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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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Santa Clara County
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
MNHC offers pediatric primary care for children and teens. Our culturally-sensitive, kid-friendly bilingual staff work closely with parents.

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
MNHC offers sensitive, respectful and non-judgmental services that are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL for all young people of all genders from ages 12 to 21. The

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MNHC's youth program Latinos en Extasis is a peer-based program for youth of high school age, from 13 to 17. The focus of this youth development program is to inspire youth and teach them the skills they need to be positive leaders among their peers and within their community. Youth participants learn about important health educations topics, including alcohol awareness, HIV prevention, sexually transmitted infections (STI) prevention and family planning. Peer educators and staff are available …

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County (CSS) offers a special text line set up for Alameda County, CA, youth to text with the Crisis Line. Alameda County adults are also welcome to text our program.Send the word SAFE to 20121Standard message and data rates may apply. Texting with services on the 20121 short code is free on these carriers: Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Sprint, Cricket, Nextel, Boost, Virgin. For all other carriers it's standard rate, which is whatever you pay …

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Alameda County
Mental health interns have provided individual and group counseling to many children who are depressed and at risk for self-destructive behavior and/or suicide. Every year, CSS Counselors provide supportive counseling services to hundreds of children and adolescents in Alameda County Public Schools. Common experiences of these students include loss, trauma, violent environments, substance abuse, family conflict, incarceration or death of parents, and minimal community support. Our counselors …

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Alameda County
To prevent suicide through training and education within the community. We work to dispel the myths and combat the stigma surrounding suicide by talking about it openly. By raising awareness and giving people the knowledge and skills to recognize suicidal behavior and provide safe and effective intervention, we can save lives.Programs Offered:Teens for Life:School-Based Suicide PreventionMental Health ConsultationCommunity Gatekeeper TrainingMental Health First Aid

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Alameda County
We work with children who have endured a lot of trauma-divorce, homelessness, death of a parent, domestic violence, and life-threatening illness. We serve kids on the Autism spectrum, as well as kids with ADHD, other brain-based issues and hard to diagnose learning disabilities. This is a team-based approach with parents, teachers, school staff and our therapists. And our interventions are multi-level with therapy for the children and consultation and education to families, the teachers and …

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San Francisco County
This intensive program trains 10 postgraduate fellows for up to two years during which time they provide clinical services and receive training and supervision from some of the Bay Area's top clinicians. The first, full-time training year can be followed by an optional second, part-time year designed to support fellows through licensure and assist them with their unique career paths. All fellows receive a minimum of three hours of individual supervision per week and participate in a didactic …

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