Mission: The carolyn e. Wylie center for children, youth & families improves the quality of life and enhances family relationships by providing programs for children and the community with compassion and commitment.
Programs: Autism:the wylie center serves children with special needs aged birth to three years, with early intervention, occupational, physical, speech, and mental health therapy. The center also operates a non-public agency for children aged three to twelve years through contracts with local school districts. Autism services are provided in a clinic or home setting for children aged two to fifteen years using applied behavior analysis, floor time, augmented communication, occupational therapy, and other individualized services. These services are funded through the regional center, school districts, or private pay.
outreach, parenting, and treatment:outreach provides counseling in a school setting in either groups or individually. Topics covered include how to deal with bullying, drugs, suicide prevention, loss, grief, and many other issues affecting children and their families. Mental health treatment serves children, adolescents and their families. Staff, from licensed clinicians to student interns, treats all issues presented by these families. The wylie center is lgbt friendly. Substance abuse adolescent groups are available as well as prevention outreach on this issue.
home program:home program provides early intervention in the home for children that are medically fragile or cannot travel to a site-based program. This program also includes occupational, physical and speech therapy as needed. This program serves western riverside and southern san bernardino counties.