The Human Services Agency (HSA) of the City and County of San Francisco serves as the central resource for public assistance in the City. Through assistance and supportive services programs, HSA promotes well-being and self-sufficiency among individuals, families, and communities for San Francisco residents. HSA is also responsible for three homeless shelter facilities and three child care center facilities; the shelters are expected to be transferred to the newly formed Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing in 2018.
|HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY||FY
|FY 2023 - 2027||Plan Total||Backlog|
|State of Good Repair Renewal - Need||3,781||3,970||4,169||4,377||4,596||26,667||47,562|
|State of Good Repair Renewal - Uses||1,620||1,897||2,038||2,188||2,434||16,141||26,318||28,080|
|Total San Francisco Jobs/Year||14||16||17||18||20||135||220|