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1000 Montgomery (at Broadway) opened in 1989 as a single room occupancy (SRO) hotel, with three floors devoted to housing. It has 35 rooms, with access to microwave ovens and refrigerators on each floor, as well as a shared dining room and shared accessible bathrooms. +
149 Mason Street: Studios for the Chronically Homeless The 149 Mason Street project consists of 56 studio apartment units designed for homeless and disabled single adults. +
350 Jones Street (at Ellis Street), 94102 415-921-1978 M- F: 9:00am-4:00pm Free storage is available for any person who is homeless. Person must be registered in the city of San Francisco's shelter system called "Changes" and that can be done at any Resource Center. Clothes and shoes only may be stored; maximum of one bag is allowed. Access is allowed once a day daily during business hours unless you are performing laundry which then you are allowed to access your belongings twice daily. There is a 6 month time limit to store items at this location. After the 6 months are completed you have to take all property and wait 30 days before re- entering for 6 additional months. Phone 415-921-1978 for further information and details. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm. +
Grand Opening November 10, 2008 It will offer many of the same services already available at the Tenderloin Drop in Center. This new site will also contain a Senior specific drop-in component. Some services offered are: respite from the streets, hygiene and other emergency supplies, telephones, medical triage, peer-counseling, employment resource center, behavioral Health Care, case management, homeless advocacy, support groups, massage therapy, and more. For a complete list of all our services visit Central City Hospitality house web page. +
A Good Idea (AGI), is a San Francisco based non-profit formed by Jared Paul. One of its goals is to help educate homeless youth. +
One of the cleanest in town. Large rooms. They no longer have a respite floor. Some rooms available to the general public for a weekly rate of $285.00 plus room tax and $5 Key Deposit (refundable). New Manager's Name is Alfred E. Neuman. On site services available for every tenant. +
ACCESS - Assisting Court Customers with Education and Self Help Services - Legal Help at the SF Superior Court +
You must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the close of each session. Customers are served on a first come, first served drop-in basis. You may also reach us via e-mail at ACCESS@sftc.org ACCESS helps people who need legal information but do not have lawyers. We can help you with: Small Claims Limited Civil Mediation Civil Harassment Restraining Orders Conservatorships Evictions Name Changes Gender Changes Guardianships We cannot help with criminal cases, immigration, and bankruptcy. The ACCESS Center can: Give you information in many languages and help you understand your legal options Help you represent yourself Help you fill out legal forms, follow court procedures, find resources or a lawyer Show you how to research the law You don't have to pay anything to use the center. But, you have to pay for copies and court filing fees. If you are low income, you may be able to file for free. If you have an attorney, the ACCESS Center cannot assist you. +
Provides vocational skills training and supported employment to persons with developmental disabilities and their families/caretakers. They also provide independent and supported living skills training for clients. Services for seniors with an emphasis on recreation and leisure activities. +
Pick up applications M-Th: 9am-3pm Units: 25 Units (may have 148 units now). 30% of income. Program: Housing First Program Many SRO units have a bath facility in room, otherwise shared baths. Operated by St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco. Accept applications M-F 9-3 pm; Clean Sober; SRO for recovery. +
Arriba Juntos promotes economic self-sufficiency to San Franciscans and their families through occupational training and employment opportunities. We offer vocational training in the health field, such as the Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Home Health Aide, and the Homecare program; in the technology field we offer computer trainings such as the automated office skills training (AOST) and the basic computer programs (MS Word and MS Excel) in Spanish; in the career advancement field, we offer the Home WORC program (employment opportunity for homeless or formerly homeless individuals). We also offer English-as-a-second Language/Vocational Immersion Program (ESL/VIP) for beginners and basic English as a Second Language classes in the evening. Various youth programs for foster, and homeless youth; the Community Response Network and the Mission Save Haven, our after school program that serves middle school students. Offers employment training programs to youth and adults who either have low or no income. They serve CalWORKS, PAES recipients, dislocated workers, rehab participants, homeless individuals among others. They offer vocational training in the health field, such as the Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Home Health Aide, and the Homecare program; in the technology field they offer computer trainings such as the automated office skills training and the basic computer programs (MS Word and MS Excel) in Spanish; in the career advancement field, they offer the Home WORC program (employment opportunity for homeless or formerly homeless individuals, the MUNI entry-level training program (MELT) (transportation industry). They also offer Vocational English-as-a-second Language (ESL/VESL) for beginners in the evening and various youth programs in collaboration with other organizations in the community. Employment services include the On-the-Job Training Program and direct placements through employment orientations and free job listing (every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am), and drop-in referrals to social services such as housing, clothing, food and transportation. They provide open computer access at our Placement Center (phone, fax, printer, internet, resume writing) on a drop-in basis during office hours. Along with the training, they provide client assessment, case management, vocational counseling work readiness, placement and retention services. Also, free food from the SF Food Bank, every Thursday at 11am. Evening classes are offered from 6pm-8pm. Wheelchair accessible. Language spoken: Spanish, Tagalog Employment services include our Placement Center, free computer acces with Internet for job seach needs and resume writing (phone, fax, printer); Drop-in job orientations and free job listing (every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00am), and drop-in referrals to social services such as housing, clothing, food and transportation. Along with the training, we provide client assessments, intensive customized case management, vocational counseling work readiness, placement, retention and follow up services. Also, through the food pantry, we give out free groceries and fresh produce, every Thursday at 11am. Evening classes are offered from 6pm-8pm. Wheelchair accessible. Language spoken: Spanish, Tagalog, Russian.
Patient and physician research and education; information and referral, peer counseling and recreation, self -help and coping information available. Nominal fee for literature and classes. Wheelchair accessible. +
An innovative screen print shop that provides job opportunities for the homeless. Generally employs people who are very low-income, formerly homeless, or have recently completed a substance abuse recovery program. 2010 HAP Manual Text The 2010 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2010 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2010 HAP Manual”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information. Ashbury Images - G 1661 Tennessee St Unit 3G, 94107 415-885-2742 www.ashburyimages.org 415-885-2722 (FAX) M-F: 8-5 An innovative screen print shop that provides job opportunities for homeless individuals. Generally employs people who are very low-income, formerly homeless, or have recently completed a substance abuse recovery program. +
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center (API Wellness Center) is the oldest non-profit HIV/AIDS services organization in North America targeting Asian & Pacific Islander (API) communities. To meet the needs of clients who are often immigrants or refugees, API Wellness Center's staff speak many Asian languages including: Cantonese, Hawaiian, Hindi, Ilokano, Japanese, Malay, Mandarin, Tagalog, Vietnamese and Visayan. API Wellness Center's HIV Care Services provides free and confidential HIV treatment case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, on-site primary medical and psychiatric care, client and treatment advocacy, and group and individual support to APIs living with HIV/AIDS. API’s HIV/STD Prevention Services reaches youth (straight, queer and questioning) , gay and bisexual men, transgender persons through community organizing and outreach, workshops and support groups, peer counseling, and prevention case management. The Community Development & External Affairs (CDEA) builds HIV prevention capacity in API organizations and communities throughout the United States and its Pacific Territories; conducts community-based research; and trains non-medical service providers in HIV treatment throughout California. +
AARS.Inc is a "non-profit community-based organization. The mission of AARS is to decrease the incidence and impact of substance abuse in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities of the greater San Francisco Bay Area counties" AARS was established in 1985 by the Asian American Substance Abuse Task Force to offer culturally relevant resources to combat drug abuse in Asian American communities. +
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- American Diabetes Association +
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