Health & Well-being
When you’re in need of mental health support, the wait time, insurance, and finding the right provider can keep you from getting the help you’re looking for.
That’s why we created the M.A.P.S. Initiative.
This unique program works to connect participants to continuous mental health services, while providing up to 8 free therapy sessions in the meantime!
Who is the program for?
- Be between 18 and 25 years old
- Have spent at least one day in foster care in Indiana at or after the age of 14
- Not already connected to a mental health provider
- Seeking to be enrolled in consistent mental health services
Log in or create a Foster Success account.
Start a Basic Needs Application. In the application, mark that you are seeking mental health support.
Our team will be in touch within 1-3 business days to schedule an intake meeting with you.
If you meet all qualifications, you will get paired with a therapist and start attending your sessions.
Once you start meeting with your therapist, Foster Success staff will work with you to identify your options for consistent mental health support. Before your 8 sessions are over, our goal is to have you connected to an affordable, accessible, mental health provider who is a good fit for you.
Once you’re connected to a continuous mental health provider or when you hit your 8-session limit, you will transition away from your M.A.P.S. therapist and complete the program!
Ready to get started?
FUNDED BY DMHA
The Basic Needs program provides 1:1 referrals and real connections to community resources including, but not limited to: Housing, Financial Support, Food, Hygiene Items, Transportation, Medical & Health Needs, and Self-Advocacy.
We are here to help you track down documents you will need throughout your life. Those may include birth certificates, social security cards, health insurance cards/info, previous medical records, immunization records, medications name, family medical histories, and diplomas or trade certificates.
When you’re in need of mental health support, the wait time, insurance, and finding the right provider can keep you from getting the help you’re looking for. That's why we created the M.A.P.S. Initiative.