The cash assistance helps about 4,700 low-income adults without dependent children, adults with disabilities, and those who need help finding employment.
The grant will provide housing and services for San Francisco youth who are survivors or at risk of human trafficking.
For the first time, 41,000 older adults and people with disabilities who receive SSI/SSP benefits are eligible for CalFresh.
The program offers free summer admission to local museums and cultural institutions for San Francisco residents who receive public benefits.
The subsidies help address the backlog of older adults and people living with disabilities waiting for subsidized assisted living due to the high cost of care.
San Francisco is the first in the nation to lift tens of thousands of driver’s license holds for people who missed traffic court appearances.
Ingrid Mezquita will oversee San Francisco's programs to improve access to high-quality care and education for children 0-5 years of age.
LGBT Aging Policy Task Force's programs and policies address many challenges facing older LGBTQ adults and allow them to age within the community.
San Francisco will dramatically boost the number of park restrooms staffed by trained monitors.
The SF Dept. of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is hosting trainings June 11-15 for older adults to protect themselves against financial scams.