Felton Institute Services for Adults
Felton’s Adult Division responds by placing a particular emphasis on the needs of low-income individuals and families, people living with disabilities, and the deaf. We work with people from all walks of life.
Sliding Scale Policy at Felton Institute’s 1500 Franklin Clinic in San Francisco:
No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay. There is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available, based on family size and income.
Complimentary program to Adult Care Management (ACM) providing a continuum of care to stabilize lives, secure housing, and connect clients to essential social services.
Intensive case management and intervention for low-income and homeless adults with serious, persistent mental illness or substance abuse challenges.
Empowers Deaf & Hard of Hearing clients to live self-sufficient lives through a transformative focus on their overall well-being. DCCS supports and educates the community on the importance of healing through a comprehensive lens, integrating care for their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral health.
Resources and early crisis intervention for individuals and families at immediate risk of eviction.
LOSS provides resources, support, connection, and understanding immediately after a suicide loss and for the months and years that follow. This program is an active peer model of postvention made up of a team of trained survivors and professionals working together as LOSS team volunteers.
The mission of San Francisco Suicide Prevention (SFSP) is to provide emotional support, education, assistance, and intervention as necessary to all persons in crisis and those impacted by them, with the goal of reducing suicides and self-destructive behaviors. SFSP merged into Felton Institute in 2019.
The TAY Acture Linkage program aims to improve the long-term health, well-being, and safety of Transitional Age Youth (TAY), ages 16 through 24, through developmentally responsive mental health linkage and support services to TAY and their family following a mental health crisis.
Program assisting youth, ages 16-25, with serious and persistent mental illness, substance abuse and homelessness, to help stabilize their lives and assist them with achieving life goals, self-sufficiency and greater independence.