Program areas at CSC
Medical Service division:the Center has a licensed community clinic that provides quality and affordable prenatal primary health care to the limited or non-english speaking immigrants, refugees and low-income families. The clinic employs nurse practicioners, medical doctors, medical specialists, nurses, nursing assistants, and medical school aids to provide comprehensive health care in various dialects of chinese, vietnamese, spanish, japanese, korean, russian, and english. Clinic patients utilizae local hospitals such as garfield hospital, san gabriel medical Center and st. vincent medical Center. Includes health education component with outreach efforts exteending to various areas in los angeles county.
Behavioral health division:the professional and caring counselors of csc's behavioral health division are committed to providing linguistically and culturally relevant counseling services. Services provided include individual, family, couples, and anger management counseling; life skills training groups for children and youth; crisis intervention; parent education; domestic violence/batterer's intervention treatment; case management; and behavioral health education workshops. Mental health services also expand to community and school outreach outside of traditional direct mental health services.
Dental Service division:the Center also provides affordable dental services to the community. The clinic provides comprenhensive oral exams and xrays, filling, extractions, crowns, bridges, dentures, root canals and other services. These services are provided by highly qualified dentists, dental assistants and dental support staff.
Other program services:the family and community services department houses csc's social and community programs which were the first services established by csc. Social and senior services in-depth, integrated, holistic, multi-sectoral case management assistance. The staff is cross-trained on all agency programs and services, community resources, and government benefits, in order to better address gaps in the county level provision of case management services. Other programs include elderly care, family caregiver support, volunteer income tax assistancce (vita) program, citizenship clinics, small business/financial management program, homework help, youth counseling, and job skills workshop.