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Description of Crisis Residential Programs

Shrader House
est. 1973, is a 12 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. It is located in San Francisco’s North of Panhandle (NOPA) neighborhood.

La Posada est. 1977, is a 10 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. This program emphasizes service to the Spanish-speaking community with bilingual Spanish-speaking staff on duty 24 hours a day. It is located in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood.

Progress Place est. 1982, is an 8 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. This program is able to work with all adult and young adult age groups including Transition Age Youth (TAY), who are 16 and 17 and with persons over the age of 60. It is located in the City of Napa in Napa County.

Avenues est. 2000, is a 12 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. It is located in San Francisco’s inner Sunset neighborhood.

Progress-Sonoma est. 2006, is a 10 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. It is located in Santa Rosa.

Dore Residence est. 2008, is a 14 bed psychiatric crisis residential treatment program. It is located in San Francisco's South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood.