Seneca Family of Agencies
Seneca established itself as an innovative leader in the provision of unconditional care through a comprehensive continuum of school, community-based and family-focused treatment services for children and families experiencing high levels of trauma who are at risk for family disruption or institutional care for the children.
Seneca believes that children and youth do not themselves fail, but are failed by the system, a system unable to address their complex and specialized needs. Seneca has dedicated itself to providing a comprehensive range of community-based and family-focused services for children and families. This commitment to unconditional care means doing whatever it takes to help children and families thrive, even when faced with tremendous challenges.
Seneca’s vision for service is an integrated community-engaged approach with high standards of practice. These life-changing programs are reflective of the needs of the communities for which we serve.
Title IVE Training Collaborative
Title IVE Training Collaborative is a partnership between West Valley College, EMQ Families First, and the Santa Clara Department of Social Services. Our mission is to provide high-quality responsive training to those who serve and care for vulnerable children and families in Santa Clara County, intentionally increasing the quality of care for children.
Behavioral Health Care Services strives to reach out to our communities and make services available to each and every Alameda County resident in need. We offer links to many of those services here on this site. We are here to help!
Community Options for Families and Youth
At the heart of our work is Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS), which provides intensive intervention designed to keep children and youth with their own families and communities, rather than in residential homes or institutions.
To this end, we provide personalized and empathetic home-based community mental health services that engage clients in their homes, schools, and the communities. By sending our staff to the places where our clients live and learn, they can gain a true understanding of the problems so they can start to help with the solutions.
While we strive to keep children and youth with their communities, this isn’t always possible. When a placement is needed, we provide structure and support to caregivers and mental health workers along the way.
We use a variety of techniques to foster resiliency and skill building in our clients and help them reconnect and rebuild healthy relationships with their families and communities.
LCA is a leading global provider of community-based services and electronic monitoring programs. All of LCA’s services are built on evidence-based and best practices designed to break the cycle of recidivism. We offer a holistic approach with programs addressing cognitive and behavioral issues, and alcohol and substance abuse.
LCA’s services provide secure alternatives to jail for individuals in Criminal and Family courts, parolees and probationers. Since 1991, LCA has worked with judicial and behavioral health systems worldwide to deliver proven, evidence-based solutions, which include:
- Residential and Day Reporting Programs
- Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (CAM)
- GPS Tracking
- Curfew Monitoring and Home Detention
- Court Accountability Programs
- Substance Abuse Testing
- Pre-Trial Assessments
- Family Court Alternatives
- Comprehensive, Individualized Case Management
- Out of County and Medically Impaired Monitoring Options
- Transitional Support
Other past clients
Alameda County Superior Court Parolee Reentry Court Program, Solano County Department of Child Welfare, Walden House, San Francisco Department of Public Health Community Behavioral Health Services and The San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team
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