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Yolo Family Service Agency moves to downtown Davis

By From page A8 | June 13, 2013

Yolo Family Service Agency, which has offered counseling and mental health services to the local community for the past 54 years, has moved to a new office, at 719 Second St., Suite 18, in downtown Davis.

Trish Stanionis, executive director of the nonprofit agency, says, “Downtown Davis is a great location for our clients to access services. Our goal is to help folks achieve and maintain mental well-being, which is so essential in meeting life’s challenges.”

The agency’s mission is “healthier communities through accessible counseling.” Its experienced, licensed therapists help children deal with bullying and develop age-appropriate social skills, help students learn stress reduction techniques and anger management, help parents gain supportive parenting skills and help families deal with discord, abuse, loss and divorce.

More than 1,200 clients a year access Yolo Family Service Agency services in Davis, Woodland and West Sacramento, Stanionis said. The agency accepts most insurance, including Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Blue Shield, Health Net, United Behavior Health, TriCare and Magellan.

Appointments at the new Davis office may be scheduled by calling 530-753-8674. The agency also offers services in Woodland and West Sacramento, including parenting classes with “The Incredible Years” and screening for preschool children.

For more information, visit www.YoloFamily.org or call 530-662-2211.

Enterprise staff

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