Malibu Child and Family Services

Interested in our Malibu, CA Area Programs & Services for Teens, Adolescents, and Children?

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Casa Pacifica’s Camino a Casa program opens the door for Malibu clients with private insurance.  Camino a Casa offers Casa Pacifica’s clinical expertise and experience in treating children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral issues to the community. Working with your insurance company, we gather extensive coverage information so that we can walk you through every step of the process. For more info, click and view our Admissions page to get a feel for our process.

At-Risk teens face numerous issues including subtsance abuse, alcohol abuse, and depression.

Malibu Area Camino a Casa offers Short-Term Residential Treatment Programs for at-risk teens.

Close Up Of Peaceful Teenage Boy Meditating Sitting In Chair At Home

Choose from: Residential Treatment Programs (RTC), Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), and Intensive In-Home Behavioral Health Services (IIHBHS).

We Serve Malibu Area At-Risk Kids and Their Families

If you’re in the Malibu area and interested in learning more about Camino a Casa’s programs can help your at-risk adolescent or teen? Choose one of the following and learn more about how we can help:

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Other Malibu Area Adolescent Mental Health Programs & Resources

As a provider of adolescent and youth services, we work with local Malibu mental health agencies and services. If your teen or a family member is having difficulty and needs immediate assistance call 911. If this is not an emergency, here are some local services that can assist you:

You make the decision, we’ll take care of the rest.  805-366-4000