programs for
Middle School
Age Youth

Edgewood

The Edgewood Program provides OT services to youth, ages 12 and up, who are receiving residential mental health treatment through the Hospital Diversion Program, as well as youth in the Partial Hospitalization Program, at Edgewood. OT groups aim to develop self-awareness and build skills through activities focused on emotional regulation, coping skills, social skills, the exploration of leisure activities, and communication skills.

School-Based

The School-Based Program at OTTP-SF provides mental health services to youth with Medi-Cal insurance in San Francisco. Services are tailored to each student's needs and desires, and include individual occupational therapy and/or psychotherapy, ERMHS, case management, collateral and family support, family therapy, and psychiatric support with our nurse practitioner. The bulk of services under this program are provided in-school, however, based on the client's preferences and goals, services can be provided in the home or the community as well.

Clinic

The Clinic Partners Program partners with SF youth mental health clinics to provide OT
(and sometimes psychotherapy and/or case management) to youth who have a
mental health diagnosis and Medi-Cal coverage. Services are youth-centered, and provided across a variety of community-based settings - school, home, clinic, community - according to each young person's needs and interests.

Wraparound

The Wraparound Program is an intensive strengths-based and family-centered mental health services program lasting 12-18 months. It includes support from a Care Coordinator, an Occupational Therapist, a Psychotherapist, a Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.

Family Mosaic Project

OTTP provides OT services to youth served by the Family Mosaic Project (FMP), which is the SF County Wraparound Program for youth age 5-18. OTs engage youth in activities to identify and explore their unique strengths, interests, and values within the school, home, and community settings.

Career Awareness

An Occupational Therapist leads small groups in which students build skills around strengths, interests, and values through the use of activities. The goal is to increase students’ self-awareness in order to promote career awareness.