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SF Families would not be possible without the time and dedication from our following partners. If you would like to join SF Families please feel free to contact us.


The Human Services Agency is the City and County of San Francisco's home for help with food, cash assistance, health insurance, job training, supportive care, and more. We help individuals and families access services that make a difference and build well-being in our communities.

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DCYF's investments are intended to be holistic, offering multiple means to enhance the leaning opportunities of San Francisco's children and youth while simultaneously working to create healthy family and community environments that enable and promote school success. The programs and initiatives DCYF funds in each focus area work sequentially to achieve developmentally meaningful outcomes, from birth through the transition to adulthood.

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The San Francisco Public Library system is dedicated to free and equal access to information, knowledge, independent learning and the joys of reading for our diverse community.

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Together, the staff of the Recreation and Parks Department and the public who they serve create a dynamic, creative, and supportive environment for all. Your input is a vital part of this process. Please join us, and participate in the comments and feedback available through community meetings, our weekly newsletter, the General Manager’s reports, or the Recreation and Park Commission meetings...

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The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is the seventh largest school district in California, educating over 57,000 students every year. San Francisco is both a city and a county; therefore, SFUSD administers both the school district and the San Francisco County Office of Education (COE). This makes SFUSD a “single district county.”

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The San Francisco Office of Early Care and Education (OECE) leverages federal and state funding, aligns local resources, supports the early care and education workforce and increases capacity to build a high quality, affordable, data-driven and streamlined early care and education system for children 0-5 and their families.

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The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is the seventh largest school district in California, educating over 57,000 students every year. San Francisco is both a city and a county; therefore, SFUSD administers both the school district and the San Francisco County Office of Education (COE). This makes SFUSD a “single district county.”

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First 5 San Francisco is a passionate advocate for San Francisco’s youngest children. We are committed to tackling the challenges that they face by investing in, developing, and collaborating on strategies and programs for children birth to age five and their families. Since our inception in 1998, First 5 San Francisco has invested more than $270 million in comprehensive programs for early childhood development, family strengthening, and other support services.

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211/United Way Bay Area is an easy to remember, toll-free phone number that connect callers with local community services, such as food, shelter, counseling, employment assistance, quality child care and more. During a disaster, 211 provides critical information about evacuation routes, food and shelter, as well as job search and permanent housing support during long-term recovery. 211 is confidential and available 24 hours a day in more than 150 languages.

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SF Kids is funded by the Department of Children, Youth and Their Families (DCYF), and it is designed to help every family in every neighborhood of our beautiful City of San Francisco. Our goal is to provide different resources for Parents, Teens and Providers in order to raise healthy and happy children...

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The Our Children Our Families Council of San Francisco leverages and coordinates the systems of support in San Francisco to serve all families and children, with a particular focus on those with the greatest needs, so that they can stay, thrive and contribute to the city’s vibrant future. Our Council is a 42-member advisory body co-led by the Mayor of San Francisco and the superintendent of San Francisco Unified School District...

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Become a Partner with SF Families. SF Families is brought to you by Our Children Our Families Council (OCOF). The OCOF Service Inventory is a charter-mandated goal of creating a centralized common pool of data to improve the accessibility, integrity, and sustainability of public information to better serve San Francisco residents who may be in need of health, human, and social services.

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Thank you @KansenChu for hosting a #2020Census Media Roundtable with Chinese language media outlets. We’re here with the Alameda County Complete Count Office and @UWBayArea to talk about the importance of getting counted.

Be sure to sign-up for the @FixItTeamSF community cleanup this Saturday, 10/26 from 9AM-Noon in Japantown! Today is the last day to RSVP, so email info@jtowncbd.org if you're interested! Details below:

The #2020Census is important for many reasons: providing representation in Congress, better roads in our communities, more abundant government programs for us all + more.

Why is it important to you?? RT & let us know!💯 #CaliforniaForAll

📹 @siliconvalleycf

It's not too late to register for Census 2020 Webinar: Supporting a complete count as Census Enumerators – what you can do -10/23 1:00pm (PST). #Census2020 #BeCounted #BayAreaCompleteCount Register Now: https://t.co/CrGITWkcNH @UWBayArea https://t.co/vaIIdo2PbD

Swing by Joe Lee Recreation Center (1395 Mendell Street) for free weekly drop-in classes & workshops including "Playing with Art," from noon-2PM today, 10/22! For more information, including for other weekly workshops, call the recreation center at (415) 970-9204.

Calling All SF residents!Join @SF_DCYFat the We are the City: District 3 Family Summit on Thursday, Oct 24 at @RecParkSF Betty Ong Chinese Rec Center. Share your voice + help guide how the City will support children, youth and their families.#WeAreSF#WeAretheCity

Looks like @NWSBayArea is predicting temps up to the mid/upper 80s this week for #SF. Make sure to check in on your family and neighbors who are at heightened risk for heat-related illness. Stay cool and hydrated! #BeatTheHeat

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