Our Philosophy

Richstone is committed to protecting children and preventing child abuse by building strong families. Through our programs and services, we strive to:

  • Respond to the needs of children and their families

  • Keep children safe and thriving

  • Assist parents to strengthen their knowledge, emotional control, and parenting skills

  • Provide a safe environment for children in the home and the community

  • Give children the tools to be healthy physically, socially and mentally

  • Collaborate with other entities to strengthen services for families

  • Prevent violence and abuse through early intervention

What We Do

Richstone’s comprehensive prevention, early intervention, and treatment programs are offered in both English and Spanish to address the needs of the community and prevent violence, enable healing and help end the cycle of abuse.

  • Individual and family therapy, home visits, support groups and case management for children and families

  • Early childhood education programs

  • After-school enrichment programs for at-risk youth

  • Supervised visitations

  • Fatherhood program training dads to better communicate with their kids and be strong male role models

  • Abuse prevention education programs in the community

    • Parenting classes

    • Anger management classes for adolescents and adults

    • Social skills groups for adolescents

    • Teen dating violence prevention workshops

    • Substance abuse awareness classes for parents and children

  • Expanded trauma-focused treatment, health and wellness programs for children and adults, launched using a recent $1M grant from the Everychild Foundation

 

Richstone Family Center is a California Victims Compensation Board (CAL VCB) provider.  We provide mental health services for victims of crime.  CAL VCB is a state program dedicated to providing financial reimbursement for many crime-related expenses such as mental health services to eligible victims.  A person may qualify for CAL VCB if: (1) been a victim of a crime in the state of California, (2) the crime happened within the last three years, (3) have a police report and/or other supporting documents (e.g., court, restraining order, DCFS) to substantiate claim.  For more information and/or to apply for CAL VCB, please contact Cristina Demarti at (310) 970-1921 Ext 226.

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