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Center for Health & Wellness - The ARC

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A health and wellness center for adults with developmental disabilities. 
San Francisco
(415) 255-7200
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Community Assessment and Referral Center (CARC) - Community Youth Center

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Community Assessment & Resource Center (CARC) works with youth aged 11 to 17 taken into custody by the police for either felony and misdemeanor offenses. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Men in Progress - GLIDE

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Men in Progress participants help each other transform their relationships with people, and with themselves through weekly groups. 
San Francisco
415-674-5180
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Queer Youth Meal Night - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

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Dinner every Tuesday for LGBTQ youth ages 18-24 
San Francisco
(415) 865-5555
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The API Youth & Family Community Support Services (APIYFCSS) - Community Youth Center

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APIYFCSS adopts a MultiSystemic Therapy (MST) approach to address mental health stigma. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Resilience Empowerment Academies Community Health (REACH) - Community Youth Center

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Our team is focused on improving youth’s health and fitness and developing the discipline, skills, teamwork, and strategies needed for dragon boat racing. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Men Unlearning Violence: Weekly Drop-In Group - GLIDE

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Each Tuesday and Thursday evening at GLIDE, a group of men meet with one primary goal: to acknowledge their own violence and help each other learn a new way of relating. 
San Francisco
415-674-5180
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Compass Behavioral Health Services - Compass Family Services

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San Francisco
(415)-644-0504
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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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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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Counseling Programs - Huckleberry

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Huckleberry offers affordable and accessible mental health services – no one is turned away for inability to pay. As a Medi-Cal provider site, we offer services at no fee to those with full-scope Medi-Cal. 
San Francisco
(415) 437-2500
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Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT) - Community Youth Center

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EPSDT provides behavioral health services and case management for youth. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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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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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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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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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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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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Addiction Recovery - St. Anthony's

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The free, year-long, residential recovery program at Father Alfred Center (FAC) empowers men who have no income or resources with the tools to overcome addiction and the support to establish healthy and productive lives. 
San Francisco
(415) 592-2831
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Compass Family Shelter - Compass Family Services

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A homeless shelter for 22 families with private rooms and baths, plus prevention and aftercare services for up to 6 months. 
San Francisco
(415)-644-0504
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Early and intensive intervention -Central Intake - Community Youth Center

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CYC recognizes the needs of the community and has a Central Intake System in place to provide referrals and case management services. 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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Transition Opportunities and Programs for Success (TOPS) - Community Youth Center

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TOPS targets high-risk Asian and Pacific Islander Transitional Aged Youth (age 16-24). 
San Francisco
(415) 775-2636
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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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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