Tapestry Family Services has a range of services to meet the needs of your child that are provided by Licensed Therapists and Registered Interns utilizing evidence-based and trauma informed therapeutic interventions and practices. Tapestry Family Services work with individual families to create a unique and specially designed therapeutic approach to meet the needs of you and the child, making sure that the mental health support you receive from Tapestry fits into your tapestry of life. Most services are covered if your child has MediCal and meets medical necessity for our level of treatment services. In addition, for children without MediCal or other types of insurance, Tapestry Family Services will work to identify the appropriate funding source to help your child receive the care that he/she needs. Most children qualify for one of our other grant-funded programs, which include therapy, rehabilitation services, child-advocacy, collaboration with community partners, and transportation, if needed.
Tapestry’s Comprehensive Mental Health Treatment Program is designed to provide mental health treatment and rehabilitative services for children who have a range of emotional and behavioral impairments that have not responded to less intensive community-based interventions. Typically these behaviors are significantly impairing a child’s ability to function in a variety of life domains including social relationships, home, school and community environments.
The purpose of Tapestry’s Comprehensive Mental Health Treatment Program is to find ways, using a broad range of evidence-based therapeutic interventions, to facilitate healing and growth in your child by helping them develop behavior management skills, impulse control, emotional self-awareness and tolerance, empathy, social skills and the capacity to participate in positive relationships with peers and caregivers. Trauma-informed therapeutic services work with a child who have been impacted by trauma or abuse. Over time, the successful acquisition of these skills will allow your child to form healthy relationships, make appropriate academic progress, and function more appropriately in various settings, resulting in an overall better well-being for you and your child.