Except as noted above, SFHDC’s offices will generally be closed, but our team will continue to provide many of our core programs to our clients, residents and the public via remote work and limited in-person services.
It is our hope that the above temporary measures will 1) ensure the wellbeing of everyone (residents, clients and staff), 2) comply with the critically important Shelter-in-Place Order, and 3) provide essential services to our clients and residents to the maximum extent possible.
Thank you for your understanding and support. Take good care of yourselves and each other. Although our notions of “togetherness” will be stretched during this challenging time of increased isolation, SFHDC will continue to provide services and support to the San Francisco community.