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Below are 42 shelters for homeless in San Francisco, CA County.

Huckleberry Youth Programs - Huckleberry House (for Ages 11 To 18)
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 621-2929

Huckleberry Youth Programs is a major community-based youth agency, providing a full spectrum of services to homeless, runaway, and other at-risk youth in San Francisco and Marin counties.

Larkin Street Youth Services - Drop-in Center (for Ages 24 And Under)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
415673091125

Larkin Street Youth Services provides homeless, runaway and at-risk kids between the ages of 12 and 24 with the help they need to rebuild their lives. Each year, more than 3,600 kids walk through our doors seeking help. We give them the care, nurturing, and support they need to resolve the immediate crises in their lives and take steps toward a brighter future beyond the streets.

Walden House - Multi Service Center, Mission Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775

The mission of Haight Ashbury Free Clinics is to increase access to healthcare for all and improve the health and well being of our clients. The Clinics provide free, high quality, comprehensive health care that is culturally sensitive, non-judgmental and accessible to all.The mission of Walden House is to give hope and change lives for people affected by substance abuse and mental health conditions. We do this by offering behavioral health services and tools for living to youth, adults, and families throughout California. These services aim to relieve the burden of societal problems by promoting wellness, healthy relationships, productive living, and community involvement.

The United Council Of Human Services - Bayview Hunters Multiservice Center
San Francisco, CA - 94124
(415) 671-1100

St. Vincent De Paul Society - Ozanam's Drop-in Center
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 977-1270

The mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco (SVDP-SF) is to serve anyone in need through direct person-to-person service and professional social service programs. We address homelessness, addiction, and domestic violence, helping our clients become self-sufficient, reducing the harm they cause to themselves and others, and consistently treating all of our clients with dignity and respect

Clara House
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 863-0681

Compass Clara House provides an intensive, yet supportive, environment where great things can happen.  With a focus on education, the two-year live-in program helps each family to build a lasting foundation for success.

Central City Hospitality House - Shelter Program (for Men)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 749-2103

As one of its first efforts towards addressing homelessness in San Francisco, Hospitality House opened the City's first overnight shelter in 1971. More than 35 years later, the Shelter continues to thrive, offering 25 ninety-day, case-managed beds and five emergency spaces to 150 adult men each year. The Hospitality House Shelter is the smallest shelter for men in San Francisco, allowing for personal, respectful, and high-quality services. Residents represent a highly diverse population, comprised of veterans, immigrants and refugees, former mental hospital patients, seniors, and ex-offenders. By honing in on each resident's own barriers to housing, employment, and over-all self-reliance, the Shelter maintains Hospitality House's overarching mission to deliver services with a resident's ultimate independence in mind.

Black Coalition On Aids - Rafiki Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94107
(415) 615-9945

BCA's Rafiki Housing Program began in 1991 when our first transitional housing program in Bayview Hunters Point was opened. Brandy Moore House is the crown jewel of Rafiki Housing and is named in memory of co-founder William “Brandy” Moore, a staunch advocate for fair housing and HIV/AIDS prevention for San Francisco’s Black community. This 11-bed transitional house provides a comforting, supportive and empowering program model to residents dealing with HIV/AIDS, homelessness, substance abuse, and/or mental health concerns.

Northern California Service League - Cameo Transitional Housing Program (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 703-0600

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St. Vincent De Paul Society - Riley Center (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94104
(415) 552-2943

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco's Riley Center offers safe and confidential services for survivors of domestic violence, along with their children, from the point of crisis to a woman's achievement of self-sufficiency.

Salvation Army - Harbor House Transitional Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 503-3029

Harbor House Transitional Housing is a state licensed chemical dependency program for single parent (mothers or fathers) homeless families seeking self-sufficiency. Harbor House provides an integrated environment that encourages confidence and independence through recovery, workforce development, education / skills enhancement, self sufficiency, and individual and family counseling. Harbor House staff is committed to sustaining families. Staff facilitates change within the families through a professional therapeutic process.  Harbor House also offers employment guidance, job preparation, parenting class referrals, reunification court advocacy, and criminal justice court advocacy. Through partnerships, Harbor House is able to bridge the housing gap between primary chemical dependency programs, economic uncertainty, and single parent families in need; veterans, men, and women qualify for our services. Harbor House has a veterans program, again, with the same criteria as listed above, and is working with newly returned men and women, with children, who have served our country.

