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Catholic Charities - Howard Street
Address 990 Eddy St., San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone 415-972-1200
Email
Website
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Language(s) Spanish,
Summary See article

990 Eddy Street

415-972-13

415-972-1200 (Catholic Charities Main Receptions Line)

415-972-1339 (FAX)

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Catholic Charities CYO - B 180 Howard Street, Suite 100, 94105 Voice 415.972.1200 Fax 415.972.1201 http://www.community.ccyo.org Founded in 1907 and rooted in faith traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities CYO supports families, aging and disabled adults, and youth through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development.

Catholic Charities CYO operates several programs in the SF and surrounding areas. Please call or visit website for details regarding specific programs. Some but not all of the programs may appear in various sections of this manual.

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Catholic Charities CYO - M 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 (Administrative Offices) 415-972-1200

Catholic Charities CYO offers a variety of housing opportunities such as:

Assisted Housing and Health Program 415-972-1333

Assisted Housing & Health Programs supports and stabilizes men and women living in the City and County of San Francisco who have HIV/AIDS. Clients are provided with access for housing combined with supportive case management.

Derek Silva Community 415-575-3830

Derek Silva Community is a low-cost, long-term housing facility with support services for people living with disabling HIV/AIDS. The program provides the security of permanent subsidized housing to its residents, allowing them to focus on their medical treatments - including any relevant mental health and/or substance abuse issues - without the threat of homelessness. The program assists all residents to live with dignity and to maintain a maximum level of self-sufficiency.

Leland House 415-405-2056

Leland House is a comprehensive medical residence for individuals living with disabling HIV/AIDS. Its opening in 1997 marked the first time in the continuum of care system that hospitals had a program to which they could discharge those in frail and ailing health. The program was established to provide permanent placement and comprehensive on-site residential care to low-income homeless San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS – most of whom struggle with major psychiatric disorders and substance use challenges.

Peter Claver Community 415-749-3807

Peter Claver Community is a comprehensive medical residence for chronically homeless individuals living with disabling HIV/AIDS. Opened in 1985, the program marked one of the earliest attempts by any organization to aggressively serve those sick and dying from HIV/AIDS. Peter Claver Community provides permanent placement and comprehensive care to San Francisco residents who have disabling HIV/AIDS, are very low income, homeless and/or struggle with major psychiatric disorders or substance abuse challenges. To minimize the utilization of hospital emergency rooms, crisis services and other publicly funded health systems, the staff is able to address most problems on-site. Registered nurses and case managers assist residents in increasing adherence to complex medical regimes, avert acute emergencies and facilitate the care coordination among multiple health providers.

Treasure Island Supportive Housing 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. Treasure Island Supportive Housing offers supportive services in conjunction with housing including case management, substance abuse counseling and employment training. Clients may also receive referrals to outside agencies. Treasure Island Supportive Housing also collaborates with other organizations to provide community activities for children and families.

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Catholic Charities’ Assisted Housing & Health Programs - J 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 415-972-1333 415-972-1200 (Catholic Charities Main Reception Line) 415-972-1339 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (Call for an appointment). New Clients are seen on drop-in basis between 2 p.m.–4 p.m.

The programs promote stability in the lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS by providing rental and housing assistance, and financial assistance for medical expenses and housing needs.

Second Start Program This program is for people who are or have been diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS, are interested in going back to work or school, and are paying more than 50% of their income toward rent each month. Qualified individuals may be eligible for a monthly rental subsidy for up to 18 months. Documentation is required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income, letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor, proof of rent, proof of employment, job training/school enrollment. There is a waiting list.

CARE Partial Rent Subsidy Program This program is for those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been residents of the city and county of San Francisco for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. Qualified individuals may receive a small monthly subsidy to offset rental expenses. Priority is given to those receiving General Assistance. Documentation is required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $900), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), proof of San Francisco residency. You must call monthly to maintain name on waiting list.

HOPWA Rental Subsidy Program This program is for those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been on the Housing Waitlist (CHIPS) for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. In collaboration with the SF Housing Authority, HOPWA provides a monthly rental subsidy for SF residents who are diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS and have a very low income. Recipients of this subsidy pay 30% of their income toward rent, and the SF Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent to the property owner. Documentation is required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (dated within the last 60 days), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (dated within the last 90 days), proof of San Francisco residency (or intent to reside), birth certificate, bank statements (if applicable). This program only takes referrals form the Housing Wait List (CHIPS). For more information regarding the Housing Wait List call the AIDS Housing Wait List at 415-487-8040.

