The Office of Economic and Workforce Development connects job seekers in San Francisco, who are unemployed, under-employed or have barriers to employment, with job opportunities in growing industries.
Access a broad of array of services and programs including the Violence Against Women Intervention & Prevention Program to address domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Connect with government agencies and non-profit organizations whose missions are to meet your particular needs, including: healthcare and mental health services, education benefits, and employment opportunities.
Access resources dedicated to helping families in underserved communities by connecting them to services such as Medi-Cal, the Earned Income Tax Credit, CalFresh and the Women, Infants and Children program (WIC).
Access services dedicated to assist seniors, adults with disabilities, and their families to maximize self-sufficiency, safety, health, and independence.
Learn how to get access to City public services including Food Stamps, Medi-Cal, School Meals, Child Care, IHSS, EITC, WIC and other benefits.
The City offers several Immigrant assistance programs including a broad spectrum of services that lead to full civic, economic and linguistic integration.
Access a variety of Homeless services such as emergency shelter beds, eviction prevention, transitional housing and other services.
Access services dedicated to addressing the health needs of all San Franciscans, with a special emphasis on the City's most vulnerable, diverse populations. Services include primary care, specialty care, acute care, home care, long-term care, and emergency care.
Learn and access an extensive set of health services and programs offered by the City's Dept of Public Health.