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The 24-hour Crisis Line is a program of Crisis Support Services of Alameda County. Trained crisis intervention counselors are available to receive crisis calls and give supportive counseling 24 hours a day, every day. Translation is available in more than 140 languages. They also offer teletype (TDD) services for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.Crisis Support Services of Alameda County is not in the business of imposing belief systems, solving problems, giving advice, or arguing people …

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Senior Connection helps to navigate the complicated systems of social services and health care for seniors and persons living with disabilities. They offer: Information & Referral- Christie Folau

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Curry provides referrals to and coordination with mental health services for seniors dealing with psychosocial challenges such as: Aging and disability Grief and loss Depression Substance abuseAddressing the needs of socially isolated adults:Peer program designed to help connect isolated adults to services and social activitiesThe population we serve is: Individuals 60 and over Resident of the Tenderloin/Civic Center neighborhoods or homeless Seniors who are not already connected to other …

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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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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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Hospitality House's Community Building Program fosters collaboration, belonging, self-worth, and resiliance by allowing program participants to lead and develop neighborhood events that address community concerns. The program's Healing, Organizing, and Leadership Development (HOLD) internship project helps participants helps participants connect to activities within the CBP and help build their professional skills and enhance their professional skills. The CBP Housing Case Managers specialize …

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An inter-faith group designed to help families and friends of homicide victims recover from the depression and illness associated with their tragic loss. A licensed psychologist or LCSW is available for one-on-one therapy upon request. All are welcome and dinner is served.

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Alameda County-Oakland
The Drop In Hoarding and Cluttering Support Group is a program of the Mental Health Association of San Francisco It is peer-facilitated, open to anyone with hoarding or cluttering issues who would like to attend regardless of residency, and is free. The schedule posted is current through September 2016.

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A CLA face-to-face recovery meeting or group is formed when two or more clutterers gather at a physical location to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem with clutter and help each other to recover. The meetings are guided by the 12 Steps of CLA,

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CSS provides low-fee counseling to adults who are bereaved or affected by the traumatic loss through suicide, homicide, or sudden loss. Our support groups for suicide survivors and those who have attempted suicide are vital for isolated and at-risk individuals during times of loss.CSS provides individual, family,and group counseling and debriefing services. Counseling is provided by mental health interns who receive specialized, ongoing training in grief and trauma. Our interns are all …

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