SFIHSS Public Authority Facebook
This is a link to our new Facebook page with up-to-date information about important news and events.
Exciting PA JOB Opportunity!
The PA is seeking a qualified individual to be our Bilingual Registry Administrative Coordinator. If such a position interests you, please click on the link below for a detailed job description, as well as information on how to apply.
60 Caregiver Issues CamPaign
Please click on the link below for a series of excellent articles on the current caregiver crisis, part of the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute's (PHI) national campaign: "60 Caregiver Issues."
January 2017 newsletter!
The PA's Vision and Voice Newsletter will soon be in the mailboxes of all our IHSS consumers and providers. Be sure to check out the changes to our usual format: shorter (four pages with lots of photos) and now in three different languages (same content)--English, Spanish and Chinese. Please click on the links below for the newsletter:
all about iHSS!
To learn more about the IHSS Program in San Francisco and the agencies (DAAS IHSS, Homebridge and the Public Authority) responsible for crucial aspects of the program, please click on the link below:
IHSS Overtime and Travel Information Link
Please click on the link below from the San Francisco Human Services Agency/Department of Aging & Adult Services:
Over 20 years assisting low-income older adults and people with disabilities in San Francisco to stay in their homes and communities.
"The PA is on the lookout for a lively, enthusiastic person to fill a seat on its Governing Body. The GB sets policy and oversees the activities of the PA. As a board member, you will have direct input into programs, policies and procedures that have made the PA a model for others.
To qualify for this seat, you must be over 55 years old, a San Francisco resident, and either a past or current user of personal assistance services or familiar with PAS.
The time commitment for board membership is minimal. The GB meets six times a year (only in odd-numbered months) for two hours at the PA office on Folsom Street (between 4th and 5th).
If you wish to make a difference in the lives of other older San Francisco adults and people with disabilities—and you’re up for this opportunity—we’d love to talk to you about joining our board and have you attend a meeting to see how we work.
For more information, please contact my assistant, Patrick Hoctel, at (415) 593-8117 or email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you. Thanks for your time and interest!"