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Community Resources

We Are Here to Help

We offer a three programs that are open to TNDC tenants and San Francisco community members alike. Learn more about the services and how to get involved by visiting their specific pages.

Our goal is for you to find the support you need, even if it's not with TNDC. Please see below for other resources from our friends and partners who can help with housing, food, and more. 

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TL After-School Program

Helping kids learn, grow, and succeed through tutoring, hands-on learning, and cultural activities
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TL People's Garden

Growing and distributing fresh produce in a community garden at Larkin & McAllister Street
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Community Organizing

Collaborating with the Tenderloin community to advocate for the needs of the neighborhood
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COVID-19 Resources

During these hard times, we hope you're staying safe and healthy. Click the link below to learn about the best ways to stay healthy such as, wearing a mask and keeping 6 feet away from others, and to learn about other resources to support you during the pandemic.

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COVID-19 Vaccines

The CDC recommends the Covid vaccine as a way to protect yourself and loved ones against Covid and help us end the pandemic. Click the link below to find a vaccine clinic near you. 

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Find a Home & Housing Resources

On our "Find a Home" page we offer suggestions for finding homes, temporary shelter, and other tenant and eviction resources. You deserve a home, and we hope we can help. 

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Find Food

Our partner, the SF-Marin Food Bank, has great resources for finding free food near you and learning more about programs like CalFresh. 

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Resources for Kids, Youth, and Families

Our partner, the San Francisco Department for Children, Youth & Their Families (DCYF), has information for parents and guardians about learning and leadership opportunities for their kids in San Francisco. DCYF also provides a list of food resources due to current school closures. 

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Call 311 for Resource Info 24/7

By calling 311 or visiting the website linked below, you can speaker with someone from the City of San Francisco for any kind of assistance. The 311 line is open 24/7, 7 days a week, and has translation services as well. 

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Tenderloin Collective Care

Do you live in the Tenderloin and have a need for someone to help you pick up groceries, medication, or want a person to talk to? OR are you looking for a way to give back and help your neighbors? Then please considering joining Tenderloin Collective Care, a Mutual Aid project!