In August 2022, SAMHSA awarded Integral Care $400,000 for the next four years to support Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (CHR-P). The goal is to reduce the duration of untreated psychosis for individuals under the age of 25 in Travis County. Since launching the program in 2018, Integral Care has implemented a stepped-care model, utilizing evidence-based screening and assessment and adding a second Coordinated Specialty care team to increase services and improve clinical prognosis and quality of life outcomes. Outreach efforts focus on youth and young adults who are new to services or will soon transition from child to adult mental health services; additionally, staff support youth who are transitioning from child services to adult services by guiding them through the intake process. Through the Clinical Risk Psychosis program, Integral Care screens more than 300 individuals age 16 – 25 annually, as well as monitoring 100 youth and young adults identified to be ultra high-risk.