The children and families we treat are often facing complex challenges that require more than one type of treatment. By providing such a wide array of services on one campus, our clients are able to find the help they need, all in one location.

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The garden provides an educational and therapeutic environment
The view of our sculpture garden outside Adoptions and Foster Care and our Reiss-Davis Child Study Center
Seminars ranging from adoptions to mental health are hosted in our Konheim Conference Center
Jam Session in the Herb Alpert Music center

Vista Village
Nurturing, Equitable Beginnings

Our Hollywood-based organization provides holistic, customized and supportive care to pregnant women and families with children 0-4 from Santa Monica to Eagle Rock. With the support of our parent agency Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services and our partnership with Early Head Start, we serve the community with three comprehensive, relationship based, family led programs: Early Head Start Childcare Partnership, Early Head Start Home-Based and Childcare.

Family Service
of Santa Monica

Family Service of Santa Monica was established in 1925 and provides a range of services to more than 1,200 children, adolescents, and families a year. Services include counseling and psychotherapy, a teen parenting program, school-based counseling services, A Reflective Parenting Program, Evidence Based and Early Intervention programs, group workshops, and training programs for graduate students.

The Glorya Kaufman
Performing Arts Center

The Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center (GKPAC) is a distinctive center fostering innovative multi-disciplinary events to share with a diverse audience and the students of Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services (Vista). The 299-seat theater is a community resource for: dance, music, teaching, theatrical productions, and film screenings. GKPAC is committed to showcase powerful and unique programming, curated with a focus on movement and social impact.

In addition, the Center is the proud home of the Therapeutic Arts Program and corresponding on-site rehearsal spaces, worthy of professional-level movement education.