Community Beautification Project
|Contact||Marcus Justice (Senior Counselor)|
|Address||San Francisco, CA 94124|
|Hours||Sat & Sun (Every-other Weekend)|
|Target||African American, Latino, Asian & Samoan Youth|
The Community Beautification Project is a school anti-dropout program for young people who can benefit from incentives to stay in school. We teach young people the value of loving and caring for their community. We offer teams of young people an opportunity to participate in our street cleaning and litter removal project on the weekends in the Bayview Hunters Point community of San Francisco.
Integrated Behavioral Health Services – Mental Health Services
|Contact||Jarae Clark (Therapist)|
|Address||5815 Third Street @ Carroll, San Francisco, CA 94124|
|Target||African American, Latino, Samoan & Asian Children, Youth & Families, Adult and Older Adults|
The Foundation’s Integrated Behavioral Health Program specializes in recovery-oriented treatment for people of all ages. We provide community-based outpatient support, prevention, and early detection for mental health issues. This includes diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. We serve residents primarily of the southeastern sector of San Francisco, but any resident of the city is welcome.
Our licensed therapists help clients and their families develop individualized plans for treatment, and then deliver individual therapy for children, teens, transitional aged youth, and adults; couples therapy, family therapy, and group sessions for stress management and relaxation.
Evidence-based therapy practices used include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, behavioral modification therapy, harm reduction therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and skill building, individual psychotherapy and Motivational Counseling. All services are trauma-informed, so that we can help people who have experienced traumatic events regain their equilibrium.
Services are provided at our community-based clinic, and classroom observations and collaboration with school staff may be offered when useful for children and youth. We provide psychiatry services including medication evaluations, assessments, and medication management. T-Train and the Muni 19, 24, 29, 44 and 54
Jelani Family Residential Step-Down Program
|Contact||Pamela Gilmore (Residential & Homeless Division Director)|
|Address||San Francisco, CA 94124|
|Target||Homeless individuals and families. African American, Latino, Samoan & Asian Children, Youth & Families, Adult and Older Adults|
RESIDENTIAL AND HOMELESS SERVICES DIVISION
Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness
Foundation provides quality, affordable transitional housing to homeless individuals and families, each specially designed to meet the varying needs of the resident population. Anchored by case management, Foundation offers a range of services to residents – including life skills development, employment, and education services, health and wellness supports, housing placement services (for a successful transition to permanent housing), as well as educational activities for children and youth. Case managers assess immediate needs for livable income, food, transportation, childcare, etc. and ensure appropriate action toward meeting these needs. We connect residents with benefits and work with them to develop short-term goals and action steps with paths to long-term self-sufficiency.
Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Treatment Services: Opiate (Methadone) – HIV/AIDS Support Services
|Contact||James Dixon (Program Director)|
|Address||1625 Carroll Avenue @ 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94124|
|Hours||Program Hours: M-F: 6am-2pm, Weekend Hours: Sat-Sun: 7am-10am|
|Target||African American, Latino, Asian & Samoan, Adult and Older Adults|
ubstance Use Disorders Services specialize in results-oriented treatment for individuals 18 and older who need medical assistance to cease the use of substances and opiates and for those individuals at risk for HIV infection.
Services are available to residents of San Francisco, with a focus on the southeastern sector of the city.The Foundation employs evidence-based practices and the principles of harm reduction to support clients toward successful rehabilitation and independent living. We use Motivational Counseling to help clients determine how ready they are for change, and cognitive behavioral interventions to help them set and achieve goals for recovery. We are State licensed and accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). T-Train and the Muni 19, 24, 29, 44 and 54