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Access + Empowerment

We can help you find resources to make sure you receive the benefits and services you are entitled to.

DAS Benefits and Resources Hub

With a single call, older adults and people with disabilities can learn about available services throughout the city and also apply for several of our services. Our Benefits and Resources Hub is the “central door” for our services serving these populations. Learn more and get started now.

Benefits + Resources


County Veterans Service Office (CVSO)

The County Veterans Service Office (CVSO) honors our fallen bothers and sisters in arms.

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People receive services at SFHSA's 1440 Harrison location.

Legal Services

Legal Services provides seniors and adults with disabilities with legal assistance, such as counseling on rights, representation before courts, and drafting of legal documents.

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Naturalization Services

Naturalization Services provide help to seniors (aged 50+) and adults with disabilities who are also legal permanent residents.

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Aging and Disability Resource Centers

The Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) are centralized sources for free information and assistance on issues affecting seniors and people with disabilities.

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Advocacy Services

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)

If you are a San Francisco resident who is receiving Medicare or about to receive Medicare, HICAP can help you maximize your health benefits.

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Safety in Care Faciltiies

Our Long-Term Care Ombudsman advocates for the rights of people living in skilled nursing facilities, residential care facilities for the elderly, and assisted living programs.

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Other Resources

We offer a number of other access and advocacy resources. For more information on these and other related resources, call the DAS Benefits and Resources Hub at (415) 355-6700.

  • Housing counseling and advocacy: Services aiming to improve the housing situation for older adults and adults with disabilities.
  • Home care advocacy: Efforts to promote a seamless and responsive home care system to best serve seniors and adults with disabilities.
  • Long-term care consumer rights: Information on the basic rights guaranteed in the various long-term care services in the City.
  • Senior and disability survival school: Training services for seniors and people with disabilities to effectively access vital community resources.