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

3rd Street is home to the only Youth Access Point *(located around the corner at 5688 3rd Street)* 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.


Bayview Child Health Center

Contact Mark Rha (Nurse Care Manager)
Address 3450 3rd Street, Bldg 2, Suite 2A, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 697-0500
Fax (415) 697-0501
Hours M-Th: 8am-5pm; F: 8am-3:30pm; Lunch from 12pm-1pm
Email bchc@smhcsf.org 
Website http://www.smhcsf.org/services.html#pediatrics
Target Maternal Child Health- Pediatrics 0-26 and Women 26-55
Additional Languages Spanish

We work to promote health and wellness by addressing your physical, mental and emotional needs. We offer services for patients from birth through 26 years of age and female caregivers ages 26 to 55, including: preventive care and physicals, same day appointments (acute care for illness and injuries), chronic disease management (such as diabetes, asthma and more), referrals to vetted specialists and mental health providers, and management of multi-specialty care plans including mental health. Our mission is to provide the right care, at the right time.


Bayview Clinic – Marin City Health and Wellness Center

Contact
Address 6301 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 339-8813
Fax (415) 339-8814
Hours Monday – Thursday: 9am-5pm; Closed Friday
Email info@marincityclinic.org
Website https://bayviewclinic.org/
Target African American families, public housing residents, homeless and the general population
Additional Languages  Spanish

Come to the Bayview Clinic for all your healthcare needs! Services include primary medical, dental, behavioral and maternal healthcare, HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living) education, and youth leadership programs. Our mission is to provide innovative health and wellness services to all, with the goal of African American health equity. We are located in the historic Arthur H. Coleman Medical Center, founded in 1960 by a local leader and community health pioneer. The Bayview Clinic is affiliated with Marin City Health & Wellness Center, founded in 2006 to provide care for and by African Americans.


Bayview Hunters Point YMCA

Contact Tacing Parker (Senior Executive Director)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 820-4246
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours M-F: 8am-5pm; Weekends Closed
Email aparker@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/bayview
Target Afterschool program, health and wellness, education, youth sports, family resource center, workforce development
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese

Non-profit service organization, from urban to rural representing a diversity of faiths and ethnicities, Afterschool programs and in summer camps; from preschool through high school; our goal is to help youth achieve their highest potential, provider of health & wellness programs; focus on diabetes prevention and provide opportunities for social, emotional and physical wellness at every stage of life, food pantry, expanded food distribution for people, youth sports; gymnasium and basketball


BVHP YMCA

Contact Jibraan Lee (Beacon Director)
Address 350 Girard Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Phone (415) 330-1593
Fax
Hours M-Th: 2pm-6pm; F: 1:15pm-6pm
Email jalee@ymcasf.net
Website www.ymcasf.org/locations/bayview-hunters-point-ymca
Target Students and Families of Dr. Martin Luther King Middle School
Additional Languages Spanish

For the past nine years, the Bayview YMCA has provided services, staffing, and programming to the Martin Luther King school community. In 2018, MLK Beacon became an official Beacon Center as part of a citywide expansion of Beacon Centers at school sites across San Francisco.

Beacon Centers strengthen the connection between schools,students,and families while offering resources and programming to meet the needs of the larger surrounding community. MLK Beacon programs are focused on youth development,academic interventions to close the achievement gap, and family partnerships. We are proud to provide students with safe and supportive year-round out of school time opportunities.


 


Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Contact Roxanne Buchwitz (Program Lead)
Address 2901 Irving Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 682-0566
Fax (415) 682-0567
Hours M-Sun 10:00am – 7:00pm
Email sftzuchi@yahoo.com
Website www.tzuchi.us
Target Underprivileged students and families
Additional Languages Mandarin, Cantonese

Build student-centered learning environments, with a focus on disadvantaged students, guided by the core values of Gratitude, Respect and Love • Provide daily life necessities with uniform distribution, individual case management, food pantry and dental outreach; • Prepare students with scholastic and life skills with excellent attendance awards, math tutoring and mentoring, college scholarship and cultural diversity education; • Strengthen family commitment to education with parent support group, career counseling, family healthy living program; • Partner with schools and communities with school-based interventions, community outreach and community youth program.


Candlestick Point State Recreation Area

Contact Charli Baker (Community Engagement Interpreter)
Address  1150 Carroll Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 822-8032
Email charli.baker@parks.ca.gov
Website https://www.parks.ca.gov
Target All
Hours Monday-Sunday: 8am-5pm

Candlestick Point State Recreation Area is the oldest urban state park in California. We provide over 3 miles of trails and offer picnicking, biking, walking, fishing, swimming and other recreation opportunities. Our team is also working diligently to increase our in-person and virtual programming, including community events, school field trips, public events and more! We are looking for local and regional partners to reimagine how the State Park system can serve our Bayview and Bay Area community.


Center for Youth Wellness at Safe and Sound

Contact Lydia Vincent-White (Senior Program Manager, Community Resource & Engagement)
Address 3450 3rd Street, Bldg 2, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 429-2054
Fax
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Email lydia.vincentwhite@safeandsound.org
Website www.centerforyouthwellness.org www.stresshealth.org https://safeandsound.org/
Target 0-18
Additional Languages Spanish

We are a health organization co-located with our pediatric primary care partner, the Bayview Child Health Center (BCHC). We serve children and families identified through standard Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) screening that occurs during annual medical Well Child Visits. Our integrated services aimed at mitigating the effects of ACEs and toxic stress include: Care Coordination, Therapy (individual, dyadic, family), Psychiatry, and Bio- and Neurofeedback. All patients are identified and referred by their primary care providers at BCHC. Center for Youth Wellness (CYW) Clinical Programs does not accept external referrals due to the integrated nature of the care model.



