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The Mission of Crittenton Services for Children and Families is to help heal the wounds of abuse and neglect; to strengthen famiies, whether birth, foster or adoptive; and to help troubled adolescents reach their full potential.
Serving abused and troubled boys and girls from birth through 18 years of age in residential treatment and girls from 18 through 21 in transitional settings, Crittenton serves more than 500 children and the members of their families each year. Areas of treatment include counseling and mental health services for individuals, familes and children, chemical dependency counseling and support services, foster family care, independent living for youth, residential treatment, employment and vocational services, and child day care center and early childhood education services. All children are placed by the courts, and come from the Southern California area. Crittenton services is accredited nationally by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children.