100 West Market Street, York, Pennsylvania 17401, United States

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York County Human Services

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Children & Adolescent Service System Program

Welcome

The focus of CASSP (Child and Adolescent Service System Program) is to develop and coordinate a plan of care for children and adolescents with emotional, mental health, or behavioral issues. CASSP ensures that children and their families will have access to and receive a full array of services to meet their needs.

CASSP

Purpose/Description:

The focus of CASSP (Child and Adolescent Service System Program) is to develop and coordinate a plan of care for children and adolescents with emotional, mental health, or behavioral issues. CASSP ensures that children and their families will have access to and receive a full array of services to meet their needs. There is no cost to use the services of this program. It is FREE to all participants.


The CASSP principles, which the program strives to adhere to, are to provide services that are:

  • Child-centered
  • Family-focused
  • Community-based
  • Multi-system
  • Culturally competent
  • Least intrusive/least restrictive


Services:

The CASSP Coordinator is responsible for facilitating meetings for children or adolescents who are involved in multiple service systems. It is the Coordinator's responsibility to facilitate problem solving meetings, assist the team in developing a collaborative service plan, and follow up with the team members to ensure the plan is being  implemented and giving a positive impact on the child’s functioning. The CASSP Release Information Form and the CASSP Referral Form must be completed and submitted prior to scheduling an inter-agency meeting. For assistance in completing the forms, please contact the CASSP Coordinator listed below.


Del Franz: email DRFranz@yorkcountypa.govor call 717-771-9347 X1471


Any child from birth to 21 years old receiving multiple services, or who is unable to access services, is eligible for assistance from CASSP.