Orange County’s Premier Family Mental Health, Wellness & Empowerment Nonprofit

Innovative mental health and substance abuse counseling services for women and families.

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Mariposa’s Mental Health Programs

Customized, innovative programs designed to meet your unique needs for individual, couple, or family therapy.

Counseling

Customized, innovative programs designed to meet your unique needs for individual, couple, or family therapy.

Personalized virtual counseling programs for you to access regardless of your work schedule or family duties.

Online Counseling

Personalized virtual counseling programs for you to access regardless of your work schedule or family duties.

Rooted in the healing power of community, this therapy brings together those who have shared your struggle.

Group Therapy

Rooted in the healing power of community, this therapy brings together those who have shared your struggle.

Gender-specific drug and alcohol treatment programs, from outpatient to aftercare and extended care treatment.

Substance Abuse Counseling

Gender-specific drug and alcohol treatment programs, from outpatient to aftercare and extended care treatment.

Clinician-led ”horse therapy” focused on rehabilitative goals that can support physical and mental wellness.

Equine Therapy

Clinician-led ”horse therapy” focused on rehabilitative goals that can support physical and mental wellness.

School-based counseling for students struggling with self-advocacy, building confidence and motivation.

School-Based Mental Health

School-based counseling for students struggling with self-advocacy, building confidence and motivation.

About Mariposa

Since 1977, Mariposa has served Orange County’s women, men, and families with innovative counseling programs and therapies to help achieve balance both at home and in the workplace. From personalized, individual care to group sessions with fellow survivors, Mariposa is here to support your healing journey.

Our Partners & Grant Funders

The Link Between Trauma & Addiction

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Our Impact

“My Future is Bright” – Natasha’s Story

Natasha came to Mariposa because she was experiencing low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression due to emotional, financial, and physical abuse. She reported that when she would look at herself in the mirror, she would ruminate about the things that were said to her by her perpetrator and believed those things to be true.

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45 Years. 120,000+ Lives Transformed.

See how your donations help change the lives of women and families impacted by trauma and addiction–for the better.