Friendship House Association of American Indians in San Francisco, California
The Friendship House Association of American Indians is a non-profit organization that offers drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to Native Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area. The organization was founded in 1972 and has helped thousands of Native Americans overcome addiction and lead healthy, productive lives. The Friendship House offers a variety of programs and services, including an adult rehabilitation program, a youth program, and a family program. The organization also provides community outreach services, such as a food pantry and a clothing closet. The Friendship House is committed to helping Native Americans overcome addiction and improve their overall health and wellbeing.
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The addiction treatment business "Friendship House Association of American Indians" is located at 56 Julian Avenue in San Francisco, CA 94103.
Before visiting this location, please be sure to call Friendship House Association of American Indians at 415-865-0964 to make sure they are still open and provide the drug or alcohol addiction treatment/rehab services that you need.Total beds: 80
- State License California
- Drug Rehab
- Alcohol Rehab
- Adult Program