Children & Youth Mental Health

Frequently Asked Questions

Community Partners for Children

Community Partners for Children is a community group that meets with families to create an individualized plan to support the child and family. It works as a partnership between families and the community to support the success of children with complex needs.


The Children’s Partnership

The Children’s Partnership provides services and supports to children and youth with complex mental health needs and their families. We partner with families and develop an individualized plan of care that builds on the strengths of the child, the family, and the team.



The Triad program is a part of the continuum of care for youth and their families provided by the Travis County System of Care. The goal of the Triad program is to ensure youth and their family’s access to intensive residential mental health treatment to enhance a youth’s functioning so they can return to the community with the tools they need to be successful.


Youth & Family Assessment Center

The Youth and Family Assessment Center (YFAC) is a collaborative initiative to expand the community’s system of care efforts and provide this strength-based, holistic wraparound approach to children and youth at-risk of serious behavior problems and school drop-out.



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