The Senior Division has offices city-wide including the following locations: 6221 Geary Street (@ 26th Avenue) in the Outer Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco, 1500 Franklin Street (@ Pine) near the Civic Center a, 280 Turk Street, and 711 Van Ness Avenue.
Check out the Senior Division Brochure
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Geriatric Mental Health Services
Intensive case management including mental health and substance abuse treatment for seniors, age 60 and older.
Outpatient program offering comprehensive services to seniors, age 60 and older, with mental health concerns.
Community integration program for older adults, age 55 and older, with mental health concerns, including substance abuse.
Drop-in resource and recovery center for seniors, age 60 and older, providing multilingual, culturally competent, peer-based support and services.
The Felton Economic Security Initiative Benefit Enrollment Center helps low income Medicare eligible seniors and persons with disabilities to identify and apply for benefit programs for which they may qualify. Service and guidance for older adults via economic security casework and service coordination.
This program provides services designed to recognize and affirm the life experiences of our LGBT clients and to assist them in overcoming barriers to access and utilization of services that are specific to LGBT seniors.
Care management services for older adults and adults, ages 18 and older, with disabilities.
Professional staff and outreach volunteers investigate complaints and resolve issues affecting elderly and dependent adults living in long-term care facilities.
Limited-income, mobile seniors, age 55 and older, receive small stipends for providing support services to children with special needs.
Limited-income, mobile seniors provide companionship services to frail, isolated, and homebound seniors.
Workforce training for older adults, age 55 and older, leading to permanent job placements.
Pilot program to assess older adults living in independently with signs of cognitive decline.