Housing

Housing

 

Rapid ReHousing offers homeless families a short‐term rental subsidy that is utilized in the private housing market and provides them with support services during the time of the subsidy. If you have a child in the San Francisco Unified School District and you are facing homelessness you can talk to your school social worker and call the Hamilton Family Center hotline.  Families may also request assistance at:

  • Hamilton Family Center ‐ First Avenues
    255 Hyde Street
    San Francisco, CA 94102
    (415) 614‐9060
  • Compass Family Services
    415‐644‐0504 (daytime)
    1‐800‐273‐6222 (after hours)

Family Supportive Housing provides high needs homeless families with children with long‐term affordable housing and supportive services. Families in supportive housing are tenants and are no longer homeless. Supportive housing is not time limited and families may stay in the housing as long as they need or want. 

Adult Supportive Housing provides high needs homeless adults without children with long‐term affordable housing and supportive services. Support services vary based on the need of the tenant and the funding for the specific program. People in supportive housing are tenants and are no longer homeless. Supportive housing is not time limited and tenants may stay in the housing as long as they need or want.  Homeless Adults without children seeking permanent supportive housing can be referred to the San Francisco Continuum of Care Coordinated Assessment Pilot here.

Direct Access to Housing is a permanent supportive housing program targeting low-income San Francisco residents who are homeless and have special needs. DAH strives to help tenants stabilize and improve their health outcomes despite co-occurring mental health issues, alcohol, and substance abuse problems, and/or complex medical conditions. Unique in its on-site provision of wrap-around support services, DAH currently houses over 1,700 formerly homeless people across 36 sites.

Affordable and Low-Income Housing Opportunities 
– Curry Senior Services and Episcopal Community Services issues a monthly list of affordable and low-income housing opportunities. Click here to access the monthly list.