Free Health Checkups and Movie Nights

Movie Nights: Films That Raise Awareness About Sexual Assault and Prevention


Wednesday, August 22nd, 6 pm

Fourth Wednesday of every month

3543 18th St., San Francisco

Join us for 3 films that raise awareness about Sexual Assault.

The Women’s Building’s free film series focused on sexual assault and prevention will happen every 4th Wednesday of each month beginning this August 22nd. This month’s film is “The Hunting Ground” and will screen in our Audre Lorde room at 6 pm. The August guest speaker/facilitator is Denise Caramagno, UC Campus Advocate.

Admission is free and popcorn & drinks will be provided. Plus, there is a facilitated discussion after each film and lots of information on resources available for women, and details on how YOU can join the Women’s Building’s fight to end it.

Join us!

For more information, visit or contact or 415 431-1180 x 20.

Free Health Checkups for District 10 Residents


Saturday, August 25th, 10 am – 4 pm

4936 Third St, San Francisco, CA 94188


The San Francisco Black Firefighters Association is providing free health checkups to District 10 community residents on August 25th.


They will also provide information on nutrition and mental health.

Office of Malia Cohen, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors | 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, CA 94102

Housing Opportunity thru HomeMatch SF!




Home Match San Francisco is a joint program of Northern California Presbyterian Homes & Service and Episcopal Senior Communities. The program is a project funded by the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. Our mission is to expand housing opportunities to low and moderate income people who live, work, or attend school in San Francisco by maximizing existing housing stock. We provide a platform, tools, and support to connect homeowners and home seekers.

Below you will find a fantastic housing opportunity. Please read posting carefully and only respond if you meet the guidelines. Happy house hunting!

Room with a view

Interested in gardening? Want to share a home with a community-oriented and peaceful Bayview resident? Home Match SF may have just the right opportunity for you!

What: A garden-view room in a two-bedroom, 1 bathroom home in the Bayview. The owner is a male and his block recently won an award for “greening” the area. The home is two blocks from the T line, has street parking and a washer and dryer. The room is furnished and looks out to a lovely garden in the backyard. The home could be a great fit for someone who likes to garden.

Costs: $1,000 a month with utilities included. Move in fee of $3,000, which includes first month and last months’ rent as well as a $1,000 deposit.

Homeowner: Health-oriented, tidy and peaceful male who is very active in the Bayview community.

Who you are: This room is for one person (male) only: a man who is quiet, calm, responsible and neat. You are likely a student or working professional. You are respectful of the home and garden. You have occasional visitors (e.g., once per month) do not smoke, play loud music or wear shoes in home.

As a part of the Home Match SF program, you must earn less than $74,600 per year and agree to background check; home owner and home seeker will exchange references. There is no fee for our service.

Interested? Contact Home Match SF for an application at: 415-351-1000 or


A friendly reminder:

If you need assistance in applying for rental opportunities, visit SFHDC on Application Assistance Fridays between 9:30am to 4:30pm @ our main office: 4439 3rd Street, SF CA 94124

SFHDC | 4439 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124

President Cohen’s August 2018 Newsletter

President Malia Cohen’s


Keeping San Francisco’s District 10 affordable, working, healthy, and safe!

Malia Cohen

Keep in touch: 
(415) 554-7670



Important Changes Coming to CalFresh/Food Stamps

As of September 1st, San Francisco will be required to reinstate federal work requirements for CalFresh if recipients want to keep their benefits for more than three out of every 36 months. The requirements will apply to those known as Able Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWD) – adults between the age of 18 and 49 who have no children in their household and do not qualify for an exemption (visit for a list of exemptions).
Need help or have questions? The San Francisco Human Services Agency is here for support at (415) 558-4700 or visit

Public Comment on Parcel G Plan Closes Aug. 14th 

District 10 residents are heavily encouraged to review the Navy’s documents and submit a comment on the Parcel G work plan before the Navy’s 60-day public comment period ends to Derek Robinson at
The following links are for related documents:

Courtesy US Navy

Save the Date: The Navy will hold an informational meetings at the OCII Community Room (451 Galvez Ave) regarding Radiological Update on Wednesday, October 3rd at 5:30 pm. Community members are encouraged to attend.
If you would like more information on other parcels, or the overall cleanup at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS), you may query the online Administrative Record.

