The Mental Health Association of San Francisco has provided leadership in mental health education, advocacy, research and service for the diverse communities of San Francisco for nearly 60 years. An organized movement of concerned citizens in San Francisco established the San Francisco Mental Hygiene Society in 1947 as a non-profit organization. The present name was adopted in 1957. The San Francisco-based organization is one of 340 Affiliates of the National Mental Health Association throughout the United States.

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