LTCCC Long Term Care Coordinating Council

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The Long Term Care Coordinating Council (LTCCC) is the single body in San Francisco to advise the Mayor on policy, planning, and service delivery issues for older adults and people with disabilities. Established in 2004 by then Mayor Gavin Newsom, the 40 mayoral-appointed member Council's mandates are to: 

  • Advise, implement, and evaluate all issues relating to long term care (LTC) and supportive services, including how different service systems interact.
  • Make policy recommendations about how to improve coordination within different settings (home-based, community-based, and institutional care) and service sectors (health, supportive services, housing, transportation, et al.)

The LTCCC and its subcommittees are working to improve the quality of care and support, to expand the system capacity and to build a better coalition of community caregivers for aging and persons with disabilities in San Francisco.

More information about the LTCCC, its members, workgroups, key issues, and meeting information can be found on their website at


The Department of Aging and Adult Services
1650 Mission Street, 5th Floor

Contact Valerie Coleman at (415) 355-3681 if you have any questions or would like additional information.