Reminder: Dogpatch Permit Parking Starts Next Month

The Dogpatch Parking Management Plan establishes parking restrictions on most of the blocksand a

Courtesy SFMTA

new RPP Area, Area EE, replacing the portion of Area X east of Iowa Street. If you live or own a business within the new Residential PermitParking (RPP) Area EE you may be eligible for a RPP permit.

Please Be Advised of the Following Important Dates:
  • Installation of Area EE parking permit signs and multi-space meters will begin this month.
  • Parking Enforcement starts September 4, 2018.
You are eligible to purchase an Area EE parking permit if:
  • You are a resident of Area EE and have a motor vehicle registered in your name at your address, or
  • You own or lease commercial property and actively engage in business within the approved area (see rules for obtaining an RPP Permit, Rule # 6).
For more information about the Dogpatch Parking Management Plan, visit or email

Courtesy SFMTA

How would you spend $600,000 to improve transportation? Join the Steering Committee and help your community direct $600,000 in Bayview Transportation Funding.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) has secured $600,000 to improve mobility and access for the Bayview’s residents. As part of the Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan, these funds could be spent on infrastructure, such as new bus stops and improved routes to transit, or on programs, like a community shuttle or more frequent MUNI service.
To decide on how to spend these new funds, the SFMTA is launching a participatory budgeting exercise. Through participatory budgeting, community members work together to come up with ideas, develop them into proposals and vote on where the money will go.
The first step of this participatory budgeting exercise is to create a Steering Committee of community members. This Steering Committee will decide on the rules of the participatory budgeting process, which projects are eligible for voting and funding, and how the overall process is run in the community.
The SFMTA wants there to be no barriers to participation in the Steering Committee. The agency will be offering compensation for community members willing to dedicate their time to this effort. Women, people of color, seniors, youth, and people with low incomes are especially encouraged to apply. Applications are available in both Spanish and Chinese.
Apply today or contact Christopher Kidd at or (415) 646-2852 to get more information.

Upcoming Events

District 10
Bayview Uncorked: Fourth Edition
Thursday, August 2nd, 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Bayview Opera House (4705 3rd St.)

