Outside SFUSD Resources
The SF.gov website provides information on food, public benefits and services, internet providers, LGBTQ community services, and evictions.
Everyone who needs child & youth care during the school closure is encouraged to sign up for DCYF's Emergency Child & Youth Care Contact List in order to receive information about child & youth care resources as they become available. Sign up for DCYF updates
From mortgage forbearances to eviction moratoriums, steps have been taken to protect those caught in this crisis.
If you can't pay your rent or mortgage -- you are not alone. Here is important information on actions you can take and protections available to you.
Parents for Public Schools has an updated list of resources for food, meals, jobs, unemployment and family resources including childcare.
The San Francisco Education Fund's list of resources includes: education tools for children, internet services, mental health and services for undocumented communities.
(SFILEN) is a collaboration of legal and service organizations dedicated to aiding the immigrant community in San Francisco.
*SFUSD does not supervise or control these online community-based resources and accepts no liability for their use. This list is being provided as a community resource and any use of the online services is at the discretion of the parent/guardian.