San Francisco Homeless Resource
Legal Services for Children, Inc.
Address 1254 Market St., 3rd floor, 94102
Phone 415-863-3762
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
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1254 Market St., 3rd floor, 94102


415-863-7708 (FAX) (Website)

M-F: 9am-5pm (Intake)

Provides free legal and social services to children and youth (age 17 or under).

The HOPE Project[]

Provides legal and social services to low-income HIV-affected families with children. Case management services include assisting caregivers with obtaining MUNI passes, developing permanency plans, school advocacy and benefits advocacy. Also offers family recreational activities.

The Educational Project[]

Assists families in their efforts to improve their children's educational experience by addressing issues such as special education, school discipline and school placement.

The Guardianship Project[]

Provides legal advocacy for minors pursuing guardianship and case management following court proceedings.

The Queer Youth Project (QYP)[]

Conducts "Know Your Rights" training for youth in schools, shelters and community agencies. Provides legal services that positively impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youths needs for shelter, education and support.

The Conflict Resolution and Youth Support Project (CRYSP)[]

Teaches nonviolent communication skills and conflict resolution methods.

The Partners for Prevention Project (PPP)[]

Provides legal and social work assistance for San Francisco youth at risk of entering or already involved in the juvenile justice system with the goal of deterring court involvement.