Courtesy Anne Hamersky

Bayview Uncorked is a celebration of San Francisco’s Bayview district. This annual fundraiser brings the community together and supports local makers, wineries, breweries, and artists. This year’s beneficiary is Bayview non-profit organization, Imprint City.
Over 30 local wines and beers will be available to taste from including August West Wine, Black Hammer Brewing, Cellars 33, Fort Point Beer Company, Flywheel Wines, Gratta Wines, Harmonic Brewing, Laughing Monk Brewing, Magnolia Brewing, Raff Distillerie, Sequoia Sake, Seven Stills, and SF Mead!
Tickets are available for purchase at ($30) or at the door ($35, cash only). This event is 21+ only and IDs will be checked at the door.
August 4 to November 3
District 10
Neighborfest is right around the corner!
Starting August 4th and going through November 3rd, the  Neighborhood Empowerment Network (GSA) is supporting residents in your district as they create intimate block parties. Just as the late Mayor Ed Lee learned when he went to New Orleans to learn about their recovery, when neighbors know neighbors, their community is more resilient. And that is just what Neighborfest is designed to do, help neighbors meet neighbors. Then we take our Neighborfest table with map of the host’s neighborhood and talk to them about emergency preparedness and resources the City offers to help prepare residents for disasters.
Starting in August there are 10 planned block parties (they still have to go through the ISCOTT process but we expect they’ll be approved) in your district. Here are the details of the block parties (the hours are subject to change by the hosts).
Come out to the Neighborfests in your district and help us build more resilient communities.
Block Party Location
Est attendance
Block party host
10 AM
6 PM
Yosemite Ave btw Mendell and Lane (Approved)
April Spears
11 AM
4 PM
Ingerson Ave btw 3rd St and Jennings St (Approved)
Watkins &
Amber Allen
9 AM
4 PM
Ardath Ct and Hudson Ave (Approved)
(Toni) Mobley
  12 PM
4 PM
Hilltop Park on LaSalle Ave and Whitney Young Circle
Brittney Doyle
9 AM
7 PM
Galvez St Between 3rd St and Phelps St
Ruth Jordan
10 AM
4 PM
Minnesota St and 22nd St
Bruce Huie (Dogpatch
Neighborhood Association)
11 AM
3 PM
Bayview Opera House
11 AM
9 PM
Connecticut St. Btw 20th and 22nd St
Lisa Ryers
11 AM
4 PM
Quesada Ave at Third
Newhall btw Kirkwood and Jerrold
Kristin Houk
Community Baby Shower
Friday, August 10th, 1 pm – 4 pm
1290 Fillmore St
San Francisco Black Infant Health will be hosting a Community Baby Shower on August 10th, 2018 from 1 – 4 pm at 1290 Fillmore. There will be refreshments, gifts, activities, raffles, and more! Free transportation is provided within San Francisco. Please RSVP at (415) 776-4457.
25th Annual Pistahan Parade and Festival 
Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th
Parade: Civic Center along Market St towards 4th St.
Festival: Yerba Buena Gardens
Experience the best of Filipino art, dance, music and food at the Pistahan Parade and Festival. Billed as the largest celebration of Filipino Americans in the U.S., the the two-day event organized by the Filipino American Arts Exposition (FAAE) is expected to draw over 80,000 people over the weekend.
The Parade is the traditional kickoff for the Pistahan weekend. The Parade w

ill be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 11 am from the SF Civic Center, along Market Street towards 4th St. Following the Parade, the Festival continues on August 11th and 12th from 11 am to 5 pm at the Yerba Buena Gardens.
Admission is free and fun for the entire family! Visit for details.
SF Public Works’ Love Our City Cleanup
Saturday, September 8th, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
San Francisco needs you! Join your neighbors on Saturday September 8, as we get swept up with civic pride and all do our part to keep our city clean. The ask is simple: LOVE OUR CITY! Grab a broom and dustpan, sweep the sidewalk in front of your home or business and pick up litter in your neighborhood. Together, we can make a meaningful, positive impact.
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and it takes teamwork to keep it looking good. On September 8, we’ll make a community-wide push to improve our neighborhoods – with a goal of keeping the momentum going. Every day.
If you don’t have the tools you need to get the job done, Public Works does! You can get supplies the morning of September 8 during a LOVE OUR CITY event at a neighborhood kickoff location near you. Let us know you’re part of the team by registering on or call (415) 641-2600.
LOVE OUR CITY! Join the team. Keep SF clean.


Free School Supplies for Homeless and Low-Income Residents
Free the Need – Free the Need’s Back to School Giveaway originated at Siskiyou County in 2003, and has become a special community event that prepares children and teens for school with clothing, backpacks, school supplies, personal care items and haircuts. Last year, Free the Need successfully extended their giveaway to the San Francisco Bay Area. Parents interested are encouraged to apply online at
BMAGIC – The Bayview Hunters Point Mobilization for Adolescent Growth in our Communities (BMAGIC) aims to equip children from kindergarten to 12th grade with essential school supplies to celebrate the beginning of the new school year. They will provide backpacks filled with school supplies to Bayview-Hunters Point families in need on Sunday, August 18th from 11:00am to 2:00pm at NOW Hunters Point (155 Jennings St).
St. Anthony’s Foundation – St. Anthony Foundation’s Free Clothing Program is a free program providing homeless and low-income residents with clothing for work or job interview, winter attire, and clothes for students. Program details can be found at
Child Support Services
San Francisco Department of Child Support Services – SFDCSS empowers parents to provide economic support for their children by furnishing child support services in the form of location of parents, establishment of paternity and support obligations, and enforcement of support obligations thereby contributing to the well-being of families and children. Walk-in services are available at:
  • SFDCSS Main Office at 617 Mission Street, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • San Francisco Superior Court, 400 McAllister Street, Room 423, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • City College – Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia Street, Room 154, Mondays, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon
For more information, please visit or call (415) 356-2950 for a consultation.

