A Transition Age Youth Advisory Board was formed in partnership with the Pool of Consumer Champions to ensure a continuous youth voice in the planning of new programs and services. They meet monthly to contribute to how TAY mental health services are designed and delivered in Alameda County, to acquire valuable experience and leadership skills, and to have access to professional conferences, seminars and work opportunities related to mental health.
Transition to Independence Program (TIP) Services include intensive case management, medication support, counseling.
Supported Housing for Transition Age Youth (STAY) Program Services include case management, medication support, counseling, housing, and 24-hour services.
STARS Community Services Services include case management, medication support, counseling, and peer groups.
Youth UpRising Mental health services at a youth development center for young people without health insurance. YU offers activities for youth in media, dance, computer, and GED studies in a safe place for all youth.