Community Youth Center San Francisco – Bayview Youth Advocates

Contact
Address 5009 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 550-1151
Fax
Hours Mon-Fri. 10:00am-6:30pm
Email
Website www.cycsf.org
Target Multicultural High School Students going to school or living in District 10 of San Francisco
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese

Bayview Youth Advocates (BYA) is a multicultural youth leadership development
program for high school students living or attending school in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunter’s Point/District 10. Each year, 30+ youth are selected to become Youth Advocates and together they will work to reduce violence and create harmony and understanding through advocacy, education and outreach. Youth Advocates are provided with the skills and opportunities to plan and organize community service events, service-learning projects, community & political advocacy events, and much more to educate, advocate, and transform our community.



Dr. George W. Davis Senior Center

Contact  Cathy Davis (Executive Director)
Address 1753 Carroll Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-1444
Fax (415) 822-5327
Hours M-F 9am-5pm and Sat. 10am-4pm
Email info@bhpmss.org
Website www.bhpmss.org
Target  Seniors and disable persons
Additional Languages  Cantonese and Samoan

We provide seniors and disabled persons with a nutritious lunch at 12 noon; six days a week-Monday through Saturday. Seniors and disabled persons are invited to participate in arts, crafts, music, recreational activities and health education workshops. Case managers are available to help connect seniors and disabled individuals with resources and referrals on housing, money management and social services.




FACES SF Bayview

Contact Robyn King (Preschool Site Supervisor)
Address 100 Whitney Young Circle, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 821-7550
Fax (415) 821-0442
Hours M-F: 7:30am-5:30pm
Email rking@facessf.org
Website www.facessf.org
Target 0 months – 12 years
Additional Languages  Spanish

FACES SF provides critical assistance to low-income families citywide, with a focus in the Haight Ashbury, Western Addition, Visitation Valley, and Bayview Hunters Point neighborhoods in the following areas: early childhood development, workforce training, school-age enrichment programs, and family support services. Over 80% of the families we serve survive beneath the Extremely Low Income Line in San Francisco as determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.


Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy/Presidio Trust/National Park Service

Contact Jennifer Green (Parks Conservancy), PaHoua Lee (Crissy Field Center), Amy Deck (Presidio Trust)
Address Fort Mason, Building 201, San Francisco, CA 94123
Phone (415) 561-3054
Fax
Hours Monday-Saturday
Email jgreene@parksconservancy.org plee@parksconservancy.org adeck@presidiotrust.gov
Website www.crissyfieldcenter.org
Target Youth, families, seniors, multi-generational
Additional Languages Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin

We provide park experiences in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Presidio. We also provide youth leadership programs.



Literacy for Environmental Justice

Contact
Address 1150 Carroll Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 463-0213, (415) 710-9878
Fax (866) 909-9466
Hours Tu-Sat: 9am-4:30pm
Email
Website www.lejyouth.org
Target Youth and Young Adults in Bayview and 94124
Additional Languages Spanish

The mission of Literacy for Environmental Justice (LEJ) is to foster an understanding of the principles of environmental justice and urban sustainability in our young people in order to promote the long-term health of our communities. We provide free educational and service learning opportunities for K-12 schools and colleges, professional development opportunities to K-12 teachers, and volunteer opportunities at the Candlestick Point State Rec Area. Paid Youth Internships are available.



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.



San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Contact Casey Ingham
Address 1720 Market Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
Phone (415) 431-2453 x315
Fax
Hours
Email info@sfbike.org
Website www.sfbike.org
Target
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to transform San Francisco’s streets and neighborhoods into safe, just, and livable places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation. The Bike It Forward program takes reclaimed bikes and partners with community based organizations to identify low income or transportation dependent recipients for them. Community members can learn the basics of bicycle repair every Wednesday (currently on hold due to COVID-19) at Community Repair Night where the reclaimed bicycles are refurbished, or bring in their own bicycles for help with maintenance. We also offer free bicycle education classes (which are often held in the Bayview) for youth and adults on everything from learning to ride a bike for the first time, to riding in the rain and at night.


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 Recreation & Parks Department – EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park

Contact Miguel Dimas (Facility Manager)
Address 32 Jennings Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 530-8399
Hours Tues -Sat 10-4pm (exception- closed from 12-1 for lunch break)
Email ecocenterhhp@sfgov.org 
Website https://sfrecpark.org/destination/ecocenter-at-herons-head-park/
Target All ages
Additional Languages

The EcoCenter is an off the grid facility and a hub of recreational fun and environmental education in beautiful Heron’s Head Park. Run by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the EcoCenter offers guided field trips for youth K-12, EcoCenter tours, volunteer opportunities, public workshops and space for hosting meetings and community events. To learn more visit our website.





Wu Yee Children’s Service Bayview Child Development Center

Contact Bonnie Harris-Tobias
Address  1601 Lane Street, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone  (415) 655-9567
Fax
Hours M-F: 8am-5:15pm
Email  cdadmin@wuyee.org enroll@wuyee.org
Website wuyee.org
Target Preschoolers, ages 3-5 years
Additional Languages  Spanish

Bayview Early Learning Center offers Head Start and serves 20 children ages 3-5 years. Located within the Bayview YMCA, the center has one classroom and an enclosed yard, and is one of 12 centers in Wu Yee’s Early Learning Program, which also includes Family Child Care and Home Visiting options. Wu Yee also offers Family and Community services including child care Resource and Referral, connecting families to affordable child care that best fits their needs, the Joy Lok Family Resource Center, public benefits assistance, and child care payment assistance (Early Learning Scholarships), as well as support for family child care educators.