California Institute of Health & Social Services, Inc.Phone: (310) 645-5227
Program Locations

Children's Way Foster Family Agency
Children's Support DD Program
Children's Way Adoptions

8929 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 201
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone:(310) 645-5227
FAX:(310) 645-9840
E-mail: childrensway@cihssinc.org

1802 Commerce Center West, Suite B
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone:(909) 890-4008
FAX:(909) 890-4018
E-mail: childrensway@cihssinc.org

315 West Pondera Street
Lancaster, CA 93535

Phone:(661) 945-9232
FAX:(661) 945-9953
E-mail: childrensway@cihssinc.org

Family Way Adult Family Home Agency
3756 Santa Rosalia Drive, Suite 628
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Phone:(323) 293-8771
Fax:(323) 645-0833
E-mail: familyway@cihssinc.org

555 W. Redondo Beach Blvd., Suite 204
Gardena, CA 90248
Phone:(310) 527-5561
Fax:(310) 527-7168
 

3756 Santa Rosalia Drive, Suite 628
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Phone:(323) 293-8771
Fax:(323) 293-8780
E-mail: familyway@cihssinc.org

Parent and Family Enrichment Services 
3756 Santa Rosalia Drive 
Los Angeles, CA 90008 
Phone: (310) 293-8771 
Fax (310) 293-8780

Licensed in 1996, Children's Way Foster Family Agency was developed to address the problem of the large number of African American and Hispanic children who were at risk of being removed from their homes. The goal of Children's Way is to ensure that children get quality services which includes placement, culturally relevant assessments, treatment that promotes psychological stability and security, and post-placement services to the many waiting children in the Los Angeles, Antelope Valley and San Bernardino communities. Foster Parents are recruited, receive training, monitoring and support to while they provide safe and nurturing homes to foster children who are at risk, have been physically abused, sexually abused, emotionally maltreated, neglected, and abandoned.

 

WHY DOES CHILDREN'S WAY NEED FOSTER PARENTS?

Children's Way needs foster parents to promote children’s safety, permanency and well being. Children’s Way is looking for parents that desire and have the capacity to parent a child that is not born to them. Resource Parents should have flexibility and adaptability, willingness to seek help, openness to self-exploration and change, have commitment and be able to provide stability.

 

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MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE:

Provides access to targeted services for children identified as having mental health problems and emotional disturbances. Prevents placement disruptions and increases stability of the child in the home, school, and community.

Provides support to children and their families through Parenting Training, Anger Management, and DomesticViolence Education services. The Parent and Family Enrichment Services division sponsors Project Fatherhood group education sessions, HIV/AIDS 101 training sessions and youth mentoring services. In addition, CIHSS provides children from entering the child welfare system.

Gardena Los Angeles Lancaster Lancaster Los Angeles
(310) 352-6422 (310) 293-8871 (661) 940-9094 (661) 945-9232 (310) 645-5227
 

Parent and Family Enrichment Services

The Parent Enrichment Division works is a CIHSS, Inc. program that provides valuable support to Children's Way such as Parenting and Mentoring. Inspired by a national movement to match committed mentors with foster boys and girls, program services are designed to help enhance children's learning skills, help build their positive self concept/self esteem and self control, and to help them to experience pride and hope.

Los Angeles
3756 Santa Rosalia Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90008
(310) 293-8771
 

 

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