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First Time Homebuyer Program - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

San Francisco
A series of workshops assisting with first time home buying.
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Compass Family Shelter - Compass Family Services

San Francisco
A homeless shelter for 22 families with private rooms and baths, plus prevention and aftercare services for up to 6 months.
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St. Clare’s Care - St. Anthony's

San Francisco
St. Clare’s Care is a safe sleep service that operates during the day inside St. Boniface Church.
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Friendship House Association of American Indians

San Francisco
Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc. of San Francisco is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based organization that provides residential substance abuse treatment for American Indians.
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San Francisco LGBT Community Center

San Francisco
Trans Employment Program provides a wide range of services including: job referrals and career coaching; navigating being out at work or transitioning on the job; resume review and managing references; hiring and community events; and legal services.
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Compass SF Home - Compass Family Services

San Francisco
Compass' Homelessness Prevention Program provides qualifying families with short-term rental subsidies and support.
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Haight Street Referral Center - Larkin Street Youth

San Francisco
Larkin Street Youth Services provides shelter, meals, medical services, and intensive case management to youth aged 12 to 25 years.
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Residential Services - The ARC

San Francisco
A housing advocacy team that provides assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities with a variety of housing options.
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Emergency Shelter for ages 18 to 24 - Larkin Street Youth

San Francisco
San Francisco's full-service 24-hour facility for older homeless youth ages 18-24.
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Women With Children & Expectant Mothers - Friendship House Association of American Indians

San Francisco
All female clients with children ages 0–5 become residents at their Women's Lodge in Oakland, CA for up to one year.
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Crisis Shelter – Huckleberry House

San Francisco
Huckleberry House offers continuous 24-hour crisis intervention and resolution services and emergency shelter to high-need youth between the ages of 12 and 17. Huckleberry House may house 18-year-olds who are enrolled in high school or GED program.
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Information & Referral | CyberCenter - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

San Francisco
A CyberCenter and Resource Hub
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Housing & Financial Services - San Francisco LGBT Community Center

San Francisco
Housing and financial stability services.
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Golden Gate Avenue Drop-in center - Larkin Street Youth

San Francisco
Larkin Street Youth Services has a drop-in center on Golden Gate Avenue that helps improve lives and self-sufficiency.
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Family Supportive Services - GLIDE

San Francisco
Free COVID-19 testing in GLIDE’s parking lot adjacent to the entrance at 330 Ellis Street
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Walk-In: Rental Assistance- GLIDE

San Francisco
Assistance provided for individuals and families with back rent, rental and security deposits, and other critical needs.
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Bay Area Women's and Children's Center

San Francisco
Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center (BAWCC) is a multi-faceted resource center in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
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Walk-in Center - GLIDE

San Francisco
GLIDE is an organization that provides needle exchange, health services, legal assistance, women and violence services, and food. They also provide referrals for shelters in the community.
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Emergency Shelter for ages 12 to 17 - Larkin Street Youth

San Francisco
The Diamond Youth Shelter is an emergency shelter for youth between the ages of 12 and 17.
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The Glide Women's Center - GLIDE

San Francisco
The Glide Women's Center walks with women on their road to recovery from violence, oppression, and isolation.
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Larkin Street Youth Services

San Francisco
Employment training and education for teens and young adults.
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Castro Youth Housing Initiative (CYHI) - Larkin Street Youth

San Francisco
A two-year scattered-site housing program for young people who identify as LGBTQ including our new housing program just for transgender youth.
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Direct Services Program and Drop-In Assistance - Bay Area Women's and Children's Center

San Francisco
Every week, BAWCC has Drop-In Hours at our Center on Leavenworth Street in the heart of the Tenderloin. Women and families come to our Center for many reasons such as free clothing for themselves and their children.
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Central City Access Point - Compass Family Services

San Francisco
Entry point for families experiencing homelessness for the SF Dept. of Homelessness and Supportive Housing’s Coordinated Entry Program and Homelessness Response System.
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La Voz Latina

San Francisco
Supporting the various needs of low-income, monolingual Spanish-speaking immigrants in the neighborhood providing housing assistance, immigration information and advocacy, Spanish interpretation, public safety, and leadership and skill development.