Full Service Partnership

Masada FSP provides comprehensive and intensive mental health services to children and transitional age youth (TAY) in their home and in the community. We provide a wide array of services and supports, guided by a commitment to do “whatever it takes” within the resources available to help individuals who are unserved, underserved or have been inappropriately served to make progress on their particular paths to recovery and wellness. FSP teams are multi-disciplinary teams of professional and paraprofessional staff who have received specialized training, preparing them to work effectively with children and their families. FSP teams provide 24/7 crisis services and develop plans with families to help clients meet individualized recovery, resiliency, development and/or recovery goals or treatment plans. Services are responsive and appropriate to the cultural and linguistic needs of the child and their family.

Masada’s Child Full Service Partnership (FSP) program is a unique intensive in-home mental health service program for children ages 6 – 15 years old and their families. Services include: individual and family counseling, 24/7 assessment and crisis services, substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and assistance. Services are provided in the language of the families’ choice.

Masada’s Transition Age Youth (TAY) FSP seeks to provide an array of mental health and supportive services for Seriously Emotionally Disturbed (SED) and Severe and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) youth ages 16-25 years old. Priority populations to receive these services are TAY who are: struggling with substance abuse disorders, homeless or at-risk of homelessness, aging out of the children’s mental health, child welfare, or juvenile justice systems, leaving long-term institutional care or experiencing their first episode of major mental illness. The program emphasizes outreach and engagement to TAY who are currently unserved and underserved.

The Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) FSP program serves individuals 18 years of age or older, diagnosed with chronic, serious mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders, who have been clinically determined to be unlikely to survive safely in the community without supervision, who have a history of non-compliance with outpatient mental health treatment, and whose condition is substantially deteriorating and likely to result in grave disability or serious harm to self or others. Core Services include: Benefits assistance, Case management, Client self-help and peer support services, Crisis intervention 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, Education, support and housing assistance, Evidence-based mental health treatment, Linkage to physical health care, Medication support, Substance use services and Vocational services.