Stay informed on our efforts to support families and the community during this public health crisis. We will update this page with the latest on our operations, as well as how you can help.
The Safe & Sound team is working remotely to provide rapid emergency response to our community, to the maximum extent and as safely as possible.
Tuesday Night Dinner is back! With careful planning and preparation for health & safety guidelines, we are thrilled to bring back our weekly dinner! We have missed seeing everyone and can’t wait to share in community with families.
For any parenting needs or to talk to a staff member for support, please call our TALK Line. We are here to help you & your family get through this hard time.
We’ll do our best to respond and/or connect you to appropriate resources: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parenting Through COVID-19: Visit this page for tips for parents and caregivers on adjusting to caring for kids at home.
Activities To Do with Kids at Home During COVID-19: Visit this page for a list of resources & ideas for parents on how to engage your kids at home.
Bay Area Resources for COVID-19: Visit this page to get connected to concrete resources for ways your family may be impacted by COVID-19, such as unemployment, housing, home learning, and more.
All virtual groups all held through Zoom video conference. Visit our Groups & Workshops page to learn more. Our staff will follow up with the workshop Zoom link upon registration.
Financial contributions are needed now more than ever. Please consider making a contribution to help our community when they need it most. All donations are tax-deductible, and 100% of funds go directly to those in need.
If you have unopened and unused goods at home, Safe & Sound staff are delivering emergency food & hygiene kits to clients.
Drop offs are welcome at our Waller Street location (1757 Waller Street, San Francisco, CA 94117) on Tuesdays between 10 AM – 12 PM. Note that we cannot schedule outside of this time as we are trying to minimize contact between individuals. Please email us to coordinate: email@example.com.
If you suspect that a child is being abused, contact your local child welfare agency. Make a confidential report anytime by calling the hotline at (415) 558-2650 (San Francisco) or (800) 4-A-CHILD (National).
You can find the contact number for other local child welfare agencies here.
If there is an emergency or you believe a child or someone in their household is in imminent danger, call 911.
For the latest updates from the City & County of San Francisco, check the online resources below for updates, call 3-1-1 for guidance regarding COVID-19 public health safety information, and sign up to receive official updates from the City & County about COVID-19 via text message by texting COVID19SF to 888-777.
Ann & Chris Barber
Bella & Canvas
Christina & Joe Bou-Saba
Bristle Hair Shop
Jennifer Brokaw & Allen Fry
Ray & Ann Brown
Robin Paredes Brown
Winn Ellis & David Mahoney
Melinda & William Evers
Family Violence Council
First 5 San Francisco
First Republic Bank
Jo Ellen Gaines
Nonie Greene & Todd Werby
Edward Thomas Harrison
Help a Mother Out
Paul & Mary Henry
Megan & Matt Howard
Allan & Velva Jones
Junior League of San Francisco
Lavinia & Sinan Karahan
Debra Kasper & Michael Neville
Eleanor Knight & James McGinley
Patrick & Gwen Mahoney
Reed Maltzman & Jennifer Gosselin
Manus Family Foundation
Ellen & Peter Obstler
George & Liz Pavlov
Lisa & Travis Pearson
Lisa Stone Pritzker Family Foundation
John Pritzker Family Fund
Regan Pritzker & Chris Olin
Krishna Rao & Lindsey Luebchow
Matthew & Julia Richards
Julian del Rosario
San Francisco County ACEs Connection (CA)
San Francisco Giants
San Francisco Human Services Agency
San Francisco Unified School District
San Francisco Victim Services Division
George H. Sandy Foundation
Jessica & Abdul Saouaf
May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
Greg & Laura Spivy
Sharon Steuer & Jeff Jacoby
The Women’s Building
Wilkes Bashford Helping Hands Emergency Fund
Alexis Woods & Daniel Donahoe
Harold L. Wyman Foundation