We Are Doing Our Part to Help Keep Our Community Safe During the COVID-19 Bay Area “Shelter in Place” Mandate

CARECEN SF is taking the following steps to contribute towards keeping our community and staff safe during the COVID-19 or Novel Coronavirus pandemic.

All staff are currently working remotely and focused on individual follow-up with our existing client base by phone. To ensure they have relevant and needed information regarding access to food, shelter, emergency childcare, and other measures the City and County of San Francisco are currently putting into place during the mandatory “Shelter in Place” mandate.


Temporary suspension of Immigration Legal Drop-In Consultations

We will provide LIMITED legal consultations BY PHONE ONLY starting Wednesday, March 18th, Monday–Friday from 9am–11am

We will continue working closely with our existing client base. Please know that to date many immigration related institutions, including courts have closed. We will continue case related work and follow-up directly with individual clients.

Please see our notice for the Immigration Legal Program for more detailed information regarding our services as well as changes and updates occurring at state and federal facilities during the COVID-19 crisis.


Temporary suspension of all in-person Case Management appointments

Case management staff will continue working remotely to support our clients and their families.

No new referrals will be accepted at this time

School-based peer groups are temporarily suspended

All field trips are temporarily suspended


Temporary suspension of Tattoo Removal Clinic Program

Per the SF Department of Public Health, our Tattoo Removal Clinic has been suspended until determined by SFDP, our medical partner in the clinic.


Temporary suspension of Family Support/Apoyo Familiar Drop-In Consultations

The drop-in case consultations Family Support/Apoyo Familiar provided to the public on Wednesdays from 9am–Noon have been suspended until further notice.

Case management is still being provided to existing clients via phone and email.
Case managers are in contact with their clients and are informing them of community resources and sharing prevention information related to Convid-19.

Please call (415) 872-7465 for information and to be referred to a case manager.


Temporary suspension of our weekly Health Promotion Workshops at Parque Niños Unidos Clubhouse

All cooking, reading, dance and movement classes are suspended until further notice.