Valley Star Behavioral Health
Valley Star Behavioral Health in San Bernardino
Valley Star Behavioral Health is a community-based mental health program in San Bernardino County dedicated to providing support services for children, adolescents, adults, and families and to help those living with mental illness. Valley Star uses individualized and highly flexible approaches that span school, family, residential, and community environments.
Valley Star services are family-centered and needs-driven. Staff members collaborate with school personnel, county staff, parents, and guardians, and other community agencies to achieve goals established by the student, family, and treatment professionals.
School Aged Treatment Services (SATS)
This program works with children, adolescents, and young adults 5-21 years old. School aged treatment services focuses on the person’s strengths to achieve their goals. Clinicians partner with the individual, their family, and other important people in their life and address issues ranging from outbursts of anger and persistent nightmares in younger children to substance abuse and coping problems in adolescents.
Promotores de Salud (Promoters Program to the Hispanic Community)
The Promotores de Salud program is a model for community outreach whose goal is to provide information and educational services regarding mental health, mental illnesses, and mental health services to the Hispanic/Latino community in San Bernardino County. We identify and train community members to outreach to those in the local Hispanic community to help identify resources, provide basic information about mental health topics, and to break cultural and linguistic barriers.
The Promoting Resilience in African-American Children (PRAAC) services program provides services to African-American children ages 5-11 and their families in San Bernardino Unified School District and communities. More…
The Independent Living Program (ILP)
ILP provides education, training, employment, financial support, and services that help current and former foster care and probation youth achieve independence and self-sufficiency.
School-based Services (including school consultation and intervention) are a primary focus. School services are coordinated with district and local school personnel. Case management and mental health services funded through Short Doyle/MediCal Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) program and Mental Health Services Act – Prevention and Early Intervention (MHSA-PEI). Provides school-based mental health counseling for children (5-18).
Full Service Partnership (FSP) that provides TAY (ages 16-25) with individual and group counseling, case management, medication management, crisis intervention, and job counseling, and a wide range of other services and supports. Services are an intensive, community-based and family-centered approach. Nontraditional approaches provide “whatever it takes” to help youth and their family to succeed.
One Stop TAY Center
One Stop TAY Center is a program for Transition Age Youth (TAY) ages 16-25 in Yucca Valley in the East Desert region. Modeled after a drop-in center, it is a place where young people can receive support services to aid in their own recovery and to develop independent living skills. More…
The Family Resource Center (FRC)
Valley Star’s FRC staff collaborates with outside agency partners to reduce the amount of unmet needs of individuals and families within the local community. Services include parent support groups, young adult career assistance, a kid’s club with homework help, brief counseling, and wellness activities for seniors, adults, and Veterans. More…
Valley Star Crisis Walk-in Centers
With two locations, one in downtown Victorville and another in Yucca Valley in the Morongo Basin, the centers provide urgent mental health services 24/7 to those of all ages in acute psychiatric stress who need immediate access to crisis mental health services.
More on Morongo CWIC…
More on Victorville CWIC…
The STAY™ Crisis Residential Treatment Center
The STAY Crisis Residential Treatment Center (CRT) is a short-term 14-bed center for Transitional Age Youth (TAY) in crisis located in the County of San Bernardino. It helps young people safely and successfully transition back to community living after a period of psychiatric crisis and recovery. More…
Casa Paseo Crisis Residential Treatment Center
A short-term, 16-bed center for adult residents of San Bernardino County to help them maintain psychiatric stabilization and to promote recovery. The center offers recovery-based treatment options, services and interventions in a home-like setting where residents can stay up to 90 days. More on this CRT…
SITES UNDER DEVELOPMENT:
Morongo Oasis Center, a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) center in Joshua Tree
Desert Hill, a Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT) center in Victorville
Valley Star Crisis Residential Treatment Center
780 East Gilbert Street
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 763-4760
Fax: (909) 763-4772
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