Agency Directory

Members of San Francisco Coalition of Asylee, Immigrant, and Refugee Services:


    • American Red Cross Bay Area (415-307-7164, 415-427-8064, 415-427-8000)
      Resources for emergencies including disasters, emergency messaging, re-connecting families separated by armed conflicts and other international crises.




    • Arriba Juntos (415-487-3247)
      ESL, employment, social and youth services


    • Catholic Charities CYO (415-972-1307)
      Aging, citizenship, ESL, healthcare, housing, legal, social, and youth services


    • Chinese Hospital (415-677-2494)
      Cultural orientation, health education, healthcare



    • East Bay Refugee Forum
      A coalition of over 30 agencies serving refugees and asylees in the San Francisco East Bay.


















    • Partnerships for Trauma Recovery (510) 343-9026
      Culturally aware, trauma-informed, and linguistically accessible mental health care for refugees, asylees, and asylum seekers
      (Mental health care currently available in 24 languages)



    • Oasis (510) 666-6687
      Legal Services for LGBTQ asylum seekers who are not in removal proceedings


  • Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health Initiative, UCSF
    The Refugee and Asylum seeker Health Initiative (RAHI) encompasses and oversees all clinical and academic endeavors related to refugee and asylee health within the UCSF system.  Our goal is to make refugee and asylee health a recognized priority, to improve quality of care of these individuals, and to foster education and academic activity in this field.  The committee is multidisciplinary, including current members of UCSF faculty, staff, Global health Core and faculty affiliates, Survivors International, Newcomers Program, Department of Public Health, UC Consortium, asylum evaluators, interested students and house-staff, legal consultants, refugee resettlement agencies, and prominent members of the community.  We provide support and expertise in clinical endeavors, develop house-staff and medical student curriculum, and encourage academic research and publications in refugee health.  Community education, social activism, and raising awareness are important priorities within the initiative.  We are committed to expanding the knowledge base and literature on refugee health in order to foster evidence-based practice within the field.
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