This page is created to support efforts to engage a cohort of existing Western Addition 501(c)(3) nonprofit service providers in a comprehensive planning process that helps to identify and highlight community assets and service needs. The partners in this process work to improve communication, information sharing, strengthen assets, build community cohesiveness and close any gaps in services.

This effort is a partnership between the Western Addition community, Office of Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, the Mayor’s Office of Housing/Community Development Division, Mo’Magic, University of  San Francisco and CompassPoint Nonprofit Services. Data resources will be housed on this page to allow access to those who need it.

Western Addition Neighborhood Profile (doc)
Posted after Meeting #1, 11/12/10. Demographic information on neighborhood based on the 2000 Census. Includes data on race/ethnicity, education level, household income, poverty status, and employment status.

California 2011-2012 Proposed Budget Fact Sheet (No. 16) (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

Mind Matters Flyer (pdf)
Mind Matters Brochure (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

District 5 One Pager (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

Mo’ Magic Case Study (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

Collaboration Chart (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

Stanford Social Innovation Review – Collective Impact (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #4, 1/27/11. Article from Stanford Social Innovation Review by John Kania & Mark Kramer. Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations.

Western Addition DrillDown Market Overview (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11. Working in close partnership with the San Francisco Mayor’s Offices of Community Development (MOCD)and Economic and Workforce Development (MOEWD), the San Francisco DrillDown aimed to strengthen a range of ongoing community and economic development programs underway in twelve San Francisco neighborhoods selected in collaboration with MOCD and MOEWD: Bayview Hunter’s Point (BHP); Bernal Heights; Chinatown; Excelsior; Mission; Oceanview Merced Ingleside(OMI); Portola; Potrero Hill; South of Market (SOMA); Tenderloin; Visitacion Valley; and Western Addition. With a focus on surfacing existing neighborhood assets and positive trends in neighborhood change, the DrillDown provides a unique lens for examining investment opportunities and gauging community stability in San Francisco’s undervalued and underserved neighborhoods.

WA Data – Needs and Requests 4-5-11
Posted after Meeting #8, 3/24/11. Western Addition Data Snapshot.

Budget Advocacy Meeting Agenda with Supervisor Mirkarimi and Mayor Lee
WA Data – Needs and Requests 4-28-11
WA Data – PowerPoint
Posted after Final Meeting, 4/28/11.

Programs and services that are designed to increase educational opportunities, access, participation, and achievement by individuals and community members. Common examples are after-school tutorial programs, college-readiness programs, GED classes, and educational counseling services.

SFUSD Students living in Western Addition (xls)
Posted after Meeting #1, 11/12/10. Number of SFUSD students by school living in the Western Addition Census Tract

Audit Programs Services Students Disabilities SFUSD (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #5, 2/10/11. Audit that Darragh talked about regarding special education services in SFUSD.

SFUSD Data (doc)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11. SFUSD Data including post-secondary enrollment rate, individuals 25 years and older with education levels below a baccalaureate, academic year progress proficiency in Language Arts, average SAT test scores, and counselor to student ratio.

SFUSD Math Zip 94115 (pdf)
SFUSD ELA Zip 94115 (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #8, 3/24/11. SFUSD Spring 2010 California Standards Tests (CST) Math and English Language Arts (ELA) Proficiency Rates for 94115, Grades 2 through 12, by grade.

SFUSD Math Zip 94115 Gender Ethnicity (pdf)
SFUSD ELA Zip 94115 Gender Ethnicity (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #9, 4/7/11. SFUSD Spring 2010 California Standards Tests (CST) Math and English Language Arts (ELA) Proficiency Rates for 94115, Grades 2 through 12, by gender and ethnicity.

Youth Services
Programs and services that are designed to help young people under the age of 25 become responsible and functional adult members of their community. Common examples are leadership development programs, financial literacy training, case management, mental health services, mentoring and youth-based health and wellness programs.

Count of Youth in Western Addition by Organization (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #3, 1/13/11

Summer Information 2011 (link)
Posted after Meeting #4, 1/27/11. Resources and information to assist in programming for Summer 2011, including WA youth data, House of Air Waiver, and “Summer Changes Everything” Conference presentations.

YouthVote Student Survey Fall 2008 (pdf)
YouthVote Student Survey 2009-2010 (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #6, 2/24/11. These reports are a self portrait of students by students. Herein, they explain what stresses them, where they see the most violence in their lives, assess the relevance of their education, suggest changes to their public schools changed, articulate their need for job training, and more.

Summer 2011 Programming Projections (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11. Projections of youth participation in Summer 2011 programs by event and by organization.

Family Support Services
Programs and services that are designed to strengthen the lives of whole family units as well as their individual members. Common examples are individual and family therapy, housing assistance, and crisis intervention counseling.

In-Home Supportive Services Active Caseload for 94115 (xls)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11. Data includes number, and breakdown by gender, age, ethnicity, language, and other characteristics.

OOA Consumers, Meal Program Enrollments, July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010 (xls)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11. Number and percentage of meal program enrollments in Western Addition.

CPAC Needs Assessment Jan 2008 corrected (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #8, 3/24/11. The 2007 San Francisco Child Care Needs Assessment provides important updated information for legislators, planners, advocates, budget staff, providers, and community organizations, regarding the current picture of availability of licensed care, the availability of child care subsidies for those who are eligible, and the indications of unmet need for subsidies by neighborhood/zip code. The 2007 San Francisco Child Care Needs Assessment also documents information not included in the 2002 CPAC Needs Assessment.

Western Addition Housing Data
Western Addition Housing Data2
Posted after Meeting #9, 4/7/11.

Workforce Development
Programs and services that are designed to provide the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that are needed by individuals in the community to increase their self-sufficiency through gainful employment. Common examples are skills development, job placement assistance, job development, and work-related education.

Fact Sheet on Youth Employment (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11.

Preliminary Data re Western Addition One Stop Services (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #7, 3/10/11.


SCAN Foundation State Budget Analysis Re Seniors (pdf)
Posted after Meeting #4, 1/27/11. California Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr., released his proposed 2011-2012 Budget on January 10, 2011, which includes significant cuts to health and human services programs that serve the state’s senior population.

DAAS Senior ZIP Code Analysis 2000 (xls)
Posted after Meeting #5, 2/10/11. Summary of the zip code level data that DAAS used for its 2006 community needs assessment. These figures are based on the 2000 Census, which is the last time that data was available at that level of detail by zip code.

OOA Consumers 94115_FY1011 thru 010511 (xls)
Posted after Meeting #5, 2/10/11. Diana Jensen at the San Francisco Human Services Agency provided more detail on Western Addition consumers who are registered in Office on the Aging (OOA) programs (note that not all programs register clients, so some programs may not be included here).  This spreadsheet provides demographic details for consumers who were registered in any OOA programs during FY 10/11, through January 5, 2011.  The second worksheet shows the programs where they were enrolled, and what percentage of them accessed programs at sites located in the 94115 zip code.


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