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Childrens Home of Stockton offers Mental Health Treatment services in Stockton, CA

Childrens Home of Stockton is categorized as a Mental Health treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at Childrens Home of Stockton , you may contact their Stockton offices via phone at 209-466-0853 x3015.

Age Groups Accepted

Emergency Mental Health Services

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belieber 666

2018-08-12 20:46:57 via Google

My family works here keeps the bad kids from jail and really true to help them in life

Bubba Loxz

2015-12-09 22:10:44 via Google

Wonderful program!!! helped me out a lot in providing me the skills i needed regarding my education, life dreams, and the out look i have on life... thank you to my Oak family God bless you guys!

Woodrow H Owenby

2015-06-06 03:33:26 via Google

My two sisters, my brother, and myself resided here back in the early 1960's when the Home housed children up to the age of 16 that needed temporary residence due to unfortunate circumstances. At that time the Home was the old brick building you see in the middle of the campus with one second story annex. I remember coming up the stairs; the girl's dorm was to the right and the boys to the left. Straight ahead on the second floor were two semi private rooms; the one on the left Boys; the one on the right girls. For myself it was somewhat a safe haven compared to the foster home we were at before here. We were placed here after staying at Mary Graham Hall behind the San Joaquin County Hospital in French Camp. I regress: Most of the play ground was blacktop at the time so the dorm parents would frequently take us across the street to Constitution park to play Touch/Tackle football. One year we attended the Stockton Ports baseball game at their old field by Oak Park; I had the winning ticket for a "Goat & Cart" given away at half time. I then became "Goat Boy" until being placed in foster home when I turned 16. That's the subject for another day. Fond Memories of this place.

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