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SKILL Program - Health Initiatives for Youth

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Aimed at high-school age at-risk youth in the Bay Area, SKILL is a 10-12 session trauma-aware afterschool program that engages participants in real conversations about their lives, relationships, emotions, and risk. 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970
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Recovery Circle - GLIDE

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GLIDE provides drop-in groups to discuss topics centered around recovery, build relationships with others in recovery and support. 
San Francisco
415-400-2641
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St. Anthony's

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St. Anthony's is committed to a healing ministry serving the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of those who are poor. This mission is guided by five values: healing, community, personalism, justice, and gratitude. 
San Francisco
(415) 241-2600
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Harm Reduction Services - GLIDE

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Harm reduction is comprised of a range of public health strategies designed to lessen the negative social and/or physical consequences associated with various human behaviors, both legal and illegal. 
San Francisco
415-674-5180
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Youth Program - Friendship House Association of American Indians

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The youth center provides American Indian youth, ages 8–24, with a broad range of activities and services that help instill cultural pride, academic success, and resilience in the presence of violence and substance abuse at home. 
San Francisco
415-796-3569
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Friendship House Association of American Indians

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Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. of San Francisco is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based organization that provides residential substance abuse treatment for American Indians. 
San Francisco
(415) 865-0964
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Felton Institute

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Felton Institute offers a wide range of social services to children and adults. Felton Institute serves clients throughout the city and county of San Francisco and has multiple office locations. 
San Francisco
415-474-7310
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Women With Children & Expectant Mothers - Friendship House Association of American Indians

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All female clients with children ages 0–5 become residents at their Women's Lodge in Oakland, CA for up to one year. 
San Francisco
415-865-0964
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Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults - Friendship House Association of American Indians

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Clients become residents in their 80-bed residential facility in San Francisco for up to 6 months. 
San Francisco
415-796-3569