SF Interfaith Council Weekly Online Briefing for Faith Leaders: SF’s Homelessness, Shelter and Housing Response in Light of COVID-19
The San Francisco Interfaith Council’s work centers on civil rights, homelessness, housing affordability, and disaster preparedness. The SFIC convenes and amplifies the voice of our city’s faith-based community on these important issues. This week’s “Online Briefing for Faith Leaders,” hosted by the San Francisco Interfaith Council and supported by the COVID Command Center’s Joint Information Center Virtual Outreach Team, welcomes San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) Interim Director Abigail Stewart-Kahn. Interim Director Kahn will shine a light on San Francisco’s Homelessness Response System, the impacts and response of the System of Care during COVID-19 and the Department’s recovery efforts through the implementation of the Mayor’s Homelessness Recovery Plan, that supports investments in housing and shelter to help the City create more resources for homeless residents as San Francisco endures and eventually emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.