Seneca Southern California

Overview

With over 35 years of experience in Southern California, Seneca has a legacy of providing effective foster and adoption, mental health, and education services to youth and families in need. Our commitment to Unconditional Care creates brighter futures for thousands of youth in Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties each year.

At Seneca we resolve to never give up on children and families, especially during their most difficult times. Nowhere is this commitment better evidenced than by Seneca’s 100% permanency rate among children placed in adoptive homes in Southern California, especially when compared to the national average of 75%. We attribute this success to the determination and resilience of the children and families we serve, the strength of our partnerships and services, and the commitment of our staff and supporters. Together, we can make a difference.

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Southern California Programs

Seneca provides a wide variety of family, mental health, and education services throughout Southern California, all delivered with the firm belief that every child is capable of success, happiness, and belonging. To view the services we provide by county in Southern California, please visit our services map.

GAIT

Seneca’s Guided Animal Intervention Therapy (GAIT) program helps children heal and grow through the power of equine therapy. Our Anaheim Hills facility offers lessons, activities, and sensory trail riding to support social-emotional, physical, and behavioral health. To learn more, enroll your child, or volunteer with GAIT, please contact 714-944-1966 or GAIT@senecacenter.org.

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Contact

1801 Park Court Place
Suite H
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Phone: 714-957-1004
Email: info@senecacenter.org

Families that were separated at the border have endured unfathomable trauma, the ramifications of which may be lifelong. In this moment, more than ever, we need your support. Seneca's Todo Por Mi Familia initiative connects thousands of families impacted by the Zero Tolerance Policy with free mental health services. Donate today to provide emergency relief to these families who need assistance to get back on their feet.

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