At Mariposa, we find that seed of hope and the opportunity to regain wellness within everyone. For 45 years, we have served Orange County’s women, men and families with innovative counseling programs and therapies. From individual substance abuse counseling and domestic violence counseling to group sessions with fellow survivors, Mariposa is here to support your healing journey.
Beyond Mariposa’s proprietary programs, our nonprofit partners with leading local organizations and clinical professionals in the mental health and wellness field to offer the full range of support services you need to grow and evolve.
Mariposa exists because many of us have been in your shoes, both as trauma survivors and as people in recovery ourselves. We are still thriving decades after our founding because of the steadfast commitment of community supporters — individuals and organizations alike. Together, we provide the resources needed to restore happiness, health, and joy to those who have lost hope and are eager to regain it.
Mariposa also offers wellness therapies in the workplace to keep employees engaged and invested throughout the many challenges that our business community is facing.
We believe that there’s a path to a brighter and better future for anyone who is struggling, and it’s our mission to help pave the way.
Since 1997, 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.
Dr. Krista Driver, LMFT
President & CEO
Lindsey Crook, LMFT
CalWORKs Behavioral Health Services Program Director
Megan Mallon, LCSW
Community Counseling Program Director
CalWORKs Behavioral Health Services Program Administrator
Transforming Lives for Nearly 50 Years.
Board of Directors
Diane Wittenberg, CPA
Chief Compliance Officer
Our Partners & Grant Funders
“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.
The Mariposa team is rapidly growing and continuously looking for counselors with backgrounds in substance abuse, domestic violence, and CalWORKS. Browse our open roles and join our mission to achieve balance and peace both at home and in the workplace.