Stephany Joy Ashley

It's a rainy day - today

Many core health service programs are wrestling with the reality of closing their doors entirely when the next round of cuts arrives in June.
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OPINION As San Francisco's health and human services face unprecedented loss of funding under Mayor Gavin Newsom's glaringly disproportionate budget cuts, forcing layoffs of city and nonprofit health care workers who work on the frontlines of a strained system, now is the time when the moral implications of budget decisions mean the most.

The midyear cuts alone have eliminated HIV/AIDS services for an estimated 2,660 San Franciscans. Many core health service programs are wrestling with the reality of closing their doors entirely when the next round of cuts arrives in June. Read more »