The Children, Youth and Family division is one of the social services components of Family Service Agency of San Francisco. CYF delivers a wide variety of social and mental health services to infants, toddlers, children and their parents, with a focus on low-income and at-risk families.
Our mission statement is to provide comprehensive services to low- income at-risk children, youth and families, to help give them a sound foundation for lifelong development, family economic success
and hope for a successful future.
The Children, Youth and Family program is principally located at 2730 Bryant Street, with some programs operating from the 1500 Franklin Street office. Family Service Agency of San Francisco (“FSA”) is the social services arm of Felton Institute, and serves clients throughout the city and county of San Francisco.
For general inquiries regarding the Family Developmental Center (FDC) or the Children, Youth & Family Division (CYF) programs, please direct all inquiries to CYF Division Director, Yohana Quiroz:
Yohana I. Quiroz
Children, Youth and Family Services
Felton Institute | Family Service Agency of San Francisco
2730 Bryant Street, 1st Floor
San Francisco, CA 94110
p: 415. 474.7310 x 101 | f: 415. 648.1098
Outpatient mental health services for low-income, uninsured children and their families.
Childcare for low-income and at-risk parents with children (including special needs children) ages birth to 6 years old.
Felton Early Autism Program (FEAP) brings together an evidence-based intervention model, specifically designed for children on the autism spectrum, and the child’s natural learning environment.
On-site developmental assessments and early intervention services for infants with special needs.
Childcare services for medically-fragile infants and children.
Childcare services for pregnant and parenting teens.
Parenting and Family Services
Comprehensive case management for expectant and parenting teens up to 19 years old.
Peer-to-Peer service focused on teen and young adult parents and their families.
Workshops for low-income, at-risk parents on parenting, childhood development and other fundamental child-rearing skills.
Health and Nutrition Services
Operating within FDC and HDC, food program providing on-site nutritious meals to children and teens.
Teen-parent peer support providing pregnancy prevention and at-risk education services.
On-site farmer’s market offering client families fresh foods, cooking classes and exercise programs.
Employment training and case management services for pregnant and parenting at-risk teens.