Services :: Full Service Partnership (FSP)
Funded by a Mental Health Services Act (Proposition 63) grant, our Full Service Partnership offers specialized intensive treatment services for children/youth ages 0-15 who are at risk of losing school or home placements, resulting in foster care, psychiatric hospitalization, or juvenile detention. Staff helps overcome barriers to treatment by working with client families in the home, schools, or community settings. Many of these children suffer from various mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and behavior problems associated with abuse/neglect, exposure to domestic violence, substance abuse, frequent placement changes, complex trauma, loss, and family conflict.
This intensive treatment program, which utilizes a treatment team approach, helps children and families by reducing mental health symptoms, improving behavior, developing and increasing coping skills, and stabilizing their living situation to restore family functioning.
Services are offered at our Compton Clinic.