Behavioral Health Works (BHW), a leading bi-coastal provider for the treatment for Autism and related disorders, announces the opening of our fourth on-site care and support center at 8885 Rio Vista Suite 133San Diego, CA 92108.
For the last decade, the BHW care team has provided individualized outpatient support through in-home programs to families and their loved ones. Our on-site care centers take existing services to new heights with expanded support options for individuals with Autism in one central location.
“We are excited to open our fourth care center! This center is a destination for expert treatment and support for families across San Diego county,” said Michael Zhe, chief clinical officer at Behavioral Health Works. “The care and services offered at our centers provide families with valuable resources and skilled support. Our team of experts is honored to guide clients on their journey to success.”
Services offered at the San Diego care center include Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), social skills groups, parent training, family support and sibling groups. Programs at the San Diego care center will be led by Regional Clinical Director Pamela Tobias who has more than 15 years of experience supporting families with Autism, and helping them to achieve meaningful results. Pamela’s dedication to providing services to the autism community has proven to be an invaluable resource to our team and families.
“We are proud to be a continued expert resource for the Autism community throughout Southern California. We serve as guides for families by developing personalized child and family treatment plans, implementing data-driven programs, and supporting each child and family on their journey to success. Our goal is to achieve meaningful, long-lasting outcomes for each family,” said Zhe.
In relation to COVID-19 restrictions Zhe continues, “We have continued to deliver uninterrupted support and treatment to our families throughout the pandemic, and we are thankful to be able to continue to do so. The well-being of our employees, clients and their families is our priority. Health and safety measures continue to be taken at all of our Care Centers, including temperature checks upon arrival, daily health screenings, sanitizing between sessions, and the wearing of required face coverings.”
The Care Center is open for support Monday–Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday by appointment. This is BHW’s fourth on-site Autism Care & Support Center. Read about BHW’s Care & Support Centers in Orange County here, Inland Empire here and Los Angeles here.