Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 free at-home COVID-19 tests at 👉covidtests.gov
✅ Limit of one order per residential address
✅ One order includes 4 individual rapid antigen
✅ Orders will ship free starting in late January
UPDATE #2: Tsunami Advisory has now been canceled for all SF #BayArea and Monterey Bay including Big Sur coastline. Remain cautious near the coast in case lingering strong currents exist. #cawx #tsunami
Castro LGBTQ Cultural District
5 days ago
We tested over 800 people last Saturday!
We're providing vaccines and testing this Saturday again, starting at 11am at the Collingwood parking lot. We had long lines last week but everyone was tested within 40 minutes. Avoid the line by arriving around 3pm. See you on Saturday!
Looking for a rewarding career in healthcare but not sure where to start? We can connect you with education, paid training, and employers in SF’s thriving healthcare industry.
Learn more about our HealthCare Academy at oewd.org/healthcare.
The City's latest financial forecast is subject to heightened levels of uncertainty related to the pandemic, with tourism, small businesses, and return to offices remaining the key determinants of the City’s economic recovery. Learn more: bit.ly/3zRXi6n
Calling all #undocu students! Need assistance in applying to schools or figuring out where to start?
We know it can be confusing, thankfully there's a guide that can help you get your footing. Visit informedimmigrant.com/students for guidance and helpful resources from @informed_imm.
On National #HumanTraffickingAwareness Day - and every day - the Department on the Status of Women stands in solidarity with victims and survivors. We are committed to protecting and supporting them as we work to end human trafficking. #WearBlueDay
#GetTested SF! The following drop-in testing sites are open today:
📍SEHC, 2401 Keith St, 8a-5p
📍True Hope, 950 Gilman Ave, 2p-9p
📍Bayview Opera House, 4705 3rd St, 9a-4p
SAN FRANCISCO FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDIA
2 weeks ago
If you need, and can not afford a smoke alarm, #SF residents with proof of residency can obtain 1 smoke alarm while supplies last by calling 415-558-3300 Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM Thank you @KiddeSafety for donating alarms for our community. @SFFFLocal798 twitter.com/SFFFLocal798/s…
From our City partners @SFHumanServices
Spending hours searching/applying to jobs can be hard, make it easier with JobsNOW!, a free program that gets SF residents new jobs. No matter your background or experience, we’re here for you.
Get started today! bit.ly/JobsNOW_jobsee…
SF Pathways to Citizenship Initiative is hosting a FREE in-person citizenship workshop on Saturday, February 12, 2022.
😷 Masks and proof of vaccination required.
🗓️ You must have an appointment to attend.
📞 Call 415-662-8901 and leave a message to register.
Live at 4 pm on channel 78 the Health Commission meeting.
Today's agenda can be found by clicking this link ow.ly/4ahe50HlqAE
As a result of our Tenderloin Emergency Declaration, we've now signed a lease for a new Linkage Center, which is scheduled to open by mid-January.
This location will provide access to health services, hygiene, and other treatment, housing, and resources. twitter.com/MyrPressOffice…
We are urging San Franciscans to layer their defenses, including lowering their risk of exposure to the virus where possible to slow transmission and keep schools, hospitals, homeless shelters, and other essential services operating. More info here: sf.gov/information/ne…
#GetTestedSF! The following drop-in testing sites are open today:
📍SEHC, 2401 Keith St, 8a-5p
📍3rd Baptist Church, 1339 McAllister, 11a-6p
📍GLIDE, 330 Ellis St, 10a-4p
📍Hunters Point, 90 Kiska Rd, 10a-3p
📍Treasure Island, 850 Avenue H, 12p-6p
COVID UPDATE: Like many orgs in the Bay Area, we’re experiencing a high level of Omicron cases causing staff to stay home from work and quarantine. Please be patient while we get through yet another difficult period of the pandemic.
There’s usually a lot of focus on mental health/mental health awareness during the holidays..
But Self-Care/Mental Health should be a priority year round..
San Francisco Resources mhbsf.org/resources/
The National Alliance on Mental Illness
Make a difference in your neighborhood and apply to become a Community Ambassador! Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Learn more and apply today at: sf.gov/ambassadorapply
Cheers to health, happiness, and prosperity in 2022, @sfgov wishes you a Happy New Year 🎆