FaCT Orange County (Family and Community Together) FRCs provide counseling services to individuals, children, families, and groups. This service is offered with the goal of improving family functioning, increasing social support, teaching problem solving, reducing the effects of trauma, and to strengthen coping skills. Priority is given to non-Medi-Cal, under-insured, and clients experiencing barriers to services. Clients may receive up to 20 sessions.
The Gary Center, located in La Habra,provides counseling services on a sliding scale, based upon household income.
The Kinship Center offers resources to adoptive and other families; their focus is severely traumatized children, older teenagers, children with disabilities, large sibling groups, and drug affected infants.
Psychology Today allows the user to find a therapist, psychiatrist, or treatment center by zip code; user can search by area of specialty, language, insurances accepted, etc.
** USC Telehealth offers free counseling via secured computer/internet connection to families having children with special needs.
** Western Youth Services provides mental health services to children, adolescents and families having Medi-Cal coverage at clinics throughout Orange County.
Who We Are
Regional Center of Orange County (RCOC) is one of 21 private, nonprofit organizations contracted by the State of California to coordinate lifelong services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.