95% of families

remained stably housed after one year.

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75% decrease

in urgent intervention needs.

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23% Reduction in Stress Among Caregivers

when their loved ones became clients at Adult Day Services San Francisco.

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13,289 people educated

through presentations and events.

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Our Impact

To ensure that we produce results that improve the lives of our clients and contribute to our communities, we assess each of our programs in terms of specific desired "outcomes" --- effects on the clients we serve --- and relate these effects to "impacts" on the communities we serve. The desired outcomes are captured in "If-Then" statements: IF we take certain actions, THEN we expect to produce desired results. The results reported here are for FY 2016 period (July 2015 - June 2016).

Homelessness and Housing
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Homelessness and Housing

The lack of permanent housing often compounds numerous challenges including medical, social, psychological and vocational. Our residential care facilities, distribution of housing subsidies and wrap-around case management provide vulnerable people with freedom to focus on restoring stability and hope in other areas of their lives.

22%

of the U.S. homeless population live in California

61%

of homeless in San Francisco are unsheltered

if

we provide formerly homeless and low income families with stable housing and a wide array of supportive services to address barriers

then

they will remain housed, maximize their income and increase their self-sufficiency.

Children and Youth Services
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Children and Youth Services

Providing a child with the opportunity to learn, play and grow in healthy, safe environments better prepares him or her for their future. From our early childhood development care and after-school programs to organized athletics and summer camps, youth of all ages are encouraged to thrive. Residential-based services also help children and youth to heal and grow into healthy adults.

4.3%

of kids in California public schools are homeless.

22.8%

of children in California live below the Federal poverty level.

if

we provide low-income elementary school children with comprehensive out-of-school academic support, targeted reading intervention and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) enrichment activities in a safe and positive environment

then

these youth will show an increased interest in math, science and technology and reach and/or maintain grade level reading proficiency and as a consequence be better prepared to advance in their education.

Aging Support Services
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Aging Support Services

Our priority is to help seniors maintain their independence and dignity while making valuable connections through companionship and friendship. Our programs promote economical, comprehensive, alternative solutions to residential facilities or in-home care while providing respite to caregivers.

1 in 5

California seniors live in poverty.

1 in 3

Californians will be over 50 by 2030.

if

we provide seniors and disabled adults experiencing cognitive and physical impairments with a set of daily activities, and their caregivers with respite, education and support

then

the seniors and disabled will optimize their physical, emotional and cognitive health and remain in the community longer while their caregivers have decreased stress.

Refugee and Immigrant Services
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Refugee and Immigrant Services

Our mission is to assist clients in achieving not just legal status and economic self-sufficiency, but to help them become fully active participants in the social and civic life of our communities. Our program is designed to advise and guide clients through the immigration process and to help immigrants know their rights under the law.

34%

of working-age adults in California are immigrants.

19%

of foreign-born residents are more likely to be living in poverty.

if

we provide low-income immigrants with accurate information about immigration benefits and affordable legal services

then

we will reduce fraud, help them achieve legal working status, and increase their economic stabilization.

Behavioral Health Services
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Behavioral Health Services

Since 1943, our professional psychotherapists have provided help for individuals, couples and families seeking to improve their lives. Confidential and empathetic dialogues not only build better personal and relationship skills, but reduce incidence of child and domestic abuse, alcohol and substance abuse, marital strife and homelessness.

1 in 6

adults in California have a mental health need.

66%

of adolescents with mental health needs did not receive treatment.

if

we provide low income children, couples and families with affordable psychotherapeutic services through licensed and pre-licensed professionals

then

we will reduce trauma symptoms, strengthen families and improve their quality of life.