Norton Fisher Child and Family Center

In collaboration with the City of Rancho Cucamonga and the Etiwanda Historical Society, the Norton Fisher Child and Family Center, located in a restored Victorian landmark, is the headquarters for intern training and school-based services available in both English and Spanish.

Eligibility: Services are provided to children ages 4-21 who meet the medical necessity and reside in San Bernardino County; individual, family and group services available. English and Spanish services are available.

Hours of Operations

Monday         1:00pm – 7:00pm

Tuesday        1:00pm – 7:00pm

Wednesday   1:00pm – 6:00pm

Thursday       1:00pm – 5:00pm

CIS

Children's Intensive Services

The Children's Intensive Services Program (CIS) provides short-term, intensive services for children and youth who are experiencing extreme difficulty with emotional and behavioral needs. CIS are provided in the setting where the child or youth is having the most difficulty such as home, school or community.

 

Eligibility: Services are provided to Medi-Cal eligible youth ages 2-21 who have had previous or recent psychiatric hospitalization, mental health issues that are impairing levels of functioning, or are at risk of needing higher levels of care.
 

SAP

Student Assistant Program

SAP provides prevention and early intervention services to school aged children (K-12) and their families.  We work in schools and the community to identify and minimize barriers to learning.  We identify students who are stressed, at-risk or displaying signs of high-risk substance use and/or mental health risks.

SATS

School Aged Treatment Services

SATS provides Mental Health services for children of school age who have MediCal.  Services are provided at our clinic or at select school sites.

SBC

School-Based Counseling

SBC is a collaborative program involving teachers, parents, students and the Agency counselor.  The student meets with a counselor at the school site where the Agency provides services. Parents are included in the assessment and are encouraged to be part of the ongoing counseling process.