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Update on Services During COVID-19 pandemic

  • In person Events and Activities are on hiatus due to the Shelter In Place. Stay tuned for program updates as the current situation is always evolving.
  • Foodbank services continue every Thursday at the Edgewood campus at 1801 Vicente Street, San Francisco from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • 24/7 online activities are available to families at
  • Family support services resource specialists are available for questions and answers. See attached list of phone numbers and email where they can be reached.

What is this program?

Edgewood’s Family Resource Center (FRC) helps develop partnerships between parents and their childrens’ schools. The Family Resource Center helps build family resiliency by reducing parent stress, connecting parents to schools and each other, and empowering caregivers to be confident in their parenting skills. We offer one-on-one support to help prepare students to achieve in school and provide advocacy and assistance to families to help them get involved in their child’s education.


The FRC offers the following services to children and their families in need:

  • Emergency resources such as food, clothing, toiletries, eyeglasses, etc.
  • Parent support groups for caregivers to discuss concerns and learn valuable information and skills to support them and their child
  • Advocacy and assistance for parents and caregivers who may be reluctant to question school leadership
  • Family conferencing among all family members and service providers to develop a plan to address a child’s care
  • Referrals to physical, mental, vision, and dental health screenings and care both on and offsite
  • Services for students to talk about traumas and emotional struggles in a community group setting

Who is this for?

The Edgewood Family Resource Center (FRC) is open to all children and families at Hillcrest Elementary or in SFUSD schools who may need or want assistance. FRC services are available to families in all schools accessing Edgewood School-Based Services. If you work with or belong to a family that needs particular resources, we can help as well.


For more information, please contact:

Assistant Program Manager
Hope Ivory
(415) 725-0765