Partner Organizations

EatSF partners with local community-based organizations and health clinics to enroll their eligible clients into the voucher program. EatSF does not provide vouchers directly to individuals and/or families. EatSF staff provides the necessary training and ongoing support for your organization to integrate EatSF into your unique workflow. If you or your organization is interested in partnering with EatSF, please contact us for more information: eatsf@ucsf.edu or (415) 206-4947.

EatSF is a popular program and currently does not have the capacity to enroll new participants. However, if you are interested in participating in the future, meet the eligibility requirements, and are a member, patient, resident, or affiliated with the partner organizations listed below, contact your health professional, social worker, resident coordinator, or case manager there to determine the availability of EatSF vouchers.

 EatSF vouchers are distributed through the following organizations:

AIMS Project

API Wellness Center

Bayview Hunters Point Multi-Purpose Senior Housing & Adult Day Health Center

Castro Mission Health Center

Conard House – The Aranda

Conard House – The Plaza

Conard House – The McAllister

Conard House – The Lyric

Curry Senior Center

DISH – Pacific Bay Inn

DISH – The Camelot

DISH – The Empress

DISH – The LeNain

DISH – The Windsor

NCPHS – Eastern Park Apartments

ECS – The Henry

ECS – Bishop Swing

ECS – Canon Kip

ECS – The Crosby

ECS – The Elm

ECS – The Rose

GLIDE

Hope House

Hunter’s View Family Res. Ctr

Lutheran Social Services

Mercy – All Hallows

Mercy – Bayview Hill Gardens

Mercy – Marlton Manor

Mercy – The Madonna

North East Medical Services

Openhouse

Providence Senior Housing

Salvation Army – Railton Place

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

San Francisco General Hospital Diabetes Clinic

Silver Avenue Health Center

Sister Mary Phillippa Health Center

SoMa Health Center

Southeast Health Center

St. Anthony’s Diabetes Clinic

St. Anthony’s Social Work

Tom Waddell Urban Health Clinic

WIC Clinics

YMCA-Diabetes Prevention Program

We thank the following organizations for their support in organizing and implementing the EatSF program:

  • 18 Reasons
  • Bayview HEAL Zone
  • Black/African American Health Initiative
  • BMAGIC
  • Feeling Good Project
  • Healthy Retail SF
  • Healthy Southeast
  • Heart of the City Farmer’s Market
  • Leah’s Pantry
  • Saint Francis Foundation
  • San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium
  • San Francisco Department of Public Health
  • San Francisco Food Security Task Force
  • San Francisco General Hospital Foundation
  • Tenderloin Healthy Corner Store Coalition
  • Tenderloin Hunger Task Force
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC)
  • UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations
  • USDA WIC Program

We thank the following organizations for their help and support in organizing and implementing the EatSF program:

Hellman Foundation
City and County of San Francisco
AARP Foundation

API Wellness Center
Bayview Hunters Point Multi-Purpose Senior Services
Bayview HEAL Zone
Conard House
Curry Senior Center
DISH
Episcopal Community Services
Feeling Good Project
Glide
Healthy Retail SF
Hope House
Leah’s Pantry
Lutheran Social Services
Mercy Housing
Northeast Medical Services
Providence Foundation
Salvation Army
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation
San Francisco Food Security Task Force
St. Anthony’s
St. Francis Foundation
Tenderloin Healthy Corner Store Coalition
Tenderloin Hunger Task Force
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp.
Tom Waddell Urban Health Clinic
UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations
YMCA

Happy Family

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