Hunters Point Naval Shipyard: 2nd Quarter 2018 Progress Update; Public Comment Periods Remain Open; Visit the Radiological Retesting Page on Navy’s Website

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有关海军在猎人角海军造船厂的清理活动方案的更多信息,请拨打 (833) 350-6222 并留言。

Para más información sobre el programa de limpieza de la Marina en Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, favor de dejar un mensaje en (833) 202-5888.



Navy Presents Summary of Recent Achievements, Overview of Upcoming Activities

The current Quarterly Update summarizes the HPNS community involvement activities and documents available for public review between April and June 2018, as well as upcoming activities and documents scheduled for July through September 2018.

Click here to read the Second Quarter 2018 Progress Update.



Comments to Navy documents must be submitted in writing during the official Public Comment Period for each respective document to:

Derek Robinson
BRAC Environmental Coordinator, HPNS
Navy BRAC PMO West
33000 Nixie Way
Bldg 50, 2nd Floor
San Diego, CA. 92147

Additional information on Document Review Locations and How to Comment on a Navy Document are available in the DOCUMENT RESOURCES section of this edition of Around the Shipyard.


Five-Year Review Available for Public Review and Comment Through September 7, 2018

The Navy follows federal guidelines during the cleanup at HPNS established in The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) of 1980 (also known as Superfund), as amended by The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) of 1986. In accordance with federal requirements, the Navy conducts reviews of remedies at HPNS every five years.

This is the fourth Five-Year Review of remedies at HPNS, providing an update of the status of remedial actions at HPNS and progress made since the third Five-Year Review in November 2013.

Comments on this document must be submitted to Derek Robinson (as noted above) by September 7, 2018.

Click here for a direct link to the Draft Fourth Five-Year Review.


Draft Work Plan for Radiological Retesting at Parcel G: Public Comment Period Open Through August 14, 2018

The Navy encourages members of the community to review and comment on the Draft Work Plan document during the ongoing Public Comment Period.

For a direct link to each document, please select from the list below:
Draft Parcel G Work Plan 
Parcel G Work Plan Fact Sheet
Parcel G Work Plan Questions and Answers

Please submit your written comments no later than August 14, 2018 to Derek Robinson, as noted above.

Independent Resource Available

For assistance in understanding the radiological aspects of the Draft Work Plan, please contact the Navy’s Community Technical Advisor, Dr. Kathryn Higley, who specializes in radiological health and safety, by telephone at (541) 737-7063 or by email at More information on Dr. Higley may be found below in the COMMUNITY RESOURCES section of this newsletter.


Navy Website Provides Information on Radiological Program Pages

The Navy has developed several new radiological web pages as an enhanced resource for the community to receive information on HPNS. Click here to visit the radiological pages of the HPNS website.

See below for a summary of and links to several of the pages:

NEW!!! Radiological Retesting at HPNS: Get background on the Navy’s radiological retesting at HPNS, as well as updates on each parcel included in the ongoing retesting efforts. (Note: Content on the Radiological Retesting web page will be updated as milestones are achieved in the process for each parcel. Please check back for updates!)
Timely Topics: Your first stop for up-to-date topics of interest
Parcel A: Learn about the historical use of Parcel A, radiological surveys conducted prior to transfer of the property, and public safety
Reference Library: Find reference documents on radiological retesting at HPNS
Get Involved: How you can get involved in Navy meetings and events

Additional resources may be found by searching other pages on the Navy’s website.


Technical Advisor Available to Answer Radiological Health and Safety Questions

As the Navy’s community technical advisor for HPNS, Dr. Higley is available to help answer your radiological health and safety questions. She may be reached by phone at (541) 737-7063 or by email at Please contact her if you would like to schedule a time to meet in person.

