Internet Services

Therapy Services Over The Internet

           Internet Therapy-For some individuals, transportation is a barrier to receiving services. Imperial Valley and the surrounding areas involve distance, and this is more of an issue for disabled persons and their families. Some individuals, spend a great deal of time on their computer. Communication and caring through the computer can be very helpful.

            Face-to-face communication is ideal, but not required for getting help with personal, relational or vocational difficulties. Weekly communication with home work assignments can help reduce stress and change behaviors. SSCC staff are also available on occasion for home visits.

Here Are Some Other Helpful Resources 

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Women of Virtue Empowerment Network

The purpose of the Women of Virtue Empowerment Network is to provide a support center for women.  These services are to be available to all women, regardless of race, religion, or income.  Our goal is to empower women to be the very best they can be.  We plan on facilitating small group sessions pertaining to all aspects of a woman’s life.  Some examples of small group sessions are parenting, anger management and conflict resolution, health & nutrition, menopause, grief, depression, and marriage.  In addition to these small group sessions, we want to create a safe and confidential environment for women to come together for private discussions and support.  We also hope to provide resources to assist women with things such as filling out legal paperwork, applying to college, creating resumes and applying for jobs, finding support for special needs children, just to name a few.  Women of Virtue Empowerment Network is totally committed to helping every woman achieve to her highest potential. 

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Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?  We understand because we’ve been there

When we feel like something has taken over our life and has left us spinning out of control. There is Help

Turning Point Men’s Home Can Help anyone that has the desire to change, we can point you in the right direction.

Turning Point Men’s Home is a 24 hour live in facility. Giving you a place to stay a roof over your head and food in your stomach .

Our services are free of charge to anyone that has the desire to change the direction of their life


Sure Helpline Crisis Center  Provides confidential, free of charge, 24 hours, 7 days a week crisis intervention, information, and referral service to all people regardless of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, or disability.

Provide emotional support to victims of sexual assault through accompaniment, short-term counseling and information and referral.

Provide community education to reduce and/or eliminate the abuse of alcohol and drugs in the Imperial County.

Provide rape prevention education to schools and community organizations to reduce the incidence of sexual assault.


Imperial Valley College Foundation

Executive Director: Todd Evangelist Call: (760) 355-6113

Email: Visit us on Campus: 380 E. Aten Road (Suite 1706), Imperial, CA  92251


The vision of  is, as part of the body of Christ, to see every young person in every people group in every nation have the opportunity to make an informed decision to become a follower of Jesus Christ and to become part of a local church. Because the needs and longings of young people are unique to their time, place, and life experience, Youth for Christ always seeks to share the Good News about Jesus in a way that is relevent to them.

YFC has ministries in every Imperial Valley city, working with over 600 students in over 21 different outreaches. As a para-church ministry, YFC seeks to serve all Imperial Valley churches reaching young people for Christ.

The young people in our different communities have needs that are somewhat unique to them. For that reason YFC’s ministries vary from location to location.

The variety of  ministries you can learn about  reflect this commitment. Explore our website to find how these ministries are effecting the lives of thousands of young people across our Valley

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