This page is intended for principals seeking information on the range of resources for San Francisco youth and families.
SFUSD School-Specific Programs
For school-specific reports of DCYF-funded programs operating at SFUSD schools, click here.
Click here for the Powerpoint presentation from the 2013 DCYF Principals' Breakfast.
Links to Citywide Resources
Afterschool & Summer Programs
• SFKids.org’s Afterschool Searchable Database
• SFKids.org’s Summer & School Break Programs
• SF Expanded Learning Collaborative’s “Find a Program” page
• SF Expanded Learning Collaborative’s Publications on Quality Programming
• SFUSD ExCEL Afterschool Programs
• DCYF Funded Out of School Time Programs
• San Francisco Child Care Connection (SF3C)
• Children's Council of San Francisco Resources and Referrals
• Preschool for All
• SFUSD: Early Education Enrollment
Family Resource Centers & Parent Resources
• Family Resource Center Locations & Contact Information
• Family Acceptance Project for LGBT Families
• Family Service Agency of San Francisco
• Recess Urban Education Parenting Workshops
• Parents for Public Schools
• US Department of Education's Parent's Guide to School Success
Support for Children with Special Needs
• Support for Families of Children with Disabilities
• SFUSD Special Education Portal
• Directory of SF Community Based Organizations focused on Post-Secondary Success
• DCYF-Funded Teen Programs
• DCYF Youth Empowerment Fund
• SFKids.org Academics & Tutoring Page
• SFkids.org’s Youth Employment Page
• SF4TAY.org, Resources for Young Adults
• SF Summer Jobs+- jobs for youth ages 16 to 24
• San Francisco Street Violence Intervention and Prevention Team, street outreach and crisis response effort in high-need neighborhoods. Northwest sector: Healthright 360, Arturo Carrillo (acarrillo@healthRIGHT360.org or (415) 762-0216); Southeast sector: Bayview Hunters Point Foundation, James Caldwell (email@example.com or 415-676-9840)
For resources related to child support, domestic violence, food assistance, health, housing, legal services, and more, click here or call 2-1-1, United Way Bay Area's free, confidential, multilingual, 24/7 help line.
Note: While every effort has been made to list only high-quality sources, DCYF does not supervise these organizations and does not guarantee the quality of the information or services they provide. Please contact DCYF if any of the information above is in error, or to report comments or complaints.