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|1000 Montgomery +||1000 Montgomery (at Broadway) opened in 1989 as a single room occupancy (SRO) hotel, with three floors devoted to housing. It has 35 rooms, with access to microwave ovens and refrigerators on each floor, as well as a shared dining room and shared accessible bathrooms. +|
|149 Mason Street +||149 Mason Street: Studios for the Chronically Homeless The 149 Mason Street project consists of 56 studio apartment units designed for homeless and disabled single adults. +|
|150 Otis +||see article +|
|2000 Post Street Apartments +||see article +|
|205 Jones St. Apartments +||Studios only* +|
|350 Jones St Storage +||350 Jones Street (at Ellis Street), 94102 415-921-1978 M- F: 9:00am-4:00pm Free storage is available for any person who is homeless. Person must be registered in the city of San Francisco's shelter system called "Changes" and that can be done at any Resource Center. Clothes and shoes only may be stored; maximum of one bag is allowed. Access is allowed once a day daily during business hours unless you are performing laundry which then you are allowed to access your belongings twice daily. There is a 6 month time limit to store items at this location. After the 6 months are completed you have to take all property and wait 30 days before re- entering for 6 additional months. Phone 415-921-1978 for further information and details. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm. +|
|6th Street Self Help Center +||Grand Opening November 10, 2008 It will offer many of the same services already available at the Tenderloin Drop in Center. This new site will also contain a Senior specific drop-in component. Some services offered are: respite from the streets, hygiene and other emergency supplies, telephones, medical triage, peer-counseling, employment resource center, behavioral Health Care, case management, homeless advocacy, support groups, massage therapy, and more. For a complete list of all our services visit Central City Hospitality house web page. +|
|A Good Idea +||A Good Idea (AGI), is a San Francisco based non-profit formed by Jared Paul. One of its goals is to help educate homeless youth. +|
|A Home Away From Homelessness +||Operates an after school educational enrichment for homeless and formerly homeless youth in grades 5-8. Also provides respite trips for children in homeless shelters. Aims to fill the substantial gaps created both socially and academically as a result of the intrusion of homelessness in the lives of participants. +|
|A Miner Miracle +||Provides professional clothing and presentation skills to low income men and women in the process of completing job training or counseling. Must be referred by approved agency. No self referrals. +|
|A Sample Residence +||One of the cleanest in town. Large rooms. They no longer have a respite floor. Some rooms available to the general public for a weekly rate of $285.00 plus room tax and $5 Key Deposit (refundable). New Manager's Name is Alfred E. Neuman. On site services available for every tenant. +|
|ACCESS - Assisting Court Customers with Education and Self Help Services - Legal Help at the SF Superior Court +||You must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the close of each session. Customers are served on a first come, first served drop-in basis. You may also reach us via e-mail at ACCESS@sftc.org ACCESS helps people who need legal information but do not have lawyers. We can help you with: Small Claims Limited Civil Mediation Civil Harassment Restraining Orders Conservatorships Evictions Name Changes Gender Changes Guardianships We cannot help with criminal cases, immigration, and bankruptcy. The ACCESS Center can: Give you information in many languages and help you understand your legal options Help you represent yourself Help you fill out legal forms, follow court procedures, find resources or a lawyer Show you how to research the law You don't have to pay anything to use the center. But, you have to pay for copies and court filing fees. If you are low income, you may be able to file for free. If you have an attorney, the ACCESS Center cannot assist you. +|
|AIDS Emergency Fund and Breast Cancer Emergency Fund +||Emergency financial assistance, up to $500 per year($5000 lifetime maximum) for people with disabling AIDS, HIV or breast cancer. Payment is made directly to provider. Eligibility criteria: Letter of disabling HIV/AIDS diagnosis from health care provider, proof of income(income may not exceed $1300 a month, proof of residency in San Francisco County, and ID. No fee. Provides assistance in paying rent, utilities, medical bills (not covered by insurance), medical insurance premiums, pre-arranged funeral costs, Spanish. Wheelchair accessible. Emergency financial assistance, up to $600 per year for people with disabling AIDS, disabling HIV or breast cancer. Money paid directly to providers. Eligibility criteria: letter of diagnosis, maximum monthly income of $1166 (with proof), proof of residency (San Francisco County) and ID. No fee. Provides assistance in paying rent, utilities, medical bills (not covered by insurance), pre-arranged funeral costs, non-cosmetic dental and optical care, alternative therapies, prescriptions, vitamins, and nutritional supplements. Spanish. Wheelchair accessible. +|
|AIDS Housing Alliance +||see article +|
|ARC, The +||Provides vocational skills training and supported employment to persons with developmental disabilities and their families/caretakers. They also provide independent and supported living skills training for clients. Services for seniors with an emphasis on recreation and leisure activities. +|
|Acer Hotel +||$200 per week +|
|Admiral Hotel +||Starting at $200/Week. +|
|Adoptees Liberty Movement Association (ALMA) +||Helps guide search for natural parents, siblings and relinquished children who are now 18 years or older. Assists natural parents search for their son/daughter who are now 18 or over. Registration fee and yearly renewal fee. Conducts workshops. Call for times and locations. Rap sessions once a month to discuss feelings before and after search. Provides information packets. Long distance calls returned collect. +|
|African Advocacy Network +||See article +|
|African Immigrant and Refugee Resource Center (AIRCC) +||see article +|
|Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) +||see an article +|
|Alameda County Bar Association - Volunteer Legal Services/Immigration Clinic +||see article +|
|Alameda County Substitute Payee Program +||Money management for people with psychiatric diagnoses only. Must be on SSI or SSA. Clients cannot have a private savings or checking account and can only be referred through Alameda County mental health clinics or hospitals. Clients must have a county contact person (case manager) following their case. Will accept calls from therapists or social workers for packets to be mailed out. Spanish. Wheelchair accessible. +|
|Albert Hotel +||Near Mission Neighborhood Resource Center. +|
|Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) +||Caller will receive information on meeting times and locations convenient for them. Over 550 meetings/week in San Francisco and Marin Counties. Mutual support to maintain sobriety. No dues or fees. +|