After a fire ravaged a Victorian building on Shotwell Street in the Mission, the building – which once housed six elderly people in a nursing home – sat empty for six years.
Small residential care facilities like the one at 628 Shotwell St. are disappearing at an alarming rate in San Francisco, putting vulnerable seniors and adults with disabilities, with mental illnesses or addictions at risk of homelessness with limited access to services necessary treatment.
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