Felton’s Core Service Areas
Early Care and Education
Embodying the values, policies and practices that support the right of every infant and young child.
Felton Institute provides early care and education through the Children, Youth, and Family Division. The programs cater to the babies and at-risk children, up to six years of age, of low-income families, providing health and educational services, such as daycare, preschool, special needs inclusion and intervention, and nutrition management.
Supporting, educating and destigmatizing mental illness as a critical part of overall wellness.
Mental health services are provided in five counties, using rigorous, data-driven, and evidence-based practices. To help clients and their families manage mental illness throughout their lifetime, the comprehensive treatment includes care management, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, algorithm guided medication management, individual and family group therapy, and educational and vocational counseling.
SF Suicide Prevention
Providing free and confidential crisis support and prevention for you and your loved ones.
San Francisco Suicide Prevention is the oldest community-based telephone crisis center in the United States. It provides emotional support and crisis intervention for those at risk for suicide and emotional distress. SFSP answers more than 300 calls a day, saving lives with 24/7 hotlines. Other services include outreach work, training, and support services.
Bolstering communities by addressing the basic needs that families find themselves unable to provide.
The primary focus of Felton’s Family Support program is to provide emotional support, and direct services to those in need, through Felton’s Health and Wellness Resource Center and food bank. Case management is available to expectant and parenting families up to age 19, so they may have access to health, education, and social services for which they are eligible.
Envisioning and taking steps towards a society which individuals are treated with equality and respect.
Felton Institute collaborates with various local agencies and officials to provides rapid response, community engagement, service linkage, and relationship-building assistance. Focus is given to those who are insecurely housed or unhoused, the formerly incarcerated, those with substance use and unaddressed mental health disorders. Taking a harm-reduction approach, Felton services include case management, assessments and wellness intervention.
Creating opportunities to help older adults remain in the community and age with dignity and high quality of life.
Comprehensive case management, counseling, and psychiatric services are provided for older adults under Felton Institute’s Senior Division. In-home and clinic-based services are offered, including evidence-based practices and assessments for seniors with disabilities. Workforce training for older adults is also available, often leading to permanent job placement.
Social Service Programs
At Felton Institute, we place special emphasis on the needs of low-income families, children, the elderly, and people living with disabilities.