Causes: Health, Homeless & Housing, Human Services, Mental Health, Psychiatric Hospitals, Rehabilitative Care, Senior Citizens Housing & Retirement Communities, Seniors, Supportive Housing for Older Adults
Direct beneficiaries per year: Today, as the largest, private, nonprofit distinct-part skilled nursing facility in the state of California, we serve a diverse population of close to 1,800 patients and residents annually, offering a wide range of services through both our long-term care (skilled nursing) and short-stay programs (rehabilitation and acute geriatric psychiatry). In general, we serve the most medically/cognitively frail seniors with an average age of 87, as well as financially indigent elders who do not pay the full cost of care. (Approximately 95 percent of our residents are Medi-Cal recipients). Short-stay and long-term care admissions are open to all, and are not limited by race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or disability.
Programs: Founded in 1871, San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living has grown and diversified as community needs have evolved, but our mission to enrich the quality of life for older adults has never wavered. We place a profound emphasis on providing senior adults with a variety of life-enriching programs and services that are accessible, promoting individual dignity, encouraging independence, connecting them to their community, and reflecting the social, cultural, and spiritual values of Jewish tradition. Our vision is not only to be an integral part of a continuum of care throughout the Bay Area, but to become a multi-regional resource by creating a replicable model.