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 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.


 


Bayview YMCA African American Holistic Wellness

Contact Gigi Hill-Hopkins (Senior Director of Health & Wellness)
Address 1601 Lane Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 822-7728 Extention: 4256
Fax (415) 822-7769
Hours  9am-7pm
Email Ghill-hopkins@ymcasf.org
Website www.ymcasf.org/programs/african-american-holistic-wellness-program-bayview-hunters-point
Target African American, Aging Adults, SF Residents
Additional Languages

The African American Holistic Wellness Program builds a stronger sense of community and decreases the impact of trauma among African Americans by promoting healthy lifestyles through fostering physical, mental, emotional and spiritual fitness; encouraging healthy social connections; and providing opportunities to make a meaningful contribution. Services include individual counseling, evidences based and peer-to-peer support groups, educational workshops, cultural events, and movement classes. All of our services reflect the following guided principles: trauma informed, holistic health approaches, cultural/racial humility, and outcome driven.


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.


City of Dreams

Contact Jarae Clark
Address 1030 Oakdale Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124
Phone (415) 378-4275
Fax
Hours M-Sat: 9am-6pm
Email info@cityofdreams.org
Website www.cityofdreams.org
Target Ages 8-24
Additional Languages Spanish

One-on-one mentorship, Saturday field trips, garden education during summer and after-school program, TAY life skills groups.




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.


Friends of the Children – SF Bay Area

Contact Frederique Clermont (Program Director)
Address 111 Quint Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 400-4998
Fax
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm (Office); Tu-Sat.: 10am-6pm (Mentors)
Email fclermont@friendssfbayarea.org
Website www.friendssfbayarea.org
Target Kindergartners attending our Bayview community partner HOPE-SF Schools – Malcom X Academy, G.W. Carver ES, Charles Drew ES. and Hillcrest ES.
Additional Languages

FRIENDS OF THE CHILDREN is an innovative Professional Mentoring program that helps vulnerable children transform their lives. •Friends begins working with children in kindergarten and stays with them all the way through high school graduation –12-1/2 years, no matter what! •Friends uses full-time, salaried, Professional Mentors–not volunteers. •Each child spends four hours a week with their Professional Mentor. •Friends develops an individualized plan to help each child reach their academic and social potential.


Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

Contact Ed Cheveres (Director of Youth Services)
Address  1294 Potrero Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone (415) 401-4253
Fax
Hours Monday-Friday (Varies per program)
Email echeveres@goodsamfrc.org
Website goodsamfrc.org
Target Bayview, Hunters Point and Mission Students and Families
Additional Languages Spanish

We offer comprehensive afterschool programs and Student Latinx Newcomer/ELL Support Groups at multiple sites and schools across the city. This Includes: a K-8 Community After School Program at Calvary Hill Community Church, a Beacon Community School Program at Willie Brown Middle School, a ExCEl Expanded Learning Program at Thurgood Marshall Academic High School, and support groups at many SFUSD schools across the city. All services are delivered with trauma informed care and culturally responsive best practices.



Hunters Point Family – Girls 2000

Contact
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.


Lifting and Empowering Generations of Adults, Children, and Youth (LEGACY)

Contact Bonnie Friedman (Program Director)
Address 1305 Evans Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone (415) 920-7700
Fax (415) 920-7729
Hours M-F: 9am-5:30pm
Email bonnie.friedman@sfdph.org
Website
Target Offering Family case management , mentoring for youth, informal counseling and goal setting support for parents and youth, Advocacy and support through system navigation. Psycho-Educational and support groups – Tripple P Parenting classes, Cantonese Support group and Spanish support group for parents. Youth groups- Rymeology, Girls Group , TAY Wrap
Additional Languages Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese

Assists families in navigating agencies and services such as behavioral health, foster care, juvenile justice and special education.  Youth team, family/parent advocate, parenting classes, girls group, mentoring and other psycho-educational work groups.


Project Wreckless

Contact Annie (Executive Director)
Address Mailing address: P.O. Box 883032, San Francisco, CA 94188 Bayview Garage (no mail please): 1449 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone
Fax
Hours Wed and Thurs: 5:00pm-7:00pm
Email info@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 Brown Bombers Football & Cheer

Contact Ranon E. Ross, Sr.
Address 509 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone (415) 820-1516
Fax (415) 671-0699
Hours W-F: 5pm-7pm
Email sfbombers@hotmail.com
Website www.sfbrownbombers.org
Target Youth 5-15 years old
Additional Languages

We provide tackle football, cheer-leading and dance opportunities for youth ages 5 to 15 years old.  We provide academic support and mentoring services to participants in need of services.  We provide leadership opportunities for youth and volunteer opportunities for adults through the administration of ALL our programs.  We create community partnerships to help foster community building with local businesses, government, churches, and Community Based Organizations (CBO).


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.




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.