What services are provided?

We work with families and community partners to coordinate and refer to community-based services such as mental health evaluations, therapy, medication management, specialized trauma care, youth and family support groups, and natural community supports including schools, community, and faith organizations that provide resources for daily needs. A unique component of our program is the family support specialist (FSS) role. FSS is a specially trained peer support individual offering hope, support, guidance, and advocacy for parents and caregivers trying to navigate the children’s mental health system.

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1. Where is the program located?
2. Who qualifies for the program?
3. What services are provided?
4. What is a Family Support Specialist?
5. What does the SOC for children’s mental health in Shelby County look like?
6. Who can refer to the program?
7. How can referrals be made to the program?