MYSI programs and services are designed to assist children, adults and families to achieve their full potentials by providing services which focus on empowering them to become independent and economically self-sufficient. MYSI residential programs are not designed to house children or adults with acute medical, psychiatric or physical needs. Those with such needs will be referred to other providers that provides such services.

2 men carving pumpkinsThe Transitional Living Housing Programs Provides:

  • Supportive Co-Ed Housing Assistance
  • Clinical Case Management Support
  • Therapeutic Intervention Services
  • Educational/Employment Support
  • 24-hour Advocacy assistance
  • Group/Individual Counseling
  • Community Activities
  • Developmental Disability Services

A young man working on a computerThe Juvenile Intervention Program Provides:

  • Coordination of Services That Reduce Recidivism
  • Enhanced Case Management Services
  • Fostering Independence Education
  • Prevention Support to Reduce Gang/Criminal Activities
  • Mentoring/Counseling Opportunities

Man helping young adult use a computerThe Independent Living Program Provides:

  • Parenting & Non-Parenting Support
  • Case Management Services
  • 24-Hour Crisis Assistance
  • Budgeting & Housing Guidance
  • Postsecondary Education Support
  • Counseling & Community Services Opportunities

Helping a young man tie a bowtieBridges Supportive Group Home Provides:

  • Therapeutic Residential Care
  • Family Reunification Counseling
  • Stabilization Case Management Services
  • Recreational Activities & Weekly Support Groups

Mental health counselor and young woman speakingThe Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry Program Provides:

  • Community-Based Supportive Referrals
  • Psychological/Psychiatry Management
  • Assessments/Evaluations
  • Nursing Support & Medication Monitoring
  • Therapeutic Intervention & Stabilization Support
  • Medicaid Counseling/Case Management Services