It’s Her Turn: Senior Receives Help After Years of Giving to Others

For years, Elaine “Mother” Jones advocated for the rights of seniors in San Francisco to have better lives and improved housing conditions. She often took her advocacy to the streets, holding rallies alongside former SF supervisor Jane Kim who represented the district in which Jones lived—the Tenderloin, arguably San Francisco’s most economically challenged and trouble-ridden neighborhood. Among Jones’ […]

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Vaccinations at IOA!

It’s amazing how during COVID-19 things feel like a time warp – the days are long but the year is short! Same goes for the feeling of activity, with almost everyone working from home, things feel quiet when in reality things are buzzing for us at IOA – including vaccinations. How we got the vaccine: […]

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A Virtual Thanksgiving Feast

The recent spike in coronavirus cases means that many of us will feel extra lonely and isolated on Thanksgiving this year. After all, Thanksgiving is a gathering oriented holiday centered on good food and good company, but many Americans are looking at the possibility of a very scaled back celebration this year. There are activities […]

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