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At Community Solutions, we believe that all children should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. We provide a variety of support programs for children, youth, and young adults who are struggling with mental health issues, experiencing behavioral challenges, involved with the juvenile justice system, part of the foster care system, or are in need of crisis intervention services and support.

24-Hour Youth & Family Crisis Line (South County): 1.408.683.4118

Click on the links below to learn more about the services we provide.

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  • FIRST 5
    • Who

      Children ages 0-5 (and their parents/caretakers) who are living with developmental and/or mental health issues that affect their social and emotional well being.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Promote positive parenting skills and healthy child development
      • Support early care, education and literacy skills
      • Identify health-related issues
      • Build and strengthen parent-child relationships and attachment
      • Focus on self-esteem, health, social and emotional development
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Home Visitation, Therapeutic Services, and Developmental Specialist Services
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Triple P parenting classes
      • Advocacy and community outreach
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jordan Cartagena, LCSW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.767.8866 or
      jordan.cartagena@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Children (FSP Child)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-15 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may be involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalization, involvement in foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health issues
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from the Santa Clara County Probation Department, local schools, Social Services (SSA), other service providers, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Selene Alvarado, Clinical Program Manager: 408.763.6970 or selene.alvarado@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Transitional Age Youth (FSP TAY)
    • Who

      Youth and young adults ages 16-25 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may have substance use issues or are involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalizations, involvement with foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health and substance abuse issues
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources
      • Housing support for youth aging out of foster care

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (self-referral with parental consent if under age 18), Social Services (SSA), the community, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), the Santa Clara County Probation Department, and other service providers.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Adriene Rodriguez, Program Coordinator: 408.846.4738 or adriene.rodriguez@communitysolutions.org

  • Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-17 with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide treatment and clinical management of complex co-occurring disorders with substance use disorders
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Promote emotional wellbeing of youth, as well as safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Build upon the resiliencies and strengths of youths and their families
      • Connect families to community resources

    • Services

      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Mental health and substance abuse services
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900) and internally within Community Solutions

    • Fees/Insurance

      Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-21 with high-risk behaviors, stressed families, exposure to trauma, at risk of school failure, or at risk of experiencing involvement with social services or juvenile justice.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Maintain youth in the community
      • Support successful youth/family adjustment
      • Avoid re-incarceration

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Dee Dimitri, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.665.4992 or dee.dimitri@communitysolutions.org

  • Juvenile Justice Reentry/Aftercare
    • Who

      Youth ages 14-18 currently involved in the juvenile justice system

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce criminal behavior, recidivism, and involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Assist youth and families in developing life skills
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Promote healthy support systems and families

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Self-referrals and community referrals are accepted for youth who are currently on probation or have been on probation within the last 12 months. Referrals are also accepted through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900), through other services providers, or as ordered by the court.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full-scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Coordinator: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Katie A.
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-21 with either a behavioral or mental health condition that warrants special mental health services or an open child welfare case.

    • Program Goals

      • Help children obtain permanency and stability through a blend of formal and informal resources provided in the family’s community
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce psychiatric hospital admissions and/or juvenile justice involvement
      • Reduce out-of-home placement and/or child welfare involvement
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Increase school achievement
      • Increase positive family engagement in care

    • Services

      • Intensive care coordination (ICC)/case management
      • Intensive home-based services (IHBS)
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Vicky Le, Clinical Program Manager: 408.775.1161 or HoangVicky.Le@communitysolutions.org

  • Outpatient Mental Health (OP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 5.9-20.9 (and their families) who are living with mental health challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationship
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), local schools, other service providers, Social Services (SSA), local police departments, the Santa Clara County Probation Department, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Individuals must have Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      John Delgado, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.706.1934 or
      john.delgado@communitysolutions.org

  • Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD and GUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and enhance parent-child interactions
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for at-risk children, youth and young adult populations

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Behavioral support
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • One-on-one family services
      • Strengthening Families and Triple P parenting classes
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), participating MHUSD and GUSD schools, other service providers, and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is accepted.

    • Contact

      Rosa Perez, Program Coordinator: 408.469.8109 or rosa.perez@communitysolutions.org


  • School Linked Services (SLS)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for mental health or behavioral challenges
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationships
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Behavioral support
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools, self-referral, Social Services (SSA), and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jesus Rivera, ASW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.846.6792 or jesus.rivera@communitysolutions.org

  • Status Offender Services (SOS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-17.9 who are experiencing at risk behavior, family conflict, truancy, social/emotional challenges, homelessness, gang activity, relationship conflict, domestic violence, behavioral problems and/or risk of suicide.

