The Prince George's County Health Department in partnership with the Prince George's County Department of Social Services (DSS) seeks to establish a System of Care for transition aged (16-24) youth with a particular focus on youth who are experiencing homelessness. We will build on the County's currently expanded network of community-based providers to include Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (MRSS) with an Intensive Family Intervention Team providing in-home or identified locations identified by youth experiencing homeless, for up to six weeks with the option of referral for community-based services as needed. Additional support will be provided by the Prince George's County Schools Network which places a DSS staff person (referred to as a Community Resource Advocate [CRA] and a behavioral health provider in 40 schools across the County. Services to youth with severe and/or escalating behavioral health needs will involve creating alternatives to using foster care to meet these needs. An additional focus of the TAY SOC will be the creation of the infrastructure-interagency agreements, human and other resources to support quality data collection on the needs and numbers of TAY in our County.