What are multi-system youth programs?

Our multi-system youth (MSY) program is a residential option for young people ages sixteen to twenty-one who cannot be served in their natural homes and require specialized services supported by multiple public systems. Boundless assists these young people by providing behavior support, active treatment, opportunities to develop daily living skills, and deeper connections to their community. In situations where families have been forced to sign over parental rights, our program can help restore those rights to the family.

How does it work?
Each MSY program is county-specific and designed to provide therapeutic support to individuals so that they can make progress in a variety of meaningful ways.  Individuals served through MSY must be eligible for ICF services and will be supported by the per diem Medicaid reimbursement.
What makes us stand out?

We are the only organization in Ohio with both CQL and CARF accreditation. Our commitment to love, excellence, respect, and well-being shines through in everything we do.


How can I learn more?

To learn more about our MSY programs, please contact Melinda Del Fratte, director of community living services.