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Information provided by: San Mateo County Aging & Adult Services

Provides support services to persons with serious mental illness. On call 24 hours a day.
  • Hours24/7
  • Area(s) Served:San Mateo County
  • Fees:None
  • Application Process:Call or visit website for additional information.
  • Eligibility Requirements:Mentally ill and homeless or about to become homeless
  • Payment/Insurance Accepted:Please contact provider for accepted forms of payment.
  • ADA Access:Please contact facility for accessibility information.


  • Please contact provider for languages spoken by staff.
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Sharon Christensen
2/12/2013 9:18:27 AM

My name is Sharon Christensen and I have a mentally ill son, Brian Christensen. He was relased from jail on January 7, 2013 and taken to the Maple St. shelter. I had been working with Terry Wilcox-Rittgers, from San Mateo Co. Mental Health Dept. to find a place for Brian once he was released. I contacted Terry Wilcox-Rittgers the day Brian was released and he had Jimi Sosa meet me at the courthouse, and arrangements were made for Brian once released. The Maple Street Shelter threw Brian out on the 8th of January, contacting no one! Jimi Sosa called me to inform me of what the shelter did and I called Terry. Terry reported Brian missing to the Redwood City Police Dept. At that time Sgt. Dan Smith became involved with finding Brian. Terry and Dan helped me tremendously during this time. Brian was found on the 6th of February and I contacted Sgt. Smith and Terry Wilcox-Rittgers. Terry instructed me to contact Ian Adamson from Outreach. Ian met up with me, where Brian was found, and I coul

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