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Administrative Offices

1200 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Tel: (213) 481-7464
Fax: (213) 481-7147

Children Services

Children's Clinic M-F 9am-5pm
(213) 482-9400

Services & Programs
(213) 481-4260

Family Counseling
(213) 482-9400

Adult Services

Adult Clinic M-F 8am-7:30pm
(213) 481-1347

Domestic Violence Program
(213) 481-1792

Adult Services & Programs
(213) 481-1347

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Our mission is to deliver compassionate innovative mental health services that empower individuals and families to overcome barriers and significant life challenges to achieve more fulfilling, resilient and self-sufficient lives..

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Spirit Day 2014Spirit Day at Amanecer

Today was Spirit Day at Amanecer! Employees wore their favorite college or pro gear to support their teams.

Shauna Estella and friendsShauna and Estela are certified!

Congratulations Shauna Dabiri-Far and Estela Isla on becoming certified in The Incredible Years Child Training Program—Dina Dinosaur Curriculum.

trainAmanecer featured in 89.3 KPCC interview

KPCC reporter, Leslie Berestein Rojas, interviewed John Durall and Tim Ryder last week for her report about the migrant children from Central American.

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Say It Loud: No Abuse

No one expected that Miguel could be a victim of abuse at the hands of his girlfriend. After all, the thirty-year-old was a former gang member and had done time in prison. When his friends pressed him about his black eye, bruises and broken bones, he lied. How could he tell them that his pregnant girlfriend was his abuser? When his son was born, Miguel jumped at the chance to escape. He and his infant son found a safe place to live, and Louis began his role as a single dad.

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14 facts that help explain our child-migrant crisis

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On Vox.com, Dara Lind explains in two minutes the child migrant crisis.

The flow of unaccompanied immigrant children across the US-Mexico border — mostly from Central America — is continuing to gain attention as a humanitarian crisis.

So here are 14 things you need to know...

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