Address:1060 Howard StSan Francisco, CA 94103Map & Directions
Services: Swords To Plowshares Is The Only Veterans Service Agency In The United States That Provides A Full Continuum Of Care. Helps Veterans, As Well As Families Of Veterans, In The Following Areas: Health And Social Services Provides Veterans With The Help They Need To Become Self-sufficient By Working Closely With Partner Community Organizations And The Department Of Veterans Affairs. The Health And Social Services Department, Known As The Frontline Drop-in Center, Provides Emergency Shelter, Mental Health Services And Referrals To Homeless Veterans. Supportive Housing Offers Permanent Supportive Housing At The Presidio In San Francisco Combined With Options For Counseling, Academic Instruction And Vocational Training For 102 Formerly Homeless Veterans With Disabilities. Additionally, Provide Homeless Veterans With Enhanced Transitional Housing On Treasure Island And Near San Francisco City College For 75 Veterans At A Time For Intensive Individual, Group And Peer Counseling And A Variety Of Recreational, Cultural And Community-building Activities. Both Housing Programs Provide Daily Hot Meals To Residents. Employment Support Offers A Comprehensive Services That Allow Veterans To Stabilize All Aspects Of Their Life And Become Job Ready. Helps Veterans From All Walks Of Life Realize Their Long-term Career Goals And Make Them A Reality. Also Helps Veterans Make The Transition To Gainful Employment By Offering Vocational Counseling, Job Training, Resume Preparation And Job Referrals. Legal Services Offers To Many Of Our Country's Veterans That Never Apply For Or Receive The Benefits They Deserve. Swords To Plowshares Is One Of The Few Organizations In The Country That Provides Free Attorney Representation, Case Management And Advocacy To Veterans Seeking Benefits. They Provide Free Legal Assistance With Va Claims And Discharge Upgrades To Residents Of: San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara And Marin Counties. Each Week Our Attorneys Have Open Office Hours When They Meet With Veterans To Give Advice On Their Claims. This Is Not A Guarantee Of Representation. So You Should Know That Coming In To Talk With An Attorney Won't Mean That The Attorney Will Necessarily Keep Working With You To File Your Claim. However, Their Attorneys Have A Lot Of Experience, So They Might Be Able To Better Understand What It Will Take For You To Submit An Effective Claim Or Discharge Upgrade Application. They Will Be Able To Explain What The Va( Or Relevant Office) Will Be Looking For, Where You Might Find The Information That They Will Look For, Where You Might Find The Information That They Will Look, And How To Present That Information As Clearly As Possible. They Do Not Make Appointments, But They Meet With New Clients Through A Drop In Clinic On Tuesdays And Thursdays, At 1060 Howard St. In San Francisco. There Is A Signup Sheet Available Between 9am And 10am. They Will Try To See Everyone Who Gets His/her Name On The List During That Hour. It Is A Good Idea To Bring In Copies Of: A Dd214, Any Military Records You Have On Hand, And Any Correspondence With The Va Regarding Your Legal Issue. The Iraq Veteran Project Launched In 2005 To Make Sure Systems Of Care Are Appropriate, Sufficient And Accessible To Meet The Needs Of Veterans Returning From The Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan, And The Needs Of Their Families As Well. These Are The Services That Are Offered At 1060 Howard Street, San Francisco, Ca 94103: Veterans Living In The Bay Area Are Homeless They Should Call 415-252-4788 And Social Workers Or Case Managers Can As For Stephen Kohlstrom At Extension 342. Veterans Living In The Bay Area Need Legal Assistance With Va Claims They Can Call 415-252-4788 And Speak With Michael Wolchansky, Paralegal At Extension 359. They Have A Team Of 6 Staff Attorneys To Serve Any Bay Area Veteran With Their Va Or Social Security Or Medical Or Employment Claims. They Have 7 Social Service Intake Coordinators That Will Help Bay Area Veterans Who Are Homeless, Addicted Or Have Mental Health Issues.
Hours: Drop-in Hours: Monday-friday, 9-5 (appointments Strongly Encouraged)appointment Only: Monday-friday-all Day
Eligibility: Military Veteran.
Documents To Bring: Walk in to drop-in center; call for appointment for legal services or counseling.
