Mission Clubhouse


901 Alabama Street
San Francisco, CA 94110


Elementary School Hours
Mon-Fri, 2:00-6:00 pm

Middle School Hours
Mon-Thurs, 2:00-7:00 pm
Friday, 2:00-8:00 pm

High School Hours
Mon-Thurs, 2:00-8:00 pm
1st and 3rd Friday, 2:00-9:00 pm
2nd and 4th Friday, 2:00-10:00 pm


415-400-8900 (ext. 8911)




The Mission Clubhouse was the first Boys & Girls Club built west of the Mississippi River, dating back to 1928.  In 2010, the Clubhouse re-opened after a dramatic full-scale renovation.  Club members, their families, and alumni joyously celebrated when the Clubhouse reopened its doors. Today, the Club serves approximately 170 youth per day and is a critical resource for young people in this largely Latino immigrant community.  Middle school and high school services, along with soccer, basketball and the creative arts, have been the top programs at this Clubhouse since it reopened.

The Clubhouse facility features a middle-school-size gymnasium, a learning center, technology center, art studio, high school services center, a multi-purpose room and a games room, and is approximately 14,000 square feet.


Case Management Services

Case Management Services at Columbia Park Clubhouse and Mission Clubhouse serve youth ages 12-18 who are at-risk of being affected by violence. These bilingual services wrap around members to support their development of risk reduction behaviors and provide linkages and referrals to academic support (including tutoring and credit recovery), job training, life skills education, counseling, safe passage, stipends and more. Case Management Services enhance youth decision making, empower youth, and increase their sense of safety. To learn more, please ask to speak to the Youth Outreach Director/Case Manager at your Clubhouse.

Keystone Club

Small-group leadership and service club for Club members ages 14 to 18. Within their club, Keystoners plan and execute activities in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. With the guidance of a Club advisor, Keystone Clubs aim to have a positive impact on members, the Club and their community.

Citywide Creative Arts

The Citywide Creative Arts Program is an award-winning and nationally recognized art program that provides top quality art instruction while uniting youth, families and communities in a powerful way across San Francisco. The program includes visual arts (painting, drawing, crafting, photography), performance arts (dance, drama, music instruction, and spoken word) and digital arts.


The Mission Club has a school-sized gym that offers daily programs such as basketball, soccer, futsal, and flag football. We also offer yoga and field trips to the park.

Interactive Reading Program

Mission Clubhouse offers the Puppy Dog Tales reading program in partnership with the San Francisco SPCA. Youth read around with our program volunteer and therapy dog, to help youth with reading proficiency and fluency. A second Interactive Reading program offered to middle school-aged members is the Mission Times literacy program, in which youth create a bi-monthly newsletter to highlight programs and events at Mission Clubhouse.

Games Room

Members have access to a fully equipped games room, featuring pool, foosball, video games, and board games. Members can also participate in activities that promote teamwork, leadership, and positive decision making.



Jasmine Douville
Clubhouse Director

Anttwan Stanberry
High School Services Director

Patricia Cartagena
Middle School Services Director

Bobby Barnes
Health + Fitness Director

Liz Esqueda
Youth Development Coordinator

William “Cale” Nickerson
Art Coordinator

Ariel Lopez Segovia
Technology Coordinator

Omar Malik
Education Director

Stephanie Espinoza
Administrative Assistant



Van pick-ups from Thomas Edison Charter Academy.
Safe Walks from Cesar Chavez Elementary and Moscone Elementary.