Roadmap To Peace (RTP)

Ages 14-24 years Bilingual English-Spanish

  • Latino/a and must have ties to San Francisco
  • At risk or in risk of violence
Program Summary

The Roadmap To Peace (RTP) initiative is a five-year plan to advance economic, health and safety outcomes for Latino/a identified, disconnected youth ages 14-24, who are in-risk and/or violence involved. The RTP initiative has three interrelated strategies: service network, community building and policy reform. As a core partner of the initiative, counseling staff provides outreach and engagement to the target population, as well as individual, group, and family substance use counseling. Services are provided on demand and in collaboration with other RTP partner agencies.

The RTP initiative includes a primary case manager to coordinate wrap around services including MH therapy, employment, education, tattoo removal, and SA counseling (provided by Horizons Unlimited).

To enroll in the Roadmap To Peace program, please complete the following referral:


Services are provided on an on-going basis throughout the year.

  • Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
  • Hours: From 10:00AM – 7:00PM; Friday, 10:00AM – 6:30PM (1 hr. per session)
  • Times: For appointment call Ginger (415) 487-6733

Kaleas Johnson, AMFT
Behavioral Health Program Director
Phone: (415) 960-7465

Funded by the Children And Youth Fund

Horizons Outpatient Referral Form

Last but not least…

Horizons Unlimited is an excited provider of Roadmap to Peace. We offer a safe environment, filled with a lot of love and compassion. We have the ability to help change your way of life, in regards to the downward spiral resulting from Drugs and Alcohol.

This program offers an opportunity for Latino youth at-risk to change their way of living, with guidance through a multitude of services in the Mission District of San Francisco.