Walden House

Serving clients with mental health and substance use disorder issues at various residential and outpatient facilities throughout California, including in-custody treatment programs and services for people transitioning back into their communities.

For over four decades, the programs of Walden House have been providing behavioral health services to those in need. Our professionals work with clients to match them with effective treatment within a continuum of care that includes residential treatment, outpatient programs, and in-custody services.

Walden House was founded in 1969 in the Haight Ashbury district of San Francisco to help homeless and runaway adolescents with substance use disorder issues. Walden House and Haight Ashbury Free Clinics merged in 2011 to form HealthRIGHT 360.

Since graduating from Walden House, I have gone on to become a successful non-profit leader and helped to raise millions of dollars to support human service and youth development organizations in our community. In my personal life, I am a loving husband and proud father of twin boys. I am a home owner, volunteer and mentor. Without Walden House, this would not have been possible.