    • Program Goals

      • Promote emotional well being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Diffuse crisis situations and restore family stability
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce truancy and promote school attendance
      • Prevent or reduce youth involvement in the dependency or juvenile justice systems
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      Crisis Intervention (no insurance required):

      • 24-hour crisis line (408-683-4118)
      • Mobile crisis response
      • Stabilization
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

      Aftercare (Full Scope Medi-Cal required):

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (with parental consent), parents, local schools, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees or insurance required for Crisis Intervention Services. Participation in Aftercare services requires Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      Priscilla Garcia, Clinical Program Manager: 408.706.1216 or priscilla.garcia@communitysolutions.org

  • Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-17 with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide treatment and clinical management of complex co-occurring disorders with substance use disorders
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Promote emotional wellbeing of youth, as well as safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Build upon the resiliencies and strengths of youths and their families
      • Connect families to community resources

    • Services

      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Mental health and substance abuse services
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900) and internally within Community Solutions

    • Fees/Insurance

      Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-21 with high-risk behaviors, stressed families, exposure to trauma, at risk of school failure, or at risk of experiencing involvement with social services or juvenile justice.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Maintain youth in the community
      • Support successful youth/family adjustment
      • Avoid re-incarceration

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Dee Dimitri, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.665.4992 or dee.dimitri@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Children (FSP Child)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-15 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may be involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalization, involvement in foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health issues
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from the Santa Clara County Probation Department, local schools, Social Services (SSA), other service providers, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Selene Alvarado, Clinical Program Manager: 408.763.6970 or selene.alvarado@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Transitional Age Youth (FSP TAY)
    • Who

      Youth and young adults ages 16-25 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may have substance use issues or are involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalizations, involvement with foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health and substance abuse issues
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources
      • Housing support for youth aging out of foster care

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (self-referral with parental consent if under age 18), Social Services (SSA), the community, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), the Santa Clara County Probation Department, and other service providers.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Adriene Rodriguez, Program Coordinator: 408.846.4738 or adriene.rodriguez@communitysolutions.org

  • Juvenile Justice Reentry/Aftercare
    • Who

      Youth ages 14-18 currently involved in the juvenile justice system

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce criminal behavior, recidivism, and involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Assist youth and families in developing life skills
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Promote healthy support systems and families

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Self-referrals and community referrals are accepted for youth who are currently on probation or have been on probation within the last 12 months. Referrals are also accepted through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900), through other services providers, or as ordered by the court.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full-scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Coordinator: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Katie A.
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-21 with either a behavioral or mental health condition that warrants special mental health services or an open child welfare case.

    • Program Goals

      • Help children obtain permanency and stability through a blend of formal and informal resources provided in the family’s community
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce psychiatric hospital admissions and/or juvenile justice involvement
      • Reduce out-of-home placement and/or child welfare involvement
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Increase school achievement
      • Increase positive family engagement in care

    • Services

      • Intensive care coordination (ICC)/case management
      • Intensive home-based services (IHBS)
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Vicky Le, Clinical Program Manager: 408.775.1161 or HoangVicky.Le@communitysolutions.org

  • Outpatient Mental Health (OP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 5.9-20.9 (and their families) who are living with mental health challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationship
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), local schools, other service providers, Social Services (SSA), local police departments, the Santa Clara County Probation Department, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Individuals must have Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      John Delgado, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.706.1934 or
      john.delgado@communitysolutions.org

  • Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD and GUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and enhance parent-child interactions
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for at-risk children, youth and young adult populations

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Behavioral support
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • One-on-one family services
      • Strengthening Families and Triple P parenting classes
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), participating MHUSD and GUSD schools, other service providers, and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is accepted.

    • Contact

      Rosa Perez, Program Coordinator: 408.469.8109 or rosa.perez@communitysolutions.org


  • School Linked Services (SLS)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for mental health or behavioral challenges
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationships
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Behavioral support
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools, self-referral, Social Services (SSA), and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jesus Rivera, ASW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.846.6792 or jesus.rivera@communitysolutions.org

  • Status Offender Services (SOS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-17.9 who are experiencing at risk behavior, family conflict, truancy, social/emotional challenges, homelessness, gang activity, relationship conflict, domestic violence, behavioral problems and/or risk of suicide.

