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Community Resources

Resource Guides for Families

SF Kids!

http://www.sfkids.org

Bayview Magic! Resource Guide

http://bayviewmagic.org/our-services/resource-guide

 

Support for Families of Children with Disabilities

http://www.supportforfamilies.org/resources.html

  • Family Resource Center, case management/advocacy, support groups, workshops, drop-in services, and etc.

SF4Tay - Resources for Transitional Aged Youth 16-24

http://sf4tay.org

 

 

More to come soon! Last updated 8/24/2016

Family Resources in San Francisco

Sunset Beacon Center 415-759-3690

Sunset Youth Services 415-665-0255

Sunset Family Resource Collaborative 415-516-5966

Asian Family Support Center 415-221-5783

Casa de las Madres 877-923-0700

Bayview Hunters Point Foundation 415-822-8515

Family Mosaic Project 415-206-7600

OMI Family Center 415-452-2200

Oakes Children's Center 415-641-8000

Sunset Mental Health 415-753-7400

Cameron House 415-781-0401

Tenderloin Self-Help 415-749-2143

Truancy Assessment & Resource Center - 415-437-1700

 

24 Hour Hotlines

Huckleberry House 415-621-2929

Talk Line 415-441-5437

Child Crisis 415-970-3800

Child Protective Services 415-558-2650

The Trevor Project for LGBTQ Youth - 866-488-7386

 

Youth Programs

Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center @ APG

https://apg-sfusd-ca.schoolloop.com/beacon

 

Sunset Youth Services

http://sunsetyouthservices.org

 

Richmond District Neighborhood Center

http://rdnc.org

 

Boys and Girls Club of America - San Francisco

http://www.kidsclub.org/find-a-club

 

YMCA of San Francisco

http://www.ymcasf.org/locations

 

Community Youth Center

http://www.cycsf.org/index.php

 

Vietnamese Youth Development Center

http://www.vydc.org

 

Huckleberry Youth Programs

http://www.huckleberryyouth.org/programs

 

Academic & Tutoring Resources in the Bayview Neighborhood

100% College Prep Institute  -  www.bay100cpi.org

1201 Mendell Street (415) 550-9455

Monday through Friday 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Serves Grades 6 – 12 Cost: Free

100% College Prep Institute is an afterschool program in the Bayview neighborhood that provides tutoring, college advising and preparation services, and study and leadership skills. They also host youth clubs such as in math, languages, life skills, and more. The center hosts Summer College Prep Institute that offers workshops on preparing for the college application and financial aid process.


Bayview Beacon Center  -  www.bayviewbeacon.org

400 Mansell Street   (415) 337-7991

Mon–Fri 8am–6pm  Cost: Free

The Bayview Beacon Center, a program of the Bayview YMCA, is located at Phillip & Sala Burton High School. They are implementing the community schools model to ensure that every student graduates college-ready. The Beacon gives youth the tools to thrive, while also strengthening the legs that support them: parents, family and community. All Beacon programs and services are free and are open to everyone — especially students, parents, and residents of Bayview Hunters Point, the Portola District, and Visitacion Valley.

The center offers a gamut of programs for children, youth, and families in the areas of education, career development, leadership, health, arts, and recreation. Afterschool programs are augmented by employment and family services, as well as case management, structured recreational activities, and nutrition classes. 


Bayview Hunters Point YMCA  -  www.ymcasf.org/bayview

1601 Lane Street  (415) 822-7728

Mon–Fri 8am–8pm, Sat 8:30am–2pm; Afterschool: Mon–Fri 2pm–6pm

Cost: Varies by program

Ages served 5 and up; Afterschool Program Grades K–8

The Bayview Y's Afterschool Education Program  provides constructive activities and much-needed affordable child care during the times that youth are at the greatest risk (when they are out of school). Staff works with parents to address issues and monitor academic performance. Hours during the school year are Mon–Fri 2pm–6pm. Activities include: homework help, sports clinics, physical activities, literacy and math projects, cooking, daily snacks, games, CIVICS engagement program, and more. Transportation from school available.

The Willie Brown Youth Center program is designed to provide case management, academic assistance, specialized technological learning, and enrichment activities. They provide a safe environment and motivation for participating youth to be successful in school and life, as well as empower and engage participants to build self esteem.


College Trackwww.collegetrack.org

4301 Third Street   (415) 206-9995

Monday through Friday 4:00pm–7:00pm

Restricted Enrollment

Yes : Application and interview required. Students must attend 1–2 days a week. Enrolled on a first come, first served basis.

College Track is an afterschool college preparatory program that helps students from under-resourced communities graduate from high school and succeed in college. College Track sets high expectations for student achievement and offers a variety of programs in four core service areas: Academic Affairs, Student Life, College Affairs, and College Success. These core program areas are designed to ensure that College Track graduates not only receive admission to college, but are fully prepared to succeed in that environment when they arrive.