CLASP’s youth and young adult mental health framework calls for policies that increase access to healing, transformative mental health supports. CLASP has collaborated with partners over 2019 and 2020 to advance systems and policy changes supporting well-being for transition-age youth (ages 16-17) and young adults (ages 18-25). Through this work, they identified a set of policy options with broad applicability and strong potential to increase access to transformation and healing for economically marginalized youth people. This series explains state and local policy options targeting community-based care, confidentiality, and cost.