The Noe Neighborhood Council greatly appreciates the following information compiled by Kathleen Courtney of the Russian Hill Community Association.
The San Francisco/Marin Food Bank is committed to serving residents regardless of their immigration status. They have a “Food Locator” tool on their web site that allows you to key in your zip code to locate weekly FREE groceries, monthly food boxes for seniors, and one-time emergency food. https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/
CalFresh is another way to stretch your food budget. Assistance is provided for all US-born children, no matter where their parents were born. More information is available at https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/
Information on free school meals may be found at https://www.sfusd.edu/
St. Anthony’s https://www.stanthonysf.org/ is one of the best resources in San Francisco – for the documented or undocumented – at Golden Gate Avenue and Jones Street in San Francisco. There are many services offered at no cost, including food, medical, rental assistance, and more. St. Anthony’s Dining Room is the only free food program open every day of the year. Please see https://www.stanthonysf.org/
St. Anthony’s Medical Clinic is at 150 Golden Gate Avenue. Because of the COVID-19 virus, there have been some changes in protocol with medical staff screening all people. Over 30% of patients served at the clinic are children.
St. Anthony’s Resource Center, https://www.stanthonysf.org/
The San Francisco Day Labor Program, http://www.sfdaylabor.org/, can provide opportunities for day jobs. The address is 3358 Cesar Chavez in San Francisco, and the telephone number is (415) 252-5375.
Alameda Social Services, http://www.