The election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States has raised uncertainty and fear among many communities in our nation.
The SF LGBT Center is putting together a working list of resources that we hope will help people navigate through the questions they may have about their healthcare, legal and immigrations status, employment, parental issues, and civil rights.
If you have any questions about our list, or would like to add your resources, please contact Director of Communications Alberto R. Lammers at albertol [at] sfcenter.org and/or Community Programs Manager Rosemary Gardner at rosemaryg [at] sfcenter.org.
The San Francisco District Attorney's Office is encouraging victims of hate crimes to call the office's hotline at (415) 551-9595. During off hours, callers can leave a message, or call 911 for immediate assistance.
The City's Human Rights Commission is also encouraging victims to call their support number at (415) 252-2500.
Additionally, the SFPD has a 24-hour tip line at (415) 575-4444, where victims can speak to an officer to report a hate-related incident. Victims can also text TIP411 and start the message with SFPD to report an incident.