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Check the programs page for details. Also, hours for classes are subject to change.
Counseling Hours: Vary depending on appointments. If you are interested in setting up a counseling appointment, we also will accept walk-ins during the clinic hours.
We have a 3,000 sq. ft. space with two exam rooms, a kitchen, a recording studio, and youth center area. You can see pictures of our location in the gallery tab.
3rd Street has information about many educational opportunities (ex. scholarships, college tours, college readiness programs), and we are happy to help you with your resume. We also post about educational opportunities and services on our Facebook page. However, we do not have traditional academic services, such as tutoring.
You can read more about our mission here. Here are some of our specific goals:
3rd Street offers clinic services (including HIV & STD testing, birth control counseling, prenatal care, and physicals) and counseling services. We also have youth-enrichment classes and programs, and we hold events with community partners.
3rd Street Youth Center and Clinic focuses on holistic health – instead of only addressing one part, we address all parts of your health. We don’t just talk about physical health, we also talk about feeling good in other ways – making healthy decisions, dealing with peer pressure, etc.
3rd Street is also the only youth clinic in Bayview Hunters Point. We are able to serve the BVHP community by filling the need for youth health services.
Lastly, 3rd Street addresses health issues in a unique and fun way. For example, we talk about trauma, which is something that comes up a lot, through the music program and poetry classes.
You can apply to be one of our Youth Action Board members – for more info, go here, or contactRonnishia Johnson. As a YAB member, you can earn a stipend, and also gain important workplace skills. We also hire Youth Interns – contact Ronnishia Johnson for info.
We also have lots of information about jobs and job opportunities at our center, and we are happy to help you with your resume! We post about job opportunities on our Facebook page.
The therapists at 3rd Street are here to talk to you about whatever is on your mind. You can find more information about the therapists in the Counseling FAQ below, and in the counseling tab.
No, you can be seen by the therapist as long as you are between the ages of 12-24.
The referral form is available online that gives basic information about yourself or the person you want to refer. The referral form can be faxed or completed in person, whichever is easier for you. You can even call, talk to our therapist, and fill out the form together.
3rd Street offers many different times of sessions. You can have an individual session, a session with your family, or a session with your boyfriend or girlfriend. The therapist and you can decide what choice is best for you.
You can call the general 3rd Street phone number, 415-822-1707. Someone will then direct you to the Counseling Services. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth come to 3rd Street for counseling for many reasons. In general, counseling sessions are a safe space for youth to talk and express their feelings.
People often come to talk about problems in school, family problems, feeling stressed or annoyed, losing someone they love, and relationships. Whatever you want to talk about, the staff at 3rd Street is ready to help.
All session are confidential. We don’t tell anyone about what you say. There are times when we need to make sure that everyone is safe and get a team together to support you or anyone at risk.