San Francisco Human Rights Commission LGBTQ COVID-19 Community Survey
Hello Community Members:
The San Francisco Human Rights Commission is launching a Citywide LGBTQ policy and program survey to collect information on LGBTQ specific service needs. The goal of the survey is to:
1. Identify LGBTQ program needs
2. Address existing gaps in services
3. Inform community on opportunities to support efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic
Please contact me if you have any questions. Share the survey widely to make sure that all community members' voices are heard. You can also contact me by phone, if folks are not able to access the survey. Thank you for your support during this time.
Tuquan Harrison, pronouns: flexible
LGBTQI Policy Advisor
San Francisco Human Rights Commission
Phone: (323) 494-6399
Name, Pronoun, Role
Organization Name or Affiliation
Please check the district your organization, program, and initiative is providing services to: (select all that apply)
District 1 (Inner Richmond, Central Richmond, Outer Richmond, Vista del Mar, Lone Mountain, Golden Gate Park, Lincoln Park, and University of San Francisco)
District 2 (Marina, Cow Hollow, Pacific Heights, Seacliff, Lake District, Presidio Heights, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Presidiol)
District 3 (North Beach, Chinatown, Telegraph Hill, North Waterfront, Financial District, Nob Hill, Union Square)
District 4 (Central Sunset, Outer Sunset, Parkside, Outer Parkside, Pine Lake Park, and the Farallon Islands)
District 5 (Inner Sunset, Haight Ashbury, Lower Haight, Fillmore, Western Addition, Parnassus Heights, North Panhandle, Anza Vista, Lower Pacific Heights, Japantown, Hayes Valley)
District 6 (Union Square, Tenderloin, Civic Center, Mid-Market, Cathedral Hill, South of Market, South Beach, Mission Bay, Treasure Island, Yerba Buena Island)
District 7 (Parkmerced, Lake Merced, Twin Peaks, West Portal, Forest Knolls, Midtown Terrace, Forest Hill, Miraloma Park, Sunnyside, Sherwood Forest, Westwood Highlands, Westwood Park, St. Francis Wood)
District 8 (The Castro, Noe Valley, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, Corona Heights, Eureka Valley, Dolores Heights, Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle, Buena Vista Park)
District 9 (Mission District, Bernal Heights, Portola)
District 10 (Potrero Hill, Central Waterfront, Dogpatch, Bayview-Hunters Point, Bayview Heights, India Basin, Silver Terrace, Candlestick Point, Visitacion Valley, Little Hollywood, Sunnydale, and McLaren Park)
District 11 (Excelsior, Ingleside, Oceanview, Merced Heights, Ingleside Heights, Mission Terrace, Outer Mission, Cayuga, and Crocker Amazon)
Is your organization currently providing direct services to clients? If so, what are your hours of operations?
What are the eligibility requirements for your current services?
Which "online resources or in person services" have been beneficial to the populations you serve?
Is your organizations providing "Virtual or Online Services"? If so, please provide a link to the information with the days, times, eligibility requirements and other relevant information needed to access these services.
Please identify current challenges you're organization, initiative, and/ or individuals are navigating during the COVID-19 pandemic?
What resources and/or information would you like to see the City provide during this time to LGBTQ organizations, initiatives, and community specifically?
The San Francisco Human Rights Commission will be hosting virtual town halls to address community concerns and come up with sustainable solutions as we move through the COVID-19 pandemic. Would you be interested in participating?
Any additional questions, feedback, or concerns?
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