Military Family Support Services

CCS Provides supportive services, counseling and classes for active duty, reservist, National Guard or retired military and their families who have served and/or experienced trauma, especially on or after September 11, 2001. Our commitment is to create healthier communities by serving those in need – regardless of faith, race, gender, or economic status.

Treatment that Works

EMDR— Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing, an effective therapy used to heal stressful symptoms caused by trauma.

Equine Assisted Therapy—A proven therapy technique using horses to help rebuild trust. Horses are a prey animal, and like those who’ve served in combat, have a heightened sense of survival. Together Soldier and Horse work together create a safe emotional environment to share.

TRM—Trauma Resiliency Model teaches skills that identify the biological responses to trauma along with ways to restore balance to mind and body. The TRM’s motto is, “It does not have to be an ordeal to heal.”

Support for…

Military Couple posing together
Military Family
individual soldier
Military mom with child


  • Free counseling services
  • No insurance approvals required
  • Referrals to other community resources


  • Classes on how to support your family
  • How to build and be part of a strong support system for your family
  • Stress management for parents and children


  • Specialized treatment for PTSD
  • Stress and Anger Management
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling


  • Relationship building skills for parents and children
  • Tools for coping with a parent’s or parents’ deployment
  • Tools to manage behavioral concerns
  • Assessments and referrals

Bilingual services are available

Services are provided in collaboration with the County of San Bernardino, Department of Behavioral Health and funded by the Mental Health Services Act of California.

Counselors working with Military Families:

Britany Alva

Britany Alva

Dorian Burton

Dorian Burton

Emelly Rosspencer

Emelly Rosspencer

Cody Lange

Cody Lange