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211 Bay Area is a program of United Way of the Bay Area. 211 Bay Area is a

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Sonoma 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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The Drug Line and Relapse Line are programs of San Francisco Suicide Prevention. The Drug and Relapse Lines are available for people struggling with substance related issues as well as their friends and families. These lines provide referrals to specialized treatment programs, crisis intervention, information on addiction and recovery, and emotional support on the recovery continuum.

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Full Service Partnership provides comprehensive wrap-around services to residents of San Francisco who need of the highest level of mental health services. The specifics of the program vary on a case by case basis but could include: Referral to housing resources, Intensive case management/Access to more specialized care.Our staff provides FSP services both at the Clinic and in the community, client's residences, and in other treatment facilities

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A Pathways Care Manager serves as a resource, guide, and advocate for patients and their families. Care Management professionals can help by: Evaluating the senior's needs and living situation Providing information about local services and support systems and arranging for them Creating a care plan that fits your family Regularly monitoring and problem solving Serving as a liaison between you and service providers

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The Youth Risk Reduction Program is a program of San Francisco Suicide Prevention. There are four main services provided to reduce youth suicides in San Francisco: Peer Education in Schools and Social Service Agencies -

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
411 provides directory assistance. Anyone can call 411 within the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada

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The Medocino County Behavioral Health ACCESS Line is a toll-free 24-hour hotline is the access point for the Mendocino County Behavioral Health System. The line provides:Program informationIntake assessmentsService referralsPatients' rights advocacy informationCrisis counselingThe line has both English and Spanish language capability. For general community social service information, contact the HELP line at (800) 575-4357.

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