Edgewood Wraparound: Turning Point
Since 2006, Edgewood has provided Turning Point, Full Service Partnership (FSP) Programming to the highest risk Children/Youth, Transition Age Youth, and their families living in San Mateo County. The provision of our services are matched to the developmental needs of our youth. Due to differing stages of life stressors, Turning Point is comprised of two specialized programs:
- Child/Youth (C/Y): addresses the needs of youth (ages 6-21) within the context of their family, community, and institutional systems.
- Transition Age Youth (TAY): is dedicated to serving youth (ages 17-25) with severe mental health needs, who are transitioning into adulthood.
Youth are typically referred to our CY and TAY programs for symptoms of severe mental illness which have negatively affected their life. They come to us when all areas of their life are stressed and they are at-risk for out of home/school placement, hospitalization, and/or have strained relationships with their support system.
Nearly all of our youth are affected by complex trauma at a personal, familial, intergenerational, societal, and cultural level. In order to treat these complex needs we utilize a multifaceted approach to help children, youth, and their families achieve independence, stability, and wellness within the context of their family, community, and culture. Our services include comprehensive mental health treatment, case coordination, skills training, and 24/7 crisis support.
Who It Helps
Turning Point services include:
• Age-specific groups and activities
• Case Coordination
• Crisis Response
• Educational/Vocational Support
• Family Conferencing
• Family events and activities
• Financial Support
• Linkage to resources
• Medication Evaluation and Monitoring
• Mental Health Assessments and Therapy
• Parent to Parent Support
• Peer to Peer Support
• Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)
edgewood san bruno youth drop-in center
Edgewood operates a Drop-In Center open to all San Mateo County emerging adults ages 18-25. The Drop-In Center is a youth-led program which provides a safe and supportive environment for young adults to identify needed services, develop educational, social, vocational skills, and build peer relationships. Groups and activities are facilitated by Peer Partners, participants, and community members who have an interest, expertise, or skill-level in areas of interest or benefit to our current young adults.
partners and funders
TP is funded through a combination of Mental Health Services Act, SB163 placement funds, and mental health billings. It is administered through San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. Referrals come from Behavioral Health and Recovery Services, Human Services, and the Juvenile Justice department.
Child/Youth (C/Y): addresses the needs of youth (ages 6-21) within the context of their family, community, and institutional systems.
Transition Age Youth (TAY): is dedicated to serving youth (ages 17-25) with severe mental health needs, who are transitioning into adulthood.
Drop-In Center: serves emerging adults (ages 18-25) in San Mateo County in search of resources such as education, and social and vocational skills.
For information on the Child & Youth Program, please contact:
Jennifer Fan, Psy.D., LMFT
For information on the Transition Age Youth Program, please contact:
Susan Howe, LMFT
For information on the Drop In Center, please contact:
Mary Therese Tamayo