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Human Services Agency of San Francisco
Department of Aging & Adult Services * Department of Human Services

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The Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) coordinates services to seniors, adults with disabilities, and their families to maximize self-sufficiency, safety, health, and independence so that they can remain living in the community for as long as possible and maintain the highest quality of life. 

Contact Information:

1650 Mission Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA  94103
Administration: (415) 355-3555
Intake, Information, and Referral: (415) 355-6700
Email: daas@sfgov.org

Need help?

The DAAS Integrated Intake and Information Services can assist you with information and referral to programs, services, and resources. Please call (415) 355-6700 or visit the Department of Aging and Adult Services Benefits and Resources HUB at 2 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103.  Hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays.

Accessibility Information (pdf)

Telephone Call Guide (pdf)

DAAS Brochure (pdf)

What's New

COMMUNITY FORUMS - Support Older Adults and
Adults with Disabilities Live with Dignity!

The Department of Aging and Adult Services
Benefits and Resources Hub
at 2 Gough Street is now open!

Adult Protective Services

(800) 814-0009 or (415) 355-6700 - If you know or suspect that an elderly person or adult with a disability who lives in San Francisco is being abused, you can call to make a confidential report.

In-Home Supportive Services

IHSS provides social work assessments to determine home care service needs of older adults and individuals with disabilities who choose to remain safely in their homes.

Community Living Fund

The Community Living Fund helps seniors and adults with disabilities return home from care facilities, and/or enables them to continue living safely at home with needed services and/or assistance.

Meals for Seniors

If you are a low-income senior, you can visit a community center for tasty meals or have them delivered to you at home.

SF Connected Program

FREE computer training and support for seniors and adults with disabilites.

Information, Resources, Advocacy and Legal Services

For in-person help finding programs and services in your neighborhood, call or visit one of our resource centers for information, referrals and assistance, and find additional resources here.

County Veterans Service Office

If you have served in the military, or are a spouse or dependent of a veteran, you may be entitled to veterans' benefits. We can help you apply.

Staying Active and Involved

There are lots of ways to stay fit, make friends and have fun at our Senior/Activity Centers and through the Exercise and Wellness Program for Seniors.

Services for the LGBT Community

Programs Serving Vulnerable Adults

San Francisco offers three programs for seniors and adults with disabilities who are substantially unable to provide for their own personal needs or financial needs, or who are disabled by mental illness: Public Guardian, Public Conservator, and Representative Payee Program.

Public Administrator

The Public Administrator manages the estates of San Franciscans who have no family members able or willing to do so.

Office on the Aging

The Office on the Aging is the San Francisco City and County Area Agency on Aging (PSA #6). It is responsible for our federally required Area Plan, and selects, funds, manages and oversees the programs of numerous Community Based Organizations ... more

San Francisco Partnership for Community-Based Care and Support

The San Francisco Partnership for Community-Based Care and Support is composed of four community partnerships that work together to improve access to services and resources for seniors and adults with disabilities in San Francisco.

Long Term Care Coordinating Council (LTCCC)

The Long Term Care Coordinating Council is the single body in San Francisco that evaluates all issues related to improving community-based long term care and supportive services.


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