The Minna Project
The Minna Project is a 12-24 month, culturally responsive, dual diagnosis therapeutic residence with onsite supportive and clinical services. The program is a partnership between the Westside Community Services, UCSF Citywide Forensics, the San Francisco Adult Probation Department (SFAPD), the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH). Participants receive clinical and case management services, reentry planning, and assistance with permanent housing placement.
Eligibility: The program is open to all justice-involved adults in San Francisco who are homeless with a history of substance use and/or mental illness. The program will prioritize adults exiting drug treatment programs, mental health diversion, and those from our Latinx community.