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Child Protective Services (CPS)
Address P.O. Box 7988, 94120 (mailing address)

170 Otis St., 94120-7988

Phone 415-557-5000
Email
Website
Contact(s) 800-856-5553
Hours 24 Hours Daily
Language(s)
Summary See article

P.O. Box 7988, 94120 (mailing address)

170 Otis St., 94120-7988

415-557-5000

800-856-5553 or 415-558-2650 (CPS Hotline)

415-558-2211 (FAX)

24 Hours Daily

Social Workers assess concerns about San Francisco children at risk for abuse, neglect or exploitation by their families, Services are provided to families to address their concerns and to keep families together. Children may be removed from their home when safety requires and placed with a relative or in foster care; petitions may be filed with the Juvenile Court when necessary for the protection of a child. Services are provided to reunify families. When reunification is not possible, a permanent plan is developed for the child.

Encompasses all City programs for child welfare including CalWORKs/TANF, and the function known as Child Protective Services (CPS).

SFHSA Family and Children's Services Division provides: Emergency Response, Child Protection Center, Family Preservation, Court dependency, Family Maintenance, Family Reunification, Adoption, Legal Guardianship, Long Term Placement, Sexual Trauma, Therapeutic Homes/Baby Moms, Specialized Teen Unit, Visiting Program, Foster Home Licensing, Ombudsman Services.

You can make an anonymous report of suspected child abuse or neglect.



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Child Protective Services (CPS) (San Francisco Department of Human Services- Family & Children's Services) - B

P.O. Box 7988, 94120

415-557-5000

170 Otis St, 4th floor

800-856-5553 (CPS Hotline)

415-557-5351 (FAX)

24 Hours Daily



Social Workers assess concerns about San Francisco children at risk for abuse, neglect or exploitation by their families, Services are provided to families to address their concerns and to keep families together. Children may be removed from their home when safety requires and placed with a relative or in foster care; petitions may be filed with the Juvenile Court when necessary for the protection of a child. Services are provided to reunify families. When reunification is not possible, a permanent plan is developed for the child.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

Child Protective Services (CPS) –Human Services Agency of San Francisco- Family and Children’s Services - B P.O. Box 7988, 94120 415-557-5000 170 Otis St, 4th Fl. 800-856-5553 (CPS Hotline) 415-557-5351 (Fax) 24 Hours Daily

Social Workers assess concerns about San Francisco children at risk for abuse, neglect or exploitation by their families. Services are provided to families to address their concerns and to keep families together. Children may be removed from their home when safety requires and may be placed with a relative or in foster care; petitions may be filed with the Juvenile Court when necessary for the protection of a child. Services are provided to reunify families. When reunification is not possible, a permanent plan is developed for the child.

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