Community Resources

Top resources in San Francisco recommended by NAMI.

San Francisco Mental Health Peer-Run Warm Line

1-855-845-7415

Emotional support and information about mental health resources. As peers, we have also had our own mental health challenges and use that experience to help others who may be struggling now. Monday-Friday, 12-8pm; chat option available at www.mentalhealthsf.org

 

San Francisco County Mental Health Access

Tel: 415-255-3737 / toll free: 1-888-246-3333
* Access line for those eligible for county services
* Those with Medi-Cal or with no insurance
* For more information, go to:  http://sfhomeless.wikia.com/wiki/San_Francisco_Department_of_Public_Health_-_Community_Behavioral_Health_Services_-_Administration

 

Free Print Shop

http://www.freep.org
A guide to free food, free shelter, free medicine, and solutions to neighborhood problems in San Francisco.

Citywide Case Management

http://www.cw-cf.org/Home
Psychiatric services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, often co-existing with substance abuse.

 

Felton Institute

http://www.felton.org
Social services, with special emphasis on the needs of low-income families, children, the elderly, and disabled people.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

http://www.pparx.org/
The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need through the program that is right for them.

 

DORE URGENT CARE CENTER (DUCC)

Psychiatric Emergency Service
52 Dore Street, between Folsom & Howard, and between 9th and 10th.
415-553-3100
http://sfhomeless.wikia.com/wiki/Dore

DUCC is a social model rehabilitation approach to crisis intervention. The program is designed to assist SFGH Psychiatric Emergency (PES) and other hospital emergency services by accepting adult clients in psychiatric crisis who do not require hospitalization but who are currently taken to PES for evaluation and treatment. Call and ask for a clinician to present a client. In many cases we can help arrange transportation.

DUCC takes referrals from Mobile Crisis, SFPD, community mental health clinics, case managers, outside clinics, PES triage and medical emergency rooms.

 

Jail Psychiatric Services

a part of Haight Asbury Free Clinics, Inc. has been providing psychiatric treatment to inmates at the San Francisco City and County Jail System since March of 1973. JPS offers a full spectrum of mental health care including evaluation and assessments, crisis intervention, individual treatment, group treatment, referral for hospitalization, day treatment program services, a sheltered living unit and after care services.

An inmate may self-refer OR concerned family or friends may request JPS intervention. Most referrals are made by jail medical services, the sheriff’s department and the courts. JPS also accepts referrals form the San Francisco Community Mental Health System and private practitioners

Jail Aftercare Services is a program component of Jail Psychiatric Services. With Aftercare Services, JPS is reaching out to a special population: The chronically mentally ill inmate who may also have a concurrent substance abuse problem (the dually diagnosed) and who may or may not be connected to community resources.

The JPS administrative office is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  For more information or to make a referral, please call 415-995-1700  or go to their website at http://www.jailpsych.org/index.html