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At TCCSC, our primary objective is to facilitate healing, growth, and development of emotionally disturbed children and their families. We believe all individuals can accomplish great things regardless of the type or severity of disability. However, the road to recovery requires we work with each child’s family, school and significant others to promote his or her emotional, social, educational development while they are under our care and treatment.

 

We have been proud to serve the SPA 6, SPA 7 and SPA 8 community, providing the same exact type of “out of the box” and “untraditional” mental health services to the children, adolescents and families in South Central Los Angeles.

 

SPA 6

 

The South Area Health Office, Service Planning Area 6, also called SPA 6, is one of eight Area Health Offices created with the purpose of planning public health and clinical services according to the health needs of local communities. The SPA 6 boundaries are irregular and proceed accordingly:

 

  • Along the border of the neighboring cities of Inglewood and Culver City, extending South and East along portions of La Cienega Blvd, Fairfax Ave, Van Ness Ave, Vermont Ave, and Figueroa Street to the West

  • Along the southeastern tip of downtown and the city boundaries of Vernon, Huntington Park, South Gate, Downey, and Bellflower forming the Eastern Border

  • Along the Los Angeles city communities such as Mid-City, Country Club Park, Pico

  • Union, and Koreatown to the North

  • With the city boundaries of Carson and Long Beach, and the unincorporated areas of Rancho Dominguez to the South

It encompasses the four Health Districts of Compton, South, Southeast, and Southwest. SPA 6 includes the cities of Compton, Lynwood, and Paramount, and the Los Angeles County areas of Crenshaw, Jefferson Park, Watts, and Willowbrook. Though small, 71.3 square miles, it is a densely populated area with an estimated population of 1 million.

  • Bellflower Health District: Artesia, Bellflower, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Norwalk and Signal Hill 

  • East Los Angeles Health District: City of Commerce, East Los Angeles and Montebello 

  • San Antonio Health District: Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Downey, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate and Vernon 

  • Whittier Health District: La Habra Heights, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, La Mirada and Whittier 

  • The 5 Unincorporated Areas: City Terrace (part of East Los Angeles), Whittier (South, West, Northeast, Northwest), Walnut Park (part of San Antonio), La Habra Heights and Los Nietos (part of Santa Fe Springs) 

SPA 7

 

The South Area Health Office, Service Planning Area 6, also called SPA 6, is one of eight Area Health Offices created with the purpose of planning public health and clinical services according to the health needs of local communities. The SPA 6 boundaries are irregular and proceed accordingly:

  • North: Lawndale, Gardena, Lennox, Hawthorne, and Inglewood

 

  •  West: Catalina, El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Torrance and Harbor Gateway

 

  •  Central: San Pedro, Wilmington, Lomita, Harbor City, and Carson

 

  •  East (LB): Long Beach 

SPA 8

 

South Bay includes the Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors, beach cities along the Pacific coastline, and the corridor that links the City of Los Angeles to all major ports of entry for international trade:

 

 

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