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Episcopal Community Services (ECS) has provided essential services to homeless San Franciscans since 1982. ECS utilizes a holistic approach that addresses the multiple causes leading to homelessness. We serve more than 8,300 people a year, guided by our mission to help 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.

(San Francisco, May 5, 2015)--At the Center we believe that creating and maintaining affordable housing is an essential part of supporting San Francisco’s vibrant and diverse LGBT communities. That’s why we are so excited about the construction happening right now at 1400 Mission Street which will provide 167 units of below market rate (BMR) housing for purchase. If you have been considering buying a home but are having a hard time finding anything affordable in the tough San Francisco real estate market this could be your opportunity.

San Francisco Housing Authority will open the public housing waitlist to homeless individuals and families for five days only starting January 13th, 2015 and ending January 18th, 2015! The Center is hosting drop-in hours to support community members in filling out the application.
The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Advisory Committee (LGBTAC) provides assistance and advice to the Commission regarding discrimination against the LGBT communities. HRC's Discrimination Complaints Investigation and Mediation Division investigates and mediates complaints of discrimination and non-compliance in employment, housing and public accommodation
Q Foundation (formerly known as AIDS Housing Alliance)SF prevents homelessness for people with HIV/AIDS by protecting the housing we already have, providing resources to secure new housing, and promoting public policy to expand opportunity for all. Our goal is to become the largest housing services provider and largest employer of people with HIV/AIDS in San Francisco.
Since 1971, the SF Tenants Union has been fighting for the rights of tenants and for the preservation of affordable housing in San Francisco. From the struggle for rent control in the 1970s to 1998's Proposition G (to end the abuses of OMI evictions), the Tenants Union has been the city's leading advocate for tenants. The SFTU is 100% membership supported and this enables our advocacy to be uncompromising and immune to pressures from government or other funders.
Our program provides low-income or homeless HIV+ persons with money management and representative payee services that help them regain the financial stability necessary to find and maintain adequate housing.

Individuals with AIDS/HIV and individuals with AIDS/HIV related legal problems

The Center’s homeownership series is extremely popular!  Workshops are conducted once per month, and registration for the following month is made available on the last working day of the month.  If you would like to secure a spot in next month’s workshops, we recommend coming back to this page on the last working day of the month.  We do not maintain any sort of waitlist- we apologize for any inconvenience.  If you would like to try to register for a workshop sooner please visit www.homeownershipsf.org/workshops to find another agency.

San Francisco AIDS Foundation works to end the HIV epidemic in the city where it began, and eventually everywhere. Established in 1982, our mission is the radical reduction of new infections in San Francisco because we refuse to accept HIV as inevitable. Through education, advocacy and direct services for prevention and care, we are confronting HIV in communities most vulnerable to the disease.

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