Youthful Offender Wraparound (YOW)

Serving: Children and Transitional Age Youth (TAY), Age 12–26
Facility: County contractor
Region: Countywide
Address: 1231 E. Dyer Rd., Ste. 135, Santa Ana, CA 92705
16580 Harbor Blvd., Unit M, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 659-6381 Fax: (714) 659-6379
Web Address: www.WaymakersOC.org
Eligibility: Children and youth who have serious emotional disturbances or severe mental illness, currently on Orange County Probation or former wards who have received behavioral health services while incarcerated, or TAY with juvenile justice involvement.  
Language(s): English and Spanish
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m.–8 p.m., Monday–Friday; 24-hours a day, YOW provides crisis services for all enrolled clients 24-hours a days / 7-days a week, as needed. 

Program Description: The Waymakers' Youthful Offender Wraparound (YOW) provides a Full Service Partnership program for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) youth and young adults who have either received behavioral health services while incarcerated or require these services while on current probation.


Collaborative Courts

Serving: Children and youth through age 12 to 26. 
Facility: County Contractor
Region: County-wide
Address: 1221 E. Dyer Rd., Ste. 200, Santa Ana, CA 92705
16580 Harbor Blvd., Unit O, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Phone: (714) 492-1011 Fax: (714) 617-7639
Web Address: www.waymakersoc.org 
Eligibility: Children and youth who have serious emotional disturbances or severe mental illness referred by the Orange County Juvenile Court system. 
Hours of Operation: 8 a.m.– 5 p.m., Monday–Friday; 24-hours a day, Collaborative Courts FSP provides crisis services for all enrolled clients 24-hours a day / 7-days a week, as needed 
Languages: English and Spanish

Program Description: The Collaborative Court full service partnership was designed to meet the needs of unserved and underserved youth who have come under the prevue of the Juvenile Court. It provides services to clients and families in coordination with Children and Youth Behavioral Health (CYBH), Probation, Social Services, the various attorneys representing the client, family, the County and the Juvenile Court. It serves consumers, dependents and/or wards of the court who have serious emotional disturbances in addition to truancy and/or substance abuse related-issues. The FSP provides culturally competent, in-home and community-based behavioral health services to clients and their families that address client and family needs across all life domains and work to improve client self-efficacy and social competence.


 

Project FOCUS

Serving: Children, Youth and Transitional Age Youth, Age 0 to 26
Facility: County contractor
Region: Countywide
Address: 12912 Brookhurst Street, Ste. 480, Garden Grove, CA 92830
Phone: (714) 636-6286 Fax: (714) 636-8354
Web Address: www.ocapica.org 
Eligibility: Ages 0 to 25 who have serious emotional disturbances or severe mental illness with one or more of the following: homeless or at risk of homelessness, history of psychiatric hospitalizations, first psychotic episode, in danger of failing school, uninsured exiting Social Services Agency or probation system, unserved or underserved due to linguistic or cultural isolation, with special needs and/or co-occurring disorders, with parents who have serious mental illness.
Language(s): English, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Samoan, Cambodian, Chinese, Japanese, Hmong and other Asian Pacific Islander languages
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Monday–Friday. Project Focus provides crisis services for all enrolled clients 24-hours a day/7-days a week, as needed.

Program Description: Utilizing a “whatever it takes” community-based and client-centered approach where individualized care plans are developed for individuals and families, the Full Service Partnership Wraparound program of OCAPICA provides mental health services and intensive case management services. These services include support and assistance in obtaining benefits for low income families, health insurance, housing placements, parent education and support, tutoring, mentoring, youth recreation and leadership development. 


Project RENEW

Serving: Children and Youth, Age 0 to 18, severely emotionally disturbed (SED) at risk of homelessness
Facility: County Contractor
Region: Countywide
Address: 1360 S. Anaheim Blvd., Ste. 101, Anaheim, CA 92805
Phone: (714) 948-7641 Fax: (714) 689-1381
Web Address: http://www.PathwaysofCalifornia.com
Eligibility: Children and youth who have serious emotional disturbances or severe mental illness with one or more of the following: homeless or at risk of homelessness, history of psychiatric hospitalizations, first psychotic episode, in danger of failing school, uninsured exiting Social Services Agency or probation system, unserved or underserved due to linguistic or cultural isolation, with special needs and/or co-occurring disorders, with parents who have serious mental illness.
Language(s): English, Spanish, and Korean
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. with 24-hours a day. Renew provides crisis services for all enrolled clients 24-hours a day/ 7-days a week, as needed.  

Program Description: Project RENEW (Reaching Everyone Needing Effective Wrap) by Pathways of California serves Orange County children from birth to 18 years of age with serious emotional disturbance (SED)/serious mental illness (SMI), along with their families. The program focuses on children and their families who have been unserved or underserved, are and who may be homeless or at risk of homelessness. While the child is the identified participant, Project RENEW uses a Wraparound model, providing a team of individuals offering both formal and informal support to the entire family.


STAY

Serving: Transitional Age Youth, Age 16-25
Facility: County Contractor
Region: Countywide
Address: 1401 N. Tustin Avenue, Ste. 225, Santa Ana, CA 92705 
Phone: (714) 221-6400 Fax: (714) 221-6401
Web Address: www.PathwaysofCalifornia.com
Eligibility: SMI or SED youth and young adults age 16-25 who are unserved or under-served, have experienced several psychiatric emergencies, may be exiting the Social Services system and/or are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Language(s): English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Cambodian, Hindi, Gujarati and Korean
Hours of Operation: 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday with 24-hours a day, STAY provides crisis services for all enrolled clients 24-hours a day/ 7-days a week, as needed.

Program Description: Support Transitional Age Youth (STAY) of Pathways of California is a recovery based program for serious emotional disturbance (SED) and serious mentally ill (SMI) transition age youth (TAY), ages 16 through 25, who would benefit from increased integration into the community and support to assist in the development of the skills essential to becoming a self-sufficient adult. Founded with a vision that all TAY have hope, are empowered, can be responsible for themselves and be engaged in meaningful adult roles, the program supports participants in discovering and deciding what they want for themselves and how to develop the strengths, abilities and skills applicable to many aspects of their adult lives.