    • Program Goals

      • Promote emotional well being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Diffuse crisis situations and restore family stability
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce truancy and promote school attendance
      • Prevent or reduce youth involvement in the dependency or juvenile justice systems
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      Crisis Intervention (no insurance required):

      • 24-hour crisis line (408-683-4118)
      • Mobile crisis response
      • Stabilization
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

      Aftercare (Full Scope Medi-Cal required):

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (with parental consent), parents, local schools, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees or insurance required for Crisis Intervention Services. Participation in Aftercare services requires Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      Priscilla Garcia, Clinical Program Manager: 408.706.1216 or priscilla.garcia@communitysolutions.org

  • Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD and GUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and enhance parent-child interactions
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for at-risk children, youth and young adult populations

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Behavioral support
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • One-on-one family services
      • Strengthening Families and Triple P parenting classes
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), participating MHUSD and GUSD schools, other service providers, and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is accepted.

    • Contact

      Rosa Perez, Program Coordinator: 408.469.8109 or rosa.perez@communitysolutions.org


  • School Linked Services (SLS)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for mental health or behavioral challenges
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationships
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Behavioral support
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools, self-referral, Social Services (SSA), and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jesus Rivera, ASW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.846.6792 or jesus.rivera@communitysolutions.org

  • Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-17 with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide treatment and clinical management of complex co-occurring disorders with substance use disorders
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Promote emotional wellbeing of youth, as well as safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Build upon the resiliencies and strengths of youths and their families
      • Connect families to community resources

    • Services

      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Mental health and substance abuse services
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900) and internally within Community Solutions

    • Fees/Insurance

      Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-21 with high-risk behaviors, stressed families, exposure to trauma, at risk of school failure, or at risk of experiencing involvement with social services or juvenile justice.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Maintain youth in the community
      • Support successful youth/family adjustment
      • Avoid re-incarceration

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Dee Dimitri, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.665.4992 or dee.dimitri@communitysolutions.org

  • Juvenile Justice Reentry/Aftercare
    • Who

      Youth ages 14-18 currently involved in the juvenile justice system

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce criminal behavior, recidivism, and involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Assist youth and families in developing life skills
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Promote healthy support systems and families

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Self-referrals and community referrals are accepted for youth who are currently on probation or have been on probation within the last 12 months. Referrals are also accepted through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900), through other services providers, or as ordered by the court.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full-scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Coordinator: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Katie A.
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-21 with either a behavioral or mental health condition that warrants special mental health services or an open child welfare case.

    • Program Goals

      • Help children obtain permanency and stability through a blend of formal and informal resources provided in the family’s community
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce psychiatric hospital admissions and/or juvenile justice involvement
      • Reduce out-of-home placement and/or child welfare involvement
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Increase school achievement
      • Increase positive family engagement in care

    • Services

      • Intensive care coordination (ICC)/case management
      • Intensive home-based services (IHBS)
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Vicky Le, Clinical Program Manager: 408.775.1161 or HoangVicky.Le@communitysolutions.org

  • One Neighborhood Empowered (ONE)
    • Who

      Youth ages 10-19 who are at risk of committing gang-related crimes.

    • Program Goals

      • Prevent youth involvement in gang activity
      • Provide tools necessary for at-risk youth to avoid gang lifestyle
      • Reduce truancy and substance abuse
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Late Night Gym
      • School groups
      • Community outreach events
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Advocacy
      • Crisis intervention
      • 24-hour crisis line: 408-683-4118
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (self-referral with parental consent), Gilroy Police Department, Morgan Hill Police Departments, local schools, parents, and through the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Outpatient Mental Health (OP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 5.9-20.9 (and their families) who are living with mental health challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationship
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), local schools, other service providers, Social Services (SSA), local police departments, the Santa Clara County Probation Department, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Individuals must have Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      John Delgado, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.706.1934 or
      john.delgado@communitysolutions.org

  • Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD and GUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and enhance parent-child interactions
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for at-risk children, youth and young adult populations

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Behavioral support
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • One-on-one family services
      • Strengthening Families and Triple P parenting classes
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), participating MHUSD and GUSD schools, other service providers, and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is accepted.