Jewish Family & Childrens Center - Dream House (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 449-1200

Strengthening individuals. Strengthening families. Strengthening community. That's what Jewish Family and Children's Services is all about.

Baker Places - Baker Street House
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 567-1498

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Baker Places - Robertson Place
San Francisco, CA - 94122
(415) 664-4876

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Baker Places - Ferguson Place
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 922-9104

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Raphael House
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 474-4621

Raphael House, the first shelter for children and families experiencing homelessness in Northern California, provides an environment of loving support where families are able to move toward brighter and more hopeful futures.The mission of Raphael House is to help at-risk families achieve stable housing and financial independence while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.

Hamilton Family Center - Hamilton Family Transitional Housing Program
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 409-2100

Hamilton Family Transitional Housing Program – in collaboration with the San Francisco Dependency Drug Court, Behavioral Health Court, and the Child Welfare Program – offers 20 high-needs families interim housing with comprehensive support services for up to 18 months. The Transitional Housing Program provides families the time they need to identify and begin to address the multiple barriers and factors that contribute to their chronic homelessness, and helps families improve budgeting, parenting, and other life skills while preparing for economic and housing stability.

Progress Foundation - Progress House
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 668-8652

Progress Foundation - La Amistad
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 285-8100

Progress Foundation - Carroll House (for Seniors Age 60 And Older)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 821-1610

The Riley Center - Brennan House (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 255-2894

Brennan House is a 31 bed transitional housing program where formerly battered women and their children may stay up to 18 months. Both Brennan House and Rosalie House occupy a restored three-story Victorian building with a beautiful back yard and children’s center, confidentially located in San Francisco.

Dolores Street Community Services - Richard M. Cohen Residence (for People With Hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 558-0503

The Richard M. Cohen Residence opened in 1995 as a residential care facility for homeless men and women living with disabling HIV or AIDS. The residence is named for Richard Cohen, a San Franciscan who died of AIDS in 1991 and whose estate provided a significant portion of the funds needed to renovate and open the residence

Cats - Golden Gate For Seniors (for Ages 55 And Older)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 241-1199

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Walden House - Adult Residential, Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 226-1775

Haight Ashbury Free Clinics – Walden House has provided outpatient programs for behavioral disorders since 1985. Using a comprehensive case management model, the program meets the varied needs of participants using low, moderate, and high threshold treatment tracks. Participants and their case managers work together to design an individualized treatment experience that is tailored to serve the participant’s own needs and goals.

Walden House - Adult Residential, Buena Vista West
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 554-1450

Marking the one year anniversary of the merger of two of California’s most revered social service nonprofits, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics – Walden House has adopted a new moniker: HealthRIGHT 360. The new corporate brand reflects the organization’s combined strengths and resources while illustratively conveying the future vision of the organization.

Walden House - Treasure Island Supportive Services
San Francisco, CA - 94130
(415) 226-1775

HAFC-WH offers residential treatment and re-entry programming for adult female parolees at the Female Offender Treatment and Education Program on Treasure Island. The program provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in the addictive and criminal histories of female offenders. This specialized treatment approach works with each woman holistically to address her health, emotional, educational, vocational, family and legal concerns alongside her substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues. Women who participate in FOTEP are able to reunite with their children, including in-program residency with some children, which creates valuable opportunities for parenting education, family activities and therapy, and healthy bonding and growth within families.

Walden House - Transitional Living, Hugo Street
San Francisco, CA - 94122
(415) 226-1775

Walden House - Transitional Living, 14th Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775

Walden House - Fotep, Treasure Island (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775

HAFC-WH offers residential treatment and re-entry programming for adult female parolees at the Female Offender Treatment and Education Program on Treasure Island. The program provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in the addictive and criminal histories of female offenders. This specialized treatment approach works with each woman holistically to address her health, emotional, educational, vocational, family and legal concerns alongside her substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues. Women who participate in FOTEP are able to reunite with their children, including in-program residency with some children, which creates valuable opportunities for parenting education, family activities and therapy, and healthy bonding and growth within families

Cityteam Ministries Of San Francisco - Transitional Housing (for Men)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-8688

In San Francisco, Cityteam International is providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to this city's homeless population.

