Who We Serve

OTTP-SF provides mental health services to youth, ages 3-24, who reside in the San Francisco Bay Area. Youth are referred to us through their schools, from the Department of Public Health Behavioral Health Services, community partners, social workers, and youth and families themselves. The referral process is dependent upon the program the youth is being referred to.

Youth may be referred to us because they are facing mental health challenges, impacts from trauma, learning disabilities, social emotional difficulties, and/or developmental delays. They may also have special education status, be economically disadvantaged, be on probation or detained, be pregnant or parenting, or navigating the foster care system.


Department of Public Health/Behavioral Health Services
Out-Patient Mental Health Services
Family Mosaic Project

San Francisco Unified School District/Special Education
Shoestrings Project

San Francisco Unified School District/ County Community Schools
Independence High School
Civic Center Secondary School

Edgewood Center for Children and Families

Department of Rehabilitation

TAY Employment Program

Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families

Career Awareness
Detention Services- Girls Services
Connective Services