Behavioral and Mental Health Services
Flexible Integrated Treatment (FIT) provides a “safety-net” for our community’s youth and their families who require mental health interventions and/or support. Our program is unique in that our mental health clinicians partner with youth and their caregivers to assess and determine an individualized plan for services and supports that focuses on family strengths and the overall emotional and behavioral health and well-being of youth. Services are culturally competent, flexible, family driven and can be provided in the home, school, and community settings.
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families’ Juvenile Justice Intervention Services (JJIS) works in partnership with Sacramento County Probation Department supporting the Restorative Justice Model with a focus on community protection, victim restoration, and offender accountability and competency.
Therapeutic Behavioral Services
A Brief Intervention for Youth and Families that Leads to Improved Outcomes
Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) provides community-based, one-on-one, short-term, support to young people who are at risk of being moved into a higher, more restrictive living environment (hospital, group home) or need support transitioning to a less restrictive living environment (family home, foster home, group home). TBS is an adjunct program, meaning youth must be enrolled in a primary mental health service to be eligible.