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California Counseling Institute
Address 4614 California St., San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone 415-752-1702
Email
Website
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 8am-9pm
Language(s)
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4614 California St., (at Eight Ave), 94118

415-752-1702

M-F: 8am-9pm

Offers short- and long-term counseling as well as educational programs and workshops to churches and the community. We assist clients with the following concerns: significant life changes (deaths, births, etc.), emotional problems, relationship problems, family problems, substance abuse (evaluation, counseling and referral), work stress, sexual issues, child abuse, spousal abuse and elder abuse. Sliding scale fee schedule is determined by income and size of family. Fees are payable at the time of service. Accepts payment from insurance companies that offer mental health coverage.


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California Child, Youth and Family Coalition - California Youth Crisis Line Ð B

      1220 H St., Ste. 103, Sacramento 95814 (Administrative

P.O. Box 161448, Sacramento, 95816 (Mailing Address)

800-843-5200

916-340-0510 (FAX) askus@calyouth.org (Email)

24 hours daily, 7 days a week


A statewide, toll free, 24-hour confidential phone line available to young people, primarily between the ages of 12-24, and those concerned about them. Provide crisis intervention counseling on issues such as abuse, assault, gang membership, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender issues, and suicide. Provide support, encouragement and referrals relating to and for youth who have run away or are in other high-risk situations. Services are free. Spanish translation available.


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California Counseling Institute - T 4614 California St. (at Eighth Ave.), 94118 415-752-1702 415-933-8593 (Fax) M–F: 8 a.m.–8 p.m., S: By appointment

California Counseling Institute offers short- and long-term counseling as well as educational programs and workshops to churches and the community. We assist clients with the following concerns: significant life changes (deaths, births, etc.), emotional problems, relationship problems, family problems, substance abuse (evaluation, counseling and referral), work stress, sexual issues, child abuse, spousal abuse and elder abuse. The sliding-scale fee schedule is determined by income and size of family. Fees are payable at the time of service. Payment from insurance companies that offer mental health coverage is accepted.

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