Housing: Affordable and/or Accessible, and Supportive Services
Programs that support independence in your home and community:
Department of Aging and Adult Services coordinates services to seniors, adults with disabilities, and their families to maximize self-sufficiency, safety, health, and independence so that they can remain living in the community for as long as possible and maintain the highest quality of life. Click here for the HSA Guide to Programs and Services.
Mayor's Office on Hope's mission is to find ways to improve outcomes for individuals in all forms of city sponsored housing including shelters, supportive, public and affordable housing.
San Francisco Housing Resource Guide is developed by the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development. The guide lists resources for eviction and housing rights, individuals experiencing homelessness, housing applications help, homebuyer and renters financial counseling, veterans, elderly, families, youth, individuals with disabilities, and free computer access. Click here for additional resources on affordable housing through the Mayor's Office on Housing and Community Development.
Community Living Campaign empowers seniors and people with disabilities to come together, organize, and use their many skills and interests to reduce isolation and end economic and other barriers to aging in their own homes and neighborhoods.
Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS) helps homeless and very low-income people every day and every night obtain the housing, jobs, shelter, and essential services each person needs to prevent and end homelessness.
Free Print Shop offers eleven downloadable charts to help find free food, shelter, medical aid & help with neighborhood problems in San Francisco.
HOPE SF mission is to create thriving, mixed-income communities that provide residents healthy, safe homes and the support they need to succeed.
Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco's mission is to ensure that people with disabilities are full social and economic partners, both within their families and in a fully accessible community.
Meals on Wheels SF is committed to provide isolated homebound seniors in San Francisco with nutritious meals, daily human contact, and supportive services to prevent their premature institutionalization.
Swords to Plowshares offers housing services to low-income and homeless veterans and their families through the VA’s Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program. They also operate seven different housing sites and offer supportive services that improve outcomes, including Rapid Re-housing services, eviction protection, and money management programs to help keep veterans housed.
Affordable and/or accessible housing providers:
Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center works to preserve and enhance the ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity of Bernal Heights and surrounding neighborhoods.
Catholic Charities supports families, aging and disabled adults, and youth through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development.
Chinatown Community Development Center works to build community and enhance the quality of life for San Francisco residents.
Community Housing Partnership's mission is to help homeless people secure housing and become self-sufficient.
Mercy Housing provides a wide range of affordable, low-income apartment rental opportunities across the United States.
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation provides affordable housing and services for low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco, to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources.
Resources for remaining in your home:
The Community Living Fund helps clients evaluate all the possible funding sources and service options available to them. The Community Living Fund works to fill in the gaps so seniors and people with disabilities can live safely at home.
Rebuilding Together SF provides low-income elderly and disabled San Franciscan’s free light home repair and modification services designed to allow them to live more safely and more independently in their homes.