3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic

Contact  Joi Jackson-Morgan (Executive Director)
Address 1728 Bancroft Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-1707
Fax (415) 822-1723
Hours M-F: 1pm-5pm for clinic, Youth Access Point, and youth center drop-in
Email info@3rdstyouth.org
Website www.3rdstyouth.org
Target Youth and adults ages 12-24
Additional Languages  Spanish

The 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic is a community based non-profit youth organization in Bayview Hunters Point, with medical & behavioral health services, housing, and youth development programming.  3rd Street specializes in empowering youth to make decisions to support their health, safety, and development.  Youth ages 12-24 can utilize the drop-in center and FREE clinic resources Monday- Friday, 1:00-5:00 PM.   Clinic services include: pregnancy testing; STD testing & treatment; HIV testing & PrEP navigation; family planning/birth control; and physicals.  3rd St also offers paid youth programming, including a year long allied health career program.

3rd Street is home to the only Youth Access Point for housing in BVHP.  Youth ages 18-25 can drop-in, Mon-Fri, 1-5:00 PM, to take the city & county’s coordinated entry housing assessment.  3rd St provides wrap around case management for youth who are eligible for rapid rehousing, and problem solving funds for those who are not.


All Stars Project of The San Francisco Bay Area

Contact Kaiya Harris Thompson
Address
Phone (628) 218-5366
Fax
Hours Office Hours, M-F: 8:30am-5:30pm; Virtual Afterschool Program Hours: Tues/Thurs: 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Email sfprograms@allstars.org
Website https://allstars.org/youth-programs-applications/
Target 16-21 year olds
Additional Languages

The All Stars Project (ASP) is a national nonprofit organization founded in 1981, whose mission is to transform the lives of youth and poor communities using the developmental power of performance, in partnership with caring adults.

ASP is forming its 2021 class for the Development School for Youth (DSY), a free afterschool development program. In the DSY, young people experience the business world through a series of rigorous, high-level workshops and trainings with executives and managers and learn to perform as young professionals.

This year, we have developed a virtual version of this program. The DSY Spring Leadership Program will last for 6 weeks, beginning in March. Through the DSY young people ages 16 to 21 will meet 1-2 times a week (via Zoom) and have the opportunity to meet business leaders from across the country. The program includes corporate workshops, resume writing, interviewing skills, and students’ own personal development coach! There are no GPA, grade, or school attendance requirements. One of the program’s outstanding features is the focus on ordinary young people who want to invest in their future, not just the “best” and the “brightest”.

Admission for Spring and Fall classes is ongoing throughout the year!


BAYCAT

Contact Academy Staff
Address 2415 3rd Street, Suite 230, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 701-8228
Fax (415) 701-9228
Hours M-F: 9:00am-5:00pm (Office Hours)
Email academy@baycat.org
Website www.baycat.org
Target Youth 11-18 years old and Young Adults 18-25 years old
Additional Languages

BAYCAT provides paid after-school and summer programs for youth ages 11-18. For young adults ages 18-25 BAYCAT offers a paid pathways studio internship and a number of workshops in media arts.

In addition, BAYCAT is a full-service media studio providing local and national clients with video, audio, web, print and identity design services.


Bayview Boom

Contact John Weiss (Director)
Address
c/o Bayview Renaissance, 1325-B Evans Ave
Phone (415) 689-4335
Fax
Hours Hours vary
Email john@bayviewboom.org
Website www.bayviewboom.org
Target Boys and Girls, ages 10-20, approximately
Additional Languages

The Bayview BOOM is an engineering and entrepreneurship “school-of-the-streets.”  Since 2011, the BOOM has provided hands-on introductory classes in hardware product design, electronics, bicycle repair, motorcycle repair, and more.  Participants learn to use professional tools, techniques, and terminology to build and sell our portable boombox.  Teens love our boombox project!  We develop problem-solving skills, self-control, and a profound sense of accomplishment.


California Academy of Sciences

Contact Leah Kalish (Manager of Youth Engagement)
Address 55 Music Concourse Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone (415) 379-5104
Fax
Hours 18-24 hours per month
Email youthprograms@calacademy.org
Website www.calacademy.org/youth-programs
Target Youth that are underrepresented in STEM
Additional Languages

The Careers in Science program offers a year-round science education and youth development internship with three major components: learning science, teaching science to others, and conducting scientific research.  Interns learn about the findings and processes of science and the natural world through hands-on trainings, field science experiences, and peer and professional mentorships.  This multi-year paid internship serves San Francisco youth typically underrepresented in the sciences.



Hunters Point Family

Gilman Playground (Rec Connect)

Contact Tosheena Bridgewater (Program Director)
Address 1 Bill Walsh Way, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 573-8449
Fax (415) 671-3910
Hours M-F: 10am-6pm; Saturday community events as scheduled
Email tosheena@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target Ages 10-18
Additional Languages

Offers academic support, cultural and arts enrichment, recreational activities, community events and a comprehensive full-day summer camp program.


