The EOCSF-Potrero HIll Provides comprehensive services to families with children ages 0-14 years old and other families who resides in the Potrero Hill community from our site located at 85 Turner Terrace for more information please call 415.206.2123. This center also provides the following services:

  • Food Giveaway Program - Monday to Friday from 11:00am to 1:00pm (Available to ALL residents of the 94107 zip code)
  • Computer Lab & Business Center - Provides a safe place for youth and families that need to use a computer
  • Family Support Services - Provides Information and Referrals.


The Community Services Program provides assistance to low-income families with intake and referrals that is designed to take the individuals off welfare, and becoming self-sufficient.  We work with homeless and formerly homeless individuals, parolees and ex-offenders.  Referrals are offered to low-income persons to assist in finding affordable housing; training programs; employment; emergency food boxes (on a limited basis).  Clients are made job ready with donated clothing and referrals to other EOC departments.  We also connect our clients to other resources and appropriate support services, citywide.  For other EOCSF programs, please click here.


Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Company offer income-qualified customers a discount on their monthly energy bill.:

The Economic Opportunity Council of San Francisco's Energy department offers free weatherization service to low-income households in the city of San Francisco. This program is designed to help participants and property owners meet the rising energy costs in California.  Our weatherization services includes the following measures:  Duct blaster, Blower door test, Pre and Post combustion appliance safety test, installation of a carbon monoxide alarm kit (if applicable), weather-stripping on doors and windows, minor home repair on doors and windows, caulking or re-glazing around the window frames, installation of a 42"-5 blades ceiling fan equipped with a lighting kit (if applicable), programmable digital thermostat (if applicable), low-flow sink aerators and showerheads, receptacle switch and outlet gaskets, installation of compact fluorescent and LED bulbs, repair or replacement of inefficient boilers, heating system, refrigerator and microwave oven (certain condition may apply), as well as the provision of educational materials about energy conservation.  [Fact Sheet]

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There are a lot of issues that our growing community faces, from public education to transportation. EOC of San Francisco works at the ground level, helping bring residents together to smooth out issues and create bright spots. Our agency offers programs and creates events that are meant to unify us and work for the greater good.


Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

Applications and other Program Information

This program reaches the hardest hit victims of increasing energy costs:  low-income people and primarily the elderly and the disabled.  This program provides once a year assistance for gas and electric bills when program funds are available.  [Fact Sheet]

  • The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) provides one-time financial assistance to help offset an eligible household'€™s energy costs (utility bill).
  • The Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) provides assistance to low-income households that are in a crisis situation. Examples include a household that has received a 24- to 48-hour disconnect notice or service termination by its utility company or a household facing an energy-related crisis of life-threatening emergency in the applicant's household, including a combustible appliance.

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Building Communities, Promoting Citizenry

Community Services Program


EOC-Potrero Hill

Corridor Ambassador Program

The Corridor Ambassadors Program is administered through a partnership amongst the EOC, SFDPW, and Mission Neighborhood Centers, a non-profit based in The Mission.

The goals of the Corridor Ambassadors Program:

  • Prepare young community members for possible fulfilling and well-paying careers that can launch them into the middle class.
  • Train young people with the skills and opportunity to “audition” for the opportunity of long-term employment with SFDPW.
  • Teach program participants hard and soft job skills that can make them better candidates for future job opportunities.
  • Improve the community by rejuvenating public spaces.
    Build a sense of community pride.