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San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

  • San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

    16360 Roscoe Blvd.
    Van Nuys, CA 91406
    Phone: (818) 838-1352 (CalWORKs)
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Admin: (818) 901-4830


L.A. County Service Provider Area: 2

The center provides a variety of programs including mental health services, residential mental health services, welfare-to-work support services and shelter for children, age 0 to 15; transitional age youth, age 16 to 25; adults, age 26 to 59; older adults over 60; and families who live in the San Fernando Valley (SPA 2). Geographic restrictions apply for some services. 

Population Served: Children & Families, Teen/Young Adult, Single Adults, Women
Resource Categories: Housing, Services, Work
General Resources: CES Entry, Health & Mental Health, Social/Support Services, Temporary Housing
Additional Offerings: Domestic Violence Assistance, Emergency Homeless Shelter, Mental Health Services, Substance Abuse Services