Clinical Services

JJBH Direct Clinical Care Services include the Voices H.E.A.L. program funded by the San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Families.  Information about these direct clinical services can be found in the posted brochure.

If you are interested in receiving services from Voices HEAL, please fill out our referral form:

If you have any questions about Voices HEAL or services, please reach out to or contact our Clinical Services Director, Alison Czopp, LCSW at 628-224-9767 or Program Director, Maggie Del Cid, PhD, at 415-269-2665.

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Maggie Del Cid, PhD

Program Director, Assistant Professor, Attending Psychologist, and Clinical Supervisor

Feelings doctor, loves talking about culture #keepingthingshumble, and an aspiring cafelier.

Alison Czopp, LCSW

Clinical Operations Director, Clinical Research Supervisor

Social Worker. Cat mom. Explorer of nature and the unknown.

Johanna Folk, PhD

Assistant Professor, Attending Psychologist, and Clinical Supervisor

Assistant Professor, coffee fanatic, data nerd, and support human to a rambunctious mini aussie.

Lauren M. Haack, PhD

Associate Professor, Attending Psychologist, and Clinical Supervisor

Associate Clinical Professor and Attending Psychologist; avid sports fan (go Green Bay Packers, Clemson Tigers, and Golden State Warriors!) and musical theater aficionado.

Isis Alvarez

Case Manager

Savory over sweet, water is life, coffee is always black, and always exploring life with a dog. Learning to share, sharing to learn.

Megan Ramaiya

Postdoctoral Fellow

Suicide researcher, culture and global health enthusiast, questionable home chef. Cares a lot about reducing the mental health treatment gap.

Former Members & Where They Are Now

Jacqueline (Jackie) Moses, Ph.D

Jackie is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Institute for Juvenile Research and the Center for Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Sloan Nova, Psy.D

Sloan is a postdoctoral fellow at UCSF Child Trauma Research Program, currently working with Dr. Johanna Folk on Project RAISE