Intensive Services



We strive to promote social-emotional development while working with a culturally-competent holistic team approach. We support and promote the well-being of clients and families while empowering them to use the tools necessary to strive in the community.

 Two ways a TAY can be referred to FSP:

  • FSP agencies identify through outreach individuals who may be eligible and submit Full Service Partnership referral and authorization forms to the Impact Unit. 
  • Individuals may be referred to the Impact Unit by a non-FSP entity (e.g. mental health services providers, social service agencies and the community).

Your assigned team will consist of:

Case Manager, Therapist, Parent Partner, Facilitator, and Psychiatrist.

FSP Children (Ages 0-15)

A child with a Serious Emotional Disturbance who:

  • Has been or is at risk of being removed from the home by child protective services  
  • Has a parent/caregiver with a mental illness and/or substance abuse problem (applies to children age 0-5 only)  
  • Has extreme behavior problems at school  
  • Has been in out-of-home placement and is moving back into a home/community setting  
  • Has been involved with Probation, is on psychotropic medications and transitioning back to a less structured home/community setting  

FSP TAY (Ages: 16-25)

Department of Mental Health emphasizes outreach and engaging TAY who are currently unserved or under-served, including the following

  • TAY struggling with substance abuse disorders  
  • TAY who are homeless or at risk of homelessness  
  • TAY aging out of the children’s mental health, child welfare or juvenile justice system  
  • TAY leaving long-term institutional care  
  • TAY experiencing their first episode of major mental illness FSP is an enrollment-based program and clients must be referred to the program.   

Intensive Field Capable Clinical Services (IFCCS)

Program Overview:

The IFCCS program is a field based program which aims support children and families from ages zero to 21 years old, who reside in Los Angeles County, have full-scope Medical-Cal, have an open child welfare case, and meets criteria for mental health services.  The goal of these services is to provide and facilitate child and family team meetings in order to meet the underlying needs of the families in order to minimize higher levels of care and out of home placement.  A unique component of IFCCS is the ability for the team to support the child and family countywide across the service areas as many of the youth referred to this program have complex circumstances.     

About the Team:

The IFCCS team includes the family or caregiver, Clinician, CFS, Facilitator and  psychiatric services.  Services include bio-psychosocial assessments, individual and family treatment, 24/7 mental health crisis intervention, medication support, case management, and child and family team meetings in order to stabilize and help families thrive in their own environmen 

For more information regarding our FSP program contact Karla Garcia-Cordova, Program Coordinator at (323) 234-4445, ext. 143.