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|Full Service Partnerships|
Driven by a "whatever it takes" philosophy, FSPs serve individuals who live with severe mental health conditions. This is defined as seriously emotionally disturbed (SED) children and youth, or persistently seriously mentally ill (SMI) adults. Individuals served by FSPs are also currently at risk or have recently been at risk of hospitalization, out-of-home placement, homelessness, involvement with the juvenile and/or criminal justice system, incarceration, or are part of an unserved or underserved population.
FSPs utilize a multi-disciplinary approach and collaborate with a wide variety of community agencies and organizations to provide intensive mental health and case management for children, youth, and adults who are eligible. There are several FSPs in operation throughout the County to serve different age groups and special populations.