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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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Housing & Financial Services - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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Housing and financial stability services. 
San Francisco
415-865-5661
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LGBTQ Community Services - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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A center offering a variety services for the LGBTQ+ community. 
San Francisco
(415) 865-5555
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Intensive Supervision and Clinical Services (ISCS) - Community Youth Center

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ISCS provides community based intensive supervision and case management services as well as behavioral health services (individual and family therapy) for youth ages 11-21 involved in the Juvenile Justice Systems. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Education - CYC Computer Clubhouse & Tech Academy (CCC) - Community Youth Center

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The Clubhouse provides a safe out-of-school learning environment for youth to explore their creativity and to acquire technology skills necessary for personal, academic, and professional development. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Larkin Street Youth Services

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Employment training and education for teens and young adults. 
San Francisco
(415) 673-0911
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WHY Program - Health Initiatives for Youth

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Health Initiatives for Youth has an afterschool behavioral health career awareness program called “What is Health to You (WHY)” for middle school students to learn what health means to them and how to have a health career in their future. 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970
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Peer Educator Program - Health Initiatives for Youth

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The Peer Educators program focuses on encouraging youth of color to explore behavioral health careers by training students in a range of mental and behavioral health issues at three Oakland high schools. 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970
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High School Support Program - San Francisco Achievers

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The High School Support Program offers four-year academic enrichment to students beginning in their freshman year. 
San Francisco
(415) 872-998
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Leadership Academy - San Francisco Achievers

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The Leadership Academy program is for high school seniors and begins with a competitive application process during their junior year. The program is designed to help create a close community of peers across San Francisco. 
San Francisco
(415) 872-998
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Spark Career Exploration & Self-Discovery Program

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A career exploration and self-discovery program that gives middle school students opportunities to understand, experience, and pursue what's possible for their future. 
San Francisco
(415) 539-0622
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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
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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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Information & Referral | CyberCenter - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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A CyberCenter and Resource Hub 
San Francisco
415-865-5661
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La Voz Latina

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Supporting the various needs of low-income, monolingual Spanish-speaking immigrants in the neighborhood providing housing assistance, immigration information and advocacy, Spanish interpretation, public safety, and leadership and skill development. 
San Francisco
(415)983-3970
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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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Smartphone and Tablet Training for Seniors - Community Youth Center

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This program teaches monolingual seniors how to operate smartphones and tablet computers. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Wu Yee Childrens Services

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Wu Yee provides comprehensive early care and education at no cost through our Early Learning Centers, Family Child Care homes, Prenatal Care services, and Home Visiting programs. 
San Francisco
(415) 677-0100
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United Playaz, Inc.

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United Playaz is a violence prevention and youth development non-profit organization providing a safe and positive environment for a diverse community of kids. 
San Francisco
(888) 975-2929
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Q Groups for LGBTQQ Program - Health Initiatives for Youth

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The Health Initiatives for Youth has is a program called “QGroup” in twelve SFUSD high schools for their LGBTQQ students to develop self-esteem, a sense of safety, and belonging. 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970
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College Program - San Francisco Achievers

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The San Francisco Achievers Scholar Success Program is geared towards high school students who are African American young men graduating from a San Francisco high school with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. 
San Francisco
(415) 872-998
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Asian Pacific Islander School based Outreach (APISBO) - Community Youth Center

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APISBO provides recruitment, referral, and conflict mediation for at-risk Asian and Pacific Islander youth ages 14-25 who are low-income and facing cultural/language barriers and multiple risk factors. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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In-School Violence Prevention - United Playaz, Inc.

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United Playaz is a violence prevention and youth focused non-profit organization providing a safe and positive environment for a diverse community of kids. 
San Francisco
(888) 975-2929
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Leadership in Diversity - Health Initiatives for Youth

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Health Initiatives for Youth has a 28 week after-school program called "Leadership in Diversity” for high school students to learn about the importance of diversity and being a leader in their community 
San Francisco
(415) 274-1970