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 and to the professionals
who work with them in San Francisco.
Special Family Events
Workshops & Clinics
Save the Date! Become a Sponsor!
Join us at our annual fundraising gala benefiting
Support for Families of Children with Disabilities.
Friday, October 4, 2019
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
San Francisco Design Center Galleria
Individual Tickets $175 | Sponsorships start at just $500
Sponsorship pledges must be received
by September 3, 2019 for inclusion in the event program.
For more information, contact Rachel Goldstein, Development Director, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.282.7494, ext 132.
Bay Area Parent 2019 Best of the Best Family Favorite! Thank you!
Support for Families has been voted a Family Favorite by readers of Bay Area Parent Magazine. Thank you for voting us the Best of the Best Special Needs Service or Organization in San Francisco and Marin.
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Summer 2019 Newsletter
Download the latest copy of the SFCD Newsletter, available in English, Spanish and Chinese.
We need your feedback!
Please take the following survey.
The Family Empowerment and Disability Council invite you to respond to an annual evaluation survey on family empowerment center (FEC) activities.
FECs are funded by the California Department of Education to provide services to families with children with disabilities who are between the ages of 3 and 22 to ensure that parents, guardians, and families of children and young adults with disabilities have access to accurate information, specialized training, and peer-to-peer support. This survey asks questions about information, training, and support that you have received from your family empowerment center (SFCD).
Families Partnering in Research for
Children’s Health and Health Equity
This module explains why health research, particularly patient centered comparative effectiveness research, is important to improve healthcare for children experiencing health disparities. Families of color feel disconnected from and untrusting of medical research. Transforming Research as Usual (TRU) introduces the voices of families, patients and communities to research through Community Advisory Boards (CAB). CABs prioritize community needs to promote equitable research.
Click here to view the Spanish version of this video.
SFCD is seeking new board members!
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For SFCD information, support and services please contact the warm line at email@example.com
Solicitud para la Junta Directiva—Para información de SFCD, apoyo y servicios por favor contacta la línea de apoyo a: