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Acceptance Place

Acceptance Place offers residential treatment services designed to serve male individuals identifying as Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender (F/M) with substance use disorders. Our program helps clients address addiction and related issues, increase skills, manage stressors, connect to supportive services, and build a foundation for lasting recovery. This residential inpatient program runs 24/7 for 90 days. Acceptance […]

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Integrated Care Center

Integrated Care Center (ICC) provides compassionate, non-judgmental care. Our supportive staff is experienced with the complex healthcare needs that can result from homelessness, poverty, and addiction. Our providers have specialized expertise in preventative health, chronic conditions, the treatment of infectious diseases, and addiction. Services Clinic Hours Monday through Friday8:30 AM – 12 PM and 1

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Haight Ashbury Medical Clinics

Haight Ashbury Medical Clinics offer primary care, medication assisted treatment, and mental health services guided by the principle that “Healthcare is a Right, Not a Privilege.” History When Dr. David Smith opened Haight Ashbury Free Clinics in 1967, it was the first nonsectarian free medical clinic in the United States. Over 400 patients were seen

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Women’s HOPE

Residential Treatment Program for Women and Women with Children.Healing. Opportunities. Parenting. Education. The team of providers at Women’s HOPE includes parenting counselors, therapists, and SUD counselors who provide wrap around services to support and empower our participants as they reach toward their goals. This residential program offers specialized care to the underserved female population of

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The Resource Center

Employment, Education & Housing Assistance The goal of HealthRIGHT 360 Re-Entry Services is to empower individuals who struggle with low literacy, histories of homelessness, limited work histories, criminal records, substance abuse, and physical and mental health concerns to attain self-sufficiency, wellness, and the realization of their ultimate potential by building skills, providing support, and role

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SoMa RISE

SoMa RISE is a low-barrier program for people who are unhoused and have issues with substance use. At SoMa RISE, participants can access clean bathrooms, showers, food, and a place to rest. SoMa RISE acts as a gateway to connect participants to vital services that help them improve their living situation and well-being (including but

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Social Model Detox

The Social Detox Center is a 3-7 day detoxification/withdrawal management program. The Social Detox Center is a 3-7 day detoxification program. Each client’s length of stay in treatment is determined by a variety of factors, including the history and severity of addiction and need for ongoing stabilization services. While in program clients may attend daily

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Sober Living Environments

Transitional living opportunities to help individuals meet their treatment goals HealthRIGHT 360 offers Sober Living Environment Programs as an interim step-down level of care for participants who have achieved significant progress toward treatment goals, but who are not yet ready to fully step down to community-based living. Participants in this variable-length program live in one

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Residential Stepdown (Men and Women) Treasure Island

Residential Stepdown (RSD) services are available to beneficiaries who are stepping down from inpatient/residential substance use disorder treatment. Clients must be concurrently in treatment, specifically in outpatient (OP), intensive outpatient (IOP), Opioid Treatment Program (OTP), or Outpatient (aka Ambulatory) Withdrawal Management (OP-WM) settings. RSD provides a temporary, drug and alcohol-free environment to residents that are

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Representative Payee Services

Money management assistance to ensure that food, clothing, shelter and daily living needs are met In March 1995, Walden House began providing Representative Payee services to individuals who receive financial benefits from Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or the Social Security Administration (SSA). The program provides qualifying individuals with money management assistance to ensure that their

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