Full Service Partnership Program
This program consists of a full range of integrated community services and supports for youth and young adults, ages 12 to 25, including direct delivery and use of community resources. These services and supports include case management, rehabilitative services, “wrap-like” services, integration of community mental health and substance abuse treatment, crisis response, alternative to juvenile hall, home and community re-entry from juvenile hall, youth and parent mentoring, supported employment or education, transportation, housing assistance, benefit acquisition, and respite care.
The target population for each of the Full Service Partnership programs for Youth and Young Adult Services is as follows:
- Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) adolescent, age 12-15, who, as a result of a mental disorder, have substantial impairment in at least two of the following areas: self-care, school functioning, family relationships, or the ability to function in the community and who are either at risk of or have already been removed from the home; or whose mental disorder and impairments have been present for more than six months or are likely to continue for more than one year without treatment; or who display at least one of the following: psychotic features, risk of suicide, or risk of violence due to a mental disorder. These individuals may also be diagnosed with a co-occurring substance abuse disorder.
- SED or Severely Mentally Ill (SMI) Transition-Age Youth, age 16-25, who, as a result of a mental disorder, have substantial impairment in at least two of the following areas: self-care, school functioning, family relationships, or the ability to function in the community and are unserved or underserved and are experiencing either homelessness or are at risk of being homeless; aging out of the child and youth mental health system; aging out of the child welfare system; aging out of the juvenile justice system; have involvement in the criminal justice system; are at risk of involuntary hospitalization or institutionalization; or are experiencing a first episode of serious mental illness. These individuals may also be diagnosed with a co-occurring substance abuse disorder.
Full Service Partnership Program:
1295 State Street
El Centro, CA 92243
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