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Partnerships

Support for Families of Children with Disabilities actively collaborates with a variety of government agencies, nonprofits, and service providers to help develop more coordinated family-friendly services.  A list of our partnerships can be found below.

 

The purpose of the CAC is to advocate for effective Special Education programs and services and advise the Board of Education on priorities in the Special Education Local Plan Area.  The State Education Code mandates that each SELPA have a CA and that a majority of CAC members be parents.  For more information please click the logo above to visit their webpage.


 

CASE is a collaboration with the Dept. of Human Services, the Children's Council, Wu Yee Children's Services, and SFCD to increase access to appropriate inclusive childcare for children with disabiliites whose parents are making transition from welfare to work.  Fore more information, click the logo above to visit their site, or email info@caseadvocacy.org.


Family Voices of California (FVCA) is a statewide collaborative of locally-based parent run centers working to ensure quality health care for children and youth with special health care needs.

FVCA builds the capacity of parent centers throughout California to provide families with the information and support they need to make informed decisions about the health care of their children. FVCA provides information and a forum for parent centers and families to advocate for improved public and private policies, builds partnerships between professionals and families, and serves as a vital resource on health care. For more information visit their website at www.familyvoicesofca.org or email info@familyvoicesofca.org.

 


 

Help Me Grow helps families and providers connect to the resources and referrals a child may need.  Friendly, knowledgeable and multi-lingual staff at Support for Families’ phoneline will help decide which programs are right for your child and family. More Information


 

San Francisco Inclusion Networks provides professional development that supports the inclusion of young children with disabilities and their families in San Francisco's early care and education programs.  For more information, call 415-282-7494, or click the logo above to visit the SFIN website.