TRANSITIONAL AGE YOUTH (TAY) ACUTE LINKAGE PROGRAM

 

Adult Social Services, TAY, Felton Institute

 

 

Our goal:

We aim to improve the long-term health, well-being, and safety of Transitional Age Youth (TAY), ages 16 through 25, through developmentally responsive mental health linkage and support services to TAY and their family following a mental health crisis.

Who we are:

The TAY Acute Linkage program uses an interdisciplinary team approach to provide field based services—along with youth and family support services—to stabilize and prevent future crisis episodes. The program fosters expanded collaboration and service integration to better meet the needs of TAY in San Francisco.

Who we serve:

A multicultural population of transitional age youth ages of 16 through 25 who are being discharged from crisis services and then are not able to follow through with discharge plans, lack the support to do so, or are not being served at a high enough level or care, leading to repeat crises.

TAY Linkage Referral Process:

To consult with someone about linking a TAY to care, please email TAYReferrals@sfdph.org or call the TAY Linkage Collaborative at 415-642-4525. 

 

Contact Information:

Felton Institute-Adult & TAY Services Division:
For more information regarding the TAY Linkage program call: 415-642-4525
General questions about Felton programs call: 415-474-7310

Location: 1500 Franklin, San Francisco, CA 94109
Hours: Monday thru Friday from 9am-5pm.

 

Crisis Resources:

If you or a family member are in immediate crisis contact 911 or one of the resources listed below.

Comprehensive Child Crisis: 415-970-3800

Mobile Crisis: 415-970-4000

SF Suicide Prevention: 415-781-0500

Behavioral Health Access Center: 415-255-3737

Westside Community Crisis: 415-355-0311 (Provides psychiatric emergency drop-in visits)

Psychiatric Emergency Services:
Zuckerberg San Francisco General
Emergency Department
1001 Potrero Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94110
628-206-8125