TRANSITIONAL AGE YOUTH (TAY)
The TAY Program is an outpatient Full Service Partnership (FSP) program serving individuals that are between the ages of 16-24. The TAY program can serve up to 150 clients at any given time. Individuals may also be experiencing homelessness, frequent hospitalizations, incarcerations, legal troubles, drug and alcohol addictions, and family issues. The TAY Program provides an opportunity for clients to receive mental health services, secure affordable housing, and recognize their strengths and abilities to successfully gain independence and self–sufficiency in the community. Services are transitional in nature, with the goal for the clients to achieve self-sufficiency. This is a program that assists consumers with life transitions and empowers consumers to achieve a variety of treatment and life goals. Consumers also obtain the skills they need to learn to live independently in the community as adults.
|83 E Shaw Ave #102
Fresno, CA 93710
|Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00|
|Phone: (559) 226-0167|
TAY operates with (a) Personal Service Coordinators (PSC) who manages a caseload of approximately 12-15 clients and provides frequent supportive and rehabilitative services; (b) a Mental Health Professional who provides treatment planning and individual/family therapy; (c) a Mental Health Rehab Specialist who facilitates psycho-educational and support groups; and (d) a Housing Coordinator who helps locate and secure transitional and permanent affordable housing. Services include: psychiatric evaluations, medication management, health education, individual and family therapy, educational and peer support groups, supportive housing placement, money management, 24/7 after- hours response.
To reduce psychiatric hospitalizations, to reduce incarcerations, to reduce homelessness, to increase level of community functioning, and to increase education and employment participation.
The referral process for FSP services includes completing an FSP referral form and sending it via email to UCWCAccess@co.fresno.ca.us.
The program is funded through Mental Health Service Act (MHSA) and Medi-Cal reimbursement. The program can accept individuals with no income, no insurance, Medi-Cal insurance, or private insurance.