General Community Resources
Community Gatepath has been “Turning Disabilities Into Possibilities” for more than 95 years. Community Gatepath has one of the most comprehensive service portfolios spanning all ages from early intervention for infants to community access and job training for adults and seniors. All programs are designed to prepare children and adults to actively participate in their schools, community, workplaces and at home.
Daly City Public Library Associates (DCPLA)
The mission of the Daly City Public Library Associates is to raise private funds to supplement public funding of the Daly City libraries. Their mission is accomplished by developing community, civic and business support for fundraising, advocacy, and innovative programs that benefit our diverse community and promote greater awareness of the Library’s valuable resources.
Daly City Peninsula Partnership Collaboration
The Daly City Peninsula Partnership was formed in 1995 with a mission to guide collaborative efforts and connect our community to services that promote well-being.
Annually, over $1 Million in quality programs and services are provided to the Northern San Mateo County Community through the Partnership’s collaborative efforts. DCP serves the community with programs and services through Our Second Home Family Resource Center, After School Academic Programs, Healthy Aging Response Team and the Community Action Response Team.
Over 60 agencies, businesses, and institutions comprise The Partnership’s Membership, which meets on a bi-monthly basis to network, share information, foster open, respectful communication, identify key community issues. Partnership members collaborate in providing high-quality, effective programs for our community while avoiding duplication of services. Their vision is to empower a community of people to learn, grow, and achieve a fulfilling life.
Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA) provides safety, support and healing for individuals who experience abuse in an intimate relationship, and educates the community to break the cycle of domestic violence. CORA services include a 24-hour hotline (1-800-300-1080), support groups, legal services, emergency and transitional housing, and more, in English and Spanish.
County of San Mateo Victim Center
Main Office: 400 County Center 3rd Floor, Redwood City CA 94063
Northern County Office: 1050 Mission Road, South San Francisco, CA 94080
Phone: (650) 599-7479
The State of California will, within certain limits and depending on claim eligibility, reimburse victims and/or their dependents for medical/therapy expenses and other expenses resulting from criminal acts. Unfortunately, the program cannot pay for lost, damaged, or stolen property.
Crimes may include, but are not limited to, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Child Abuse, Assault, Homicide, Vehicular Manslaughter, Elder Abuse, Robbery, Driving Under the Influence and Criminal Threats.
Pilipino Bayanihan Community Center
Filipino Bayanihan Community Center is located 6th and Mission Streets in Daly City. The Center includes a Veterans Equity Center office, community space, and technology center. The center provides referrals for affordable housing and services available in San Mateo County and San Francisco. The Filipino American Development Foundation (FADF) also supports the Filipino Community Center in the Excelsior neighborhood which has programs targeting low-income Filipino youth and families in the neighborhood. Programs include employment development support, domestic violence, immigration and after-school programs.
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA
Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, a private non-profit guided by the humane ethic, builds healthy relationships between people and animals. As an ethical choice, they accept all animals in need of care and often provide a second chance to the neediest animals: those who would otherwise be turned away at so-called “no kill” agencies that accept only highly adoptable animals. They also serve as our County’s provider of animal rescue and control services and, as such, have no control over the number of incoming animals. Their records are outstanding. Since 2003, they have adopted 100% of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats.
San Mateo 211
San Mateo County 211 can help you find food, housing, health care, senior services, child care, legal aid and much more. You can also visit their website by clicking the link above.
San Mateo County Jobs for Youth
San Mateo County Jobs for Youth began in 1982 serving all youth 14-21 years of age who reside in San Mateo County with employment services. Services do not have specific eligibility or income requirements and they serve all youth regardless of socio-economic or risk level.
The program is designed to help youth increase their self-esteem and gain important job-seeking skills. The youth will master the job application form, learn to communicate more effectively, gain interviewing skills, receive examples of resumes, cover letters, list of references, and thank you letters/emails to employers.
Their program offers one-on-one support with the goal of attaining gainful employment and becoming responsible adults.
San Mateo County LGBTQ Commission
San Mateo County LGBTQ Commission was created on June 3, 2014, by the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors to improve the quality of life and well-being of LGBTQ County residents. Below are some resources for the LGBTQ community.