COVID-19 Resident Resources

ALERT: SF has free COVID19 testing for anyone with symptoms.
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 RENT ASSISTANCE: If you are having trouble making rent


Yes, we are in a strange situation and many of us are losing work, income, childcare, healthcare, school and more. Hopefully some of these resources can help.
This list is provided by volunteer residents and Board members of the San Francisco Community Land Trust. If you need help accessing any of these resources, email us covid-outreach[at] and we will try to help.

Keeping Safe
This is well done by a doctor.

Funding: Check here often as grantmakers are getting organized. Many funds are direct to people and workers. (click on "Response Funds" tab)


Government - Main COVID-19


Rent Assistance/Utilities

Tenant Rights

Child Care/School
Find free meals for children
Find out about emergency childcare centers

Seniors & People with Disabilities

Workers - Employees

Small Businesses - Employers


Mutual Aid/Volunteering
D5 Mutual Aid


Official government information
Note that each neighborhood supervisor has up to date information sites

Board of Supervisors
District 1 Sandra Lee Fewer
District 2 Catherine Stefani
District 3 Aaron Peskin
District 4 Gordon Mar
District 5 Dean Preston
District 6 Matt Haney
District 7 Norman Yee - Board President
District 8 Rafael Mandelman
District 9 Hillary Ronen
District 10 Shamann Walton
District 11 Ahsha Safaí

General Information
Stay Home, Stay Alive
Parking SFMTA service changes and parking enforcement

Health Information
    Mental Health

  • If you are feeling anxious, stressed, depressed or isolated, you can call the San Francisco Mental Health Warm Line at (855) 845-7415 or chat with them online at
  • If you are a senior who is feeling isolated due to the coronavirus, the Institute of Aging has a warm line called The Friendship Line. It operates 24 hours a day at 800-971-0016.
  • If you are having thoughts about harming yourself, you can call the San Francisco Suicide Prevention hotline at (415) 781-0500, and they can provide you with confidential emotional support. You can also chat online with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
  • If you are co-quarantined with an abuser or are worried about having to self-isolate in a dangerous home situation, you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at (800) 799-7233 or chat online at


For those with alcohol and addiction issues, you can find help in programs like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. For confidential support from Alcoholics Anonymous, you can call their helpline at (415) 674-1821 or email them at [email protected]. To reach Narcotics Anonymous, call (415) 610-7294. Online meetings are also available at and