Wellness Resources

S.F. Wellness Resources

Below you will find resources around San Francisco. If students need support, they can reach out to a staff member.

Hotlines if you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis needing immediate assistance

24-hr Child Crisis

  • (415) 970-3800

Crisis Hotline / SF Suicide Prevention Hotline

  • (415) 781-0500

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SFUSD and Community Resources

SFUSD Student and Family Resource Link 

The SFUSD Student and Family Resource Link is a project to support families in navigating all of the SFUSD resources available to them. Families can access the Family Resource Link by:

  • completing an online request form
  • emailing a request to familylink@sfusd.edu
  • calling 415-340-1716

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Resources

Basic Needs Available to Students and Families 

Grab & Go Meal Sites

https://www.sfusd.edu/services/health-wellness/nutrition-school-meals

Find a Food Bank Pop Up Pantry

https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/find-food/

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YOUTH SERVICES DURING COVID-19

In addition to the supports provided by Burton's Wellness Center and San Francisco Unified School District, you can continue to receive these free and confidential health services during COVID-19 at other local agencies and clinic:

Sexual Health and Gender Care

  • New Generations Health Center & Dimensions Clinic
  • Teen Clinic at Mission Neighborhood Health Center
  • 6M Pediatric Clinic at ZSFG
  • 3rd Street Youth Clinic- Now Open for Appointments on Fridays 1-5pm

Counseling and Safety

Housing and Food

  • 3rd Street Youth Center
  • Huckleberry Youth Programs Crisis Shelter Hotline 
  • Larkin Street Youth Services

Reach out to June Jordan Wellness Staff for more information and support contacting these places.

Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination (Title IX) Resources and Information

San Francisco Unified School District schools, programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, and bullying targeted at any student by anyone, based on the student's actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression.

SFUSD's Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination webpage has more information about Title IX, definitions of harassment and discrimination, student rights, and resources. There is also more information in Spanish and more information in Chinese. 

If you have questions, would like to report an incident, or would like support, reach out to the June Jordan Title IX Coordinators:

Erin Hughes, Wellness Coordinator: hughese1@sfusd.edu

Nicholous Archibald , Principal

Amanda Chui , Assistant Principal 

Complaints to school sites can be made in writing or verbally.  If the individual feels uncomfortable, the complaint may be filed with the Title IX Coordinator/Director of the Office of Equity. The Title IX Coordinator/Director of the Office of Equity, Keasara (Kiki) Williams, can be reached at williamsk3@sfusd.edu or 415-355-7334. Additionally, there is a Title IX online report form that can be used to report sexual harassment and/or gender based discrimination.