Los Angeles Older Adults (131)

Full Service Partnership (FSP)


12501 Imperial Hwy, Suite 500A Norwalk, CA 90650
562-929-6688 Main
562-929-9074 Fax

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Program Type: Community-based

To Make Referrals: Referrals are made through the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the community, and through self-referrals.

# of Members: 159 members

Who We Serve: Adults ages 60 years and older who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. Must have at least one of the following in any 12-month period:

  • Homelessness for 6 months or more, incarceration for 30 days or more, or hospitalization for 2 weeks or more, or

  • Imminent risk of homelessness (e.g. eviction, risk of going to jail, imminent risk of being placed in Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) or of being released from a SNF,) presence of co-occurring disorder such as substance use, developmental disorder, medical disorder and/or cognitive disorder, or recurrent history of and/or at risk for abuse or self-neglect or serious risk of suicide

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; on-call services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

About the Program: At Telecare Los Angeles Older Adults (LAOA)- Full Service Partnership (FSP), we believe in a whatever-it-takes approach to help you take positive steps toward the things that matter in your life. We believe that recovery starts from within and our job is to do whatever it takes to support you in your recovery journey.

Our FSP program provides services designed to enhance the lives of individuals living with mental illness. Services are provided by an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, peer specialists, and personal service coordinators.

Our program offers an array of community-based treatment options and services such as housing and education linkage, social skills training, medical/medication linkage and follow-up, help with family relationships, and linkage to substance use/co-occurring disorder counseling and referrals. Services are long-term but transitional, focusing on the individual’s recovery and the skills and support needed to achieve independence.