RAMS Child, Youth & Family (CYF) Outpatient Clinic provides support to children, youth and their families who have been impacted by mental health challenges. Additionally, CYF partners with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and the Department of Public Health (DPH) to provide mental health services to Special Education students at middle schools and high schools across the city through our School-Based Mental Health Partnership (SBMHP).
CYF Outpatient Clinic
Individual and family therapy
Psychiatric evaluation and medication management
Psychological testing and assessment (for established therapy clients at the program)
Parenting consultation and psychoeducation
Outreach, linkages and referrals
School-Based Mental Health Partnership (SBMHP)
Individual and group therapy and counseling
Consultation and Collaboration with SFUSD staff and care team members
Who We Serve
CYF Outpatient Services clinicians and counselors serve children and youth up to 21 years old. Most participating children and youth access our services through public health insurance (e.g. Medi-Cal) and are referred to RAMS through the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Behavioral Health Access Center.
SBMHP clinicians are placed at several middle schools and high schools across the city serving students who have Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and are eligible for Educationally Related Mental Health Services (ERMHS).