St. Joseph’s Health Fund (SJHF) SJHF offers assistance to individuals with disabling HIV or AIDS to pay for certain medical expenses. The fund is limited to $500/year and covers only certain obvious medical expenses or other expenses that are deemed necessary by client’s physician. Eligible expenses include: prescription medication, insurance premiums, co-payments, eye exams, eyeglasses/contacts (up to $250), and dental care. Check with SJHF staff for information about alternative therapies qualifications. Checks are sent directly to providers. Documentation is required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1,000), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year) proof of San Francisco residency, proof of medical insurance (Medicare, MediCal, or private), if applicable. There is a wait list, and you must call monthly to maintain a place on it.

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.

Catholic Charities’ Assisted Housing and Health Services - K 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 415-972-1333 415-972-1200 (Catholic Charities Main Reception Line) 415-972-1201 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Call for an appointment. New Clients are seen on a drop-in basis between 2 p.m.–4 p.m.

Catholic Charities promotes stability in the lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS by providing rental and housing assistance, and financial assistance for medical expenses and housing needs.

Second Start Program The Second Start Program is available to people who are or have been diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS, are interested in going back to work or school, and are paying more than 50% of their income toward rent each month. Qualified individuals may be eligible for a monthly rental subsidy for up to 18 months. The required documentation is a CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income, a letter of diagnosis from a San Francisco doctor, proof of rent, proof of employment, and job training/school enrollment. There is a waiting list.

CARE Partial Rent Subsidy Program CARE is for those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been residents of the city & county of San Francisco for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. Qualified individuals may receive a small monthly subsidy to offset rental expenses. Priority is given to those receiving General Assistance. The required documentation is a CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $900), a letter of diagnosis from a San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), and proof of San Francisco residency. Potential clients must call monthly to remain on waiting list.

HOPWA Rental Subsidy Program HOPWA is for those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been on the Housing Waitlist (CHIPS) for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. In collaboration with the SF Housing Authority, HOPWA provides a monthly rental subsidy for San Francisco residents who are diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS and have a very low income. Recipients of this subsidy pay 30% of their income toward rent and the San Francisco Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent to the property owner. The documentation required is a CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (dated within the last 60 days), a letter of diagnosis from a San Francisco doctor (dated within the last 90 days), proof of San Francisco residency (or intent to reside), a birth certificate, and bank statements (if applicable). This program only takes referrals from the Housing Wait List (CHIPS). For more information regarding the Housing Wait List, call the AIDS Housing Wait List at 415-487-8040.

St. Joseph’s Health Fund (SJHF) SJHF offers assistance to individuals with disabling HIV or AIDS to pay for certain medical expenses. The fund is limited to $500/year and only covers certain obvious medical expenses or other expenses that are deemed necessary by the client’s physician. Eligible expenses include: prescription medication, insurance premiums, copayments, eye exams, eyeglasses/contacts (up to $250), and dental care. Check with SJHF staff for information about qualifications for alternative therapies. Checks are sent directly to providers. The documentation required is a CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1,000), a letter of diagnosis from a San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year) proof of San Francisco residency, and proof of medical insurance (Medicare, MediCal, or private), if applicable. Potential clients must call monthly to maintain a place on the list.

Assisted Housing & Health ProgramsEdit

Suite 100

M-F: 9am-5pm. Call for an appointment. New Clients seen on drop in basis between 2-4pm

Promotes stability in the lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS by providing rental and housing assistance, and financial assistance for medical expenses and housing needs.

Second Start Program For people who are or have been diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS, are interested in going back to work or school, and are paying more than 50% of their income toward rent each month. Qualified individuals may be eligible for a monthly rental subsidy for up to 18 months. Documentation required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income, letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor, proof of rent, proof of employment, job training/school enrollment. Waiting List.

CARE Partial Rent Subsidy Program For those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been residents of the city & county of San Francisco for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. Qualified individuals may receive a small monthly subsidy to offset rental expenses. Priority given to those receiving General Assistance. Documentation required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1,150), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), proof of San Francisco residency. Must call monthly to maintain name on Waiting List.

HOPWA Rental Subsidy Program For those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been on the Housing Waitlist (CHIPS) for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. In collaboration with the SF Housing Authority, provides a monthly rental subsidy for SF residents who are diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS and have a very low income. Recipients of this subsidy pay 30% of their income toward rent and the SF Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent to the property owner. Documentation required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (dated within the last 60 days), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (dated within the last 90 days), proof of San Francisco residency (or intent to reside), birth certificate, bank statements (if applicable). This program only takes referrals form the Housing Wait List (CHIPS). For more information regarding the Housing Wait List call the AIDS Housing Wait List at 415-487-8040.

