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 https://www.sfusd.edu/services/health-wellness/nutrition-school-meals
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: https://www.dcyf.org/care-stay-updated
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 http://sfaws.org/programs/direct-services.aspx
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 https://svdp-sf.org/what-we-do/riley-center/
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 https://www.lacasa.org/
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 http://www.womaninc.org/
Have another issue not listed here?
Call your District Supervisor. Contact information available at www.sfbos.org.