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1 JACKSON COUNTY TRANSITION SERVICES SURVEY: CONTRIBUTOR FACT SHEETS Prepared for: Young Adults Round Table Jackson County Community Mental Health Fund

2 ArtsTech (formerly Pan-Educational Institute) 1522 Holmes Kansas City, MO Vocational Skills Training, Social Skills Development, Arts and Technology Services Transition Services: Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Art and Technology Skill Development Grant requirements determine eligibility. Services are terminated at age 20 or as determined by the residential facility. Age of clients: 14 to 20 Clients age 15-25: 2,100 Between 2 weeks and 1 month COMBAT Residential Facilities Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA) 503 E. 23 rd St Independence, MO Mental Health, Support Groups, Pregnancy, Parenting Support, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: No eligibility determination for general services. Eligibility for clinical counseling is determined by insurance/funding for clients who are not crime victims. Age of clients: 0 to 70 Clients age 15-25: 1,200 Temporary Lodging for Children and Families, Synergy Services, MCC-Blue River, Missouri Job Service Center Jackson County Courts 2

3 DeLaSalle Education Center 3740 Forest Ave Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Transportation, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Parenting Support, Post-Secondary/College Education Preparation, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Daycare, High school diploma Transition Services: No eligibility determination; all students are eligible for services. Age of clients: 14 to 21 Clients age 15-25: 200 Swope Health Services, Independent Living, Community LINC, ABE-GED Services, Job Corps, Family Support Division, Women and Infant Children, Full Employment Council, MCC-Penn Valley, Military Branch Service KCMO School District, Family Court Department of Mental Health (DMH) 2600 E. 12 th St Kansas City, MO Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Employment Assistance, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Clients must meet the agency s functional and diagnostic checklist criteria for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED). 3

4 Department of Mental Health- Comprehensive Psychiatric Services Division 821 E. Admiral Blvd Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, Disability, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Age of clients: Clients age 15-25: Clients must meet the agency s Youth Admission Checklist criteria for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED). Adults 18 and older must meet the criteria for Chronic and Persistent Mental Illness. 4

5 Department of Mental Health- Comprehensive Psychiatric Youth Services 821 E. Admiral Blvd Kansas City, MO Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Support Groups, Pregnancy, Parenting, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, Medical Care, Disability, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Mental Health, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Youth must meet the criteria for a Serious Emotional Disorder. At age 18 clients transition from DMH youth services to DMH adult services/programming. Age of clients: 0 to 17 Clients age 15-25: Client involvement: Parents, schools, CD, DYS, family court, DMH MR/DD, DMH ADA, advocacy groups Department of Mental Health- Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (MRDD) 821 E. Admiral Blvd Kansas City, MO Case Management Transition Services: A review of collateral information and a comprehensive evaluation determine eligibility. 5

6 Division of Youth Services (DYS) 1410 Genessee St Kansas City, MO Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, GED Preparation, Post-Secondary/ College Education Preparation, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Same as above Eligibility is determined on an individual basis. Services are terminated at the time of discharge, or upon reaching the age of 18. Age of clients: 9 to 17 Clients age 15-25: 165 Client involvement: Attendance at Service Determination Meeting, Treatment Plan Development Between 3 and 4 months Job Corps, Military, Colleges/Universities, Emergency Operations Center Genesis School 3800 E. 44 th St Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Transportation, Mental Health, Social Skills Development, Academic Services Transition Services: All students who are enrolled in Genesis School are eligible for services. Age of clients: 10 to 15 Clients age 15-25: 25 Job Corp 6

7 Hope House, Inc. P.O. Box Lee s Summit, MO Department: Therapy Food/Nutrition, housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Legal Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Same as above Women must be victims of domestic violence. Women age 18 experiencing domestic violence are eligible for adult shelter services. Women with male children age 17 and younger are eligible for shelter services. If a woman's male child turns 18 while in the shelter, she and her son are allowed to continue in services. Age of clients: 0 to 100 Clients age 15-25: 358 Client involvement: Therapy Goal Setting Unknown Jewish Vocational Service 1608 Baltimore Ave Kansas City, MO Employment Assistance, Vocational Evaluation Transition Services: Clients must be referred by Vocational Rehabilitation. 7

8 Legal Aid of Western Missouri 1125 Grand Blvd., Suite Kansas City, MO Legal Assistance Transition Services: Clients must complete an intake interview and qualify as indigent as determined by income guidelines. Marillac 8000 W. 127 th St Overland Park, KS Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment Transition Services: Clinical necessity for services. Payment is limited to some insurance provider, including MO Medicaid. Client involvement: 8

