Intensive services are for children, youth and adults who are experiencing serious behavioral or emotional difficulties that put them at risk of hospitalization, but do not need inpatient care. With intensive services, qualified children and adults can receive therapy, parenting support, crisis services, case management services, housing support, employment help, and other needed services in their own homes or community settings.
The Children’s Full-Service Partnership (FSP) program is a unique intensive in-home mental health service program for children ages 0 – 18 and their families. Child FSP providers are dedicated to working with children and their families to assist them plan and accomplish goals that are important to the health, well-being, safety and stability of the family. Services focuses on building child and family strengths, fostering self-sufficiency, and promoting stability and permanency. The program is tailored to meet the individual needs of each child and family, resulting in a distinctive set of community services and natural supports
Adult FSP programs provide mental health services and integrated substance use disorder treatment. Services can be provided to individuals in their homes, the community and other locations. In addition to therapy, skills building, case management, and psychiatric services, our FSP teams assist clients with housing, employment and educational support to facilitate meaningful relationships and roles in the community.
Intensive FSP services are offered to qualified children and adults through approval by the Department of Mental Health Full Service Partnership programs (FSP) Impact team. FSP services are intensive, 24/7/365 and can be provided in the clinic, in the community or via telehealth.
To learn more about Adult FSP services, visit the Department of Mental Health Adult FSP page.
To learn more about Child FSP services, visit the Department of Mental Health Child FSP page.