Browse over 200 agencies providing social services to women and girls throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Many of these organizations also extend their services to men. The directory is intended to serve as a guide to help members of the community identify resources available to them.
The Commission on the Status of Women's Girls Committee teamed up with Assemblywoman Fiona Ma's office to put together this resource list of services for girls in San Francisco. This useful guide can help young women in San Francisco locate everything from after school programs to health and legal services.
Produced with the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking, this guide is filled with local agencies with expertise in working with survivors of human trafficking.
These programs, funded by the Department, provide services in 6 areas: emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis lines, intervention and advocacy, legal services, and prevention education.
Although every effort has been made to verify information so it is accurate, changes in personnel and services do occur. Please contact the Department on the Status of Women immediately with any modifications, additions, or deletions to the services listed in the Directory.
Please forward information to:
San Francisco Department on the Status of Women
25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 240
San Francisco, CA 94102
Categories of Services:
Anti Human Trafficking
Children and Youth Services
Counseling and Support Services
Education Programs – Youth
Employment Assistance and Training
Emergency Services (in the event of natural or other disaster)
Lesbian / Gay / Bisexual / Transgender Services
Local Government Agencies
Medical and Dental Services
Mental Health Services
Neighborhood Community Services
Services for Individuals with Disabilities
Shelter and Transitional Living
State and Federal Agencies
Substance Abuse Treatment
Violence Against Women Prevention and Intervention Services