St. Joseph's Health Fund (SJHF) Offers assistance to individuals with disabling HIV or AIDS to pay for certain medical expenses. Fund is limited to $500/year and only covers certain obvious medical expenses or other expenses that are deemed necessary by client's physician. Eligible expenses include: prescription medication, insurance premiums, co-payments, eye exams, eyeglasses/contacts (up to $250), and dental care. Check with SJHF staff for information about alternative therapies qualifications. Checks are sent directly to providers. Documentation required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1,000), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year) proof of San Francisco residency, proof of medical insurance (Medicare, MediCal, or private), if applicable. Wait List, must call monthly to maintain place on list.

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.

Catholic Charities Assisted Housing & Health Programs - F 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 415-972-1333 415-972-1200 (Catholic Charities Main Receptions Line) 415-972-1339 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Call for an appointment. New clients are seen on a drop-in basis between 2 p.m.–4 p.m.

Promotes stability in the lives of persons living with HIV/AIDS by providing rental and housing assistance, and financial assistance for medical expenses and housing needs.

Second Start Program This program is for people who are or have been diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS, are interested in going back to work or school, and are paying more than 50% of their income toward rent each month. Qualified individuals may be eligible for a monthly rental subsidy for up to 18 months. Documentation required: CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income, letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor, proof of rent, proof of employment, job training/school enrollment. There is a Waiting List.

Partial Rent Subsidy Program This program is for those clients with HIV, disabling HIV or AIDS who have been residents of the city and county of San Francisco for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. Qualified individuals may receive a small monthly subsidy to offset rental expenses. Priority is given to those receiving General Assistance. Documentation required: CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $900), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), proof of San Francisco residency. Recipients must call monthly to maintain name on Waiting List.

HOPWA Rental Subsidy Program The program provides for those with disabling HIV/AIDS who have been on the Housing Wait List (CHIPS) for at least one year and do not currently live in subsidized housing. In collaboration with the SF Housing Authority, a monthly rental subsidy is provided for SF residents who are diagnosed with disabling HIV or AIDS and who have a very low income. Recipients of this subsidy pay 30% of their income toward rent, and the SF Housing Authority pays the balance of the rent to the property owner. Documentation is required: CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (dated within the last 60 days), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (dated within the last 90 days), proof of San Francisco residency (or intent to reside), birth certificate, and bank statements (if applicable). This program only takes referrals form the Housing Wait List (CHIPS). For more information regarding the Housing Wait List call the AIDS Housing Wait List at 415-487-8040.

St. Joseph’s Health Fund (SJHF) SJHF offers assistance to individuals with disabling HIV or AIDS to pay for certain medical expenses. The fund is limited to $500/year and only covers certain obvious medical expenses or other expenses that are deemed necessary by client’s physician. Eligible expenses include: prescription medication, insurance premiums, co-payments, eye exams, eyeglasses/contacts (up to $250), and dental care. Check with SJHF staff for information about alternative therapies qualifications. Checks are sent directly to providers. Documentation required: CA State ID, proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1,000), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), proof of San Francisco residency, proof of medical insurance (Medicare, MediCal, or private), if applicable. Clients must call monthly to maintain place on Wait List.

Employment Assistance ProgramEdit

180 Howard St., Suite 300, 94105

415-972-1300

415-972-1350 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm

Program features several different types of employment services to serve the needs of refugees, immigrants and others receiving public assistance to become motivated and use their own resources to find employment and achieve self-sufficiency. Programs include:

Refugee Employment Assistance Program (REAP) Train and seek job placement for refugees. Provides vocational ESL, job readiness/life skills training, job placement, job retention, individual referral to training, and on-the-job training.

CalWORKS Expanded REAP services to immigrants and refugee families receiving public benefits.

Personal Assisted Employment Services (PAES) CalWORKS component serving the populations of single adults receiving General Assistance (GA).

Individual Referral (IR) Offers referrals to training in a vocation or field. Participants have been enrolled in coursework at Golden Gate University and Oxman College as well as selected technical/vocational training colleges.

Child Care Vocational Training Program (CCVTP) For welfare-to-work participants, to allow them to pursue careers in the child care field. Program offered in collaboration with City College of San Francisco's Child Care Training Curricula. Students will take courses at City College, and CCTVP will provide them with the necessary life skills and support, including mentoring, homework assistance, ESL and career counseling. Job placement services provided upon completion of training.

Post Employment Services: Career Advancement - Workplace VESL Seeks to engage participants in the pursuit of rewarding careers. Offers on-the-jobsite Vocational ESL training to those who need such services to advance to higher paying positions within the same employment, or to move on to more rewarding careers. Offers post-employment career counseling.

ESL and Employment ServicesEdit

180 Howard Street, Ste. 300, San Francisco, CA 94105

415-972-1300

M-F: 9am - 5pm. Call to sign up and for availability for classes

Provides ESL/EL civics education classes and Citizenship and civic participation classes. ESL classes are for those who are receiving CalWorks. Employment services include: job readiness, development, placement, retention, career advancement, resume writing, and translation and interpretation services.

