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Feeling stressed and overwhelmed by all the responsibilities of parenting? A local Family Resource Center can help. With funding from HSA, neighborhood-based Family Resource Centers provide parents with a range of support services such as child care, counseling, parent education, mentoring, case management, and other activities that strengthen families and improve child well-being.

Asian Pacific Islander Family Resource Network

Lead Agency: Asian Perinatal Advocates
638 Clay Street
(415) 617-0061
Asian and Pacific Islander families with children ages 0-14.

Bayview Hunters Point Family Resource Center

Lead Agency: Urban Services YMCA
1601 Lane Street
(415) 822-7728
Families with children ages 0-14 residing in the Bayview Hunters Point community.

Chicano/Latino Family Resource System

Lead Agency: Instituto Familiar De La Raza
2919 Mission Street
(415) 229-0550
Chicano/Latino families with children ages 0-14.

Oceanview/Merced/Ingleside Family Resource Center

Lead Agency: YMCA Urban Services
156 Broad Street
(415) 406-1370
Families with children ages 0-17 residing in the OMI community.

Potrero Hill Family Resource Center

Lead Agency: Economic Opportunity Council
85 Turner Terrace
(415) 206-2133
Families with children ages 0-14 and homeless individuals.

Support for Families with Children with Disabilities

2601 Mission Street, Suite 606
(415) 282-7494
Families with children with special health needs/disabilities.

TalkLine Family Support Center

Lead Agency: San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center
1757 Waller Street
(415) 441-KIDS (5437)
Families, parents and caregivers with children under age 18.