Mount St. Joseph - St. Elizabeth - Epiphany House (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94118
(415) 567-8370

Epiphany Center serves the most vulnerable children and families in San Francisco with holistic care. Our clients have a history of substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness, chaotic parenting, and severe physical and mental trauma. Our program strives to improve the parent-child relationship, reduce parental stress, and improve developmental outcomes for children so that they become healthy, productive individuals who make positive contributions to their communities

St. Anthony Foundation - Marian Residence (for Women)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 241-2600

The Dining Room has served poor and homeless Tenderloin residents since 1950; through six decades of growing demand we have never turned a Dining Room guest away for lack of food. More than one-third of our guests rely on these meals as their only source of food each day; many must decide between paying their rent and purchasing medicine before budgeting for food.

The Ark Of Refuge - Ark House
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-6130

The mission of the Ark of Refuge is to challenge and overcome the individual and institutional barriers which discourage or prevent underserved populations from accessing vital services. This agency is dedicated to creating culturally sensitive programs which address holistically the complex life circumstances of persons in need of basic health, educational, and psychosocial services.

Larkin Street Youth Services - Avenues To Independence (ati) (for Ages 18 To 24)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 673-0911

Turning eighteen does not make every young person magically ready to plunge into adulthood. Even a young adult who has had the benefit of a safe home and caring family needs additional guidance about forging a path to self-sufficiency. Imagine how much more support a kid who has had to just survive on the streets—must need.

Larkin Street Youth Services - Larkin Opportunities For Transition (loft - Licensed Group Home) (for Ages 15 To 18)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 673-0911

Not every homeless youth who comes to Larkin Street Youth Services has the option of going back home. If reuniting with family is possible for underage youth, Larkin Street works diligently to facilitate this. But when it’s not, kids up to 18 years of age or kids emancipating from the foster care system can make their home at Larkin Opportunities for Transition (The LOFT).

Dolores Street Community Services - Richard M. Cohen Residence (for People With Hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 415-6209

The Richard M. Cohen Residence opened in 1995 as a residential care facility for homeless men and women living with disabling HIV or AIDS. The residence is named for Richard Cohen, a San Franciscan who died of AIDS in 1991 and whose estate provided a significant portion of the funds needed to renovate and open the residence

Walden House - Coleridge
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 554-1100

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Concard House
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 864-7833

Our mission at Conard House is to create and maintain the transformative resources that people who live with chronic mental illness—and frequently concurrent medical conditions—need to self-manage their lives effectively.

St. Anthony Foundation - Madonna Residence (for Female Seniors 60+)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 592-2864

In the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, The mission of St. Anthony Foundation is to feed, heal, shelter, clothe, lift the spirits of those in need, and create a society in which all persons flourish. We are committed to providing the poor of San Francisco with basic needs and services as a gateway to reclaiming their sense of dignity and to progressing towards stability. The mission of St. Anthony Foundation is guided by these values:

The Ark Of Refuge - Walker House (hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-6130

The mission of the Ark of Refuge is to challenge and overcome the individual and institutional barriers which discourage or prevent underserved populations from accessing vital services. This agency is dedicated to creating culturally sensitive programs which address holistically the complex life circumstances of persons in need of basic health, educational, and psychosocial services.

Catholic Charities - Treasure Island Supportive Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94107
(415) 743-0017

The Treasure Island Supportive Housing program promotes the self-sufficiency and independence of formerly homeless families. Clients are supported through an array of services that are designed to assist families with the challenges of accessing and retaining safe, secure and permanent housing and to achieve residential, economic and personal stability. Permanent, subsidized supportive housing is provided to formerly homeless and low-income families where the head of household may have one or more special needs which may include mental health challenges, disabling HIV/AIDS or history of substance abuse.

Hamilton Family Center - Dudley Apartments
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-8640

The Dudley Apartments is a 75-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing development where Hamilton Family Center offers intensive case management services for single adults, seniors, families, and children managing disabilities who have experienced homelessness. The Dudley Apartments is a prime example of how Hamilton Family Center uses the Housing First model to permanently house formerly homeless families and single adults while simultaneously offering supportive services, including eviction prevention, to break the cycle of homelessness.

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