Thank you for attending this years virtual conference. We hope to see you next year in person in 2023!

Supporting Families in Need

Since 1982, Support for Families of Children with Disabilities has offered information, education, and parent-to-parent support free of charge to families of children with any kind of disability or special healthcare need.

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Thank You for Joining Us at IRC!

We loved seeing you at IRC, thank you for making the day a success. Click here to watch our IRC recap video. We hope you learned something new that you can use to help your family thrive.  Please fill out your workshop evaluations so next year can be even better.  Look for IRC next year in March...

4/30, Information and Resource Conference

We want to see YOU at the Information and Resource Conference on Saturday, April 30, 2022 (on Zoom) We are planning 18 workshops from amazing presenters on a variety of topics. Registration is NOW OPEN!  Thank you to our partners in this venture, San Francisco Unified School District and the SFUSD...

Introducing the New Support for Families Logo

You might’ve noticed we have a new look! The past 2 years have presented many challenges and encouraged us to reflect on the future. All families deserve equitable access to information and services for their child’s unique needs. As we grow and evolve together we wanted to reflect this energy and...

Thank you to our Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Half Marathon Volunteers

A big THANK YOU to the runners, our enthusiastic volunteers & dedicated board members for representing SFCD in the 2022 Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Half Marathon®, 10K & 5K, presented by Pamakid Runners. We couldn't have done it w/o your incredible support. Until next year!💜

Our Strategic Framework

"Over the next year, we aim to shift the power to the disability community by creating a shared vision centered on human dignity and implemented through a lens of racial equity, diversity, and inclusion." Support for Families is at a place of transition, recognizing significant inequities of power...