From June 7 to August 17 over 100 sites throughout San Francisco will serve free lunches and snacks to anyone age 18 and under every weekday. No proof of need, registration, or identification is necessary in order to receive a lunch or snack. The only requirement: arrive at a participating site during the site’s serving time.
DCYF and SFDPH have released a Request for Qualifications for African American Family Behavioral Health Services. Agencies identified through the RFQ will work with DCYF and DPH to expand access to effective, culturally responsive behavioral health treatment and supports for African American children, youth and families. Applications are due August 22.
Check out an overview of DCYF history, who we serve, how our funds our allocated, and highlights of initiatives DCYF launched during fiscal year 2016-2017.