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Description of Transitional Residential Treatment Program

Progress House
est. 1969, is a 10 bed psychiatric transitional residential treatment program. This program has an in-house Day Treatment program which includes a full range of verbal and non-verbal group meetings, community meetings, symptom management, relapse prevention, skill building, pre-vocational, processing and adjunctive therapy as well as educational workshops aimed at developing healthy living in the community. Additionally, clients work on individual treatment plans and activities of daily living during the day. There is a structured program during the evenings also. Progress House offers DBT Skills Training (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and specializes in services to LGBT clients. The target length of stay is 3 months. It is located in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood.

La Amistad est. 1978, is a 13 bed psychiatric transitional residential treatment program. La Amistad emphasizes service to the Spanish-speaking community, with bicultural, bilingual Spanish-speaking staff available. This program has an in-house Day Treatment program which includes a full range of verbal and non-verbal group meetings, community meetings, symptom management, relapse prevention, skill building, pre-vocational, processing and adjunctive therapy as well as educational workshops aimed at developing healthy living in the community. Additionally, clients work on individual treatment plans and activities of daily living during the day. There is a structured program during the evenings and the program offers DBT Skills Training. The target length of stay is 3 months. It is located in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood.

Cortland House est.1982, is an 10 bed psychiatric transitional residential treatment program. This program emphasizes service to the African –American community. This program has an in-house Day Treatment program which includes a full range of verbal and non-verbal group meetings, community meetings, symptom management, relapse prevention, skill building, pre-vocational, processing and adjunctive therapy as well as educational workshops aimed at developing healthy living in the community. Additionally, clients work on individual treatment plans and activities of daily living during the day. There is a structured program during the evenings also. The target length of stay is 3 months. It is located in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood.

Bella House est. 2006, is a 12 bed psychiatric transitional residential program in the city of Napa. Laurel House, est. 1984 and Randolph House, est. 1992 were consolidated into this one program. This program has an in-house structured treatment program, and over the length of their stay clients are assisted in developing a planned schedule of activities and services outside the house during the day, in combination with groups provided in-house. Clients who have not yet established their schedule work on individual treatment plans and activities of daily living during the day. The maximum length of stay is 1 year.