This program addresses mental health stigma, limited access to linguistically and culturally appropriate services, and co-factors surrounding AAPI youth and LGBTQIA+ youth mental health issues such as violence and substance abuse.
Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSTD) and Intensive Supervision and Clinical Services (ISCS) are community-based supervision and case management services for individual and family therapy. Both programs seek to motivate success and promote healthy lifestyles.
Community Assessment Referral Center (CARC) is a shared space for community-based organizations that collaboratively work with arrested youth in the juvenile hall system to provide them with case management, support, opportunity, and hope.
This program works to reconnect at-risk AAPI youth with caring adults and peers by providing financial, social, and recreational resources, building individual strengths, and promoting the importance of youth and family communication.