Full Service Partnership (FSP)

image of multiple gears and handsWhat's our Purpose?

The Full Service Partnership program is based on the family and their community working together to meet therapeutic goals. Services are family-centered, strength-based and needs driven.

The FSP program builds on the strengths of each individual within the family. The goal is to create a unified family plan that is sustainable for the future.

FSP addresses families' basic needs:

How Does FSP Work?

A referral is made by Sutter Yuba Behavioral Health. Needs are identified through a Child and Family Team Meeting. Both formal and informal community resources are accessed to meet the family's needs, and obtain their goals. The FSP support team includes a Clinician, an Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist and a Parent Partner. The FSP team may also consist of formal supports (probation, school, social workers) and informal supports (family, extended family, friends, neighbors, parent advocates).

Why is the FSP Program Successful?

This approach focuses on what is working with the family. It builds on individual's strengths, assets and skills. It pulls people and community together. A team is created that strives for trust, cooperation, self-worth and family unity. Each family is in charge of their own goals and successes.

Who is Eligible?

Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances who are involved in the Child Welfare System or Probation and exhausting stabilization resources who are referred through Sutter Yuba Behavioral Health.

The FSP 24/7 Support Plan:

Families are provided with a specific toll free number to access a member of their YFC FSP team 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Locations:
Sutter-Yuba Support Center
1525 Plumas Court, Suite C & D
Yuba City, CA 95991
530-418-1001

Marysville Support Center
1128 Yuba Street
Marysville, CA 95901
530-418-1001


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