Full Circle Family Program (FCFP)

Felton’s Full Circle Family Program (FCFP)

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An outpatient mental health program serving diverse, low-income children and teens ages 4-21 years old and their families. Full Circle Family Program (FCFP) brings together evidence-based intervention models specifically designed for children facing a range of behavioral health issues, including severe and persistent mental illness, trauma-related conditions, and family and intergenerational conflicts, reunification, recent immigration, and domestic violence/ community violence. The program uses a family strengths approach, working with children in the constellation of their caregivers, family and broader support systems, including schools and community based organizations.

What is Behavioral Mental Health?

Based on the most recent data, one in four Americans experience a mental illness or substance abuse disorder each year, and the majority also has a co-morbid physical health condition. FCFP provides essential behavioral health care services to over 120 clients every year. In recent years, the challenges and barriers to providing these behavioral health services have increased significantly. In response, community based organizations have expanded approaches to providing effective treatment options, including better integration of behavioral health care services into the broader health care continuum.

Who We Are

Childhood and adolescence are important developmental periods in a person’s life. Nonetheless, mental health disorders and other behavioral issues can be a heavy burden for children and teens as well as their families. At FCFP, we offer a full range of services designed to help children and families heal and live a better quality of life.

We’re located at:

1500 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Main: (415) 474-7310 Ext. 453
Fax: (415) 673-2488

Who We Serve

Felton’s Full Circle Family Program (FCFP) assists minors living in San Francisco living in the following communities; Mission, Tenderloin, South of Market, Western Addition, Mission, Bay View-Hunters Point and Visitation Valley neighborhoods of San Francisco who have emotional and behavioral difficulties.

FCFP focuses on serving target populations of greatest need, including foster care children, dually diagnosed, LGBTQ identified, children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, are homeless, and other underserved populations.
The program works with issues of:

  • trauma, lack of safety at the community level due to issues of violence, and premature death of a family member or someone they know
  • child abuse and neglect
  • children who exhibit challenging behaviors at school and/or home
  • depression
  • anxiety disorders
  • low self-esteem
  • eating disorders

Referral Sources

Children and families are referred by San Francisco Community Behavioral Health Services, San Francisco Unified School District, foster care and other community based organizations, as well as families themselves.

Click here for a link to FCFP Referral form.

What makes our program unique?

  • Access to individual, family therapy and case management and medication services for children, youth, and their families
  • Access to comprehensive mental health services to young children, youth and their families
  • Access to a holistic approach to address the social and emotional needs of families
  • Access to innovative and culturally sensitive approaches to community mental health, including evidence-based modalities such as the Functional Family Therapy
  • Access to community-based resources and supports

Family-Centered & Community-Based

Children with receive intervention in a community-based setting, thereby allowing families to have access to other supports and resources in the community, including parent support groups, referral services, on-site and off-site mental health services.

Services Provided

Clinical services offered focus on assessment, diagnostic evaluation, plan development, consultation, case management, individual and/or family therapy, crisis intervention, rehabilitation, medication support services, and collateral services. These services are provided at our clinic as well as in the schools and in clients’ homes and communities. We seek to meet clients and families wherever is most comfortable and appropriate for their needs.


Children and families in the program also receive:

  • Individual and Family Therapy and other adjunct forms of treatment / support, as warranted
  • Family Systems assessment and interventions
  • Mental Health Services: Assessment, Plan Development, Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Collateral
  • Case Management
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Mental Health outreach and promotion
  • Referrals to other community based programs

Services available are offered in the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish

Regular hours of operation are 9am to 5pm., Monday through Friday. Appointment times are potentially available until 8:00pm at the clinic, in the home, or in the community.

What role does Felton play in helping children and families dealing with behavioral health issues?

Felton seeks to make outpatient mental health services more accessible to San Francisco residents by targeting EPSDT eligible residents who are not currently served by the San Francisco community mental health system. The goal of the program is to promote individual, family and community well-being. As an advocate for increased access to services for those dealing with mental health issues, Felton helps to provide the latest information regarding assessment, diagnostic evaluation, consultation, case management, crisis intervention, rehabilitation, medication support, collaterals, evaluation and research.

For referreal information, please contact:

Charisse Lloyd, Program Manager
Full Circle Family Program
1500 Franklin Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94109
Main: (415) 474-7310 Ext. 453
Fax: (415) 673-2488
Email: clloyd@felton.org

For General Program information, please contact:

TBH, Mental Health Director
Children, Youth and Family Division
1500 Franklin Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco CA 94109
Telephone: (415) 474-7310 Ext. 794
Fax: (415) 673-2488
Email: fcfp@felton.org

Yohana Quiroz, M.A.
Chief Operations Officer of the Children, Youth, Family and Transitional Age Youth services
2730 Bryant Street, 1st Floor
San Francisco, CA 94110
Telephone: (415)474-7310 Ext. 101
Fax: (415)648-1098
Email: yquiroz@felton.org

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