San Francisco Homeless Resource
St. Anthony Foundation - 55 Jones Street
Address 150 Golden Gate Avenue (at Jones St.) 3rd Floor
Phone 415-592-2766 , 415-440-7773 (FAX)
Hours Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm,Weds. 8am-12pm; Orientations held 9am Wednesdays and Fridays
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150 Golden Gate Avenue (at Jones St.) 3rd Floor

415-592-2766 (office line)

415-440-7773 (FAX)

Mon.-Fri. 8am-4pm,Weds. 8am-12pm; Orientations held 9am Wednesdays and Fridays

Learning Center/Employment Program[]

Provides employment related support including a job search and retention class (resume and interviewing skills); computer, GED, basic literacy, and life skills classes; support groups; and use of a computer lab, the Internet, and e-mail services.

Casual Labor Program[]

Offers assistance to employers in the community and helps clients build employment skills and earn money through day labor.

A+ Computer Internship Program[]

An intensive, hands-on program offering training in desktop computer repair, maintenance and networking. Students work toward obtaining A+ Certification, the industry standard for computer technicians. In addition to the 20 hours of weekly, in-house instruction interns are expected to complete an additional 10-20 hours of independent study. Interns are also assisted with job search, and life skills are an integral aspect of the program. Individuals, businesses and other organizations donate computers. During their course of study, interns repair these computers, which are then redistributed to local schools and non-profits.

Alcohol and Drug Recovery Services[]

55 Jones St. (at Golden Gate Ave.)

415-241-8338 (Intake)

M-Th: 8:30am-11:30am (Phone or walk in for intake)

Offers a 2 stage, 12-step residential drug and alcohol recovery program for men located on a 315-acre farm in Sonoma County. The Program includes individual counseling, education groups, structured recreation opportunities, on site and off site AA/NA groups and structured work followed by a clean and sober living halfway house and program to assist with transition back into community life. Must be able to fully participate in the work component of the program and be alcohol and drug free for 72 hours.