Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services



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.

Vista Del Mar HomeSAFE Early Head Start

HomeSAFE Early Head Start Annual Report 2020

EARLY HEAD START HOME BASED: 240 Children Served • 18 Pregnant Clients Served • 192 Families Served | EARLY HEAD START CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIP: 164 Children Served • 140 Families Served

Together, We Can Make a Difference

Annual Report 2017-18

From its inception, Vista has endeavored to assure the Safety, Permanency and Well-Being of the children and families in our community. Our goal is to strengthen families, prevent abuse and neglect, protect and support children who have experienced trauma, and ensure that every child and youth have a permanent family or family connection. To achieve this, we offer an array of services including early intervention, therapy services to the broader community, education, Wraparound Services, and Residential Care. We strive to effectively change not only people’s lives, but more broadly the systems and policies that define our work.


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.