Who we are:
FMHI-SF (Filipino Mental Helath Initiative - San Francisco) was established in 2012 through the collaboration of mental health providers, consumers, advocates, community leaders, and interested community members commited to supporting the wellness of Filipinos and Filipino-Americans in San Francisco.
Through capacity building, outreach and engagement in the Filipino community, FMHI-SF strives to reduce stigma, promote awareness, increase access to culturally appropriate wellness services and increase effectiveness of the behavioral health services in San Francisco.
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Your generous gift will help build Filipino American cultural resource centers
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Event Hall and Conference room available to rent for your event
Saturday, December 10, 2016 5pm-9pm
Event starts in Yerba Buena Gardens and moves to St. Patrick's Church Google Map
It’s the time of the year again, when the community starts making their parol lanterns and holiday decor to adorn their houses for the yuletide season. In San Francisco, on Saturday, December 10, 2016, the community will be holding the 14th Annual San Francisco Parol Lantern Festival – a must-see event during the holiday season...
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Fridays in October, November & December
Oct 21, 28
Nov 4, 11, 18 (not Friday after Thanksgiving)
Bayanihan Community Center
1010 Mission Street, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Supplies are provided to make your own parol at the Bayanihan Community Center
Supplies for your first parol are no charge. Additional parol supplies are available for a fee, depending on size.
If you would like to view pricing and order Parol Kits please submit your order.
Clinic Scheduled every 2nd Saturday of the month in the Bayanihan Community Center. Drop-in hours: 10:30am - 1:30pm
The Mabuhay Health Center is a free student-run community health clinic that aims to reduce health disparities existing within the South of Market district of San Francisco. Under the supervision of UCSF faculty, students participate in services in partnership with the Bayanihan Community Center. By providing free, ongoing monthly services including health screenings, medication therapy management, and health education seminars, Mabuhay Health Center hopes to promote a healthier lifestyle among SOMA residents. Mabuhay Health Center Website
The PG&E CARE (California Alternate Rates for Energy) program provides a monthly discount on energy bills for income-qualified households and housing facilities. Qualifications are based on the number of persons living in your home and your total annual household income. CARE Program online applications