Programs: The help group child and family center (thgcfc) provides a comprehensive range of services to children, adolescents, young adults and families including mental health services, child abuse and intervention programs, autism programs, speech & language therapy, occupational therapy, adaptive physical education, parent education, vocational training, residential programs, and graduate/post-graduate professional training. Thgcfcs mental health programs provide individual and group therapy, psychiatric services, targeted case management, behavioral support services, and therapeutic pre-school and after-school programs. It also offers intensive family-based services, such as wraparound and fsp, as well as child abuse prevention & intervention programs like family preservation and partnerships for families that include parent training and support. Thgcfc offers after-school enrichment, recreational and summer camp opportunities for children with autism spectrum disorders through kids like me. In addition, it offers vocational training to transition-aged young adults with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities at its silverlining resale boutique, a retail clothing store, which serves as a training center for clients. Thgcfc offers young adults life skills coaching, social recreation, and supported residential living opportunities on a college campus through advance la/ala live. Through the help groupucla neuropsychology program, it provides neuropsychological services to children, adolescents and adults. It also expands clinical research in the education and treatment of those with autism spectrum disorder through the help group and the ucla semel institute for neuroscience and human behavior during 2016/2017, clients served by programs of thgcfc totaled over 5,458. Comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services are provided to individuals with serious emotional disturbance, mental retardation, autism, language and learning disabilities and those suffering the effects of abuse, abandonment and neglect. These programs promote improved functioning in home, at school and in the community. The mental health programs also serve to avert hospitalization or institutionalization.
I work for The Help Group as an Online Outreach Consultant, so really shouldn't review. I can rate them 5 stars, though, since I sought them out as a client specifically because of the quality of work!
Here are some links so you can see for yourself and draw your own opinion:
Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/oLqAT9
Twitter account (@TheHelpGroup): http://bit.ly/py8SeP
Upcoming Summit on Autism, ADHD and LD: http://bit.ly/qeWJ6J