Family Mosaic Project (FMP)
information provided by: San Francisco Mental Health Services
Family Mosaic Project (FMP) provides intensive care management and wraparound services to seriously emotionally disturbed children and youth, and their families, in order to reduce the risk of out-of-home placement. If a child is residing outside of the home, FMP attempts to provide services that will either maintain or reduce the current level of care in order to avoid institutionalization, juvenile detention, or other restrictive treatment settings.
8:30AM - 5:00PM
Bayview, Mission, Chinatown
Children, youth and families
Live in San Francisco, • 17 years old and younger, • Have behavioral and/or emotional difficulties that interferes with functioning in their home, school and/or community, • Have at least two or more systems involved (e.g. S.F. Unified School District, Juvenile Probation Department, Human Services Agency, Community Behavioral Health Services), • Are at risk of being placed out of their homes, or are returning from out-of-home placement.
Record last updated: Apr 26 2012 11:29AM