Because mental health needs never go away, PFCS remains open throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Our services are delivered by phone or telehealth. Call 760-741-2660, 8:30 - 5:00, M - F. Be well!


What on Earth is a “Blue Zone”?

PFCS is committed to promoting mental and physical health and well-being for all community members.  We are pleased and excited that our staff and clients will have the chance to participate in a new initiative called The Blue Zone Project, sponsored by the Fallbrook Regional Health District!




What is a Blue Zone?…

Funding Awarded from the Fallbrook Regional Health District

PFCS is pleased that we have again received funding from Fallbrook Regional Health District for our Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds Program!  This is will be the third year of the project which supports students at three elementary schools, a middle school, and the Boys and Girls Club in Fallbrook to assist students and their families in becoming healthier physically, as well as emotionally. There is a special focus on prevention of childhood obesity and in promoting healthy eating, family-centered physical exercise, cultural norms and diet, and the link between obesity and depression. The funding will provide individual, group and family counseling, classroom presentations, and parenting classes and workshops.…


Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Online Gaming…. Cyber Consultants Jon Moffat and Nestor Venegas are educating people of all ages helping them to create a positive digital presence. Here is a PDF link to the parent presentation: For further information contact: Cyber Education Consulting Jon Moffat 760-440-8232  

Love of Literacy

PFCS joined Oceanside Promise of the Love of Literacy Reading Events that were at Libby Lake Park and Joe Balderrama Park .  In efforts to celebrate the children and early literacy, Principal Dina Spent time reading with the children.  During the events there were FREE books, activities, food, and fun for families and kids, especially children ages birth…


Kids don’t need to go to expensive attractions or museums to have fun this summer. Instead, try these ideas for free summer fun! Read More:  

Congratulations, Parent Graduates, you are INCREDIBLE

On June 1, 2018 there were 15 parents from Grapevine and Maryland Elementary schools that graduated from a 12-week Parent Training using the Incredible Years model.  The Incredible Years is an evidence-based model based on play, attention, and positive reinforcement that is hugely successful with children aged 3 to 10.  These parents attended training for two hours…

Escondido East Rotary Helps Renovate a Counseling Room!

PFCS Staff were so pleased to receive a $1,000 check from Escondido East Rotary on May 12 at the annual Rotary Club BBQ and Picnic.  We plan to use the funds to help refurbish a counseling room used with families in our Escondido office.  Thank you, Escondido East Rotary Club, for your continued generous support!