Services :: Full Service Partnership

Funded by a Mental Health Services Act (Proposition 63) grant, our Full Service Partnership offers specialized services for children with serious mental illnesses who are at risk of out of home placement such as foster care, psychiatric hospitalization or juvenile detention facilities. Staff members operate from a “whatever it takes” model by working with clients in a community setting, such as the home, school or courts to help the children reduce symptoms of depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiance disorder, past trauma and improve their quality of life. Staff also helps clients manage their anger, increase their coping skills, reduce family conflict, and increase self-esteem.