Transition Age Youth (TAY) Partnership - Fred Finch Youth and Family Services

Address

2523 El Portal Drive, Suite 201
San Pablo, CA 94806

(510) 773-7686

http://www.fredfinch.org

AKA:

Fred Finch Youth Center

Description:

Due to COVID-19, limited services by email and phone. Provides community-based comprehensive range of intensive support services and housing referrals in Contra Costa County for transition age young adults ages 16 - 25 that have significant mental health issues and are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. This includes young adults who are currently undocumented immigrants. TAY's purpose is to help youth to be able to achieve their individualized, recovery-focused goals and to be able to function as self-sufficiently as possible within their homes and communities. The program supports youth with accessing a variety of housing referrals. TAY is a collaborative partnership of the Fred Finch Youth Center, Contra Costa Youth Continuum of Services, Greater Richmond Interfaith Program's and The Latina Center, as well as Contra Costa County Mental Health Services.

Handicap Accessible?

Yes

Is Shelter?

No

Date of Official Change:

June 10, 2020

Address Listings

Mailing

2523 El Portal Drive, Suite 201
San Pablo, CA 94806

Physical (Primary)

2523 El Portal Drive, Suite 201
San Pablo, CA 94806

Contacts

Emily Schramm

Clinical Supervisor

(510) 773-7686

emilyschramm@fredfinch.org

Phone Numbers

Main Number

(510) 773-7686

Fax

(510) 439-3129

Accessibility:

Handicap Accessible

Description

Provides community-based comprehensive range of intensive support services and housing referrals in Contra Costa County for transition age young adults ages 16 - 25 that have significant mental health issues and are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. This includes young adults who are currently undocumented immigrants. TAY's purpose is to help youth to be able to achieve their individualized, recovery-focused goals and to be able to function as self-sufficiently as possible within their homes and communities. The program supports youth with accessing a variety of housing referrals. TAY is a collaborative partnership of the Fred Finch Youth Center, Contra Costa Youth Continuum of Services, Greater Richmond Interfaith Program's and The Latina Center, as well as Contra Costa County Mental Health Services.

Hours

Seven days per week, 9am-7pm. 24 hour per day on-call support for enrolled youth

Required Documents

None

Eligibility

Youth, ages 16-25, Contra Costa County resident, leaving the foster care systems or homeless, and have serious mental health disabilities that significantly impair their functioning in community living. Must be homeless or at imminent risk for homelessness.

Fees

Medi-Cal, Medi-Cal eligible, Uninsured

Intake Procedure

Call main number and speak to clinical supervisor.

Languages

English and Spanish

Service Area

Contra Costa County

Geography Served

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    • Contra Costa County

    Telephone Numbers

    Number:
    510-773-7686
    Type:
    Main Number
    Name:
    Main Number
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    Description

    Provides community-based comprehensive range of intensive support services and housing referrals in Contra Costa County for transition age young adults ages 16 - 25 that have significant mental health issues and are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness. This includes young adults who are currently undocumented immigrants. TAY's purpose is to help youth to be able to achieve their individualized, recovery-focused goals and to be able to function as self-sufficiently as possible within their homes and communities. The program supports youth with accessing a variety of housing referrals. TAY is a collaborative partnership of the Fred Finch Youth Center, Contra Costa Youth Continuum of Services, Greater Richmond Interfaith Program's and The Latina Center, as well as Contra Costa County Mental Health Services.

    Hours

    Seven days per week, 9am-7pm. 24 hour per day on-call support for enrolled youth

    Required Documents

    None

    Eligibility

    Youth, ages 16-25, Contra Costa County resident, leaving the foster care systems or homeless, and have serious mental health disabilities that significantly impair their functioning in community living. Must be homeless or at imminent risk for homelessness.

    Fees

    Medi-Cal, Medi-Cal eligible, Uninsured

    Intake Procedure

    Call main number and speak to clinical supervisor.

    Languages

    English and Spanish

    Service Area

    Contra Costa County

    Geography Served

      If a location is grayed out it means that only certain areas within it are covered. The areas with complete covereage are listed in black.

    • California
      • Contra Costa County

      Telephone Numbers

      Number:
      510-773-7686
      Type:
      Main Number
      Name:
      Main Number
      Edit Service DetailsClick here to see this service (RR-8800) and related services within the Service Tree.

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