Minna Project

The Minna Project is a 12-24 month, culturally responsive, dual diagnosis transitional housing program with onsite supportive services.  The program is a partnership between the San Francisco Adult Probation Department (SFAPD), the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), Westside Community Services and UCSF/Citywide.  Through this dynamic and unique partnership, participants will receive onsite clinical services, case management, reenrty planning, benefits acquisition, and assistance with permanent housing placement. 

This project aims to mitigate barriers to reentry by expanding access to transitional housing and behavioral health services to support the needs of justice involved adults, reduce our overreliance on incarceration, and safely reduce the jail population.

Read Mayor Breed’s Press Release here.

Minna Launch Press Release here.

Minna Launch Video here.

Eligibility

Justice involved adults who are homeless with a history of substance use and/or mental illness.  The program will work seamlessly with justice and community partners to prioritize adults in custody, those exiting residential treatment, mental health diversion, and those from our Latinx community.

Program Access

To learn more about the referral process, please contact the CASC at 415-489-7300.

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