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Youth and Family Services

 

Youth and Family Services provides outpatient behavioral health services designed to meet the social-emotional and behavioral needs of children, youth and families. Services offered include assessment, individual, group and family therapy, medication support services and case management. Youth and Family Services utilizes a continuum of care to help keep children, youth and their families healthy, safe, and successful in school and in their transition into adulthood, while living in a home and a community that supports recovery and wellness.

Youth Outpatient Services

 

Youth Outpatient Services provides office based assessment, treatment, medication support, case management and referral services for youth ages 0-17. Our Youth Open Access Clinic gives parents/guardians the opportunity to speak with a clinician regarding their child’s emotional and behavioral needs. After gathering necessary information from the parent/guardian during the Open Access process, the clinician will either schedule the child for an intake assessment or provide referrals to other appropriate community resources and/or mental health services.

Youth Outpatient Services are accessed through our Youth Open Access Clinic which is available for parents/guardians on Monday and Thursday from 8:30am-11:00am. This is a walk-in service and no appointment is needed. Parents/guardians should expect this process to take approximately 1-2 hours. Please bring your child’s insurance card, your identification and proof of guardianship.

Youth Outpatient Services: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200, press 0 then press 2.

Urgent Youth Services

 

Urgent Youth Services provides expedited access to all youth outpatient services for youth who have been taken to Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) experiencing suicidal or homicidal ideation and are not hospitalized, and for youth who are hospitalized and need urgent follow up services post-hospitalization. The team works to address crisis to stabilize the youth and refer to ongoing services, or to stabilize the youth and family to discharge. The team conducts weekly reviews with multi-disciplinary team to ensure every child who visits PES or are hospitalized have been offered adequate care while hospitalized and upon release. Urgent Youth Services are available by referral only from Psychiatric Emergency Services or psychiatric hospitalization.

Urgent Youth Services: 1965 Live Oak Blvd. Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7200, press 0 then press 2.

Functional Family Therapy (FFT)

 

FFT is an evidence-based, family intervention model for at risk and delinquent youth who are 11-18 years of age. Sessions are most often provided in the family home but can also be provided in other community settings or in an office setting. FFT targets youth who have come in contact with the juvenile justice, mental health or child welfare systems, however, younger siblings of referred youth often become part of the FFT intervention process as well. The goal of FFT is to improve family functioning while reducing the youth’s externalizing behaviors and stabilizing emotional needs. To be considered for the FFT program, a referral must be submitted to the FFT Site Supervisor or the Youth and Family Services Program Manager.

FFT Services: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

 

TF-CBT is an evidence-based model designed to help youth overcome the negative effects of traumatic events, such as physical or sexual abuse, traumatic loss of a loved one or violence. TF-CBT targets symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression and behavior problems. To be considered for the TF-CBT program, a request must be submitted to the Youth and Family Services Program Manager.

Location: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)

 

TBS is an intensive, individualized, one-to-one behavioral coaching program available to children/youth who are experiencing a current emotional or behavioral challenge or experiencing a stressful life transition. TBS can help children/youth and parents/caregivers learn skills to increase successful behaviors and learn new ways of reducing challenging behaviors. TBS is not a stand-alone service; it supports an ongoing primary mental health service such as mental health therapy or case management. To be considered for TBS services, a request must be submitted to the Youth and Family Services Program Manager. Additionally, the child/youth must be receiving primary mental health services and meet TBS class criteria.

TBS Services: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

0-5 Full Service Partnership (FSP) Program

 

The 0-5 FSP program offers specialized intervention services to meet the unique needs of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers. These services help build positive relationships between young children and their caregivers, and create a foundation for healthy social and emotional development. The 0-5 FSP program offers a variety of clinic, community and home-based interventions tailored to each child’s unique family, culture, strengths, and needs. To be considered for the 0-5 FSP program, a referral must be submitted to the FSP supervisor or Youth and Family Services program manager.

0-5 FSP: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

Children’s System of Care (CSOC) Full Service Partnership (FSP) Program

 

CSOC FSP program provides a wide array of community and home-based services and supports to children ages 6-15 and their families. FSP services are available to youth who are experiencing significant emotional, psychological or behavioral problems that are interfering with their well-being, and their families, utilizing a “whatever it takes”, multi-agency team approach. The CSOC FSP team provides these services within the resources available to help children and their families make progress on their particular path to recovery and wellness. To be considered for the CSOC FSP program, a referral must be submitted to the Youth and Family Services program manager through FAST (Family Assistance Services Team) for Sutter County residents or YCAT (Yuba County Assessment Team) for Yuba County residents.

CSOC/FSP: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

Transition-Age Youth Full Service Partnership (FSP) Program, Forté Academy

 

The TAY FSP program provides a wide array of office, community and home-based services and supports to youth ages 16-25 and their families. These services are available to youth who are experiencing significant emotional, psychological or behavioral problems that are interfering with their well-being and their families, utilizing a “whatever it takes”, team approach. The TAY FSP program emphasizes outreach and engaging Transition-Age Youth who are currently unserved or under-served, including those who are homeless, gang-involved, aging out of the foster care, probation and/or children’s mental health system, those with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders and those whose cultural identity places them in underserved populations within our community. Youth enrolled in TAY FSP will receive behavioral health services that are individually tailored and consistent with each youth’s individual needs and goals. To be considered for the TAY FSP program, a referral must be submitted to the TAY FSP Supervisor or the Youth and Family Services program manager.

FSP-TAY: 807 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

TAY Away, Post-TAY Program

 

The Post-TAY program provides step-down services for those who have transitioned out of the TAY Full Service Partnership program either by age (26-30 years old) or needs, but would still benefit from services and supports toward a successful transition into independent adulthood and further recovery. Those enrolled in Post-TAY will receive behavioral health services that are individually tailored and consistent with each client’s individual needs and goals. To be considered for the Post-TAY program, a client must be ready to step-down from TAY FSP services either due to age (26+) or needs. Acceptance into the Post-TAY program is approved by the TAY FSP Supervisor.

Post TAY Program: 807/809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478

Presumptive Transfer of Medi-Cal (AB 1299)

 

Presumptive transfer means a prompt transfer of the responsibility for the provision of, or arranging and payment for specialty mental health services from the county of original jurisdiction to the county in which a foster child resides. To notify the Sutter and Yuba County Mental Health Plan of presumptive transfer or a waiver of transfer, email the appropriate notification information to AB1299@co.sutter.ca.us

Wraparound

 

Wraparound is an individualized planning process designed to meet the needs of children/youth and their families by utilizing their strengths. Services and supports are provided to children/youth with severe and multiple needs and risks and includes treatment services, personal support services or any other supports necessary to maintain the child/youth in the family home. Wraparound services are developed through a team approach that includes the child/youth, parent(s) or guardians, other service providers/agencies, schools, extended family and friends and others that the child, youth and/or family identifies that work together toward a common mission. Wraparound services are a particularly effective approach in serving children/youth served by multiple systems. To be considered for Wraparound services, a referral must be submitted to the Youth and Family Services program manager by a Child Welfare Social Worker or a Juvenile Probation Officer.

Wraparound: 809 Plumas Street Yuba City, CA 95991
Phone: (530) 822-7478