Bridge to Wellness (BTW)- Psychiatric Outpatient Services

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Bridge to Wellness (BTW) – Psychiatric Outpatient Services - T 1460 Pine St. (Near Polk St.), 94109 415-255-3737 (Main Line) (Admissions Coordinator: Yoshi Hirayama) 415-202-0584 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. and S:10 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

BTW is a non-profit adult psychiatric outpatient program of Richmond Area Multi-services, Inc. (RAMS) and San Francisco General Hospital, Department of Psychiatry. BTW is comprised of two levels of care: a short-term Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and a longer-term Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). BTW provides group psychotherapy as well as individual psychiatric and case coordination services to persons with serious and persistent mental health conditions, including those with co-occurring disorders. BTW goals are to minimize the impact of major mental illness on clients’ lives, to prevent relapse and hospitalization, and to facilitate clients’ return to social functioning and community living. Treatment is offered in a culturally sensitive environment that serves the diverse mental health needs of people living in San Francisco. Clients must have a Major Axis I psychiatric diagnosis. Clients are required to have Medicare or comparable insurance. Intake appointment by referral or by phone.

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