    • Contact

      Rosa Perez, Program Coordinator: 408.469.8109 or rosa.perez@communitysolutions.org


  • School Linked Services (SLS)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for mental health or behavioral challenges
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationships
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Behavioral support
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools, self-referral, Social Services (SSA), and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jesus Rivera, ASW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.846.6792 or jesus.rivera@communitysolutions.org

  • Status Offender Services (SOS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-17.9 who are experiencing at risk behavior, family conflict, truancy, social/emotional challenges, homelessness, gang activity, relationship conflict, domestic violence, behavioral problems and/or risk of suicide.

    • Program Goals

      • Promote emotional well being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Diffuse crisis situations and restore family stability
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce truancy and promote school attendance
      • Prevent or reduce youth involvement in the dependency or juvenile justice systems
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      Crisis Intervention (no insurance required):

      • 24-hour crisis line (408-683-4118)
      • Mobile crisis response
      • Stabilization
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

      Aftercare (Full Scope Medi-Cal required):

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (with parental consent), parents, local schools, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees or insurance required for Crisis Intervention Services. Participation in Aftercare services requires Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      Priscilla Garcia, Clinical Program Manager: 408.706.1216 or priscilla.garcia@communitysolutions.org

  • Supportive & Therapeutic Options Program (STOP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-18 with high-risk behaviors, stressed families, exposure to trauma, risk of school failure, or at risk of experiencing involvement with social services or juvenile justice and who have lost their Medi-Cal coverage while receiving mental health services or whose private insurance has no mental health care coverage.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Maintain youth in the community
      • Support successful youth/family adjustment
      • Avoid re-incarceration

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. This program is specifically for children and youth who have lost their Medi-Cal coverage while receiving mental health services or whose private insurance has no mental health care coverage.

    • Contact

      Dee Dimitri, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.665.4992 or dee.dimitri@communitysolutions.org

  • Competency Development Services (CDS)
    • Who

      At-risk youth ages 13-17 referred through the Probation Department.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Promote healthy support systems and families
      • Reduce criminal behavior and involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through the Santa Clara County Probation Department.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Direct Referral Program (DRP)
    • Who

      Youth ages 11-18 who are first-time offenders in the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Reduce criminal behavior and further involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Promote healthy support systems and families

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) classes
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through the Santa Clara County Probation Department.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Children (FSP Child)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-15 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may be involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalization, involvement in foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health issues
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from the Santa Clara County Probation Department, local schools, Social Services (SSA), other service providers, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Selene Alvarado, Clinical Program Manager: 408.763.6970 or selene.alvarado@communitysolutions.org

  • Full Service Partnership Transitional Age Youth (FSP TAY)
    • Who

      Youth and young adults ages 16-25 with Serious Emotional Disorders (SED) who have a risk of hospitalization, have had multiple episodes with Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS), and/or frequent and extended hospitalizations, and who may have substance use issues or are involved in foster care or the juvenile justice system.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce hospitalizations, involvement with foster care and/or the juvenile justice system
      • Achieve healthier functioning and a lower level of care
      • Assist high-risk youth in resolving mental health and substance abuse issues
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • “Whatever it takes” recovery model
      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources
      • Housing support for youth aging out of foster care

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (self-referral with parental consent if under age 18), Social Services (SSA), the community, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), the Santa Clara County Probation Department, and other service providers.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Adriene Rodriguez, Program Coordinator: 408.846.4738 or adriene.rodriguez@communitysolutions.org

  • Integrated Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-17 with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide treatment and clinical management of complex co-occurring disorders with substance use disorders
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Promote emotional wellbeing of youth, as well as safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Build upon the resiliencies and strengths of youths and their families
      • Connect families to community resources

    • Services

      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Mental health and substance abuse services
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900) and internally within Community Solutions

    • Fees/Insurance

      Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Program Manager: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 6-21 with high-risk behaviors, stressed families, exposure to trauma, at risk of school failure, or at risk of experiencing involvement with social services or juvenile justice.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Maintain youth in the community
      • Support successful youth/family adjustment
      • Avoid re-incarceration

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required for participation in this program.

