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Our Partners are key to the success of TLHIP

We work with a wide range of partners across sectors, aligning efforts to improve health in the Tenderloin.

Community Advisory Committee

Our Community Advisory Committee (CAC) oversees the hospital’s Community Benefit Plan and the planning, development and implementation of TLHIP strategies and initiatives.

Andrew Desruisseau, MD
Tenderloin Health Services

Barry Stenger
St. Anthony Foundation

Carmela Gold
North of Market Neighborhood Improvement Corporation
Tenderloin Equitable Development Project

Darryl Burton
Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services

David Knego
Curry Senior Center

Del Seymour
Code Tenderloin

Don Falk
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Kenneth Kim

Michael Schrader, MD
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital

Michaela Cassidy
Aspen Affiliates

Pat Zamora
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco

Paula Fleisher

Pedro Torres
Center for Open Recovery

Robert Harvey, MD
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital

Shally Iyer
Metta Fund

Sonia Melara
Rally Family Visitation Services

Steve Gibson
Tenderloin Community Benefit District

CAC Ex Officios

Carl Fabbri
Captain, Tenderloin Police Station

Juan Carlos Cancino
San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Meg Wall
San Francisco Department of Public Health

David Klein, MD, MBA
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital

Ann Lazarus
Saint Francis Foundation

Andrea Nelson
San Francisco Planning Department

Funding Partners

Our funding partners contribute to TLHIP’s pooled income fund supporting initiatives in the neighborhood, or align their funding with ours to leverage impact.

San Francisco City Agencies

Georgette W. Beainy Trust

Carroll Obremskey Charitable Fund

Other generous individual donors and supporters

Community Partners

TLHIP partners with a wide range of organizations locally, regionally and nationally, united in their commitment to improving health in the Tenderloin.


Since 2014, TLHIP has invested more than $3 million in the following organizations through grant support for the Tenderloin community.