Access California's marketplace where you and your family may get financial assistance to make coverage more affordable and where you will be able to compare and choose health coverage that best fits your needs and budget.
Healthy San Francisco is a program designed to make health care services available and affordable to uninsured San Francisco residents. It is operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH).
The City's DPH Retail Food Safety Program monitors compliance of local and state food safety regulations in restaurants, markets, and all other retail food operations.
Access public benefits provided by the State of California. Learn about and apply for medical, food, and cash assistance programs. The MyBenefits CalWIN portal also provides ongoing access to benefit information.
Access Health Alerts, Advisories, and Updates regarding communicable disease outbreaks, immunization updates, and emerging infectious diseases affecting our community.
Access a variety of financial assistance programs if you are an unemployed, underemployed or disabled San Franciscan. Learn about which programs you may be able to qualify.
Access services dedicated to helping children. Report suspected child abuse or neglect. Learn how to adopt a child or become a foster parent.
The City's Environmental Health services aim to ensure safe and nutritious food; protection from excessive noise; prevention of exposure to chemicals, polluted soil, air and water; habitable housing; and quality neighborhoods.
Access employment services through the City's Career Link Centers. The City's HSA collaborates with many local community agencies to provide specific vocational services
Access a variety of projects designed to support of children, youth, and families and to participate in a broad range of programs in the areas of early child care, academic support, health and wellness, youth workforce development, and cultural enrichment.