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MNHC offers integrated, innovative primary care provided by a compassionate, committed medical staff. Staff take a holistic view of each patient's needs - addressing their medical concerns as well as life challenges that may be impacting their health. Patients receive culturally-sensitive care and most providers are bilingual in English and Spanish. MNHC offers on-site lab, x-ray and pharmacy services at the Shotwell Clinic. MNHC staff also facilitate referrals to specialists or community …

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
Catholic Charities programs and services are designed to promote economical, yet comprehensive, alternative solutions to residential facilities or in-home care while providing respite to caregivers. They provide

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Marin County
San Francisco County-San Francisco
San Mateo County
As needed, our expert case managers assist seniors in obtaining: Medical care; Benefits counseling re: Medi-Cal, Medicare, and other entitlements; Housing; Home delivered meals and homemaking services to

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
The Center for Understanding Collecting Behaviors (formerly ICHC, the Institute for Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering) is a local, national, and international thought leader which maintains the centrality of peer perspective in seeking to understand Collecting Behaviors.We offer a comprehensive range of supports that foster community for those personally and professionally dealing with collecting challenges. Information & Referral Peer Response Team Weekly Drop-in Peer-led Support Group …

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Sonoma County
Catholic Charities provides a child with the opportunity to learn, play and grow in healthy, safe environments. They offer services to families that support movement toward self-sufficiency and preparedness for life's inevitable trials. The program staff walks side-by-side with families to help them navigate and persevere through job loss, eviction and illness.Programs include: Boys' and Girls' Homes Canal Family Support CYO Athletics CYO Camp CYO Environmental Education CYO Physical Education …

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
San Mateo County
Marin County
Citywide Linkage Team provides short-term, assertive, clinical case management, both in clinic and via outreach. Engagement of the client begins before s/he leaves the hospital and clients are followed until they are actually linked to ongoing mental health services. To foster the stabilization process, CLT attempts to link clients to housing services, financial entitlements (GA, SSI), MediCal, etc., though often these referrals can only be initiated during our brief treatment period.

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MNHC's Clinica Esperanza (Clinic of Hope), offers a continuum of HIV treatment services. The clinic's interdisciplinary model has earned the attention and respect of public health officials and health practitioners in the community and nationwide. We are the only healthcare facility in San Francisco that offers monolingual Spanish-speaking clients the opportunity to receive all their services in their native language.

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
IOA's community living services assist people with a limited income transition out of nursing homes and care facilities, and get back to living independently. Institute on Aging's community living services are here to help people, acting as intermediaries for those with limited finances. We also help people living with disabilities who might be at risk of institutionalization remain on their own.

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San Francisco County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
CANHR's long term care advocates assist consumers with long term care options; pre-placement counseling; guidance with Medi-Cal eligibility and estate recovery; resident rights complaints; elder financial abuse problems; and community education on various long term care issues, including alternatives. CANHR's toll-free hotline: (800) 474-1116 (in California only).

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Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) offer persons 60 years of age or older a long term continuing care contract that provides for independent living units, residential care/assisted living services, and skilled nursing care, usually in one location, and usually for a resident's lifetime. Most CCRCs require a substantial entrance fee (e.g., from a low of $100,000 to over a million) to be paid by the applicant upon admission along with monthly fees.

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