Human Services Agency of San Francisco
In November 2004, Mayor Gavin Newsom announced the appointment of the Long Term Care Coordinating Council to provide policy guidance to the Mayor's Office.
The Long Term Care Coordinating Council (LTCCC) is charged to: (1) advise, implement, and monitor community-based long term care planning in San Francisco; and (2) facilitate the improved coordination of home, community-based, and institutional services for older adults and adults with disabilities. It is the single body in San Francisco that evaluates all issues related to improving community-based long term care and supportive services.
The LTCCC has 41 membership slots. Membership categories were created to ensure representation from a variety of consumers, advocates, and service providers (non-profit and public). The Mayor appoints people to fill 32 slots, which represent non-profit service provider organizations, consumers, and advocates. The additional 9 slots represent City and County departments including: Human Services, Aging and Adult Services, Public Health (two slots), Mayor's Office on Disability, Mayor's Office of Housing, San Francisco Housing Authority, and the Municipal Railway, plus one non-voting slot to enable representation of the Mayor's Office, which was added in October 2010.
The LTCCC evaluates how service delivery systems interact to serve people, and recommends ways to improve service coordination and system interaction. Workgroups responsible for carrying out the activities in the plan provide periodic progress reports through presentations to the LTCCC.
For more information, contact Bill Haskell at (415) 355-6782 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MINUTES OF THE MEETING
WORKGROUPS & CONTACT PERSON
Bill Haskell - email@example.com
Fanny Lapitan - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sybil Boutilier - email@example.com
Joanne Robinson Teran - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Nolan - email@example.com