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  • Geriatric Mental Health Services

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Provides geriatric mental health services for seniors who are prone to mental illness or who are at risk of institutionalization. Services include crisis-oriented assessment and intervention, 5150 evaluation and enactment, individual and group therapy, case management, consultation, medication evaluation and supervision. Therapeutic services are pr...


  • Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Recruits and trains volunteers to visit long-term care facilities (skilled nursing facilities or residential facilities) and adult day health care centers on a regular basis. Ombudsmen receive, investigate and attempt to resolve complaints lodged on behalf of frail residents. Ombudsmen work with residents, family members and facility staff to resol...


  • Mental & Behavioral Health Services

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    A multiservice agency providing social services to individuals and families in crisis or transition. The Children's Mental Health Assessment Program provides assessment, counseling, case management and outreach for children and families referred through the Office of Special Education of the San Francisco Unified School District. The Early Ch...


  • Senior Peer Counseling

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Offers peer counseling by seniors to seniors (age 55 or over) who are dealing with issues related to aging, loss, family problems, medical illness, caregiving, isolation and depression. Counseling is offered by volunteers who have participated in a six week training and is conducted via home visits. Also offers services to individuals dealing with...


  • Community Aftercare Program

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Provides clinical case management and mental health services to severely mentally disabled adults living in residential care facilities, and consultation to home administrators. The purpose of the program is to prevent re-hospitalization, improve quality of life, and facilitate an optimal level of community functioning for the individual.


  • Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Provides intensive job training for low-income adults (age 55 or over). Trainees receive a stipend during enrollment. Enrollees are assigned to partner organizations/agencies who provide work-based, on the job training in an effort to prepare the trainee for reentry into the job market.


  • Senior Companion and Foster Grandparent Program

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    The Senior Companion Program pairs seniors with other seniors for companionship through day centers, residential institutions, hospitals and senior service agencies.The Foster Grandparent Program matches seniors with children with special needs at child development centers, schools, hospitals, clinics, and other social service agencies.For both pro...


  • Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project

    Agency: FELTON INSTITUTE

    Offers services to pregnant and parenting teens and their siblings (both male and female) through case management and lifeskills support groups. Focuses on the reduction in second births or prevention of the first, enrollment or retention in schools, reduction of low birth weights, and reduction in risk behaviors of adolescents.Acts as a Teen and F...


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