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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.
The funding provides 290 of affordable housing for residents including families, formerly homeless individuals, older people, and adults with disabilities. 
"Community members need to know that health, food, and housing programs are safe to use and cannot be considered in the public charge test."
A new public charge rule adds more protections for immigrants. Use of Medi-Cal, CalFresh, and public housing benefits will not block one’s immigration pathway.
The program expands the City’s Diaper Bank program eligibility from CalWORKs and CalFresh households to those who receive Medi-Cal. 
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