UPAC’s Children & Adolescent Mental Health programs are provided to youth, ages 5-20, who are experiencing challenges in their school, home or community. These challenges and stressors can impact the mental health of both the youth and their family members.  We’re committed to helping families identify their strengths and overcome personal and community challenges.

Our highly trained staff provide trauma-informed services in a variety of languages. We offer mental health assessments, behavioral, talk, play and art therapy, medication evaluation and management, individual, family and group therapy and case management services. We work with families, schools and other relevant support givers to make sure each client is assisted from all angles.

*COVID-19 Update: Our Children & Adolescent Programs are seeing clients face to face, following public health protocols, in our office clinic. We are also conducting low-risk community based services. 

Children’s Mental Health (CMH)

Mental health counseling for youth and their caregivers to promote positive emotional and behavioral health.

Multicultural Community Counseling (MCC)

Culturally sensitive mental health counseling for Asian Pacific Islander and Latinx youth.

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