Virtual treatment available: DMA outpatient programs can also be accessed via online telehealth services.
Our Chino Hills location is an all-female facility serving young women ages 18-26 with mental health issues. Accommodations include 5 bedrooms and 5-3/4 baths. Our program focuses on fostering the development of skills necessary for independent living. In this intimate treatment setting, our clinical team utilizes individualized interventions and experiential therapies so that residents can work toward recovery and pursue their ambitions and life goals.
We are conveniently located off of Carbon Canyon, close to the 60 and 71 freeways in the southwest corner of San Bernardino County. The scenic community of Chino Hills is bordered by Los Angeles County to the northwest and Orange County to the south. Our facility is just minutes from beautiful hiking trails, nature preserves, and Chino Hills State Park.
Insurances we accept include but are not limited to Beacon, Anthem Blue Cross, Health Net, Kaiser, and Humana. For free insurance verification, please visit our insurance page.
CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
2062 Hunter Road
Chino Hills, CA 91709
CONDITIONS WE TREAT
Reactive Attachment Disorder
MEET THE TEAM
Heather Marshall, LPCC
Heather is a licensed professional clinical counselor with over eight years of residential treatment experience. She has had the unique opportunity to work in both residential and outpatient programs throughout her career and has extensive experience in leadership, program development, milieu management, utilization review and case conceptualization. Heather earned her master’s in clinical mental health counseling at the University of Redlands and received her bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in sociology from California State University, Dominguez Hills. Heather began her career with Discovery as a mental health technician at the adolescent dual-diagnosis facility and has since been afforded the opportunity to expand her role in many different clinical facets. Most recently, she expanded her leadership role into a regional director position in which she oversees the Adolescent Mental Health Program in Downey, California and two outpatient facilities in the Inland Empire. Heather is passionate about creating a warm and inviting, family-centered program that will greatly improve the quality of life for the patient and family. She utilizes a humanistic cognitive behavioral therapeutic approach with her patients and operates from a patient-centered perspective.
Jessica Yukihiro M.A., LMFT
Jessica has been working with Discovery Mood and Anxiety Program since 2019 and is currently the assistant program director at the Chino Hills adult facility. She started as a primary therapist while working with adolescents before transitioning to the newly piloted adult program. Jessica is passionate about creating a safe, therapeutic environment for her patients. She utilizes an array of modalities, depending on the best fit for the patient and has started incorporating EMDR into treatment planning. As she guides her patients through their therapeutic journey, Jessica’s goal is to facilitate a change in perspective, challenge internal beliefs and provide support in processing adversities that negatively impact the potential for success. She also has a passion in working with families and couples, which is what first attracted her to the mental health field. Jessica earned her master’s in marriage and family therapy at Hope International University, Fullerton and her bachelor’s in psychology (with a marketing minor) at California State University, Northridge. When Jessica is not at work, you will likely find her spending time at sporting events, attending country concerts or enjoying time with her family.
Sara Hicks, LMFT
Sara has been working with Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program Chino Hills since 2016 in various roles. Currently, she is a primary therapist at the Chino Hills house. She started as a counselor II and has since been able to additionally take on the role of education liaison and counselor III. Sara is an associate marriage and family therapist. She earned her master’s in marriage and family therapy at the University of La Verne and received her bachelor’s in psychology and social behavior as well as criminology from the University of California, Irvine. Prior to joining the team, Sara had worked with children in ABA therapy. She uses a calm and compassionate approach when working with patients and their families. Sara uses her skills to provide a safe environment and facilitate opportunities for patients and families to grow and enhance their strengths. When Sara is not at work, she loves spending time with her family and pets and spending time outdoors.
Here’s What Patients Say After Completing Treatment*
- 97% feel hopeful about their future*
- 95% believe they can handle life after treatment*
- 99% know what helps them get better*
“I appreciate everything that the staff has done to help me during my time here. This is a very helpful and effective program.” – Kaylee C., former patient at DMA Chino Hills
“This program saved my life.” – Paige A., former patient at DMA Chino Hills
“I came out of this program much stronger and more stable, with tools to help me in case I ever feel unstable again. I received more than adequate care here. I was given coping tools, the staff was very attentive and the groups were very helpful.” – Beverly W., former patient at DMA Chino Hills
*Percentage includes adult and adolescent patients who admitted to the Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program in 2021 (between 1/1/21 and 12/31/21) and completed the Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS) (N = 2,278). Average length of stay is 34.2 days for those who completed treatment (did not discharge to a higher level of care, due to insurance, against treatment advice, transfer or administratively).</span
Discovery Mood & Anxiety provides free support groups for individuals, loved ones, and professionals. Find out more about how to join our free support groups.