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South Coast Community Services

South Coast Children’s Society, Inc. and South Coast Community Services (SCCS) are committed to the healing, growth, and restoration of children, youth, adults and families by providing personal growth opportunities through programs that enable them to reach healing, hope and wholeness. As specialists in the field of behavioral health care, SCCS staff possess diverse skills equipping them to provide a continuum of services to our participants.

The SCCS Crisis Residential Program and Social Rehabilitation Program provide a temporary residential home where young adults age 18-24 with a mental health concern can regroup, stabilize, and transition back into the community.

South Coast Community Services is a registered trademark of South Coast Children’s Society, Inc. Founded in 1984, SCCS is a fully licensed and registered tax exempt, 501(c)3 non-profit California corporation.

  • Entry Type: Organization/Agency
  • Audience For Entry: Young adults between the ages of 18-24 who have a mental health diagnosis
  • Service Area: Orange County
  • Population Served: Young adults age 18-24
  • Services Offered To Youth:
    • double occupancy shelter (from 2 weeks to 4 months)
    • meals
    • stabilization
    • 24 -hour on-site supervision
    • onsite laundry
    • medication storage and dispensing
    • independent living skill groups
    • individual, group & family therapy
    • case management services
    • crisis intervention services
    • linkage and referrals to community resources
  • Services Offered To Professionals:
  • Services Offered To Families:
  • Subjects:
  • Systems Addressed: Housing, life skill training, medication support, counseling, education, workforce development
  • Resource Types Offered: Program funded by Orange County Health Care Agency Mental Health Services Act Prop. 63

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