Popping Up 2nd Saturdays in the Bayview

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1201 Mendell Street, San Francisco, CA 94124

Recognizing that healthy families and communities start with healthy pregnancies, the Bayview Pop-Up Village Health & Wellness Hood will focus on providing a “one-stop-shop” for pregnancy/family-related services and offerings — including MediCal sign up and access to the many pregnancy-focused public health, clinical and community programs in SF (see vendors below). But all community members are welcome to enjoy the many diverse Village offerings: food, cooking demos, pop-up shops, music, and more!



Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children


San Francisco Human Services Agency

The San Francisco Human Services Agency is your home for help with food, health insurance, supportive care, financial assistance, child care, and more.


Black Infant Health Program

Black Infant Health provides culturally affirming services that honor the needs, history, and traditions of women of African descent.


Maternal-Child Home Visiting Program

SF Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Public Health Nursing Home Visiting Programs


SisterWeb SF Community Doula Network

SisterWeb supports a network of culturally congruent community doulas from and for San Francisco’s Black, Pacific Islander, and Latin communities. We work to dismantle racist health care systems, support community resilience, and advance economic justice for birthing families and doulas in San Francisco.


Homeless Prenatal Program

In partnership with our families, our mission is to break the cycle of childhood poverty.


Pregnancy Pop-Up Village UCSF Research Team

We are a group of researchers at the University of California, San Francisco who are carrying out a study to learn more about pregnant people’s experiences at the Pregnancy Pop-Up Village. Additionally, this study aims to learn more about how to best support pregnant people’s health and wellbeing. Community is at the center of the Pregnancy Pop-Up Village, and we strive to uphold this by facilitating collaborative partnerships with the community in our research. We hope that the knowledge acquired from this study will help improve the delivery of equitable perinatal care and reduce perinatal health disparities.