Children’s Full Service PartnershipProgram summary:
The Children’s Full Service Partnership (FSP) program is a unique intensive in-home mental health service program for children ages 0 – 15 and their families. Child FSP providers are dedicated to working with children and their families to assist them plan and accomplish goals that are important to the health, well-being, safety and stability of the family. Services may include but are not limited to individual and family counseling, 24/7 assessment and crisis services, and substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and assistance. Services are provided in the language of the families’ choice.Program Enrollment Eligibility:
A child aged 0-15 with a Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) who: Has been or is at risk of being removed from the home by child protective services, Has a parent/caregiver with a mental illness and/or substance abuse problem (applies to children age 0-5 only), Has extreme behavior problems at school, Has been in out-of-home placement and is moving back into a home/community setting, Has been involved with Probation, is on psychotropic medications and transitioning back to a less structured home/community settingProgram Services:
Children and their families will find the following are potential examples of mental health support and services clients may receive if participating in FSP:
- Counseling for your child and family members Peer and parent support from people who have had experiences similar to yours.
- Assistance in obtaining transportation relating to the mental health treatment goal.
- Help with access to physical health care for your child and family members.
- Assistance in finding a safe and affordable place to live, or assistance remaining in a present home.
- Assistance getting the financial and health benefits your child and family is eligible for.
- Substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and assistance.
- A team dedicated to working with your child and family as you plan and accomplish goals that are important to your health, well-being, safety and stability
- 24/7 Assessment & Crisis Services
Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Full Service PartnershipProgram summary:
The Transitional Age Youth – Full Service Partnership (FSP) program is a unique intensive in-home mental health service program for persons ages 16 – 25 and their families. Each client enrolled in a TAY FSP program will participate in the creation of a plan focused on individualized goals with the assistance of therapists and case managers. TAY FSP providers may deliver services in your residence as well as in your community to contribute to your health, well-being, safety, and the stability of you and your family. Services provided by the TAY FSP program vary from person to person. Clients enrolled in TAY FSP will receive mental health services that are individually tailored and consistent with your individual needs and goals. Services may include but are not limited to individual and family counseling, 24/7 assessment and crisis services, and substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and assistance. Services are provided in the language of the families’ choice.Program Enrollment Eligibility:
Persons ages 16-25 who are currently unserved and under-served by the mental health system, including the following: TAY struggling with substance abuse disorders, TAY who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, TAY aging out of the children’s mental health, child welfare or juvenile justice system, TAY leaving long-term institutional care, TAY experiencing their first episode of major mental illness FSP is an enrollment-based program and clients must be referred to the program.Program Services:
Youth and young adults will find the following are potential examples of mental health services and supports clients may receive if participating in FSPs:
- Counseling and psychotherapy
- Assistance in obtaining transportation relating to the mental health treatment goal
- Help obtaining needed medication
- Help receiving physical health care
- Assistance in finding a safe and affordable place to live or assistance remaining in a present home
- Help with educational opportunities
- Help securing financial and health benefits to which you are eligible for
- Treatment for addictions, such as alcoholism, drugs and other substances
- Help finding employment, vocational training and/or volunteer opportunities
- Dedicated professionals committed to your success in accomplishing goals that are important to your health, well-being, safety and stability
- Support available 24/7
Children’s Day Treatment Intensive/Day RehabilitationProgram summary:
An intensive site-based, structured mental health treatment program that operates daily for children who present with moderate to severe behavioral problems that impact their home, school, and community functioning. The program is facilitated Monday through Friday for 4.5 hours each day during afterschool hours. It consists of psychotherapy as well as social skills and training services. It includes a multidisciplinary team under the clinical supervision of a mental health professional and seeks to stabilize the child’s mental health status by developing the child’s independent living and socialization skills through trainings focused on enabling the child to thrive in the community.Program Enrollment Eligibility:
This program is for children ages 5-11 years of age with severe to moderate emotional disturbance and requires the intensity level of day treatment as identified through the intake assessment. Recipients admitted to children’s day treatment must be in need of and have the capacity to understand and benefit from the rehabilitative nature, structured setting and therapeutic components of the program’s psychotherapy and skills activities. Recipients who do not have, or cease to have, the cognitive capacity to benefit from day treatment services, may better benefit from another offered program.Program Services:
Participation in the Day Treatment Program offers various benefits relative to an intensive 4.5 hours per day of interdisciplinary treatment services including:
- Daily process groups
- Psychotherapy provided by a mental health professional