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HealthRight 360 Mens Program offers Substance Abuse Treatment services in San Francisco, CA

HealthRight 360 Mens Program is categorized as a Substance Abuse treatment facility, but may provide additional health care support.

For detailed questions about the health care provider at HealthRight 360 Mens Program, you may contact their San Francisco offices via phone at 415-701-5100 x5174.

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Type of Opioid Treatment

Kevin Maddalena

2019-11-07 22:37:04 via Google

Health Right 360 is pretty dang awesome. They are able to help you get healthy in just about anyway. Physical, Mental, Substance Abuse, Dental...etc The doctors are pretty awesome or at least my doctor here is; Sammy she's a great doctor. Health Right 360 treats everyone without judgment or prejudice; doesn't matter if your homeless or a baller they will treat you with respect. They are very helpful as well if you are financially challenged Check them out get healthy

irene lopez

2019-09-06 18:57:45 via Google

Cindia my worker helped me in so many ways and was great getting info i needed, help with paperwork , and my doctor apps and just being there to give me support and help me feel confident..and she had good patience with me too,i can be a bit of a brat, and moody and very emotional at times..and she was there for me when i had no one ...

Joshua Owen

2019-08-05 02:57:09 via Google

I graduated the program last year and was pretty happy with them until recently. I went back through detox last week to get my head straight, but ended up in the ICU with a heart problem. While I was gone they discharged me so U had nowhere to go once I got out of the hospital. When I went back to get my belongings (everything I own) my things were gone. Some I found on the new roommate's drawers, like my bible and beard trimmers, but the rest was just GONE and noone knows where it is. I am so disappointed. The staff member in charge of detox tonight boldface LIED to me about my property and also told me that the evening manager was not there....but she was. This is the same staff member I've seen spun out, buying dope at the Civic Center. Boo, Walden House. Boo. This breaks my heart.

Tracie Palmer

2019-03-14 21:20:25 via Google

The outpatient program is great. The residential rehab is as good or better than most. It's the women's step down that brought the overall score way down. If you're female and use the res rehab, do your best to get in the outpatient and bypass the RSD for some other SLE. Too many good women relapsed behind the director's "management '.

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