The UCLA Division of Population Behavioral Health is excited to be affiliated and share partnerships with a number of innovative and inspiring programs at UCLA. 

UCLA Center for Child Anxiety Resilience Education and Support (CARES) 

UCLA CARES is an innovative center dedicated to supporting the development of resilient, emotionally-healthy children. The Center is focused on training, research, and community outreach to help clinicians, researchers, school staff, and parents recognize the early signs of childhood anxiety and support families in accessing resources to build family strength and resilience.

Led by members of UCLA’s world-renowned behavioral health programs, the UCLA CARES Center is developing new and improved strategies to help children, parents, clinicians, and community members better engage with one another to reduce the burden of childhood anxiety.

UCLA TIES for Families

UCLA TIES (Training, Intervention, Education, and Services) for Families is an interdisciplinary program dedicated to optimizing the growth and development of foster/adoptive children from birth to age 21, and their families.

The UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families

The UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families is a UCLA campus-wide initiative focused on the needs of children and youth who are disconnected from traditional pathways to success, with a particular focus on foster youth.