Policies for programs and the public
Wu Yee Children’s Services is committed to fostering a safe and inclusive environment for everyone.
Diversity and inclusivity
We strive to create a culture of inclusiveness that embraces our differences. For Wu Yee, diversity isn't just a policy, but an integral part of who we are as an organization.
Child Abuse Reporting Policy
All Wu Yee Children’s Services employees are required by California law (California Penal Code sections* 11164-11174.3.) to report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. All child abuse reports will be kept confidential. Visit the California Legislative Information website for more information.
Information about children and families enrolled in Wu Yee's programs are confidential. The information gathered by Wu Yee Children’s Services is used to determine families’ needs and eligibility in order to provide appropriate services. Wu Yee Children’s Services will not share information with other agencies or individuals without written consent — with the exception of mandated reporting of child abuse, Community Care Licensing, or court subpoenas.
Wu Yee Children’s Services does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental and/or physical disability. We make reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities to access our services, as required by the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Sexual Harassment Policy
It is the policy of Wu Yee Children’s Services agency is to provide an environment free from sexual harassment in a verbal, physical, or visual context.
Public access to information and meetings
As a nonprofit organization working with the city and county of San Francisco, California, Wu Yee Children’s Services complies with the Nonprofit Public Access Ordinance (Sunshine Ordinance).
Public access to meetings
Every year, usually in March and September, the public is invited to be part of two Board of Directors meetings. During these meetings, the public have the opportunity to listen to and ask questions on any item relating to Wu Yee’s operations or services, to comment on Board of Directors membership, and/or to nominate themselves or others to become a member of the board. Wu Yee will announce the dates of these meetings at least 30 days in advance through the San Francisco Public Library and the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Wu Yee strives to include people who represent the community, including one or more people who have benefitted from Wu Yee services, to the board.
Public access to records
Wu Yee makes the following financial information available:
The most recent budget provided to the city of San Francisco regarding city contracts
- The most recent state and federal tax returns
- Any financial or performance audits connected to city contracts.
These documents may be reviewed at Wu Yee’s main administrative office during normal business hours. To receive copies of documentation, please send a written request as well as duplication and mailing costs. Copies will be mailed 10 business days after they are received.
Anyone can also request additional financial information, other than those mentioned above, in the same way. Any complaints concerning Wu Yee compliance with an ordinance, please submit your request or complaint to Wu Yee. A reply will be received within at least 10 business days of the request or complaint. If a member of the public feels that a response does not sufficiently address the issue or request, or a response is not received within 10 business days, they may submit their request or complaint to Wu Yee. If the response does not sufficiently address the issue or request, or a response is not received within 10 business days, they may submit their request or complaint to the appropriate agency.
Contact Wu Yee for more information
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