Curry Senior Center serves the fastest-growing age group in San Francisco – those over age 60. By 2020, they will make up one in five of the city’s population. Today, one in four over age 65 lives alone in San Francisco, many in single room occupancy (SRO) hotels in the heart of the City.
Just as demand is rising, resources have diminished due to the economic crisis and associated cutbacks. Still, Curry remains committed to all those who walk through its doors. And, because of Curry, fewer live isolated, sick, and alone. Learn more about Curry and aging news and views.
Articles about Curry:
- San Francisco Man Stands up to Lou Gehrig’s Disease (San Francisco Examiner)
- Needy Seniors Get What They Want for Christmas (Central City Extra)
Video about Curry
- Curry Senior Center a Life Saver (NBC Bay Area)