9 Mattie Rhodes Center 1740 Jefferson St Kansas City, MO Department: Mental Health Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Mental Health, Support Groups, Case Management Income, need and residency determine eligibility. Age of clients: 3 to 70 Clients age 15-25: 200 Client involvement: Treatment Plan Development, Choice to Participate in Services Between 2 weeks and 1 month Social Services, Legal Aid, Cabot Clinic Metropolitan Lutheran Ministry 3031 Holmes Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Mental Health, Independent Living Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Employment Assistance, Mental Health, Case Management Clients need to be identified as having a physical or mental disability. Age of clients: 19 to 104 Clients age 15-25: 10 Client involvement: Individual case management Less than two weeks Various housing services 9

10 Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA)- Clinical Services 3100 Broadway, Suite Kansas City, MO Mental Health, Support Groups, Case Management Transition Services: Clients must be a victim, survivor, or perpetrator of sexual assault or abuse. Age of clients: 1 to 96 Clients age 15-25: 172 Unknown Unknown NAMI of Greater Kansas City 406 W. 34 th St., Suite Kansas City, MO Mental Health, Support Groups, Disability, Education, Advocacy, Referral Information Transition Services: Mental Health, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Referral Information, Educational Information on Mental Illness and Recovery, Advocacy No eligibility requirements or termination process. Age of clients: 5 to 100 Clients age 15-25: 10,000 Client involvement: Treatment Planning, Goal Setting No wait time Community Mental Health Centers, Shelters, Vocational Rehabilitation, Support Groups, Attorneys, Mental Health Court Community Mental Health Centers, Hospitals, Law Enforcement, Schools, Parents 10

11 National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) Greater Kansas City 633 E. 63 rd St Kansas City, MO Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Drug Prevention, Family Education, Information Dissemination, Resource Location Transition Services: Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups No eligibility requirements Age of clients: 7 to 99 Clients age 15-25: 2,144 Client involvement: Newhouse P.O. Box Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Legal Assistance, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Parenting Support, Case Management Transition Services: They must be a female victim of domestic violence with or without their children. Client involvement: 11

12 Ozanam Pathways 421 E. 137 th St Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Pregnancy, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, GED Preparation, Post-Secondary/College Education Preparation, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Referral to community Transition Services: Same as above Admissions criteria determines eligibility. Service termination depends on the reason for program referral but it usually occurs when the client is released from custody or age 23. Age of clients: 12 to 23 Clients age 15-25: 300 Client involvement: Treatment Planning, Goal Setting Depends on available funding restart, ReDiscover, Truman Behavioral Health, Swope Health Services, Job Corps, Kansas City Regional Center, Department of Mental Health, Child Protective Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, K.C. Free Clinic restart, Synergy, ReDiscover, City Union Mission, KCACP, Metropolitan Lutheran Ministry, Temporary Lodging for Children and Families- Olathe 12

13 ReDiscover 901 N.E. Independence Ave Lee s Summit, MO Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills, GED Preparation, Post- Secondary/College Education Preparation Training, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Clients must have a mental illness or substance abuse diagnosis. Some programs within ReDiscover have boundaries by area of the city, but that is not true for all programs. Age of termination in children s division varies. Youth residential placement terminates when payment ends. Age of clients: 1 to 88 Clients age 15-25: 2,000 Client involvement: They are encouraged to make suggestions especially when they've stuck with the program. Between 2 weeks and a month Vocational rehabilitation, Medicaid, Social Security, primary care physicians, DMH, BFMA, GED classes, substance abuse programs Children's Division, Crittenden, Ozanam, Steppingstone, Catholic Charities, and many others 13

14 restart Inc E. 8 th St. & 918 E. 9 th St or Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Training, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Independent Living Skills Development, GED Preparation, Post-Secondary/College Education Preparation, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Food/Nutrition, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training GED Preparations, Post-Secondary/College Education Preparation, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management Our agency serves homeless persons. The restart Youth Network serves runaway, homeless, and throwaway youth. Youth can stay in the Youth Emergency Shelter until 18 years of age, after they turn 19 they must transition into the adult Transitional Living. Age of clients: 12 to 18 Clients age 15-25: 54 Client involvement: Clients are involved directly through strengths based case management and developing goal plans. Between 2 weeks and a month Steppingstone Synergy, TLC, DFS, DYS 14

15 Rose Brooks Center P.O. Box Kansas City, MO Housing, Transportation, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Case Management Transition Services: Client must have experienced intimate partner violence Age of clients: 0 to 75 Clients age 15-25: 23 Transitional Housing Programs School Districts (KCMO, Center, Grandview and Hickman Mills), Children's Division, Children's Mercy Hospital, Truman Medical Center, Hope House 15

