Did you know that Kinship offers Community Health Services?
If you have questions about a current or chronic health condition or just need general support in accessing health services in your community, please contact our Community Health Nurse, Michele Bruemer @650-832-6720.
Michele has helped caregivers and family members with:
Did you know that Kinship offers Counseling Services?
If you feel your youth is struggling emotionally and can benefit from seeing a counselor,
we have therapists available at no cost to you!
Free Fresh Produce
Monday, December 18th
San Carlos office
If you have any questions
Please contact 650-832-6710.
Please bring with you:
-Proof of residence in
San Mateo County
For complete list of food resources in San Mateo county visit: http://www.shfb.org/docs/getfood/foodresources_sanmateo.pdf
We provide transformative legal services that enable diverse communities in East Palo Alto and beyond to achieve a secure and
HOUSING: Our goal is to improve the lives of low-income tenants.
We help tenants:
ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT: Our goal is to help community members overcome barriers to economic opportunities.
IMMIGRATION: Our goal is to help immigrants access freedom from fear and to expand their educational and career opportunities.
Call: (650) 326-6440 for free and low-cost legal services for low-income people and families
Fax: (866) 688-5204
1861 Bay Rd.
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
Drop-in or call 650-326-6440
Mon.-Thurs. 9am – 1pm
For FREE Community Family Events
Check out your local library:
Check out your local newspaper: www.smdailyjournal.com
Websites To Explore
Each month, Kinship will list on-line resources that can be valuable to you and your family. Please take the time to look at these websites and sharpen your on-line search skills at the same time.
Common Sense Media: Common Sense Media is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.
8 Christmas Websites for Kids: Follow the link below and look at websites that can keep your kids busy during the Winter break
Holiday Toy Distribution Centers:
Redwood City: To sign up your family to receive toys and books from the Toy and Book Drive please visit The Holiday Toy and Book Program at:
Fair Oaks Community Center
2600 Middlefield Road, Redwood City, CA 94063
Sign-ups: Call 650-780-7500 for more information.
To qualify you will need to be a low-income family with children 12 years and under.
South San Francisco:
Urban Services YMCA Food Harvest and Toy Giveaway: December 22nd
You must register in person at the Community Resource Center: 1486 Huntington Avenue, Ste.115, South SF, 94080
Samaritan House Holiday Program: Call Tel: 650-341-4081
County of San Mateo Children’s Fund Holiday Gift Program: Serve foster and low-income children, newborn to age 18 (or AB12 foster kids up to age 21) who are referred by their case manager, probation office, social worker, or public health nurse. Contact: (650) 802-5152 or firstname.lastname@example.org