Safe passage Senior
The Safe Passage Senior program is the result of a one year planning and research effort undertaken in collaboration with Curry Senior Center, San Francisco Senior Center, Little Brothers/Friends of the Elderly, and St. Francis Living Room. Safe Passage Senior works to increase safety and perception of safety for seniors in the Tenderloin.
Safe Passage Senior serves as a senior workforce development model. Programming/activities include assistance with street crossings, community safety trainings, & safe escort services. Safe Passage Senior works in collaboration with students and faculty at UCSF & USF on groundbreaking research of senior safety in the Tenderloin. This program has been made possible with funding from Saint Francis Foundation’s Tenderloin HIP, Sutter Health, San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), as well as grants from Vision Zero and the San Francisco Police Officers Association.