Youth Acute Care
Acute care includes comprehensive health system components, or care delivery platforms, used to treat sudden, often unexpected episodes of illness. Acute care is designed for short-term support that helps stabilize young adults from a variety of conditions.
FSP (Full Service Partnership) services are based on a recovery-oriented social rehabilitation model. Highly interactive, intensive assistance is provided for young adults faced with multiple mental health barriers.
The FSP-TAY outpatient serves adolescents and young adults 16 to 25 years of age. These youth outpatient services provide intensive support that employs ‘whatever it takes’ recovery models that use methods of intervention that are person-centered and strengths based. The goal is to assist the youth on their road to recovery and regaining hope, developing self-determination and taking personal responsibility.
Program Requirements – All potential clients of FSP-TAY are individuals utilizing IMD (Institution for Mental Disease), inpatient hospitals, state hospitals, Juvenile Hall and/or users of EPS/crisis residential services who may have severe co-occurring disorders. They may be involved in the criminal justice system and/or are homeless or at risk of homelessness, or difficult to engage with for mental health services.