Ma'at Case Management
Culturally responsive resourcing from an Afri-centric perspective for youth, families and adults.
Get support with:
- Education (GED, Community College, FASFA, and Scholarships)
- Securing employment and internships opportunities
- Applying for government assistance (SSI, CalFresh, etc.)
- Housing Assistance
7th Graders - Get Your TDAP!
Having your child immunized is a state requirement.
Call your child’s Pediatric clinic/provider or go to https://vaccinefinder.org/ to see where you can get your vaccination!
Free Tech Support!
1-1 phone and video support for Zoom, Seesaw, ParentVUE, Chromebooks, Google Classroom, and other important tools in Google Suite that are used for distance learning. You can even get support with filling out the Multipurpose Family Income Form (MFIF).
SOMCAN provides culturally-competent services to immigrant families by helping them navigate the different available resources and services available to them.
- To make an appointment in English, call (415) 255-7693
- Para una cita de Español, llame (415) 552-5633
- Upang gumawa ng appointment sa Tagalog, tumawag ng (415) 552-5637
Heal SF is a comprehensive effort to provide immediate and coordinated mental health services for San Francisco's public, private, and non-profit health care providers. Includes resources for parents and caregivers.
Free Muni for Youth
The Free Muni Program provides low and moderate income San Francisco youth ages 5 to 18 free access to Muni services, including cable cars, when using a Clipper card.
Call 1.877.878.8883 to replace a lost or stolen card
Affordable Housing Workshops (Virtual)
Tuesdays at 1pm
Join BiSHoP to learn how to apply to affordable housing and schedule a 1-on-1 meeting with a housing counselor!
SF Rapid Response Network
If you suspect or see ICE officials in your neighborhood or at your home, please call the 24 hour, multilingual hotline. They will investigate possible ICE activity and support individuals through ICE encounters.