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The San Francisco Human Services Network (HSN) is an association of about 80 community-based nonprofit agencies united into a public policy organization dedicated to addressing issues critical to the health and human services sector of San Francisco. HSN provides a unique contribution to the City by educating service providers, elected officials, policymakers and the community on how policy decisions affect San Francisco's comprehensive array of social and health programs.

HSN is a fiscally-sponsored project of Community Initiatives.

HSN CALENDAR: Mark your calendars for these meetings and events:

  • Steering Committee 5/11/16
  • Save the date: Workshop on SF wage and benefit laws 9/20/16


BUDGET CENTRAL: Budget documents and important dates for San Francisco's FY16-17 and FY17-18 city budget, including health and human service departments.

NEW POLICY PAPER ON HOMELESSNESS : Policy recommendations for the Mayor's Department of Homelessness. Paper submitted 1/29/16 to Mayor Lee from HSN, CCHO, HESPA, HEC, HAPN and SHPN.

JUNE 2016 BALLOT -- HSN ENDORSES PROP C: Vote yes on C to increase affordable housing requirements for low-income housing!

NONPROFIT RENT AND DISPLACEMENT: Working Group final report and recommendations.

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