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Comprehensive Child Crisis Service
Address 3801 3rd St., Ste. 400, 94124
Phone 415-970-3800 (24-hour hotline)
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Hours 24 hours crisis evaluation and intervention
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3801 3rd St., Ste. 400, 94124

415-970-3800 (24-hour hotline)

415-970-3855 (FAX)

24 hours crisis evaluation and intervention

Provides a 24-hour, multilingual, crisis intervention and short-term stabilization program for families and children who are experiencing emotional distress related to family violence, physical or emotional illness, school truancy, behavioral problems and other crises. When a troubled family member or concerned observer contacts the program, the family may either arrange to come to the clinic or a crisis team may travel to the home, school or other San Francisco location to evaluate the problem. Evaluation includes assessment for inpatient hospitalization. American Sign Language / Cantonese / Spanish / Vietnamese/Tagalog.

Provides services for victims of community violence (no fee). Services include debriefings and 10 week PTSD treatment.

Provides Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) (no fee) for youth and their family. DBT is for youth experiencing chronic suicidal feelings, self-injurious behavior, substance use and truancy. DBT is offered for adolescents between the ages 13-171/2 (at the initiation of treatment). DBT is for those who currently have suicidal ideation; have a recent suicide attempt/gesture; have a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder or must have three borderline personality features that have persisted for at least one-year (e.g. parasuicidal behavior, high-risk sexual practices, substance abuse, truancy, Instigating fights, or other aggressive acts); and both the youth and a significant caretaker must be willing to participate in the treatment program.

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Comprehensive Child Crisis Service - B 3801 3rd St., Suite 400, 94124 415-970-3800 (24-Hour Hotline) 415-970-3855 (Fax) 24-hour crisis evaluation and intervention

Comprehensie Child Crisis Service provides a 24-hour, multilingual crisis intervention and short-term stabilization program for families and children who are experiencing emotional distress related to family violence, physical or emotional illness, school truancy, behavioral problems, and other crises. When a troubled family member or concerned observer contacts the program, the family may either arrange to come to the clinic or a crisis team may travel to the home, school, or other San Francisco location to evaluate the problem. Evaluation includes assessment for inpatient hospitalization. Services are available in American Sign Language, Cantonese, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Tagalog. Provides services for victims of community violence (no fee). Services include debriefings and 10 week PTSD treatment.Provides Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) (no fee) for youth and their family. DBT is for youth experiencing chronic suicidal feelings, self-injurious behavior, substance use, and truancy. DBT is offered for adolescents between the ages of 13–17 1/2 (at the initiation of treatment). DBT is for those who currently have suicidal ideation, have a recent suicide attempt/gesture, have a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder or have three borderline personality features that have persisted for at least one year (e.g. parasuicidal behavior, high-risk sexual practices, substance abuse, truancy, instigating fights, or other aggressive acts), and both the youth and a significant caretaker must be willing to participate in the treatment program.

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