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Money Management Programs

The public areas of our 191 Golden Gate Avenue offices, which houses the Money Management Programs, was outfitted with protective shields and gear.

Since 1993, LSS of Northern California's Money Management programs have helped San Francisco residents achieve housing stability, improved health outcomes and quality of life. These programs serve more than 1800 seniors, people living with HIV/AIDS, and chronically homeless adults with special needs. The programs are designed to help clients manage their income, which often comes from social security benefits, veterans' benefits, county adult assistance, pensions, unemployment, and/or wages.

Money Management programs have two main goals: to guarantee rent payment and to prevent suspension of income.  These goals help increase the likelihood that the adults we serve, most of whom have histories of chronic homelessness, remain housed.

The Money Management case workers are available to work with clients in ways that acknowledge where clients are in their journey. Their responsibilities include helping individuals maintain their income, ensuring timely rent payments, working with clients to develop and maintain budgets, and acting as a bill-pay service for utilities that are crucial to their health, like power and phone service.

  • ELCA
  • LCMS
  • LSA
  • Dignity Health
    Dignity Health

    Collaborative partnership with LLS of Northern California in Housing with Dignity program, Sacramento

  • Received grant for $3,000 2017 request

  • Frank A. Campini Foundation
    Frank A. Campini Foundation
  • Lutheran Care for the Aging
    Lutheran Care for the Aging

    endowment that funds LSS Support for Seniors program in SF

  • Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Foundation

  • logo with both brands

  • for CDBG funding to renovate V Street property

  • World Centric
    World Centric

    In kind sponsor of compostable paper products to SF

  • Walter S. Johnson Foundation
    Walter S. Johnson Foundation

    grant for business planning related to youth employment program development

  • Wells Fargo
  • Anthem
  • Del E. Webb
    Del E. Webb
  • Safeway Foundation
    Safeway Foundation
  • Cal CASA
    Cal CASA
  • Kaiser Permanenete
  • Sisters of St. Joseph
  • Thrivent Financial

  • CFC
  • United Way
    United Way

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