    • Contact

      Dee Dimitri, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.665.4992 or dee.dimitri@communitysolutions.org

  • Juvenile Justice Reentry/Aftercare
    • Who

      Youth ages 14-18 currently involved in the juvenile justice system

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce criminal behavior, recidivism, and involvement in the juvenile justice system
      • Decrease at-risk behavior
      • Assist youth and families in developing life skills
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Promote healthy support systems and families

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Self-referrals and community referrals are accepted for youth who are currently on probation or have been on probation within the last 12 months. Referrals are also accepted through Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900), through other services providers, or as ordered by the court.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full-scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Mitchell Koufos, Clinical Coordinator: 408.430.4787 or mitchell.koufos@communitysolutions.org

  • Katie A.
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-21 with either a behavioral or mental health condition that warrants special mental health services or an open child welfare case.

    • Program Goals

      • Help children obtain permanency and stability through a blend of formal and informal resources provided in the family’s community
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce psychiatric hospital admissions and/or juvenile justice involvement
      • Reduce out-of-home placement and/or child welfare involvement
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Increase school achievement
      • Increase positive family engagement in care

    • Services

      • Intensive care coordination (ICC)/case management
      • Intensive home-based services (IHBS)
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Child family team meetings (CFTM)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900)

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program.

    • Contact

      Vicky Le, Clinical Program Manager: 408.775.1161 or HoangVicky.Le@communitysolutions.org

  • Outpatient Mental Health (OP)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 5.9-20.9 (and their families) who are living with mental health challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationship
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), local schools, other service providers, Social Services (SSA), local police departments, the Santa Clara County Probation Department, Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (1.800.704.0900), and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Individuals must have Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      John Delgado, Clinical Program Coordinator: 408.706.1934 or
      john.delgado@communitysolutions.org

  • Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD and GUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Strengthen family functioning and enhance parent-child interactions
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for at-risk children, youth and young adult populations

    • Services

      • Case management
      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Behavioral support
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • One-on-one family services
      • Strengthening Families and Triple P parenting classes
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from families (self-referral), participating MHUSD and GUSD schools, other service providers, and from the community.

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Medi-Cal is accepted.

    • Contact

      Rosa Perez, Program Coordinator: 408.469.8109 or rosa.perez@communitysolutions.org


  • School Linked Services (SLS)
    • Who

      Children and families enrolled at participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools who are at risk of experiencing mental health or behavioral challenges.

    • Program Goals

      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Provide prevention and early intervention for mental health or behavioral challenges
      • Strengthen family functioning and relationships
      • Connect families to community resources
      • Promote emotional well-being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Collaboration and coordinated care with teachers and school staff
      • Behavioral support
      • Medication support services
      • Crisis intervention and after-hours crisis line
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      Referrals are accepted through participating MHUSD, GUSD, Oak Grove and SJUSD schools, self-referral, Social Services (SSA), and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees to participate in this program. Full Scope Medi-Cal is required.

    • Contact

      Jesus Rivera, ASW, Clinical Program Manager: 408.846.6792 or jesus.rivera@communitysolutions.org

  • Status Offender Services (SOS)
    • Who

      Children and youth ages 0-17.9 who are experiencing at risk behavior, family conflict, truancy, social/emotional challenges, homelessness, gang activity, relationship conflict, domestic violence, behavioral problems and/or risk of suicide.

    • Program Goals

      • Promote emotional well being and safety within the home, school and community
      • Diffuse crisis situations and restore family stability
      • Provide culturally-competent, strengths-based services for wellness and recovery
      • Reduce truancy and promote school attendance
      • Prevent or reduce youth involvement in the dependency or juvenile justice systems
      • Decrease impact of trauma and increase resiliency

    • Services

      Crisis Intervention (no insurance required):

      • 24-hour crisis line (408-683-4118)
      • Mobile crisis response
      • Stabilization
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

      Aftercare (Full Scope Medi-Cal required):

      • Counseling (individual, group and/or family)
      • Case management
      • Referral and linkage to additional services and resources

    • Referral

      This is a voluntary program. Referrals are accepted from youth (with parental consent), parents, local schools, the community, and Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services (800-704-0900).

    • Fees/Insurance

      There are no fees or insurance required for Crisis Intervention Services. Participation in Aftercare services requires Full Scope Medi-Cal.

    • Contact

      Priscilla Garcia, Clinical Program Manager: 408.706.1216 or priscilla.garcia@communitysolutions.org

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