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The Citywide Roving Team provides behavioral health case management, and primary medical and psychiatric care to formerly homeless individuals living in permanent supportive housing.The Roving Team provides on-site services at designated hotels and residences. Client services are provided by outreach to the residents in the hotels. The program clinicians are also available by phone for consultation, and to respond to crisis situations. Other services include: Mental health and substance abuse …

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San Francisco County

Homeless Mentally Ill

A program of 311, the San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team provides on location mental health assessment and services for homeless persons in San Francisco. If you are concerned about someone who appears to be homeless or in need of services, you can contact 311 and they will (if able to) dispatch a member of SFHOT.

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Homeless People

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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San Francisco County-San Francisco
The Mission Neighborhood Resource Center (MNRC) advocates for housing and resources to enhance the physical, social, emotional and economic health of homeless residents in the 16th street corridor and surrounding Mission neighborhood. MNRC employs a service model based on harm-reduction principles and practices that focus on community building, basic human needs, and integrated health services for a diverse population as they move toward greater stability and well being. MNRC offers services …

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Homeless Youth

BayLegal's Youth Justice Project provides disadvantaged youth and adolescents with holistic supports, services, and legal representation and by providing early identification and intervention through a collaborative partnership with community-based religious leaders. The Youth Justice Project provides legal assistance in the following areas: foster care, Health Access, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), education, housing, homeless youth services, and Alameda Collaborative Courts, improving …

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