The San Francisco Human Services Network (HSN) is an association of over 110 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.
Nonprofits form the backbone of the City's safety net, providing critical services for vulnerable children, youth, women, veterans, seniors, immigrants, and others in need. These services include meals and nutrition, child care, job training, primary and preventive health care, services for individuals living with HIV and AIDS, mental health care, drug and alcohol treatment, crisis assistance and more.
HSN supports this vital community of service providers by bringing a nonprofit perspective to the development of major policy initiatives. Through policy analysis, education and advocacy, HSN strives to create an environment in San Francisco that is supportive of a vibrant, healthy nonprofit community.
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