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          Wu Yee Children's 官方正版幸运彩票


          Butterfly Social

          Wu Yee Children's 官方正版幸运彩票 is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization for the purpose of providing child and family services to low-income families throughout San Francisco, many of whom are recent immigrants. Their mission is to create a nurturing environment for all children and their families by advocating on their behalf, empowering parents and providing linguistically and culturally appropriate services.

          Established in 1977, Wu Yee was the first child care and family services organization in San Francisco founded by Chinese and it is the oldest provider of parent support in San Francisco Chinatown. Wu Yee Children's 官方正版幸运彩票 began with two California Department of Education, Child Development Division contracts. One contract provided subsidies for low-income families to receive services at their child care center program. The other contract allowed them to provide support for parents and technical assistance to the child care field in San Francisco. Since then, Wu Yee has continued supporting the improvement of child development services for San Francisco families through our child care Resource and Referral Program. Concurrently, Wu Yee has expanded and improved the quality of their child development program using a family-centered approach.

          During the first decade of services, Wu Yee operated a single child care center. In the late 1980's, they were presented with many opportunities to increase the number of child care centers we operated. By the late 1990's Wu Yee opened two more new infant/toddler care centers in Chinatown/North Beach and Visitacion Valley to address the severe shortage of licensed infant/toddler care in San Francisco. Today, Wu Yee operates six child care centers in the Tenderloin, Chinatown, and Visitacion Valley.

          The following centers provide Pre-School services:

          • Lok Yuen
            888 Clay Street
            San Francisco, CA 94108
          • Golden Gate I
            220 Golden Gate
            San Francisco, CA 94102
          • Golden Gate II
            177 Golden Gate
            San Francisco, CA 94102
          • Generations
            1010 Montgomery St.
            San Francisco, CA 94133
          The following centers provide Early Head Start 官方正版幸运彩票 to children 3 months to 3 years old:

          • Golden Gate I
            220 Golden Gate
            San Francisco, CA 94102
          • New Generations
            700 Velasco
            San Francisco, CA 94134
          • Broadway Infant Center
            831 Broadway St.
            San Francisco, CA 94133