Transitional Age Youth

This program serves transitional age youth (TAY), ages 18-25, who are diagnosed with a serious mental illness, who may have a substance use disorder and who are at risk of homelessness, incarceration or hospitalization. The program provides supportive, social rehabilitation services in a residential program. There is also the ability to live independently throughout the county.

The program supports young adults in moving toward personal recovery by providing stabilization and skill development to live an independent and successful life within the community. Services include group therapy, medication management and rehabilitation services. We also help young adults with their housing needs.

To access mental health services, or for immediate help, please call 1-866-998-2243.

Mobile Crisis Outreach for TAY (MCOT)

Mobile Crisis Outreach for TAY (MCOT) is a specialized crisis team for Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) 18-25-year-olds who are experiencing a mental health and/or substance use crisis. The team responds county-wide to crises during business hours and are trained on the specific risk-factors associated with this age group. This is a small team that works closely with the VCBH Mobile Crisis Response Team for continuous crisis support and responses outside of MCOT's operating hours. To reach MCOT, please call 1-866-998-2243.

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