In This Section
A brief history of Family Service Agency of San Francisco with comments from clients, staff, and public officials. Spans the history from 1889 to present day.
PBS NewsHour Feature
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) NewsHour feature on Family Service Agency's ground-breaking Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP) Program. The ten minute segment features interviews with a client and his parent, Rachel Loewy, the Prep Director from UCSF and Bob Bennett, FSA CEO as well as a demonstration of how the treatment works.
PREP's Inspiring Story
Remarkable extra footage of the PREP client being interviewed about life before and after PREP.
OneAway California: One Break Away, One Paycheck Away
In California thousands of older adults are one event away from economic crisis. The One Away California campaign features older adults sharing their stories of economic struggle. To share your story, please visit: www.oneaway.org/CA. To make a video or share one already made, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan Kelly, a former FSA program manager and currently a senior manager with San Francisco Department of Human Services is a San Francisco history buff and a huge fan of Katharine "Kitty" Felton. He describes the early years of FSA under her direction, a fascinating story.
Older Adult Day Support Center
A senior Family Service Agency volunteer describes his experience working as a volunteer in the Older Adult Support Center and the importance of relationships.
The story of Andre, an infant who underwent a heart transplant and then was served by FSA's Family Developmental Center. The video will give you a very good idea of how FDC makes all the difference for children with health or developmental conditions...and their family.
Tonee faces incredible odds and with the help of Family Service Agency's Back on Track program, Tonee is planning for college.
For more videos from Family Service Agency, please visit our Youtube page http://www.youtube.com/user/fsasf1889