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 Transitional Age Youth Program


The Trillium Health Partners Transitional Age Youth (TAY) program is a physician-referred, voluntary, time limited treatment program for emerging adults aged 16-24 who have prominent symptoms of mood, anxiety, psychosis or borderline personality disorder.

The TAY team, which includes psychiatry, occupational therapy, and social work, focuses on providing stabilization and short-term treatment for emerging adults to ensure a successful transition from child and adolescent services to adult mental health services. Services are offered to both patients and their families or caregivers.

Our services:

  • Comprehensive assessment and consultation
  • Individualized treatment plan with a focus on stabilization, treatment and transition to community or adult mental health services
  • Specialized individual and group treatment services offered by an inter-professional team
  • Facilitation of referrals and community linkages


A doctor’s referral is required.

Physicians can direct referrals to Centralized Intake at one-Link.

The referral form can be found at