Mission: Cfgc's mission is to empower children and families to achieve health and well-being through innovative mental health services and community programs, upholding the values of integrity, quality, commitment, innovation and resiliency. See schedule o.
Programs: The contract program with the los angeles county department of mental health covers the community services outpatient program to assist children and adolescents with serious emotional and/or behavioral disabilities, and their families, in gaining the social and functional skills necessary for appropriate developmental and social integration, as well as the amelioration of emotional distress and disability through a wide array of services. Cfgc's community services advances client care through the provision of services that are strength-based, family oriented, accessible, culturally relevant, flexible and individualized. See schedule o for additional information. Total program expenses were $25,858,741.
cfgc's school program, known as the northpoint school, is a non-public school designed for students ages six to eighteen with emotional and/or behavior difficulties whose needs can not be met in regular school setting. Northpoint combines academic instruction with a broad spectrum of specialized services. The educational staff utilize an interdisciplinary team approach to develop comprehensive, individualized programs for each student. See schedule o for additional information. Total expenses were $1,658,356.
firfha - first 5 - la hfa located in the antelope valley the program helps children from prenatal to age five to be physically and mentally healthy. Total expenses were $615,645.