The Shelter Monitoring Committee is an independent vehicle charged with documenting the conditions of shelters and resource centers to improve the health, safety, and treatment of residents, clients, staff, and the homeless community.
The Committee's mission is to undertake this work recognizing individual human rights and promoting a universal standard of care for shelters and resource centers in the City and County of San Francisco.
Learn more about our Shelter Monitoring Committee members.
HFREC Associate Program Director, Claudia Sagastume, initiated a meeting with the case managers and program directors from all 3 family shelters in...
Single adults seeking shelter in San Francisco from City and County of San Francisco contracted agencies must do so by going to a CHANGES reservation...
Please note: The Committee now meets the third Wednesday of the month at 10:00 AM at City Hall, 1. Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 408, unless...
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