About Dr. Higley

Dr. Higley is the Head of the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering at Oregon State University. As a Certified Health Physicist, she holds degrees in Radiological Health Sciences and is an internationally-recognized expert in radiological health and safety. She is a highly qualified independent resource available to the public to assist with HPNS radiological issues.

Navy Community Liaison Available for Information

On behalf of the Navy, Mr. James Bryant is available as a resource to the Hunters Point Community during the radiological retesting at HPNS. You may drop in to Mr. Bryant’s office anytime during regular office hours to pick up information, ask questions, or leave comments on the Navy’s cleanup at HPNS.

Mr. Bryant’s office is located at JBR Partners, 1333 Evans Avenue, San Francisco 94124. To schedule a time to meet with Mr. Bryant, please call him at (415) 970-9051. He is also available by email at

Please note: Official public comments should not be delivered to Mr. Bryant’s office. Please reference information below for instructions on How to Comment on a Navy Document.

About Mr. Bryant

Mr. Bryant is a local Bayview resident with a long history in community outreach. He serves as a resource to the HPNS community on behalf of the Navy by gathering community member questions and sharing information on the Navy’s radiological cleanup at HPNS. Mr. Bryant welcomes you to strike up a conversation when you see him out and about in the Bayview. In addition, he welcomes your comments and questions at when he attends various local community group meetings and events.



September Bus Tours

September 8, 2018
Look for information on how to reserve on a seat a guided bus tour of HPNS in an upcoming edition of Around the Shipyard!

October Community Meeting Open House

October 3, 2018, 5:30 p.m.
OCII Community Room, 451 Galvez Avenue, San Francisco
Topic: Radiological Update

Click for Map to OCII Community Room, 451 Galvez Avenue

Click to view Muni System Map (San Francisco Transit Authority)



Document Review Locations

The Fourth Five-Year Review, the Draft Parcel G Work Plan, and other site documents are available at the established Information Repositories for HPNS.

City of San Francisco Main Library
Science, Technical, & Government Document Room, 5th Floor
100 Larkin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 557-4400

Shipyard Site Trailer
690 Hudson Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
(near the HPNS main gate)

Navy’s Website 
Radiological retesting documents are available on the new REFERENCE LIBRARYpage of the Navy’s website. Additional program documents may be found on the DOCUMENTS page of the Navy’s website.


How to Comment on a Navy Document

The Navy encourages members of the public to review and comment on documents related to the cleanup at HPNS. Federal law requires an official Public Comment Period for specific documents. In addition, the Navy may release additional documents for public comment to encourage public participation in the cleanup process and to gain feedback on the work planned.

Listed below are a few suggestions about how you can get involved with the Navy’s cleanup at HPNS. In advance, thank you for your input!

1. Access and read the document(s) available for public comment
Go the Navy’s website or visit one of the local Information Repositories (see Document Review Locations, above) to review the documents included in a current official Public Comment Period.
2. Clarify your concerns
Work plans and findings reports are technical in nature. If you have questions or need clarification, contact Navy team members and other experts to help you understand whether your concerns are addressed in the document.
3. Document your comments
Write down your comments. Be as specific as possible, noting the section and page number your comment applies to.
4. Be constructive
When possible, offer feedback that may be used to improve the program. Comments that are specific, measurable, attainable, and relevant are best.
5. Be timely
To be sure that your comments are included in the official record, make sure you submit your comments before the official Public Comment Period for the document you are interested in closes.

All comments on Navy HPNS documents must be submitted in writing to:

Derek Robinson
BRAC Environmental Coordinator, HPNS
Navy BRAC PMO West
33000 Nixie Way
Bldg 50, 2nd Floor
San Diego, CA. 92147

Comments may also be submitted by email to:



The Navy updates the HPNS website regularly with documents, reports, and meeting materials. Recent updates include additions to the radiological program pages, information on the ongoing public comment period for the Fourth Five-Year Review, and this Quarterly Progress Update.



