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Canon Kip Senior Center
Address Canon Kip Senior Center-Episcopal Community Services - F

705 Natoma St., 94103

Phone 415-487-3786
Email
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Hours 8:30am-4:30pm, Sat & Sun: 11:30am-12:30pm (hot lunch)
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Canon Kip Senior Center-Episcopal Community Services - F

705 Natoma St., 94103

415-487-3786 (main line)

415-487-3780

415-487-3797 (District Wide Social Service Worker)

415-487-3795 (FAX)

M-F: 8:30am-4:30pm, Sat & Sun: 11:30am-12:30pm (hot lunch)



Clients must be a resident in San Francisco, aged 60 and above, or aged 18 and above with a disability. The need for Emergency Housing assistance as referred by Resource Centers for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities, a social worker, or a case manager.



The referring agencies are responsible for:

-Establishing that the applicant has no other options or means of securing funds including other sources.

-Completing application form and attaching any and all necessary papers.

-Following up if the client is still staying at there residence after assistance has been provided.

Applications may be filed for : Security deposit, back rent, moving expenses, emergency storage or other emergency housing expenses on a case-to-case basis. Payment of utilities (PG&E, telephone, TV and Cable, etc) will not be considered. There is a maximum grant-in-aid. The grant is provided to individuals once during a 12 month period.

2013-2014 HAP Manual UpdatesEdit

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Canon Kip Senior Center, Episcopal Community Services - F 705 Natoma St., 94103 415-487-3786 (main line) 415-487-3780 415-487-3797 (District Wide Social Service Worker) 415-487-3795 (Fax) M–F: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Sat & Sun: 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. (Hot Lunch)

Clients must be a resident in San Francisco, aged 60 and above, or aged 18 and above with a disability. Emergency Housing financial assistance is available with a referral by Resource Centers for Seniors and Adults with Disabilities, a social worker, or a case manager.

The referring agencies are responsible for:

  • Establishing that the applicant has no other options or means of securing funds including other sources.
  • Completing application form and attaching all necessary papers.
  • Follow-up if the client is still staying at their residence after assistance has been provided.

Applications may be filed for: Security deposit, back rent, moving expenses, emergency storage or other emergency housing expenses on a case-to-case basis. Payment of utilities (PG&E, telephone, TV, and Cable, etc.) will not be considered. There is a maximum grant-in-aid. The grant is provided to individuals once during a 12-month period.

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