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299 Dolores Street, 94103

415-861-5361 (School)

415-565-0504 (Business)

415-487-3753 (Infant Program)

415-861-8926 (FAX) (School)

415-703-0125 (FAX) (Business)

M-F: 7am-5:30pm

Dolores Street SiteEdit

Preschool and Kindergarten for children ages 2-6 years old. Serves 100 children, reserving 24 spaces for homeless children. Breakfast and lunch served, as well as healthy snacks.

Minna Street SiteEdit

675 Minna Street @ 8th Street

Houses infant program as part of the new Canon Barcus Community House, a low-income housing project. The Community Housing Facility contains apartments for families who have a history of homelessness and qualify for rental subsidy. The infant program serves nine infants ages three to eighteen months and sixteen toddlers ages eighteen to thirty months. Breakfast and lunch are served, as well as healthy snacks. (Clients of the infant/toddler program do not have to live in the Community House.)

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Holy Family Day Home - B 299 Dolores St., 94103 (at 16th) 415-565-0504 (Business) 415-703-0125 (Fax) M–F: 7 a.m.–5:30 p.m. http://holyfamilydayhome.org

Dolores Street Site 299 Dolores St @16th, 94103 415-861-5361

Preschool and kindergarten for children ages 2–6 years old. Serves 100 children, reserving 24 spaces for homeless children. Breakfast and lunch served, as well as healthy snacks.

Minna Street Site 675 Minna Street @ 8th Street,94103 415-487-3753

Houses an infant program as part of the new Canon Barcus Community House, a low-income housing project. The Community Housing Facility contains apartments for families who have a history of homelessness and qualify for rental subsidy. The infant program serves nine infants ages three to 18 months and 16 toddlers ages 18 to 30 months. Breakfast and lunch are served, as well as healthy snacks. (Clients of the infant/toddler program do not have to live in the Community House.)

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