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Chibi Chan Too Preschool, co-located at BTWCSC

For Ages 2 to 5
supports a unique developmental stage. They introduce new concepts according to a child’s individual ability and age in a nurturing and stimulating environment for children ages 2 to 5 years old. Our curriculum is based upon a Project Approach, which is an in-depth investigation on a topic that is close to the children’s personal experiences and promotes sustained, long-term interest in learning.

Jennifer Yip or 415-660-7745. For more info see

Unleashing Potential (UP) After School

Grades: K - 8th

is a safe and educational option for parents with children in grade K-8 grades and it is an enhancement to a child’s regular classroom learning. The program provides a curriculum based approach to academic support with a STEM and STEAM focus, mentors, literacy development; social-emotional development, positive play, character education, music, fitness and nutrition. 

Summer Day Camps

For Youth Ages 4 – 16

are built on holistic programming focused on out of school learning loss, STEM and STEAM, health & wellness initiatives, mental and social development, empowerment and civic responsibility. Through our camps, BTWCSC is able to provide youth with programming, activities and unique opportunities for a reasonable cost and on a time frame that adapts to the multitude of working families within our area. Registration beginning of April.

We Ready College and Career Readiness

Grades: 9th - 12th
engages young people in intentional, productive, and constructive ways while recognizing and enhancing their strengths. This program promotes positive outcomes by providing opportunities, fostering positive relationships, and giving the support that is needed to develop young people’s assets and prevent risky behaviors.

Transitional Age Youth (TAY)

Ages: 18-24
is designed to serve young adults, ages 18-24 that have aged out of the Foster Care system that have been targeted to help combat poverty, substance abuse, mental health and financial instability. The biggest need for this population is mental health, skill development, employment and housing. Our program is designed to meet each individual where they are with with critical case management, mentorship, training and resource referral

Family Stabilization Center (FSC)

For Families
will provide a comprehensive set of programs, directly and through our partners, to prevent homelessness by addressing a larger unit, the family, in a holistic manner. We will offer a curated portfolio of support and services needed for the family to succeed, including resource referral. FSC will be a one-stop-shop for our vulnerable population, with a champion assigned to each family like a concierge anticipating their needs.

Fillmore Feel Well

For Everyone

will offer a one-stop resource and information center for COVID-19 relief and support. Including one on one assessments and assistance with COVID-19 testing and updates, free groceries and supplies, small business support, eviction, and legal defense assistance, and more.BTWCSC D5Community Hub is to ensure Black and other disenfranchised communities not only survive the current COVID-19 pandemic but thrive during these challenging times and prepare for future, long-term opportunities that bring and sustain economic mobility and stability long after the public health crisis has passed.

Service to Soul

For Everyone
is organized and staffed by our seniors. The pantry provides produce, bread, dry foods and canned goods to families in need. Every Wednesday 10-12pm, Thursday 12-1pm and Friday from 1-3pm.

Victory Club for Aging and Older Adults

Adults: 55 & Up

focuses activities and programs to enhance the physical and mental well-being of older adults. We will offer a variety of programs and opportunities for senior community members (aged 55 and older) geared toward keeping seniors living independently as long as they can, preventing loneliness and social isolation by providing mental stimulation, enhancing self-concept and supplying a creative and social outlet.


This program is funded by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Disability and Aging Services

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