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About Us.

We invite you to discover what many consider the “jewel” of San Francisco’s assisted living and memory care communities, built on a foundation of not-for-profit values and Jewish principles.

Our Board

Jim Shapiro, President
Josh Smith, Vice-President
Dr. Carl Grunfeld, Vice-President
David Dossetter, Treasurer
Jaimie Sanford, Secretary

Don Abramson
Lynn Ganz
Michael Rolnick
Dara Nachmanoff
Bernie Nebenzahl

Rabbi Beth Singer
Stephen Swire
Martin Tannenbaum
Dr. Anita Friedman, Ex Officio,  JFCS
Karen Staller, Ex Officio,  MZHF

Our Team

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Ira Kurtz, MHSA
Executive Director

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Adrienne Fair, MSN, RN
Assistant Executive Director

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Candiece Milford
Managing Director of Marketing

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Elizabeth Wyma-Hughes
Director of Resident Services

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Emma Davis, MFT
Director of Programming

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Samson Legesse
Director of Facilities

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Roberto Pellegrino
Director of Food and Beverage

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Tsitsi Helman
Executive Chef

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Your Neighborhood.
2180 Post Street.

You’ll find a wide collection of cafés, restaurants, theaters, shopping, medical services, and hospitals all within a few blocks of Rhoda Goldman Plaza.

We have a walking score of 96 (walking paradise, no car required) and a transit score of 86 (excellent transit to downtown) from Walk Score.

Pizzeria Delfina San Francisco

Starbucks Coffee

Sundance Cinemas

UCSF Medical Center


Jewish Family and
Children’s Services

RGP founding partner, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, offers home health, geriatric care management, and palliative care services.


Tech-enhanced Life, PBC

Don’t let growing older get in the way:
Tech-enhanced Life, PBC, offers insights, analysis, & decision-support tools to make the challenges of growing older less challenging.


At Home With Growing Old

We’re a group of multi-disciplinary professionals who have come together to re-envision the aging experience. Use our resources to look beyond your own discipline for your professional work and your personal aging decisions.


Seniors At Home

No matter what you need for home care, our highly trained caregivers help your loved one have a safer, healthier, and more independent life. See why we’re the Bay Area’s leading expert in senior care.


Family Caregiver Alliance

Provides personal stories, information on public policy, support groups, and more.


Aging Life Care Association

Aging Life Care™, also known as geriatric care management, is a holistic, client-centered approach to caring for older adults or others facing ongoing health challenges.


Jewish Community Center, San Francisco

A community for everyone, using the power of gathering together to share, inspire, support and restore. All are welcome. We explore Jewish culture and traditions as a pathway for joyful, meaningful living.


American Society on Aging

Develops leadership, knowledge, and skills to address the challenges and opportunities of a diverse aging society.


Institute on Aging

Develops and provides innovative programs in health, social services, creative arts, spiritual support, education, and research.


Alzheimer’s Association

Leading global voluntary health organization for Alzheimer’s care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research.



Health insurance and advocacy program that’s here to help you understand your Medicare options.


Administration on Aging

Develops a comprehensive, coordinated, and cost-effective system of home and community-based services that helps elderly individuals maintain their health and independence in their homes and communities.


National Family
Caregivers Association

Offers a newsletter, caregiver survival kit, information, support, and more.


National Association
Of Senior Move Managers

The leading organization to help locate experienced move managers for relocation and transitional moves for older adults throughout the United States.


The National Association of
Area Agencies on Aging

Builds the capacity of its members to help older people and people with disabilities live with dignity and choices in their homes and communities for as long as possible.