Transitional Age Youth (TAY) – Ages 16 through 25

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Providence Community Services (PCS)

  • STAY Process (Supporting Transitional Age Youth)
    STAY Process focuses on transitional age youth (TAY), ages 16 through 25 years, who are seriously emotional disturbed (SED) or severely mentally ill (SMI) frequently complicated by substance abuse, who might benefit from increased integration into the community.

Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)

  • Project FOCUS (For Our Children’s Ultimate Success)
    Project FOCUS serves culturally and linguistically isolated Asian and Pacific Islander individuals and families in Orange County. The community-based, client-centered program develops individualized care plans for children and transitional age youth (TAY), ages 0 through 25 years, who have serious emotional disturbances (SED) or severe mental illness (SMI).

Community Service Programs, Inc. (CSP)

  • YOW (Youthful Offender Wraparound)
    YOW provides culturally competent, in-home and community based intensive mental health rehabilitation and case management services to youthful offenders who have serious emotional disturbances (SED) or severe mental illness (SMI).
  • Collaborative Courts
    Collaborative Courts Full Service Partnership (CCFSP) provides culturally competent in-home and community-based intensive mental health rehabilitation and case management services for consumers, dependents and/or wards ages 0-25, who have serious emotional disturbances (SED) or severe mental illness (SMI), and/or truancy and substance abuse issues.

Contact Information

For Children & Transitional Age Youth MHSA Programs and Data information, you may contact:

James P. Harte, PhD
Program Manager MHSA Programs
Children and Youth Services