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News Item 1: Grupo de apoyo para hispanohablantes
Grupo de apoyo para hispoanohablantes (Spanish-Speaking Support Group) 
Este grupo de apoyo es para familiares, parejas, amigos, y seres queridos de adultos que viven con una enfermedad mental. 
Fecha: El primer lunes de cada mes 
Horario: 6:00-7:30pm 
Sitio: Mission Mental Health (2712 Mission St.)
Alfonso Pacheco, (415) 317-5838
News Item 2: Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) Update

After passage in July, Laura's Law, now called AOT (Assisted Outpatient Treatment) a city-wide implementation committee was formed with input from NAMI SF, the DA's office, the Public Defender's office, and multiple other key agencies like the BHC, Housing Authority, SF Health Dep, etc. The work product of that effort was an Implementation Plan that has been approved by the City Attorney's Office. This plan goes to the Mental Health Board for review this month. 

AOT Fact Sheet



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