Upper Noe is showing community spirit and our ability to stick together and stay separated while supporting our families and neighbors. On the down side, the long-term effects of shelter-in-place are upon us. Many are feeling shortages of food, support and the need for social interaction and exercise. Upper Noe Neighbors is partnering with City agencies to provide updated info and resources. Please review the list below.
San Francisco City and County Response to COVID-19 – https://sf.gov/topics/coronavirus-covid-19
SF Dept of Children Youth & Families – https://www.dcyf.org/
Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly – helps fight isolation for homebound seniors ages 65+ by pairing them with dedicated and caring volunteers who will provide wellness calls or video chats 2 times per week. Seniors and volunteers can enroll at http://littlebrotherssf.org/ .
San Francisco Public Library’s has robust digital services. Card holders have 24/7 free access to ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, classes and more. https://sfpl.org/books-and-media/elibrary
Insurance resources for residents: The State of California is providing residents with insurance resources around COVID-19. The find out more, visit this link.
Meals on Wheels offers home delivered meals to homebound seniors ages 65+. To sign up to receive two meals per day, call 415-355-6700. www.mowsf.org
On Lok 30th Street Senior Center provides and delivers nutritious meals 415-550-2226
Eric’s (Chinese) Restaurant provides free hot lunches to seniors. 415-282-0919
Shepherd of the Hills/New Life Lutheran Church, 395 Addison St.
Food distribution at 9:00 AM – 9:35 AM Saturdays
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church, 101 Gold Mine Dr.
Registration is not required at this time. Food is bagged and given out in the driveway.
Seniors (65 & older) 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm , All others 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
SF Marin Food Bank
Resources for Small Businesses – Please visit uppernoeneighbors.com/merchants/#resourcesformerchants