Are you a family in need of meals?

SF Public Schools are offering free meals to all children and their families during the week during the school closure. They will be open 2 times per week but provide 5 days worth of food.

For a list of locations and hours, go to

Are you an essential worker in need of childcare?

Do you need emergency child care so you can work? Do you work in healthcare, disaster services, grocery store/supermarket/retail food, food cultivation, social services, journalism/news media, gas station/auto-supply/auto-repair, bank or financial institution, hardware store, bank/financial institution, hardware store, electrician, plumber, exterminator, mail or shipping, education, laundromat/dry-cleaning/laundry service, restaurant/food prep, supplying products people need to work from home, supplying essential businesses with support/supplies, airline/taxi/other private transportation, home based care for children/adults/seniors, professional services, child care, or a bike shop?

Apply here:

Are you a college student or the parent/guardian of a high school or college student in need of financial assistance?

The Scholly COVID-19 Student Relief Fund is providing $200 in cash assistance. Apply here.

Are you a parent having a hard time and need to talk?

TALK Line Parental Support Line serving parents of children under 18. Phone counselors offer emotional support 24/7. Call 415-441-KIDS (415-441-5437)

Are you experiencing domestic violence?

Asian Women’s Shelter -1-877-751-0880 (24-hour hotline). AWS shelter services are open to all survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, including to those with disabilities. Other non-shelter services, including community-building activities and our crisis hotline are open to anyone.For more information, go to

Riley Center at the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco - 415-225-0165 (24-hour outline) offers emergency shelter, housing safety planning, counseling, support groups, case management, and other services for domestic violence survivors. For more information, go to 

La Casa de las Madres provides emergency shelter, legal assistance, and counseling, support groups, case management and other services for domestic violence survivors. For more information, go to

W.O.M.A.N., Inc (Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent) provides peer counseling therapy, safety planning and referrals. For more information, go to

Have another issue not listed here?

Call your District Supervisor. Contact information available at