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Bridge Substance Use Clinic at Alameda Health System, Highland Hospital

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Bridge Substance Use Clinic at Alameda Health System, Highland Hospital
1411 E 31st St, OA-1, Oakland, CA 94602

Contact Information

Bridge Clinic Substance Use Navigator (SUN):
Call or Text: (510) 545-2765
Email: SUN@alamedahealthsystem.org
Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
Same-day responses and services
Telehealth and in-person available
We welcome:
Same-day services with Bridge Clinic via Substance Use Navigators are available to everyone, regardless of insurance status. English and Spanish-speaking staff are available, and interpreter services are available for other languages.
Same-day access and availability:
Same-day services available by telehealth and some in-person. Some intensive treatment services require insurance authorization, but people can receive other services while getting insurance eligibility in place.
Core services:
Recovery Services:
– One-on-one counseling
– Relapse Prevention Groups
– Drug & alcohol education

Substance use clinical services:
• Medications for addiction treatment with specialists, including treatment for opioids (pills, heroin, etc.), alcohol, cocaine, methamphetamine. Example life-saving medications for addiction include buprenorphine (Suboxone), naloxone (Narcan), naltrexone (Vivitrol) and more.
• Telehealth and on-site services at the Bridge Clinic (located at Highland Hospital, OA-1), behavioral health services, and intensive outpatient treatment.
• Expert advice on any clinical issue relating to addiction.
Additional services on-site:
Special Services
– Parenting Classes
– Childcare Services
– Mental Health Services Referral
– Anger Management
– HIV Education and Resources
– Clean and Sober Outings

Case Management
– Develop a healthy lifestyle
– Develop new parenting techniques
– Locate housing or a live-in recovery program
– Find employment or get job training.
Download flyers:
Download flyers and brochures here: https://www.ebgtz.org/resource/bridge-clinic/
Please bring (required and recommended documents):
People will be seen regardless of insurance or documentation, but please share whatever insurance and ID is available to support the full scope of services.

Hours

Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Highlighted Services

Substance use treatment, counseling and groups

Providers

Dr. Andrew Herring
Dr. Erik Anderson
Dr. Monish Ullal
Dr. David Tian
Dr. Nicola Longmuir

Languages Available

English and Espanol among staff, plus interpreter services for other languages

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic
5400 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609

Contact Information

Access during COVID outbreak:
-Most visits are done by phone; very limited in-person visits available based on provider assessment of necessity. Please call to schedule before coming in. Responses within 2-3 hours if you leave a message.
-for case management and mental health services, use same contact info below

Contact and linkage to care person:
Teresa Courville, RN, MN, CPN
Phone 510-428-3885 x 2827 or
Main office phone (510) 428-3387

PrEP Contact:
Lela Bachrach
Lela.Bachrach@ucsf.edu
We welcome:
Insured and uninsured, Medi-Cal, Accepted Sliding Scale; most private insurances. Referral to California Children’s Services based on diagnosis and financial eligibility. Documented and undocumented. We serve any youth ages 11 to 24 yrs. Females under age 11 who have attained physical maturity are also treated. We will see anyone with or without insurance (public or private) in our age group.
Same-day access and availability:
Core services:
Comprehensive team approach; Medical case management; Mental health services; In-person or phone interpretive services; On-site pediatric dental services; Nutritional assessments; Benefits counseling; Prenatal consultation visit for HIV+ women prior to delivery; Referral for teen sexual health to Teen Clinic, PEP and PrEP; Transition to young adult care education and planning; International adoption medical/psychosocial evaluation for children with perinatally acquired HIV; Follow up of child victims of sexual assault after initial evaluation in the ED
Additional services on-site:
Additional services off-site:
Please bring (required and recommended documents):

Highlighted Services

Free HIV Testing; Free STD Testing; Navigation services provided; PrEP for uninsured available; PEP offered

Languages Available

English, Spanish

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Pediatric HIV Program
5400 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609

Contact Information

Access during COVID outbreak:
-Most visits are done by phone; very limited in-person visits available based on provider assessment of necessity. Please call to schedule before coming in. Responses within 2-3 hours if you leave a message.
-for case management and mental health services, use same contact info below

Contact and linkage to care person:
Teresa Courville, RN, MN, CPN
Phone 510-428-3885 x 2827 or
Main office phone (510) 428-3387