Homelessness Prevention ProgramEdit

180 Howard St., Suite 300

415-972-1300

415-972-1350 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm. Call for an appointment.

Offers comprehensive support services to families and individuals to prevent homelessness. Services include short-term case management, rental assistance, child care, advocacy, and information and referral. The Center provides some singles eviction prevention and the Shelter Plus Care subsidy program.

Eligibility requirements: must be San Francisco County resident, with source of income, have minor child/ren in custody; be homeless or at risk of homelessness. Apply by phone (please call for current intake procedures). Walk-ins not accepted. No waiting list, no co-payment, no insurance. English, Spanish, Tagalog. Wheelchair accessible.

Refugee and Immigration Services (RIS)Edit

180 Howard St., Suite 300, 94105

415-972-1300

415-972-1350 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm. By appointment only

Provides resettlement of refugees. Service includes an assessment of individual needs, family reunification, referrals for immigration problems, employment counseling and case management and follow-up on progress toward cultural and economic assimilation. Also provides citizenship services and immigration services including visa petitions, asylum applications, adjustment of status, family petitions and legal status for victims of human trafficking and crime - "T" and "U" visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petitions, and other assistance on immigration forms. Spanish, Tagalog, Laotian, Chinese, Russian and Vietnamese.

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.

Catholic Charities – Refugee and Immigration Services (RIS) - O 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 415-972-1313 (Citizenship and Immigration Assistance) 415-972-1307 (ESL and Employment Services) 415-972-1350 (Fax) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.. By appointment only. Drop-In: M: 1:30 p.m.

RIS provides resettlement of refugees. Services include an assessment of individual needs, family reunification, referrals for immigration problems, employment counseling and case management, and follow-up on progress toward cultural and economic assimilation. RIS also provides citizenship services and immigration services, including visa petitions, asylum applications, adjustment of status, family petitions, and legal status for victims of human trafficking and crime, “T” and “U” visas, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) self-petitions, and other assistance on immigration forms. Languages: Spanish, Tagalog, Laotian, Chinese, Russian, and Vietnamese. Sliding scale.

Rental Assistance ProgramEdit

180 Howard Suite 300

415-972-1300 (Receptionist)

415-972-1301 (Rental assistance)

415-972-1375 (Call Thurs @ 1pm for rental assistance intake)

M-F: 9am-5pm. Call for an appointment.

To receive an appointment for rental assistance call on Thurs. @ 1pm.

Rental Assistance Program Offers comprehensive support services to families and individuals to prevent homelessness. Services include short-term case management, rental assistance, child care, advocacy, and information and referral. The Center provides some singles eviction prevention and the Shelter Plus Care subsidy program.

Eligibility requirements: must be San Francisco County resident, with source of income, have minor child/ren in custody; be homeless or at risk of homelessness. Apply by phone (please call for current intake procedures). Walk-ins not accepted. No waiting list, no co-payment, no insurance. English, Spanish, Tagalog. Wheelchair accessible.

Emergency Health Fund - HIV Direct Services Offers assistance to individuals with disabling HIV or AIDS to pay for certain medical expenses. Fund is limited to $500/year and only covers certain obvious medical expenses or other expenses that are deemed necessary by client's physician. Priority is given to people who meet the criteria and show the greatest financial need. Eligible expenses include: prescription medication, insurance premiums, co-payments, eye exams, eyeglasses/contacts (up to $150), and dental care (up to $250). Check with EHF staff for information about alternative therapies qualifications. Checks are sent directly to providers.

Documentation required: CA State I.D., proof of gross monthly income (not to exceed $1000), letter of diagnosis from San Francisco doctor (for disabling HIV, the letter must be dated within the last year), proof of rent, proof of San Francisco residency, proof of medical insurance (Medicare, MediCal, or private), if applicable. Wait List, must call monthly to maintain place on list.

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.

Catholic Charities Rental Assistance Program - F 180 Howard, Suite 100 415-972-1300 (Receptionist) 415-972-1301 (Rental assistance) 415-972-1375 (Call Thurs at 1 p.m. for rental assistance intake) M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Call for an appointment. To receive an appointment for rental assistance call on Thurs. at 1 p.m.

Offers comprehensive support services to families and individuals to prevent homelessness. Services include short-term case management, rental assistance, child care, advocacy, and information and referral. The Center provides some singles eviction prevention and the Shelter Plus Care subsidy program. Eligibility requirements: must be San Francisco County resident, with source of income, have minor child/ren in custody; be homeless or at risk of homelessness. Apply by phone (please call for current intake procedures). Walk-ins not accepted. No waiting list, no co-payment, no insurance. English, Spanish, Tagalog are spoken. Wheelchair-accessible.

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