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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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CANHR's online guide has in-depth information on all 1,300+ nursing homes in California, including interactive searches, comparisons and details on violations, complaints and services.

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CANHR's residential care guide includes basic information on Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFEs/Assisted Living), including licensing and ownership information, and, for those facilities who responded to our survey, basic information about services provided.

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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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CYO's residential care facilities, distribution of housing subsidies and wrap-around case management provide vulnerable people with freedom to focus on restoring stability and hope in other areas of their lives.Programs: 10th & Mission Family Housing Assisted Housing & Health Derek Silva Community Edith Witt Senior Community Hazel Betsey Community Homelessness Prevention Leland House Peter Claver

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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 Mateo County
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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San Francisco County-San Francisco
San Mateo County
Hospitality Houses's Sixth Street Self-Help Center is a drop-in center where people can safely tend to their primary needs: escaping the cold, resting free of traffic, noise, or harassment, or just using the restroom. It is also a meeting ground where neighborhood residents struggling with homelessness and poverty can access services, connect with their community, and work to stabilize their lives. The case management team provides individualized counseling and care planning including …

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
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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Tenderloin Outpatient Clinic offers mental health assessment and treatment to any resident of San Francisco County. The clinic provides: Risk assessments Comprehensive mental health diagnostic assessments Medication evaluations and treatment (including labwork and primary care linkage), Individual and group therapy Activity groups (including art, yoga, and meditation groups) Harm Reduction groups, and case management including support around entitlements, housing, and vocational training

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