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The City's New Women and Families First Initiative
The initiative provides job training for 300 women and supports about 800 children with childcare tuition credits.
San Francisco Distributes $90 million in Rent Relief
The City’s new Emergency Rental Assistance program supporting vulnerable San Francisco tenants launches on May 28.
Kelly Dearman to Lead the HSA Department of Disability and Aging Services
Dearman’s years of experience in the field of long-term supportive services make her well prepared to lead DAS.
New Child Care Facility in the Mission District
The Mission Kids child care center will serve 100 families and is funded by more than $6 million from City.
City Provides $500 Stimulus for Lower-Wage Workers and Families
The initiatives offer up to $500 local tax credit and cash stimulus to households eligible for the San Francisco Working Families Credit.
City Adopts State’s Regional Stay at Home Order to Help Contain COVID-19 Surge
The order aims to significantly reduce gatherings and additional activities in an effort to stabilize COVID-19 cases and preserve region-wide hospital capacity.
City's Annual Turkey Giveaway Distributed over 5,000 Turkeys to Families and Residents
Due to COVID-19, City departments and community partners collaborated to safely distribute turkeys at public housing locations and non-profit organizations.
Free Year-Round Admission to Gardens of Golden Gate Park for Low-Income Families
SF Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers, and the Japanese Tea Garden offer free admission to those receiving government food assistance and Medi-Cal benefits.
City Promotes Healthy Holidays, Shopping Local, and Helping Neighbors in Need
The We Will Recover campaign promotes actions that San Franciscans can take to support the City’s recovery from COVID-19.
City Begins Rehousing Vulnerable Homeless Moved into Hotels Due to COVID-19
The first phase begins of the plan to eventually move 2,300 people out of hotels and into stable housing solutions.
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