Maitri

  • Address: 
    401 Duboce Avenue, San Francisco California 94117
  • Phone: 
    +1 (415) 558-3000
  • Hours of Operation: 
    Hours:• 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Monday–Friday (office).• 24-hour residential facility.

The six components of Maitri’s model residential care program for people living with AIDS are:

  1. Nursing & attendant care
  2. Comfortable accommodations
  3. Food & nutrition
  4. Social work case management
  5. Resident activities
  6. Volunteer programs

 

  • Maitri is the only AIDS-specific residential care facility in California focusing on the underserved community of those dying of or severely debilitated by AIDS.
  • Fourteen of our 15 beds are reserved for HUD-defined low-income people and represent 90% of San Francisco’s non-institutional hospice beds.
  • Since opening in 1987, Maitri has been the final home for more than 900 people who lived with AIDS.
  • We maintain a waiting list of between 10 to 14 people at any given time.
  • Maitri is a recognized leader in residential care for people living with AIDS. We serve as a model program. In the past few years, we have hosted health officials from India, The Netherlands, Denmark, The Republic of Togo, Japan, and Namibia where similar type facilities are in the planning stages.
  • Less than 20% of Maitri's annual operating budget is ear-marked for administrative and fundraising expenses, meaning your gift goes directly toward providing care.

415-558-3000 Intake: 415-558-3007 Attendant or nurse on duty: 415-558-3015