Full Service Partnership Program
Children and adolescents who are identified as Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) or adults and Older Adults who have a serious mental disorder will be able to access intensive services at any of our locations, agreed upon locations, or telehealth, in any of the following languages
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The Full Service Partnership (FSP) program began in 2005 under the Community Services and Support (CSS) Plan of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). The program provides a full range of services to assist the client in achieving their identified goals.
Service Area Map
Types of FSP programs
Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT)
Also known as Laura’s Law, the program serves those with a serious mental illness who are at substantial risk of deterioration and/or detention under WIC5150 as a direct result from poor psychiatric treatment compliance. Individuals who refuse services may be petitioned through a court order to participate in treatment.
Intensive Service Recipient (ISR)
Individuals with a misdemeanor charge who are incompetent to stand trial may receive conditional jail release who comply with mental health services and adhere to medication.
Misdemeanor Incompetent to Stand Trial (MIST)
Comprehensive 90-day mental health services provided to individuals upon discharge from an in-patient psychiatric hospital. After 90 days, individuals transition to FSP or other appropriate program.
Individuals who are no longer eligible for IMD, Enriched Residential Services, or Community Reintegration Program
Individuals who have been released or will be released from jail/prison within the last 12 months.
Asian Pacific Islander (API) Full Service Partnership Program
PACS is a collaborative countywide partner in providing FSP services to API children and adults with severe mental illness.
To access the Full Service Partnership program, the client must be referred by the Department of Mental Health area Navigator for Service Area 2, 5, or 8.
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