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St. Peter's Housing Committee (SPHC) (Comite de Vivienda San Pedro)
Address 474 Valencia, Ste. 156, 94103
Phone 415-487-9203
Email
Website
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Hours M-F: 9am-5pm (closed noon to 1pm) Call for counseling appointment
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Summary [[SummaryText::Assists Latino American emigrant tenants with their housing problems with landlords and illegal evictions, unlawful detainers, demands repairs and services, return of deposit, reimbursement of money for illegal rent increases (Rent Board), and provides information regarding rights and responsibilities of tenants. Wheelchair accessible.

Provides advocacy and renters' rights counseling to San Francisco's low-income tenants. Brief counseling appointments are available every afternoon. Focused primarily on the Spanish-speaking community, SPHC also operates several programs including:

Contents [show] Mission SRO CollaborativeEdit A collaborative between SPHC, Mission Agenda, Mission Housing Development Corporation and SF SAFE that works to stabilize conditions in slum housing and organize very low-income tenants; Family Eviction Prevention ConsortiumEdit A collaborative effort between SPHC, Catholic Charities, Eviction Defense Collaborative and the Volunteer Legal Services Program which works to keep families out of homeless shelters; Code Enforcement Outreach ProgramEdit A collaborative effort between SPHC, the Housing Rights Committee of SF, San Francisco Apartment Association and the Department of Building Inspection seeking to abate habitability violations in rental housing. All staff is bilingual (English/ Spanish). No fee. Donations requested. Wheelchair accessible. Lead Hazard Reduction ProgramEdit Educating parents and service providers about the dangers of lead poisoning|See article]]

474 Valencia, Ste. 156, 94103

415-487-9203

415-487-9022 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm (closed noon to 1pm) Call for counseling appointment

Assists Latino American emigrant tenants with their housing problems with landlords and illegal evictions, unlawful detainers, demands repairs and services, return of deposit, reimbursement of money for illegal rent increases (Rent Board), and provides information regarding rights and responsibilities of tenants. Wheelchair accessible.

Provides advocacy and renters' rights counseling to San Francisco's low-income tenants. Brief counseling appointments are available every afternoon. Focused primarily on the Spanish-speaking community, SPHC also operates several programs including:

Mission SRO CollaborativeEdit

A collaborative between SPHC, Mission Agenda, Mission Housing Development Corporation and SF SAFE that works to stabilize conditions in slum housing and organize very low-income tenants;

Family Eviction Prevention ConsortiumEdit

A collaborative effort between SPHC, Catholic Charities, Eviction Defense Collaborative and the Volunteer Legal Services Program which works to keep families out of homeless shelters;

Code Enforcement Outreach ProgramEdit

A collaborative effort between SPHC, the Housing Rights Committee of SF, San Francisco Apartment Association and the Department of Building Inspection seeking to abate habitability violations in rental housing. All staff is bilingual (English/ Spanish). No fee. Donations requested. Wheelchair accessible.

Lead Hazard Reduction ProgramEdit

Educating parents and service providers about the dangers of lead poisoning

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