Sixty Plus - Delancey Presentation Tour and Lunch

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 11:45
Since 1971 Delancey Street has been treating substance abuse users. In 1971 Delancey Street began with four people, $1,000 loan and a dream to develop a new model to turn around the lives of people in poverty, substance abusers, former felons, and others who have hit bottom.
Delancey Street has successfully graduated over 18,000 people from America’s underclass into society as successful taxpaying citizens leading decent, legitimate and productive lives. The organization has opened new doors in fields of homelessness, education, vocational training, social entrepreneurship, substance abuse and pathways out of poverty, crime and violence.
The bistro serves as a training school for Delancey Street residents.
Three-course served lunch includes beverage, tax, and tip - Cost: $30 (tour and lunch), $40 for non- Premiere members. 

If you are not a Premiere Sixty Plus member, please arrange your visit ahead of time with Eileen Ward at

Delancey Street, 600 The Embarcadero, San Francisco
Transportation: MUNI “K” or “T” to Brannan Street – parking is limited