About Us

About DMCC

We are a behavioral health program offering services to children and youth, birth to 22 years of age. We also offer a transdisciplinary team to provide a full array of services and programs comprised of a pediatrician, psychiatrist, clinical nurses, occupational therapists, and speech and language therapists. We currently provide behavioral health services in over 200 schools. Additional behavioral health services are provided in the clinic and/or in the child’s residence. We provide comprehensive assessment, individual, group and family therapy, parent education, and links to community resources. We also collaborate with a number of community organizations during the process of serving children and families. There is a long history within the organization of working closely with other service organizations such as San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, Child and Family Services, Juvenile Probation, community-based behavioral health organizations, and foster/adoption agencies.

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Member Local Education Agencies

Our services are available to member school districts and charter schools (also known as local education agencies) in our SELPAs. Learn more about member school districts by clicking on the links provided in the table below. Please note that by clicking on the links to the local education agencies below will open a new tab in your web browser.

Questions: E-mail JPA Administrative Services Assistant | 760-955-3555