16 Steppingstone 5100 Noland Rd Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Mental Health, Pregnancy, Independent Living Skills Development, GED Preparation, Case Management Transition Services: Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, GED Preparation, Medical Care, Dental Care, Mental Health, Pregnancy, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management A capacity to learn how to live independently and the ability to live in an open environment determine eligibility. Legal guardian consent for placement is required for youth under the age of 18. Age of clients: 16 to 21 Clients age 15-25: 76 Client involvement: Treatment Planning, Consumer Surveys, Advisory Board Between 2 weeks and a month Emergency Shelters, Vocational Rehabilitation Children s Division, Division of Youth Services, Emergency Shelters, Schools, Churches 16

17 Swope Health Services 9801 Blue Parkway Kansas City, MO Department: Behavioral Health Food/Nutrition, housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Legal Assistance, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Pregnancy, Parenting Support, Independent Living Skills Development, GED Preparation, Post-Secondary/College Education Preparation, Medical Care, Dental Care, Disability, Social Skills Development, Case Management Transition Services: Same as above Residency, income, insurance coverage, and the availability of providers determine eligibility. Children's Services are terminated at age 17.9; pediatrics at age 21 Age of clients: 0 to 100 Clients age 15-25: 300 Client involvement: Treatment Planning Less than two weeks Truman Medical Center, Housing and Urban Development, GED Services, Vocational Rehabilitation Ozanam, Crittenton, Marillac, Court, Schools, Community Health Centers 17

18 The Family Conservancy 3217 Broadway, Suite Kansas City, MO Finance/Budgeting, Mental Health, Case Management Transition Services: Income guidelines determine the type of service. Mental health services depend on funding availability, residency, and diagnosis. Age of clients: 3 to 86 Clients age 15-25: 664 Not tracked by agency Not tracked by agency The Helping Hand of Goodwill Industries 1817 Campbell Kansas City, MO Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Disability, Case Management Transition Services: Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Disability The Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation Division determines program eligibility. Age of clients: 16 to 72 Clients age 15-25: 200 Client involvement: Goal Setting, Treatment Planning Less than two weeks Sheltered Workshops, Colleges Vocational Rehabilitation 18

19 Truman Medical Center- Behavioral Health 2211 Charlotte St Kansas City, MO Mental Health, Support Groups, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Substance Abuse, Dual Diagnosis, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Employment, Psychotherapy, Medication Clinic Transition Services: See Futures Now program Age of clients: Clients must meet the State of Missouri criteria for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) and must choose to participate in services. Some clients lose eligibility for Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation case management services between the ages of 18 to 21. Any age Clients age 15-25: 570 Client involvement: Treatment Planning, Goal Setting, Volunteering Less than two weeks Other Mental Health Centers Psychiatric Hospitals, Self-referrals, Guardians, Other Mental Health Centers 19

20 Truman Medical Center- Behavioral Health-Futures 2211 Charlotte St Kansas City, MO Department: Futures Now (for year olds) TMC Behavioral Health overall: Employment Assistance, Mental Health, Support Groups, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Medication Clinic, Psychotherapy Transition Services: Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Mental Health, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Peer Assistance, Outreach, Parenting Support Clients must meet the State of Missouri criteria for Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) and must choose to participate in services. A screening and/or assessment is done to determine which services are appropriate. Age of clients: 15 to 25 Clients age 15-25: 60 Client involvement: Treatment Planning, Goal Setting, Volunteering, Youth Advisory Council No Wait Other Truman Medical Center-Behavioral Health Services, Other Mental Health Centers Hospitals, Shelters, Other Mental Health Centers, Self-referral, Schools 20

21 Truman Medical Center- StartRight Teen MOMs 2301 Holmes Kansas City, MO Transportation, Support Groups, Pregnancy, Parenting Support, Medical Care Transition Services: Client must be pregnant with her first child. Age of clients: 13 to 18 United Services Community Action Agency 6323 Manchester Ave Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Finance/Budgeting, Transportation, Employment Assistance, Vocational Skills Training, Social Skills Development, Case Management, Prescription Drug Assistance, Energy Assistance Transition Services: Federal poverty guidelines (FPG) determine eligibility. Some programs require clients income to be below 125% FPG; others 150% FPG. 21

22 Western Missouri Mental Health Center 1000 E. 24 th St Kansas City, MO Food/Nutrition, Housing, Transportation, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Treatment, Support Groups, Independent Living Skills Development, Medical Care, Social Skills Development Transition Services: Patients are screened for admission in Emergency Services. All services are provided without regard to a patient's ability to pay. 22

23 Kansas City s Leader for Evaluation, Research, and Consultation Services Prepared by: Nancy Twillman, MST-E, MSW Kristin Kush JaMekia Kendrix PRINTED APRIL 9, 2008 Walter T Boulden, Ph.D. Executive Director Resource Development Institute 601 Walnut St., Suite 101 Kansas City, MO Tel: (816) Fax: (816) Web: 23

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