The Long Term Care Coordinating Council (LTCCC) is the single body in San Francisco to advise the Mayor on policy, planning and service delivery issues for older adults and people with disabilities.  Established in 2004 by then Mayor Gavin Newsom, the 40 mayoral-appointed member Council’s mandates are to:

  • Advise, implement and evaluate all issues relating to long term care (LTC) and supportive services, including how different service systems interact.
  • Make policy recommendations about how to improve coordination within different settings (home-based, community-based, and institutional care) and service sectors (health, supportive services, housing, transportation, et al.)

How to use this website:

You can explore this Website through the main pull-down menu, above, or by using the colored navigation buttons below.  For example, click on About Us to learn about our members.  You can find current and past agendas and meetings for the LTCCC and our workgroups by clicking Our Work.  The Resources page includes Key Issues (presentations made to the Council) and information about local, state and national policy and advocacy efforts for older adults and people with disabilities. You can view our Sitemap to see links to every page on the site.

To stay connected, you can bookmark this page (ltcccsf.org) and/or complete our sign up form to find out more about the Council, or if you have specific questions, please complete the contact form and we will get back to you promptly.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are the meetings open to the public?
Yes! Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend any of the meetings, from the Long Term Care Coordinating Council meetings to the various workgroups. Occasionally meetings get canceled or changed, so just be sure to check the calendar for upcoming dates or send us an email (contact us) and we can confirm future meeting dates.
How do I become a member of the LTCCC?
If you’re interested in joining the Council, it’s strongly recommended that you attend at least a couple of meetings, to get a sense of the membership, topic areas, priorities, etc. The LTCCC has limited membership, therefore prospective members will need to apply for an open seat. Applicants go through an interview process and are then formerly nominated by the Mayor. Currently, there are 40 seats and each is designated for a specific category, such as advocate for older adults or a consumer with a disability. When there is an open seat on the council, a posting will be shared on the LTCCC website, emailed out through the email list serve and discussed at the Council meetings. Additionally, anyone is welcome to join any of the existing workgroups at any time – those are also open to the public, have no membership limit, and is another great way to get to know the work of the Council.
What type of projects are the LTCCC and/or the workgroups working on?
To learn more about the projects or efforts of either the larger council or any of the workgroups, we recommend attending an upcoming meeting. You can also review past agendas, minutes and other meeting information, such as presentations, that should give you a sense of current and past projects. All that can be found under each workgroup’s respective pages.

Updates and Announcements

October 10, 2017

Announcing: Citywide Community Forums

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April 10, 2017

LTCCC Budget Proposals for 2017-2018

The Long Term Care Coordinating Council and affiliated work-groups have spent the last few months discussing policy and budget priorities; specifically, topics or gaps that came up within the work-groups or have been identified by our council members. After much research, discussion, and vetting, the Council has voted on what our budget recommendations for the coming …Read More

announceJanuary 24, 2017

Big News! The LTCCC has a Brand New Website!

After months of planning, we’re thrilled to share the launch of our brand new website! A big thank you to the SCAN Foundation for funding this project.   Our goal is to increase the transparency of our work and allow council members, City officials and the greater community to stay up to date on the …Read More

yes_on_iJanuary 13, 2017

Proposition I (aka the Dignity Fund) passed by voters of San Francisco in November

What is the Dignity Fund? The Dignity Fund is a charter amendment passed by San Francisco voters on November 8 to ensure continuous funding for programs serving seniors and adults with disabilities.  The Dignity Fund has two key components: Stabilize funding for current services and supports for seniors, veterans, adults with disabilities and adults living …Read More

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The San Francisco Long Term Care Coordinating Council is part of The SCAN Foundation’s Community of Constituents initiative, building a statewide movement to transform the system of care so that all Californians can age with dignity, choice and independence.