How can you receive information on HPNS from the Navy and participate in the cleanup process?

Link with your Liaison, Mr. James Bryant
Ask an Expert, Dr. Kathryn Higley
Come to a Navy meeting
Send an email to
Leave a message on the HPNS Info Line at (415) 295-4742

Join the HPNS mailing list

Members of the HPNS email distribution list receive updates on Navy meetings, cleanup progress updates, bus tour announcements, and other program-related materials. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the mailing list, send an email to or leave a message on the HPNS Info Line at (415) 295-4742.

Subscribe for HPNS newsletter updates and program information!

About This Newsletter

Around the Shipyard is a periodic update of Navy cleanup activities, program outreach and shipyard news at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) for members of the HPNS community. This newsletter is an extension of the Navy’s outreach for the environmental cleanup program as outlined in the Navy’s HPNS Community Involvement Plan. The purpose is to enhance the availability of program information through the use of electronic resources.


Hospitality Initiatives Program! Job Opportunity!

Equality and Inclusion in Hospitality, Inc.

in partnership with

San Francisco Hotel/Restaurant, Labor/Management Fund is proud to announce its

2017-2018 Hospitality Initiative 

  • Are you interested in working in a San Francisco Hotel?
  • Are you a “people person” interested in a career path with great benefits?
  • Do you value excellent customer service?
  • Are you interested in participating in a training program with an excellent track record in placing its graduates?

If you are a District 10 resident (living in zip codes 94107; 94124; 94134) who’s interested in exploring the possibility of being selected to participate in a Hospitality Training Program, you should consider attending one of Mandatory Orientations below.
When: September 5th, 6th, and 7th – Two Orientations will take place each day, one

from 9am – 12pm and the other from 12:30pm to 3:30pm 

All Orientations will begin promptly at 9:00am, please plan to stay for up to 4 hours. 


UNITE HERE Local 2 (in the Action Room)

209 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102


You MUST bring the following to be admitted to an Orientation:

  • A copy of your most current resume, if you have one,


  • A list of all of your Jobs including: your Employers, Dates of Employment and Job Duties, for the last 10 years.

Orientations will include:

  • Program Overview
  • Completion and review of program application
  • Literacy Assessment

If you want to attend an orientation you MUST register, at least 24 hours in advance, by sending your name and the date that you would like to attend to: 

A confirmation email will be sent back to you

Hospitality Initiative Program Requirements

Program requirements include:

  • Must have a high school diploma or/ equivalent;
  • Must have and maintain a working telephone;
  • Must have an email address and be willing to check it on a daily basis;
  • Ability to pass a Literacy Assessment;
  • Ability to pass a drug screening;
  • Ability to pass a background investigation;
  • Must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule;
  • Must be customer service orientated;
  • Must be willing and able to conduct weekly on-line job searches;
  • Must be willing and able to complete all class assignments in a timely manner; and
  • Must be willing and able to work with program coaches and mentors on a regular basis for the first year

A modest stipend will be awarded to participants who complete program milestones. 

Film Screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope on April 5, 2017

Film Screening of Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

The Center for Youth Wellness and San Francisco Chapter of The Links Incorporated are presenting a Bayview community mixer/resource fair and FREE screening of KPJR Film’s Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope at the Bayview Opera House on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

Resilience is the latest film from documentary director-producer James Redford and producer-writer-director Karen Pritzker. It features the work of Dr. Nadine Burke Harris – Founder and CEO of the Center for Youth Wellness and Founding Physician of the Bayview Child Health Center. The film explores the link between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and lifelong health.

