Medically Integrated Community Health Work
What is the Medically Integrated Community Health Work Program?
In partnership with the San Diego Wellness Collaborative, Community HealthCare Navigators (CHN) provide support to children, youth and families that receive their primary medical care at four Children’s Primary Care Medical Group (CPCMG) clinics around San Diego county. CHN’s reduce barriers to physical and mental health care access and also connect families to community resources
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Cost:
Free
Location:
Services only offered at: CPCMG clinics in Escondido, Vista, Oceanside, and Euclid Ave (SouthEast San Diego)
Participants:
Children and youth up to 25 years old and their families that our referred by CPCMG
Hours:
CPCMG Clinic Hours: 8:30am-4:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 11am - 7pm
Goal:
Reduce barriers to physical and mental health care access
Services
  • Health Education
  • Health Screening and Assessment
  • Individual Support
  • Advocacy
Goal
  • 100% of referred children, youth and families will receive access to resources and guidance in navigating needed systems
  • 100% of referred children, youth and families will participate in health screening and assessment
  • 100% of referred children, youth and families will develop a service plan that address the need to access behavioral health treatment, education, and other resources
For an appointment or more information, please call (858) 684-3080
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Community Behavioral Health
Counseling Program
What is the Integrated Community Behavioral Health Counseling Program?
Integrated Community Behavioral Health Programs support individuals, families and communities in achieving self sufficiency and well being.

Harmonium’s counseling team understands that mental health issues are often complicated by challenges such as physical health, relationships, limited resources, educational needs, and daily life experiences.
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Cost:
Multiple insurances accepted, sliding fee scale
Location:
5440 Morehouse Dr. Ste 1000, San Diego, CA 92121
Telehealth services also provided
Participants:
Children, and youth ages 0-25, and their families
Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday, Thursday: 11am - 7pm
Services
The program offers a warm and safe counseling environment where individuals and families are provided culturally responsive, strength-based, and trauma-informed interventions to improve overall mental health and well-being. Individual, family, and group therapy services are provided with a variety of interventions including play and art therapy.

Treatment can address:
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Substance use
  • Personal growth
  • Relationships
  • Behavioral challenges
  • Stress and anger management
Counselors provide a family-centered approach to improving overall mental health and providing strategies on navigating life’s challenges.
For More Information
For an appointment or more information, please call (858) 684-3080
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Family Youth Partner Program (FYPP)
What is the Family Youth Partner Program?
Family Youth Partner Program provides support in navigating and accessing behavioral health and other public systems and community resources.

Family Youth Partners work with children, youth, and their families to assist in reducing conflict at home, school, and other settings. Through a family-centered approach, the FYPP team understands that mental health issues are often complicated by life challenges such as physical health, limited resources, educational needs, employment, legal issues, and daily life experiences. Funded by the HHSA and in partnership with the County of San Diego.
Quick Look
Cost:
Free
Location:
Southeastern San Diego
Participants:
Children, youth ages 5-21, and their families
Goal:
Provide culturally responsive support services to address the needs of children, youth, and their families to access behavioral health treatment, education, and other resources
Services
This unique model includes a team of highly trained Family Youth Partners, supervised by a licensed mental health clinician to provide:
  • Short term case management to coordinate care, and link to appropriate resources and services.
  • Mentoring and coaching to help families navigate through behavioral health, physical healthcare, education, child welfare, legal, and juvenile justice systems.
  • Strengthening support networks for families.
  • Advocating for parents and caregivers by attending key meetings, such as for Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and court hearings.
  • Educating the community on a variety of behavioral health topics.
Impact Goals
  • 100% of referred families will receive access to resources and guidance in navigating needed systems.
  • 100% of referred families will be contacted within 48 hours.
  • 100% of surveyed families will rate the support received as excellent or good.
  • 100% of families will be served in their preferred language.
For More Information
For more information or to participate in the Family Youth Partner Program, please contact:
FYPP Office Phone: (858) 226-1982
Fax: (858) 225-3588
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