- A Guide on Psychotropic Medications for Youth in Foster Care (1 CEU)
- Mental Health Needs of Youth in Foster Care: Challenges and Strategies - How a CASA can Help (.5 CEU)
- Family Urgent Response System (FURS) is a Free 24/7/365 Hotline for current or former foster youth and their caregivers to call and get immediate help for any big or small issues you may be having. Call or TEXT: 1-833-939-FURS
- South County Mobile Emergency Response Team for Youth (MERTY) provides community and field-based crisis intervention services to youth age 21 and younger.
Spanish-speaking youth and family who request service from the Mobile Emergency Response Team will be able to work with a bilingual staff member, in person. If Spanish-speaking staff is not available, families will be able to access live translation services over a video or phone call. The van is also accessible to people with disabilities.
To request MERTY services, call 1-800-952-2335 Monday-Friday between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The clinical team can provide services at safe sites including schools and other community settings, including after-school programs and faith based organizations.