“Understanding the science of ACEs and toxic stress gives us a powerful tool for not only addressing health disparities, but for improving the lives of all Americans. When we wake up to the fact my patient in Bayview shares a common biology with every child in America who is experiencing adversity, then perhaps we can find the will and the resources to help all children thrive.” – Dr. Nadine Burke Harris

Following the screening will be a panel discussion moderated by Belva Davis, award-winning Bay Area journalist. Confirmed panelists to date are:

  • Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Founder and CEO, Center for Youth Wellness
  • James Redford, Director and Producer of Resilience
  • Patricia Lee, Managing Attorney, San Francisco Office of the Public Defender
  • Joi Jackson-Morgan, Executive Director, 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic
  • Tiffani Johnson, Co-Director, H2O Productions and Academic Adviser, Leadership High School

Our ultimate vision is that the audience will walk away with a deeper understanding of how ACEs impact them and their family members, and that they will know how to access resources that can support them in the healing process.


Event Details:

Location: Bayview Opera House

Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre

4705 Third Street

San Francisco, CA 94124

Date & Time:       Wednesday, April 5, 2017




  • 5:30-6:30p – Community Mixer / Resource Fair – Light Refreshments
  • 6:30-7:45p – Film Screening
  • 7:45-8:40p – Panel Discussion
  • 8:40-9:00p – Questions & Answers

An exciting career opportunity for D10 residents (94124, 94134, 94107)

Equality and Inclusion in Hospitality, Inc. is proud to announce its District 10 (zip codes 94107; 94124; 94134)

Hospitality Initiative 

  • Are you interested in working in a San Francisco Hotel?

  • Are you a “people person” interested in a career path with great benefits?

  • Do you value excellent customer service?

  • Are you interested in participating in a training program with an excellent track record in placing its graduates?

If so, and you are a San Francisco District 10 resident who is interested in exploring the possibility of being selected to participate in a District 10 Hospitality Training Program, then you should consider attending one of the following Mandatory Orientations:

When: March 14th or March 16th. Both Orientations will begin promptly at 9:00am, please be prepared to spend up to 4 hours.

Where: UNITE HERE Local 2 (in the Action Room), 209 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco, CA 94102.

You MUST bring the following to be admitted to an Orientation:

  •  A copy of your most current resume, if you have one, and a list of all of your Jobs including: your Employers, Dates of Employment and Job Duties, for the last 10 years.


Orientations will include:

* Program Overview

* Completion & Review of Program Application

* Literacy Assessment

If you plan to attend one of the above orientations, please RSVP with your name and the date you would like to attend to:

SFHDC | |415.822.1022 |

Hunters Point Naval Shipyard – February 2017 Update

Stakeholders get questions answered at Navy’s February Community Meeting Open House

More than 200 community members attended the Navy’s Community Meeting Open House for Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) on Wednesday, February 8, 2017.

The meeting was held in the City of San Francisco’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) community room next to The Storehouse on Galvez Avenue, just outside of the HPNS main gate. Information on the meeting topic, Radiological Cleanup at HPNS, was offered in an open house format to allow participants the ability to visit a series of nine stations, including seven posters, at their own pace and address questions directly to subject matter experts from the Navy, the City of San Francisco, and state and federal regulatory agencies. In addition, participants were able to view a pre-recorded presentation on the topic. This meeting gave the Navy the opportunity to meet many new community members and address their questions and concerns, while also sharing information with individuals and groups who have been active participants in previous Navy meetings and outreach.

Navy Announces New Radiological Cleanup Web Page

In conjunction with the February 8th meeting, the Navy has rolled out a new web page dedicated to radiological cleanup at HPNS.

All of the materials presented at the February 8th Community Meeting Open House are available below. Click the links below to be redirected.

HPNS Community Meeting Materials CLICK HERE

SFHDC | | 415-822-1022|

Multi-family waitlist opportunity


There is a new waitlist opportunity on the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development website from the San Francisco Multifamily Housing Program.

Please click address for details:

Tenderloin: 477 O’Farrell Street (O’Farrell Towers)

16 subsidized affordable one bedroom units for seniors 62+. Rent is based on 30% of the household income. Household income must not exceed 50% of State Area Medium Income. Application deadline 12/21/16. Lottery will be held 1/13/2017. Lottery results will be posted on 1/20/2017 by 5PM. For additional information, please click on the link above.

SFHDC, 4439 Third Street, San Francisco, CA 94124