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Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center - Housing Program
Address 515 Cortland Avenue

San Francisco, CA 94110

Phone 415-206-2140
Email
Website http://www.bhnc.org/
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 9am-5 pm
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515 Cortland Avenue, 94110

415-206-2140

415-648-0793 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5 pm

Provides and preserves stable and affordable homes for adults with low incomes and their children, many of whom are homeless and have special needs due to mental health issues, HIV/AIDS diagnosis, and substance abuse problems. To date, 13 rental developments have been built or rehabilitated providing a total of 229 apartments. These apartments currently provide stable and affordable homes for nearly 500 low-income adults and children.

BHNC had developed eight properties for individuals and families with special needs in various neighborhoods citywide. Vacancies for our special needs properties are filled either by referrals from the service providers with whom we collaborate or by referrals from the San Francisco Housing Authority depending on the specific development. The service providers with whom we work are Black Coalition on AIDS, Asian American Recovery Services, Positive MATCH-Rita Da Cascia Program, Lutheran Social Services, and Progress Foundation. Anyone interested in our special needs properties should contact the service providers listed above and the San Francisco Housing Authority.

BHNC's remaining developments that provide housing for individuals, families, and seniors are managed by Caritas Management Corporation. Please contact their office at 415-647-7191 for apartment availability.


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Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center - Housing Program - K

515 Cortland Avenue, 94110

415-206-2140

415-648-0793 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5 pm


Provides and preserves stable and affordable homes for adults with low incomes and their children, many of whom are homeless and have special needs due to mental health issues, HIV/AIDS diagnosis, and substance abuse problems. To date, 16 rental developments have been built or rehabilitated providing a total of 373 apartments. These apartments currently provide stable and affordable homes for nearly 635 low-income adults and children.


BHNC had developed eight properties for individuals and families with special needs in various neighborhoods citywide. Vacancies for our special needs properties are filled either by referrals from the service providers with whom we collaborate or by referrals from the San Francisco Housing Authority depending on the specific development. The service providers with whom we work are Black Coalition on AIDS, Asian American Recovery Services, Positive MATCH-Rita Da Cascia Program, Lutheran Social Services, and Progress Foundation. Anyone interested in our special needs properties should contact the service providers listed above and the San Francisco Housing Authority.


BHNC's remaining developments that provide housing for individuals, families, and seniors are managed by Caritas Management Corporation. Please contact their office at 415-647-7191 for apartment availability.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

The 2013-2014 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 2013-2014 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2013-2014 HAP Manual Updates”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.

Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center’s Housing Program - K 515 Cortland Ave., 94110 415-206-2140 415-648-0793 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. 4468 Mission St (Excelsior Community Center) 415-334-9919 Email: info@bhnc.org

BHNC provides and preserves stable and affordable homes for adults with low incomes and their children, many of whom are homeless and have special needs due to mental health issues, HIV/AIDS diagnosis, and substance abuse problems. To date, 16 rental developments have been built or rehabilitated providing a total of 373 apartments. These apartments currently provide stable and affordable homes for nearly 635 low-income adults and children. BHNC has developed eight properties for individuals and families with special needs in various neighborhoods citywide. Vacancies for our special needs properties are filled either by referrals from the service providers with whom we collaborate or by referrals from the San Francisco Housing Authority depending on the specific development. The service providers with whom we work are Black Coalition on AIDS, Asian American Recovery Services, Positive MATCH-Rita Da Cascia Program, Lutheran Social Services, and Progress Foundation. Anyone interested in our special needs properties should contact the service providers listed above and the San Francisco Housing Authority.

BHNC’s remaining developments that provide housing for individuals, families, and seniors are managed by Caritas Management Corporation. Please contact their office at 415-647-7191 for apartment availability.

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