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PROPEL is a program of Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) funded by the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD). We work to support, train and place individuals, both mental health consumers and family members, who are seeking to be employed or volunteer as peer personnel in the Public Mental Health System (PMHS). We also assist employers in the California PMHS in recruiting and retaining consumer and family member staff through workforce integration.

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Marin County
San Francisco County
A mental health stigma-elimination speakers bureau.SOLVE seeks to replace misconceptions and harmful beliefs about mental health challenges with our stories of recovery in free community presentations throughout the City and County of San Francisco.SOLVE addresses 3 main kinds of stigma:

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The Peer-Run Warm Line, a non-emergency resource for anyone seeking support, serves our community. The Warm Line provides assistance via phone and web chat to people who need to reach out when having a hard time. We offer emotional support and information about mental health resources.

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PRT provides individual 1:1 support, trainings, anti-stigma presentations and helps facilitate an annual conference (ICHC) for hoarding and cluttering issues.

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San Francisco County-San Francisco
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.

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Alameda County
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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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Alameda County
Peer Workforce Supportive Services is a program of San Francisco Suicide Prevention in partnership with Richmond Area Multiservices, Inc (RAMS). Four major services are or will be available to professionals in the mental health services workforce: Telephone and Online Support - an anonymous telephone and chat services staffed by peers, specifically for mental health workers with lived experience of mental health challenges. Peer Led Support Groups (Drop In)

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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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San Francisco County-San Francisco
Hermanos de Luna y Sol (Brothers of the Moon and Sun), is an HIV risk-reduction intervention program for Spanish-speaking gay/bisexual men. Established in 1995, HLS offers peer social support and a safe, fun environment where participants can connect with others with similar experiences. The program is based on research by Dr. Rafael M. Diaz and emphasizes cultural pride, community building, and personal empowerment as key factors that enhance a persons ability to practice safer sex, avoid HIV …

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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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