PrEP Contact:
Lela Bachrach
Lela.Bachrach@ucsf.edu
We welcome:
Insured and uninsured, Medi-Cal, Accepted Sliding Scale; most private insurances. Referral to California Children’s Services based on diagnosis and financial eligibility. Documented and undocumented. We serve any youth ages 11 to 24 yrs. Females under age 11 who have attained physical maturity are also treated. We will see anyone with or without insurance (public or private) in our age group.
Same-day access and availability:
Core services:
Comprehensive team approach; Medical case management; Mental health services; In-person or phone interpretive services; On-site pediatric dental services; Nutritional assessments; Benefits counseling; Prenatal consultation visit for HIV+ women prior to delivery; Referral for teen sexual health to Teen Clinic, PEP and PrEP; Transition to young adult care education and planning; International adoption medical/psychosocial evaluation for children with perinatally acquired HIV; Follow up of child victims of sexual assault after initial evaluation in the ED
Additional services on-site:
Additional services off-site:
Please bring (required and recommended documents):

Highlighted Services

Free HIV Testing; Free STD Testing; Navigation services provided; PrEP for uninsured available; PEP offered

Languages Available

English, Spanish

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Chappell Hayes/McClymond Health Center
5400 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609

Contact Information

Access during COVID outbreak:
-Most visits are done by phone; very limited in-person visits available based on provider assessment of necessity. Please call to schedule before coming in. Responses within 2-3 hours if you leave a message.
-for case management and mental health services, use same contact info below

Contact and linkage to care person:
Teresa Courville, RN, MN, CPN
Phone 510-428-3885 x 2827 or
Main office phone (510) 428-3387

PrEP Contact:
Lela Bachrach
Lela.Bachrach@ucsf.edu
We welcome:
Insured and uninsured, Medi-Cal, Accepted Sliding Scale; most private insurances. Referral to California Children’s Services based on diagnosis and financial eligibility. Documented and undocumented. We serve any youth ages 11 to 24 yrs. Females under age 11 who have attained physical maturity are also treated. We will see anyone with or without insurance (public or private) in our age group.
Same-day access and availability:
Core services:
Comprehensive team approach; Medical case management; Mental health services; In-person or phone interpretive services; On-site pediatric dental services; Nutritional assessments; Benefits counseling; Prenatal consultation visit for HIV+ women prior to delivery; Referral for teen sexual health to Teen Clinic, PEP and PrEP; Transition to young adult care education and planning; International adoption medical/psychosocial evaluation for children with perinatally acquired HIV; Follow up of child victims of sexual assault after initial evaluation in the ED
Additional services on-site:
Additional services off-site:
Please bring (required and recommended documents):

Highlighted Services

Free HIV Testing; Free STD Testing; Navigation services provided; PrEP for uninsured available; PEP offered

Languages Available

English, Spanish

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital – Teen Clinic Castlemont Health Center
5400 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609

Contact Information

Access during COVID outbreak:
-Most visits are done by phone; very limited in-person visits available based on provider assessment of necessity. Please call to schedule before coming in. Responses within 2-3 hours if you leave a message.
-for case management and mental health services, use same contact info below

Contact and linkage to care person:
Teresa Courville, RN, MN, CPN
Phone 510-428-3885 x 2827 or
Main office phone (510) 428-3387

PrEP Contact:
Lela Bachrach
Lela.Bachrach@ucsf.edu
We welcome:
Insured and uninsured, Medi-Cal, Accepted Sliding Scale; most private insurances. Referral to California Children’s Services based on diagnosis and financial eligibility. Documented and undocumented. We serve any youth ages 11 to 24 yrs. Females under age 11 who have attained physical maturity are also treated. We will see anyone with or without insurance (public or private) in our age group.
Same-day access and availability:
Core services:
Comprehensive team approach; Medical case management; Mental health services; In-person or phone interpretive services; On-site pediatric dental services; Nutritional assessments; Benefits counseling; Prenatal consultation visit for HIV+ women prior to delivery; Referral for teen sexual health to Teen Clinic, PEP and PrEP; Transition to young adult care education and planning; International adoption medical/psychosocial evaluation for children with perinatally acquired HIV; Follow up of child victims of sexual assault after initial evaluation in the ED
Additional services on-site:
Additional services off-site:
Please bring (required and recommended documents):

Highlighted Services

Free HIV Testing; Free STD Testing; Navigation services provided; PrEP for uninsured available; PEP offered

Languages Available

English, Spanish

Glenn Burke Wellness Clinic at Oakland LGBTQ Center

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Glenn Burke Wellness Clinic at Oakland LGBTQ Center
3207 Lakeshore Ave. Oakland, CA 94610
*Please use Rand Ave. entrance*

Contact Information

Please call 510-882-2286
We welcome:
New patients, uninsured patients, medical
Same-day access and availability:
Monday, Wed, Friday, Saturday clinic days
Core services:
Additional services on-site:
Additional services off-site:
Please bring (required and recommended documents):
ID, letter of diagnosis, lab results if available

Hours

12pm-8pm
Monday, Wed, Friday, Saturday clinic days

Highlighted Services

HIV prevention, PEP/PrEP, STI/HIV testing and treatment, case management and Linkage to care, housing subsidies, food assistance

Providers

LifeLong Medical Care, San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Languages Available

English, Spanish