During this Public Health Emergency, many organizations, companies and businesses are showing their support for health care workers. Below you can find resources available for ZSFG staff .
The Justice and Diversity Center (JDC) of the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF): has offered free legal aid for front-line healthcare workers during the fight against COVID-19. They are partnering with local attorneys and law firms to provide assistance with wills, living wills, powers of attorney, and trusts to hospital workers (including nurses, custodial and clerical staff, and cafeteria workers, etc.) free of charge during the COVID-19 pandemic, including (1) Incapacity Planning and (2) Estate Planning.
Please note, this invitation is offered to families that meet certain criteria and is non-transferable.
Perkins Coie LLP - International Law Firm: has offered to provide ZSFG staff with pro bono services (Limited Scope Representation) to help folks create a basic estate plan, or to answer questions about an existing plan.
New 24/7 Employee Assistance Program: EAP Counselors are now available 24/7 to support all active City and County of San Francisco Employees with FREE confidential tele-counseling as we all shelter in place. Available 24/7 at (628) 652-4600 or (800) 795-2351. To learn more, click here.
Essential Worker Ride Home Program: for late-night commuters with limited to no transit options returning home. Essential workers who are eligible and commuting home between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. can be reimbursed up to 10 taxi rides per month, per person, and up to $70 per ride.
San Francisco Marriott MarquisSpecial Rate: for individuals who are in need of housing related to the recent California Fires: in-coming nurses and doctors, patients’ family members, or other medical staff members.
Spin: Free 30-Minute Rides and helmets for healthcare professionals who are working on the frontlines. To get started, fill out this form.
The North Face: Through December 31st,you can receive a 50% discount on non-sale items on thenorthface.com and at The North Face-owned retail stores and a 10% discount on non-clearance items at their outlet stores once you verify your healthcare worker status.
Starbucks: From December 1st - 31st, Starbucks is offering a free tall brewed coffee (hot or iced) to any customer who identifies as a front-line responder to the COVID-19.
Mercer At-Home Family Fun Activity Pack: Mercer has assembled an At-Home Family Fun Activity Pack with tips and activities for all ages during self-isolation. In this pack you'll find links to museums, zoos and other attractions from around the world to visit from the comfort of your home.
Free Children's Book for COVID-19 Support: UCSF Director, Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Ph.D., and her colleagues at the National Child Traumatic Stress Network developed a free children's book to help young children and families talk about their experiences and feelings related to COVID-19 and the need to stay inside. The story opens doors to conversations about family and community strengths, challenges and feelings related to COVID-19, ways grown-ups help children keep safe, and our gratitude for frontline workers. Download your free version of the book here.