Central Star Community Services
In Stanislaus County, which includes the cities of Modesto and Turlock, Central Star Behavioral Health serves children and adolescents through a family-focused Full Service Partnership (FSP) program.
The FSP program in Stanislaus County works with underserved children and youth ages 6-17 and families who have a mental illness or condition, have been hospitalized (or are at risk), and those who need individualized mental health services and linkages to services.
Central Star’s individual services are mainly delivered in the home or community, with groups and classes and psychiatry offered in our convenient, community-based location. An FSP team will provide:
- Individual and Family Counseling
- Psychiatric Care
- Medication Management
- Crisis Intervention Services
- Housing & Vocational Support
- Independent Living Skills Development
- After-School Groups/Activities and more
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Merced Crisis Residential Program (CRU)
Pronounced “crew”, a short-term 16-bed center serving six counties for adults experiencing mental crisis can transition successfully back into to community living though learning basic living and social interpersonal skills. More on the Merced CRU…
Central Star Behavioral Health
2020 Standiford Avenue, Unit F-3
Modesto, CA 95350
Phone: (209) 702-0139
Fax: (209) 758-0825
Deborah Tobias-Gatewood, LMFT
2140 Merced St, Suite 101
Fresno, CA 93721
Phone: (559) 840-4937
Fax: (559) 570-0118