Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services

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Publications

Vista View Summer-Fall 2021


As we come out of the pandemic, many of us of spent the last year and a half reviewing our priorities and what is important. More than once I have heard from many that say that this time has been spent learning how important family, friends, and health are to all of us. Many of us have had to adapt to a new way of existing to meet the needs of our families. At Vista this has been no different. During our long history, Vista has had to adjust and transform itself to meet the needs of the community. This time I was able to have a front row seat to that transformation as we shifted to meet the needs of those, we serve in a different way almost overnight.

Vista Del Mar HomeSAFE Early Head Start

HomeSAFE Early Head Start Annual Report 2021


EARLY HEAD START HOME BASED:
• 216 Children Served
• 24 Pregnant Clients Served
• 184 Families Served

EARLY HEAD START CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIP:
• 145 Children Served
• 127 Families Served

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At Vista we are doing it one family at a time

Annual Report 2019-2020


Vista, now 112 years old, continues to provide top-notch mental health care for more than 5,000 families each year.

SERVING FOR 111 YEARS . . . AND COUNTING

Vista View Fall-Winter 2019-2020


Vista’s 111-year history of serving the community continues to this very moment as we work with troubled teens and families struggling with a child with a mental illness. Each day we witness small miracles and, despite economic challenges to social services, they remind us why Vista is here. Vista’s history is also present in the longevity of its support from board members and friends, many of whom have been connected to Vista for decades. Few community agencies are fortunate to have such committed support, year after year, in good times and bad.

SWINGING INTO THE FUTURE

The Vista View Summer/Fall 2018


For more than a century, Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services has served the changing needs of our community by providing high-quality, therapeutic treatment programs to generations of children and their families. Today, Vista offers a comprehensive range of social and psychological services that includes residential treatment, individual and family counseling, educational and vocational services, early childhood intervention, domestic and international adoption, state-of-the-art programs for children on the autism spectrum, and transitional programming for youth 18- 22 years of age.