Are you sick and want to get tested for COVID-19?

San Francisco has created several new mobile testing sites for people showing symptoms. First, you will need to call your doctor to get a referral. Make sure to practice social distancing to keep others from getting sick (link to legit info about social distancing for people who are sick).

If you don’t have a doctor, call 415-701-2311.

For TTY, call 415-701-2323.


Are you worried about your employer-sponsored healthcare coverage?

Employers are required to maintain health care benefits if you take leave to care for yourself or your dependents. Unemployed workers have access to health care through Covered California and undocumented workers still have access to health care through Healthy San Francisco.


Do you want to get health insurance?

Depending on your income, you may qualify for low or no-cost health insurance. Sign up at here. If you need help, call (800) 300-1506.


Trying to find a free clinic or community health center?

Various clinics and health centers around the city offer services including urgent care, pregnancy testing, STD testing, STD treatment, dental care, podiatry, transgender services, immunizations, reproductive health, family planning, mental health, prenatal care, and primary care.

For a list of clinics, services, locations, and contact information, visit http://www.freeprintshop.org/download/medical_english.pdf


Are you a senior feeling lonely or isolated?

Call the Institute on Aging Friendship Line crisis and support line for seniors: (415) 752-3778


Do you need online mental health resources to help you during isolation?

Here are some online and app-based mental health resources to help you cope with self-quarantine.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness hosts online communities where people can share encouragement. 

For Like Minds is an online mental health support network that allows for individuals to connect with others who are experiencing stressful life events. 

18percent offers a free, peer-to-peer online support community for those struggling with a wide range of mental health issues.


Trying to find mental health care?

For a thorough list of local resources, details for various types of insurance (or lack thereof), visit http://www.freeprintshop.org/download/mental_english.pdf


Are you in a mental health crisis or feeling suicidal?

Crisis hotlines are available 24 hours a day for every Bay Area county:

  • Alameda County: 1-800-273-8255
  • Contra Costa County: 1-800-833-2900
  • Marin County: 415-473-6666
  • Napa County: 707-253-4711
  • San Francisco: 415-781-0500
  • San Mateo County: 1-800-273-TALK
  • Santa Clara County: 1-855-278-4204
  • Solano County: 707-428-1131
  • Sonoma County: 707-576-8181

People from anywhere in the US can also text HOME to 741741 for help from a trained crisis counselor who will respond on a secure platform. 


Are you struggling with an eating disorder?

Contact the NEDA Helpline at (800) 931-2237.

Text chat online with a trained volunteer here.

If you are in an urgent crisis and want to talk via text chat, text "NEDA" to 741741 to be connected.


Looking for safe injection supplies, narcan, or smoking supplies?

The SF Aids Foundation Mobile Syringe & Health sites offer safer injection supplies, narcan and overdose prevention, smoking supplies, safe disposal supplies, safer sex supplies, health education and harm reduction counseling, Hep C care linkage, snacks, and socks.

Find times and locations for mobile sites: https://www.sfaf.org/locations/mobile-syringe-health-services/


Trying to find online AA meetings?

For a list of online AA meetings and other digital resources, visit

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a71ccw7ihaWelksKwOp4AzAkYlVqSoKiN6Gsm38bKMU/edit or call (415) 674-1872


Have another issue not listed here?

Call your District Supervisor. Contact information available at www.sfbos.org.