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 Childhood Mental Health Program provides services to preschoolers in five child care facilities within San Francisco. Offers counseling to children and staff and consultation support and training to child care staff.
The Visitation Valley Family Support Center provides family support services designed to address the socioeconomic and cultural needs of this transitional neighborhood. Program development emphasis is on education and career development.
The HIV Mental Health Services provides specialized mental health services for severely disturbed adults who are HIV positive.
The Tender Lion Family Program provides mental health services to children and families from multicultural, low-income backgrounds in the Tenderloin, South of Market and Western Addition neighborhoods.
The Victim Restitution Program is state-funded and provides mutual health counseling and supportive services to victims of crime.
The Private Outpatient Psychiatric Services (POPS) is an outpatient program for severely disturbed adults without health insurance.