San Francisco Community Health Center is featured in an article by Direct Relief. Reporter Talya Meyers writes, “In San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, where tech-industry wealth brushes up against some of the city’s most vulnerable communities, the San Francisco Community Health Center provides everything from lifesaving medications to hot meals for its patients.
Ming Ming Kwan, the health center’s chief operating officer, born and raised in the city, describes a neighborhood that’s seen increasing levels of poverty and homelessness in recent years. “I have personally watched the situation in the Tenderloin, and the homeless situation, become more and more devastating,” she said.
And in response, San Francisco Community Health Center (SFCHC) has stepped up – and often out – to meet the needs of its neighbors, becoming not just a health care provider but a stable source of community support.”
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