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Learn More About DCYF!

Learn More About DCYF!

DCYF funds programs for ages 0-24 in every neighborhood in San Francisco. Find out more about what we do and how we do it! Learn more

Our mission is to ensure that families with children are a prominent and valued segment of San Francisco’s social fabric by supporting programs and activities in every San Francisco neighborhood.
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Looking for a Summer Program for Your Child? Start Here!

On April 15, Mayor Lee announced $1.8 million in additional funding to help ensure children and youth in San Francisco have access to summer programs. Click here to find a program for your child!

Summer Programs: Time to Start Planning Your Summer Learning Day Event!

DCYF Summer Programs: it's time to start planning for your National Summer Learning Day event, which will take place on Friday, June 19! We have a great tools to help you out...

Camp Mather Experience for Juvenile Justice Involved Teens Accepting Applications

Teen boys and girls 14-17 years of age who are involved with the juvenile justice system and presently assigned to a juvenile probation officer are invited to apply for the Camp Mather Teen Outdoor Experience!

Community News

Youth Ages 14-24: Register Now for the Power Youth Movement Conference on May 16

Motivational guest speakers, delicious food, hip-hop music, graffiti artists, powerful workshops, raffles and resources to help support and inspire youth to become strong leaders. Free to register!

Office of District Attorney Releases RFQ for Neighborhood Courts & Alternative Dispute Resolution Services

The Office of the District Attorney has issued an RFP to identify organizations to provide alternative dispute resolution services as part of two programs: SFDA Neighborhood Courts, and Civil Alternative Dispute Resolution & Volunteer Training programs. Applications are due by May 11.

Department of Public Health Releases RFP for Vocational Rehabilitation Employment and Training Programs

The RFQ is composed of eight categories, including employment readiness and Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Vocational Services. Letters of Intent are due May 4 and applications are due May 26.

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