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Brennan House - Riley Center of St. Vincent de Paul Society
Address 3543 - 18th St. Ste.4, 94110
Phone 415-552-2943
Email
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Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
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3543 - 18th St. Ste.4, 94110

415-552-2943 (Riley Center Community Office)

415-255-0165 (24 hour crisis line)

415-552-0337 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm (Office)

24 hours daily (Crisis line)

A transitional housing facility for women or women and their children who have left a battering situation. Women must have been in any type of shelter for at least 4 weeks, demonstrating an ability and willingness to participate in group living. Individuals and families may stay in transitional housing from 3 months to one year. Also offers employment counseling, support groups, individual peer counseling, income advocacy, legal advocacy, parenting education/support groups, children's counseling, permanent housing searches and follow-up support.

This comprehensive program addresses both the physical and emotional needs of domestic violence survivors or survivors and their children. A total of 30 beds are available. The location of the facility is confidential.


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Brennan House - Riley Center of St. Vincent de Paul Society - D

3543 - 18th St. Box 4, 94110 (Mailing address- Location of facility is confidential.)

415-552-2943 (Riley Center Community Office)

415-255-0165 (24 hour crisis line)

415-552-0337 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm (Office)

24 hours daily (Crisis line)


A transitional housing facility for women or women and their children who have left a battering situation. Women must have been in any type of shelter for at least 4 weeks, demonstrating an ability and willingness to participate in group living. Individuals and families may stay in transitional housing from 3 months to one year. Also offers employment counseling, support groups, individual peer counseling, income advocacy, legal advocacy, parenting education/support groups, children's counseling, permanent housing searches and follow-up support.


This comprehensive program addresses both the physical and emotional needs of domestic violence survivors or survivors and their children. A total of 30 beds are available. The location of the facility is confidential.

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