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  1. Making Legal Systems Accessible to Non-Lawyers

    Legal support services are a critical lifeline, especially for those most in need. The legal services system is complex – doubly so for underrepresented communities. Founded in 2014, Legal Link is a non-profit that aims to remove legal barriers that prevent low-income individuals from building pathways out of poverty. In 2015, Legal Link piloted a…

  2. Connecting San Francisco Families to Quality, Affordable Child Care

    Children’s Council San Francisco believes that all families should have access to affordable, quality child care. They help families, particularly low-income families, understand and pay for care that meets their individual needs. To do so, Children’s Council contacts each child care provider in San Francisco and builds detailed profiles on every aspect of their care….

  3. Digital Storytelling: Making Health Research Accessible

    Our team recently completed a digital storytelling project with Hopelab, helping share their recent research: Digital Health Practices, Social Media Use, and Mental Well-Being Among Teens and Young Adults in the U.S. Hopelab is a San Francisco-based social innovation lab focused on designing science-based technologies to improve the health and well-being of teens and young…

  4. Hopelab: Digital Storytelling to Make Health Research Accessible

    Our team recently completed a digital storytelling project with Hopelab, helping share their recent research: Digital Health Practices, Social Media Use, and Mental Well-Being Among Teens and Young Adults in the U.S. Hopelab is a San Francisco-based social innovation lab focused on designing science-based technologies to improve the health and well-being of teens and young…

  5. Reimagining the Affordable Housing Process in San Francisco

    CLIENT The City and County of San Francisco, led by Mayor London Breed, works to provide all who call San Francisco home with a safe, vibrant, inclusive city. The ever-growing population of nearly 900,000 residents, however, have long felt the effects of the Bay Area’s affordable housing crisis. The Housing Division of the Mayor’s Office…