Behavior health & special needs

A child’s brain is in continual development. It is constantly growing and impacted by its environment, social connections and family; which continually stimulates its development.

Note from Publisher

As a parent of a child with behavior and special needs, I know how difficult and frustrating it can be to find the right help and or direction in which to help your child. I was inspired to create this page and to find a way to ‘splint’ the system, so that we can better help our children. In dealing with whatever the problem at hand maybe you may wonder, where do I start?
  • Start with your Pediatrician (sometimes behavior issues can mask health concerns)
  • Then ask your pediatrician for referral to a therapist, if needed.
  • Check with your insurance. Often your insurance carrier may have provider recommendations.
Before choosing a therapist you might interview several to make sure you and your therapist will be a good match. The website below offers information as to what questions to ask the therapist. Once you click on it, scroll through 2 photos before the info comes up on, How to Chose A Therapist.

For Families with Special Needs Persons

Providing social, recreational, educational, and mentoring programs for individuals with a wide variety of special needs disabilities, such as Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy, etc.

Upcoming Events

De Ann’s Paass Kids Serving San Gorgonio Pass Area –

Offering organized sports such as basketball, baseball, bowling, games, activities, classes for special needs disabilities.

Currently accepting Basketball sign -ups . Will be held for 8 weeks at the Banning Community Center.

Contact Mike Dobbins for more info: 951-267-9041

See our website

Rock’n R Disabilities – Serving the High Desert

Offering organized sports such as basketball, baseball, bowling, games, activities, classes and more in both limited physical and mental activities.

Currently accepting sign-ups for basketball to be held in Hesperia

Dana 760-998-2241


A parent led group for parents with special needs children and adults. 2nd and 4th Tues. 10 a.m. Call for more information
(760) 998-2241

If you or someone you know is experiencing a psychiatric emergency call 9 1 1 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room.
National Suicide Thoughts Crisis Line 1-800-799-4889
Behavior Health Main Office
Child (Abuse) Protective Services (CPS)
Medi-Cal Mental Health Access
~ Cares Line ~ 1-800-706-7500
Referrals for appropriate services, eligibility, outpatient and community resources
Behavior Health Main Office
In Crisis but don’t need 911?
American Association of Poison Control Centers
Call (800) 222-1222 Available 24 hours everyday


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