191 Golden Gate Ave., San Franciso, CA 94102

T) 415-581-0891

F) 415-581-0898 or 415-581-0899 (Website)

Client Services: M-F: 9:30am - 4:30pm (closed for lunch: 12:30pm-1:30pm)

AIDS Financial Services (AFS)Edit

Money Management and Representative Payee services for low-income residents of San Francisco living with HIV/AIDS.

AFS’ Money Management and Representative Payee program focuses on one aspect of the intensive support services needed to meet the goal of a stable living environment – financial management. To accomplish this goal AFS: 1) provides the money management and representative payee services that ensure its clients’ rent will be paid both promptly and accurately, 2) establishes relationships with landlords who, because of a guaranteed rent payment, will open an impossibly small housing market to clients whose previous difficulty managing their money made obtaining and maintaining housing nearly impossible, and 3) provides support to clients to appropriately manage their funds remaining after their rent is paid.

Contact Don Soto at x105 for intake appointment or for more information.

Integrated Services Network (ISN)Edit

Representative payee and money management services for tenants of the buildings in the Human Services Agency's ISN program: Canon Kip, Rose, Cambridge, Hamlin, Jordan, Lyric, Altamont, South Park Residences, Apollo, San Cristina, Senator, Iroquois. Referral is by Case Manager only. HSA Homeless Certification and income verification required.

An applicant must be: Very low income,Either formerly homeless (HUD definition) and a resident of a building listed above or currently homeless (HUD definition),Over 18 years of age, and Have a case manager, either at the housing site or from an outside service provider, who will provide more extensive case management services.

Other SF homeless residents receiving case management may also be eligible for this service.

Contact Don Soto at x105 for more information.

Direct Access to Housing (DAH)Edit

Money management services for tenants of the buildings in the Department of Public Health's Direct Access to Housing (DAH) program: Pacific Bay Inn, Windsor, Le Nain, Broderick St., Star, Camelot, CCR, West, Empress, Folsom-Dore, Mission Creek, Parkview, Polk Senior Housing, Mosaica, Glide/149 Mason, Edith Witt, Armstrong Senior Housing, Coronet, Richardson Apartments, Casa Quezada, DCIP, Chronic Alcoholics scattered sites (Knox, Isabel, Bayanihan, William Penn, Eddy St., Arlington), and Prop. 63 scattered sites (Dalt, Ritz, Cambridge, Ambassador).

Referral is through each housing site's Property Manager.

Contact Tom Cantrell @ x107 for more information.

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