Girls 2000

Contact Sherri Grier (Program Director)
Address 788 Kirkwood Ave. San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 824-3225
Fax
Hours School year M-F 3:00 pm-7:00 pm
Email sherri@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target Girls in the Hunters Point Bay View area
Additional Languages

Our purpose is to protect and lift-up girls from our neighborhood as they begin to face the many identity pressures that come with adolescence. We support them in gender-specific groups, provide strong role models, nurturing activities, and leadership opportunities. As they find their strength, these young women are equipped with the tools to face society’s challenges. GIRLS 2000 serves young women aged 7–13.


Peacekeepers & Bayview Safehaven

Contact Sherri Grier (Program Director)
Address 2600 Arelious Walker, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-8895
Fax
Hours
Email sherri@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target High risk youth living in the Bayview area
Additional Languages

Crisis Prevention. And Intervention. Mentorship, Literacy Support, and cooking classes.


Phoenix Project

Contact Sherri Grier (Program Director)
Address 59 Cameron Way, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-8895
Fax
Hours M-F: 11:30am-8pm, Sat:10am-2pm (Garden Program)
Email sherri@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target “High risk” youth and young adults living in/near the Alice Griffith public housing community
Additional Languages

Case management, educational advocacy and tutoring, nutrition classes, development and life-skills workshops, enrichment classes and recreational activities. Peacekeeper has a Garden Program on Saturday from 10am-2pm. Bayview Safe Haven is located at 90 Northridge Road, for youth living in or near “Harbor Road” public housing community.


Ujaama

Contact Sherri Grier (Program Director)
Address 1500 Executive Park, Suite 4225, SF CA 94134
Phone (415) 822-8895
Fax (415) 671-3910
Hours
Email sherri@hunterspointfamily.org
Website www.hunterspointfamily.org
Target Youth and young adults ages 16-24 years
Additional Languages

Job readiness, job training, job placement, barrier removal



New Door Ventures

Contact Joel St. Julien (Program Director)
Address 3221 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 920-9200
Fax (415) 920-9203
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email jstjulien@newdoor.org 
Website www.newdoor.org
Target Young people ages 16-24
Additional Languages  Spanish
New Door Ventures provides paid internships, job training, case management and ongoing job placement support to young people in the Bay Area. Through our employment program, young people work for three months at one of our many business partner sites followed by support to find their next jobs. We also offer cash incentivized education classes for young people working toward their high school equivalency (HiSET or GED). Our education program provides individualized support to meet young people where they are at on their education path.

Northridge Coop Homes Community Garden

Contact Jennefere Matthews (Team Director)
Address 10 Ardath Court, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 821-4341
Fax (415) 401-8276
Hours Tue & Sat: 10:00am-1:00pm
Email nchcommunitygarden@gmail.com
Website SFParksAlliance.org
Target Youth & Young Adults from the 94124
Additional Languages  Spanish, Mandarin, Samoan

Northridge Co-op CommUNITY Garden’s mission is to promote long term community wellness and cohesion by engaging, educating, and motivating our young adults and youth to work cooperatively in our community garden. Youth become environmental stewards, learn to create sustainable gardens while conserving water, develop job skills, utilize fresh produce, and share with their community.


Old Skool Cafe

Contact Shawn McGriff (Youth Coach)
Address 1429 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-8531
Fax
Hours Tu-Sat; hours vary
Email contact@oldskoolcafe.org
Website www.oldskoolcafe.org
Target Youth ages 16-22
Additional Languages Spanish

Old Skool Cafe is a violence prevention program, providing marketable employment skills in the restaurant industry to at-risk, formerly incarcerated and foster care youth aged 16-22. Youth receive training, employment, coaching, and wrap-around services at our jazz-themed supper club.


Project Wreckless

Contact Tori Freeman
Address Mailing address: P.O. Box 883032, San Francisco, CA 94188 Bayview Garage (no mail please): 1449 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 350-2927
Fax
Hours Wed and Thurs: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Email tori@projectwreckless.org
Website www.projectwreckless.org
Target At-risk youth between the ages of 14 – 25
Additional Languages

Project Wreckless is a capacity development program targeting the most at-risk youth in the Bayview, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch and other San Francisco neighborhoods. Project Wreckless provides tools for life through an immersive curriculum centered around the restoration of classic cars. We expect more of our youth so they can gain the confidence to expect more of themselves. We now serve high school and TAY youth (up to age 25).




