Transition Age Youth Full Service Partnership (TAY FSP)

The Transition Age Youth Full Service Partnership Program (TAY FSP) is enrollee-based and provides wraparound services to forty (40) transition age youth ages 16-25. The mission of the program is to provide an Assertive Community Treatment approach that is field and community-based, in order to provide comprehensive services to high risk young adults. Mental health stability, increased autonomy, and the development of age-appropriate skills is promoted and supported by a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary treatment team with a 1:14 staff to client ratio. Services include: Mental Health Services (e.g., individual, group, and family therapy) with an intensive focus on rehabilitation, Targeted Case Management Services, Crisis Intervention Services (including 24/7telephone and field response), Medication Support Services and Community Outreach Services.

Funding for this program is provided through the Mental Health Services Act.

Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
14535 Sherman Circle
Van Nuys, CA 91405
United States
Target Population: 

The population served includes: those who have a mental illness; are unserved; are inappropriately served; are underserved; have a co-occurring disorder; homeless or at risk of being homeless; aging out of the child welfare/juvenile justice systems and the children's system of care; exiting long-term institutional care; and /or experiencing their first psychotic break.

Ages of Population: 

16 to 25 years of age

(818) 901-4930
Transitional Youth