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Adult Full Service Partnership (FSP) programs are designed for adults ages 26-59 who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness and would benefit from an intensive service program. The foundation of Full Service Partnerships is doing “whatever it takes” to help individuals on their path to recovery and wellness. Information about services for Adults (19+) offered by the Department of Mental Health (DMH) and instructions on how to apply for them. DMH Adult Services focus on community-based supports which enable individuals receiving treatment to recover and thrive in their communities. Services include case.

Adults Adult Full Assessment – MH532 (Effective 7/1/19) Adult Assessment – Addendum – MH532A (Effective 7/1/19) Adult Re-Assessment – MH 713 (Effective 7/1/19) COD Supplemental Assessment Children and Adolescents Child/Adolescent Full Assessment – MH 533 (Effective 7/1/19) Child/Adolescent Assessment – Addendum – MH536A (Effective 7/1/19) Child/Adolescent Re . Request for Services Forms are used when applying for mental health services from the Department of Mental Health (DMH) for adults, children, and adolescents. Instructions for submitting an application are included with each application. If you need assistance with accessing these forms please.

MH 678 Revised 6/20/11 ADULT SHORT ASSESSMENT Page 2 of 3 V. Medications Client is currently on medications: Yes No If yes, How many days of medication does the client have left? _____ If yes, specify medications (include name and if there are any side-effects/adverse reactions). The Missouri Department of Mental Health is dedicated to combating stigma associated with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and substance addiction.

Adults who need behavioral health services and supports can choose from a number of community based private providers located in neighborhoods throughout the District. You can contact the provider of your choice directly or you can call the ACCESS Helpline at 1-888-793-4357 and talk with a behavioral health professional who will guide you through the process. COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES - DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH REFERRAL INFORMATION CLIENT SERVED IN THE MILITARY () () () REFERRAL SOURCE This confidential information is provided to you in accord with State and Federal laws and regulations including but not limited to applicable Welfare and Institutions Adult's FSP Referral/Authorization Form 10.