San Francisco Adult Probation Department: Reentry Services

Contact Steve Adami
Address 564 6th Street, San Francisco, CA  94103
Phone (415) 489-7308 or (415) 214-4488
Fax (415) 241-4201
Hours M-F: 8am-5pm
Email steve.adami@sfgov.org
Website www.sfgov.org/adultprobation www.sf-goso.org www.sf-goso.org/casc/
Target Justice Involved Adults who are San Francisco Residents
Additional Languages Translation services are available upon request

CASC:  Reentry Services

The Community Assessment and Services Center (CASC), is a one-stop, multi-service reentry center which specializes in working with justice involved people ages 18 and older.  The CASC embraces a client-centered, strength-based approach, empowers personal responsibility and streamlines access to evidence based services which include clinical and reentry case management, medication management and distribution, peer coaching, cognitive behavioral interventions, substance dependency and recovery services, education and employment services, barrier removal and benefits enrollment assistance.

Led by SFAPD and UCSF/Citywide, and in partnership with SF public safety partners, San Francisco Superior Court, Collaborative Courts, federal probation, state parole, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Human Services Agency, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Department of Child Support Services and an array of talented community based providers, the CASC reduces over-reliance on incarceration, mitigates behavioral health challenges, builds self-sufficiency skills, and strengthens public safety.

We are proud to formally partner with an array of community based providers including Five Keys Schools & Programs, Goodwill Industries, the Senior Ex-Offender Program, Recovery Survival Network, Westside Community Services, America Works, Mentoring Men’s Movement, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, Phatt Chance Community Services, Brothers for Change, San Francisco Forensics Institute, the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice, HealthRIGHT360, Harbor Lights, Healing Circles for Soul Support, Because Black is Still Beautiful, Sister’s Circle,  United Playaz, and Community Works West.


San Francisco Conservation Corps

Contact Tom Holcomb Jr. (Director of CM Development)
Address 3450 3rd Street, 1D, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (843) 513-8427
Fax
Hours 7:30am-4:30pm
Email tholcomb@sfcc.org
Website www.sfcc.org
Target TAY 18-26
Additional Languages

The San Francisco Conservation Corps (SFCC) was established as the first urban conservation corps in the country in 1983. SFCC has worked with over 5,000 young people aged 18 to 26 over the last 38 years by combining paid work experience along with educational attainment. SFCC’s mission is to motivate and connect youth with inspiring work, quality education, and a better future. SFCC’s paid work experience is in the areas of natural resources conservation management and recycling services. The San Francisco Conservation Corps offers young people opportunities to develop themselves, their academic abilities and marketable job skills while addressing community needs through service work. SFCC has grown from a basic education and training program into a robust academic, job training, work readiness and life skills experience for over 100 very low-income young adults each year. SFCC helps its aspirational youth earn their high school diploma through its charter school or pursue vocational or post secondary education and training. SFCC offers two paid orientation sessions a month and its corpsmembers start wage is $17.50 per hour.


San Francisco Unified School District, Career Pathways

Contact Leila Vega (Work-Based Learning Systems Specialist)
Address 750 25th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121
Phone (415) 379-7625
Fax
Hours
Email vegal@sfusd.edu
Website www.sfusd.edu/careerpathways
Target Students, Industry Partners and Community Based Organizations
Additional Languages

Our goal is that each student has college and career exposure to make informed decisions to navigate their educational path after high school. We partner with over 500 community and industry partners to serve over 3,700 students in work-based learning activities such as job shadows and internships. If you are interested in enrolling in San Francisco public high school career pathways programs, please visit our website for more information. If you are interested in hosting youth in your career field, please visit our website.




Young Community Developers, Inc.

Contact
Address 1715 Yosemite Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-3491
Fax (415) 822-1196
Hours  M-F: 8am-5pm
Email ycd.info@ycdjobs.org
Website www.ycdjobs.org
Target
Additional Languages

Young Community Developers (YCD) is a community based organization that provides a variety of training and support opportunities. YCD offers several job readiness training programs and employment support services to their adult customers. In addition, YCD’s Youth Development Department assists youth in their overall development and continued enrichment through job readiness training, academic support, and mentorship. YCD’s Re-Entry team offers services designed to assist high at-risk and in-risk individuals, aged 14-35, involved in the Justice Systems. YCD is also working to target the affordability crisis in District 10 through the acquisition, preservation and development of affordable housing.


Young Women’s Freedom Center

Contact Julia Arroyo (Program Director)
Address 832 Folsom Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone (415) 703-8800 ext 211
Fax
Hours M & Th: 9am-7pm / T, W, F: 9am-5pm
Email julia@youngwomenfree.org
Website www.youngwomenfree.org
Target cis-gender, transgender, queer
Additional Languages  Spanish

*Formerly known as The Center for Young Women’s Development

Sister circle every Thursday 4:00-6:00, 9 month paid internship opportunity, care management, courtroom advocacy, Rap session every Friday 3:30-4:30 in SF Juvenile Justice. We use education as a practice of freedom.