San Francisco Data

Close
Author
Frank Sumrall
Description
Contains information on child abuse prevention services provided by multiple departments within the City and County of San Francisco, including services run directly by City departments and programs provided by contracted organizations. Information was collected by the Controller’s Office as a first step in creating a county-wide abuse prevention plan, and includes program descriptions, cost information (where available), and categorizations by service area, protective factor, target audience, and level of prevention. This data was originally collected in FY19 for programs run during FY18. For more information please see the Controller's report at http://openbook.sfgov.org/webreports/details3.aspx?id=2778
Category
Health and Social Services
Tags
children, abuse prevention, services, contracts
Rating
Current value: 0 out of 5
License
Public Domain Dedication and License
This view cannot be displayed
This view is currently private. You can preview it, but you will need to make it public before people will be able to see it.
Size
  • 500x425

  • 760x646

  • 950x808

Custom Size

425x425 is the minimum size

The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

API Endpoint:

Field Names:

Program or Contract Name
program_or_contract_name
Contractor Name
contractor_name
Combined Program and Contractor Name
combined_program_and
Program Description
program_description
Lead Department
lead_department
Department Division
department_division
Targets of Service
targets_of_service
Service Categories
service_categories
Levels of Prevention
levels_of_prevention
Name of Evidence Based Practice used
name_of_evidence_based
CEBC Rating
cebc_rating
CEBC Topic Areas
cebc_topic_areas
CEBC Child Welfare Relevance
cebc_child_welfare_relevance
Protective Factors
protective_factors
Name of Family First Practice
name_of_family_first_practice
Family First Practice Rating
family_first_practice_rating
Contracted or Direct Service
contracted_or_direct_service
Program Cost
program_cost
Program Cost Notes
program_cost_notes
Number of Participants
number_of_participants
Participant Number Notes
participant_number_notes
Contract ID Number
contract_id_number
Program Relevance Rating
program_relevance_rating
Audience Relevance Rating
audience_relevance_rating
SC Case Management
sc_case_management
SC Crisis Care
sc_crisis_care
SC Mental/Behavioral Health
sc_mental_behavioral_health
SC Social, Emotional, Behavioral Development
sc_social_emotional_behavioral
SC Programs Around Birth
sc_programs_around_birth
SC Violence Prevention Programs
sc_violence_prevention
SC Parent Education
sc_parent_education
SC Home Visitation
sc_home_visitation
SC Agency Collaboratives
sc_agency_collaboratives
SC Programs For Professionals
sc_programs_for_professionals
SC Parent Support
sc_parent_support
SC Programs For Commercially Sexually Exploited Children
sc_programs_for_commercially
SC Substance Abuse
sc_substance_abuse
SC Medical Services
sc_medical_services
SC Developmental Screening
sc_developmental_screening
SC Kinship Navigator
sc_kinship_navigator
SC Pregnancy Prevention
sc_pregnancy_prevention
CEBC Anger Management
cebc_anger_management
CEBC Behavior Management
cebc_behavior_management
CEBC Core Child Welfare Services
cebc_core_child_welfare
CEBC Engagement
cebc_engagement
CEBC Mental Health
cebc_mental_health
CEBC Prevention
cebc_prevention
CEBC Support Services
cebc_support_services
CEBC Measurement
cebc_measurement
Target Children
target_children
Target Parents
target_parents
Target Providers
target_providers
Target System
target_system
Level Primary
level_primary
Level Secondary
level_secondary
Level Tertiary
level_tertiary
PF Social-Emotional
pf_social_emotional
PF Parental Resilience
pf_parental_resilience
PF Knowledge of Parenting
pf_knowledge_of_parenting
PF Concrete Support
pf_concrete_support
PF Social Connections
pf_social_connections

Use OData to open the dataset in tools like Excel or Tableau. This provides a direct connection to the data that can be refreshed on-demand within the connected application.

Socrata OData documentation

Tableau users should select the OData v2 endpoint option.

OData V4 Endpoint:

OData V2 Endpoint:

You are viewing a mobile version of this dataset. To access the full dataset, tap here.