P 916.482.2370 | 3555 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95821
As a result of our services, children and youth are more apt to live in a permanent family and become successful members of our community.
Comprehensive, individualized care for youth with high-level needs.
Children and teens struggling with mental, emotional or behavioral issues may require individualized, intensive therapy with expert clinicians and residential staff in order to transition back to – and be successful in – a family environment. Our program provides around-the-clock care and supervision to youth ages 6-21 experiencing various and difficult challenges.
Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento’s Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) provide hospital diversion and post-hospitalization treatment in a day treatment setting. Services are provided in a safe, home-like, confidential environment. CRH’s experienced treatment team provides intensive and effective treatment. Our team provides an initial assessment, safety planning, individual and group therapy, structure, psychoeducation, symptom reduction, coping skills development, socialization, transitional support and family education and supportive services.
Sprouts is a Trauma-Informed Care Preschool designed to address the cognitive, behavioral, and social-emotional needs of children aged 2-5 with a history of trauma. At Sprouts, we understand that children who have experienced trauma face a unique set of behavioral and emotional challenges. Sprouts provides a variety of therapeutic interventions in a warm and nurturing classroom setting so that children may heal from trauma and experience a happier and healthier childhood!
Suicide prevention outreach program for transitional aged youth
Suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth 15 to 24 years old. Supporting Community Connections, or SCC, is a suicide prevention outreach program for transitional aged youth (TAY) in the foster, homeless, and LGBTQ communities. The program seeks to prevent suicide by offering connections and links to housing opportunities, mental health services, women’s health providers, LGBTQ resources, and other social services to transition aged youth.