Mentor services provides in and out of home education, behavioral interventions, training and crisis management services to children and adolescents with moderate to severe emotional disturbances, mental retardation, or substance abuse and their families. Includes the provision of crisis intervention, behavioral interventions, participation in treatment planning, outreach service provider linkage, monitoring, advocacy, daily living support, respite, independent living skills, vocational instruction, medication monitoring, supportive counseling and positive role modeling. This service is funded by Hampton and Newport News CSA. Medicaid funding is not applicable to mentor services. Youth must be approved for funding through the Family and Assessment Planning Team (FAPT) process.