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The proposal's goal is to incentivize individuals with substance use disorder to get the help they need to recover.
The program provided 250,000 residents from low-income backgrounds with free admission to museums and cultural institutions.
The Kelsey Civic Center will provide affordable homes and supportive services for San Franciscans of diverse abilities, incomes, and backgrounds.
The program provides paid travel for people experiencing homelessness who seek to return to their family, friends or other support networks in their hometown.
Free tax centers help thousands of San Franciscans, including undocumented and immigrant households, file taxes and apply for local, state, and federal tax credits.
Of the total 256 studio apartments, 153 will be dedicated to formerly homeless adults and 103 to formerly homeless people over the age of 55.

View over 90 paintings and drawings by older adults participating in the Art With Elders program .
City leaders urge residents and businesses to take precautions as forecasts predict more heavy rains and winds.
1,975 Californians – including former foster youth and pregnant women – will receive anywhere from $600-$1,200 per month.
The Department of Early Childhood (DEC) is the product of a merger between the Office of Early Care and Education (OECE) and First 5 San Francisco.
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