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San Joaquin
Justicia & Esperanza


ESPERANZA/JUSTICIA Full-Service Partnership (FSP) programs use the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) model to deliver a full range of services to adults (18+) with a severe mental illness. Services are provided in the community or least restrictive setting and include psychosocial rehabilitation, case management, medication support, housing, and vocational training. The goal of both programs is to provide individuals with the support and services that will help them have a life they choose, which is not encompassed by their mental impairments. Justicia serves those involved with the justice system.


San Joaquin Justicia & Esperanza

Phone: (209) 636-5355
Fax: (209) 636-5356
Address: 1803 W. March Lane,
Suite C, Stockton, CA 95207-6414

Program Services

  • Psychosocial rehabilitation.
  • Case management services.
  • Therapy.
  • Psychiatric services.

How to get involved

Referrals to Esperanza or Justicia are made through the San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services and the Justice and Decriminalization Division. Call (209) 468-7000 for more information.

Funding information

This program is funded by the San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services and through the voter-approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

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