Address:350 Golden Gate AveSan Francisco, CA 94102Map & Directions
Services: Offers Each Client An Intake Assessment And An Individualized Housing Plan. Provides Referrals To Affordable Housing, Application Assistance, Rental Deposit And Back Rent Payment Assistance, Tenant's Rights Counseling, Hotel Vouchers For Homeless Clients (aha Hotel) And Supported Employment (aha Cafe, In Partnership With Uc Hastings). Also Advocates For Improvements To Housing And Hiv-related Public Policy At The City/county Level.
Hours: Drop In Housing Clinic: Sign-in At 10am Monday And Tuesday Only. First Come, First Served. Office Hour: Monday-friday 9am-6pm
Eligibility: Individual (age 18 And Over), Hiv Positive
Documents To Bring: Walk-in with photo ID, letter of diagnosis and proof of income.
Address:995 Market StSan Francisco, CA 94103Map & Directions
Services: Offers Intake And Assessment For For The Family Shelter System In San Francisco Which Provides Shelter, And Case Management. Screens For Eligibility For Shelter And Housing Programs.acts As An Entry Point For Families Experiencing Homelessness Or A Housing Crisis For The San Francisco Department Of Homelessness And Supportive Housings Coordinated Entry Program And Homelessness Response System.
Hours: Closed For Lunch Noon-1pm
Eligibility: Homeless Families Consisting Of 1 Or 2 Adult Caretakers (age 18 And Over) And One Or More Minor Children (age Birth-17) Or Pregnant Women In Their Third Trimester Or Fifth Month Of A High Risk Pregnancy.
Documents To Bring: Apply by phone
Address:1641 La Salle AveSan Francisco, CA 94124Map & Directions
Services: Provides assessment and intake services for families for entry into shelter and housing program placement. Services available:Homeless Prevention Services -Homelessness Prevention staff are on site to assist with intakes and assessments for eligibility for rental assistance and applicationsHousing Stability -Assessment and linkage to legal referrals for housing and employment barriersHousing Problem Solving -Case managers will work with clients to problem solve options and opportunities for housingShelter and housing program placement -Case managers will assist clients with determining eligibility for shelter and housing placementOn-site childcare is available for clients during their meetings with case managers at the Access Point Community Outreach.
Eligibility: Homeless families with children in San Francisco.
Address:1663 Market StSan Francisco, CA 94103Map & Directions
Services: Armed Forces Emergency Services, Automobile Donation Programs, Community Disaster Education, CPR Instruction, Critical Service Status Information, Disaster Control Programs, Disaster Donations Coordination, Disaster Kits, Disaster Preparedness Information, Disaster Preparedness Partnerships, Disaster Services, Disaster Survivor Inquiries, Emergency Management Training, Emergency Preparedness and Response Training, First Aid Instruction, General Disaster Information, Mass Care Shelters, Mass Feeding Services, Mobile Canteens, Mutual Assistance Agreement Partners, Organizational Disaster Training, Social Services for Military Personnel, Water Safety Education
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30
Eligibility: None for most services; Armed Forces Services - member of Armed Forces and his/her family
Address:2020 Hayes StSan Francisco, CA 94117Map & Directions
Services: Alcohol Abuse Education/Prevention for Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community, Drug Abuse Education/Prevention for Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community, Outpatient Drug Detoxification for Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community, Outpatient Medically Assisted Alcohol Detoxification for Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community, Outreach Programs for Drug Abusers and Alcohol Abusers and Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community, Street Outreach Programs for Drug Abusers and Alcohol Abusers and Asian Community and South Asian Community and Southeast Asian Community and Pacific Oceanic Community
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5:30
Services: Provides information about homeless shelters and referrals to homeless shelters in the San Jose area and surrounding communities.
Area Served: San Jose and surrounding communities
Address:164 6th StSan Francisco, CA 94103Map & Directions
Services: Alcohol Dependency Support Groups, General Clothing Provision, General Health Education Programs for Breast Cancer, Homeless Drop In Centers, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance for Single Room Occupancy Housing Residents, Personal/Grooming Supplies, Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities for Men, Soup Kitchens, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Men
Hours: Tuesday-Friday, Saturday, 6 (Dinner); Saturday, 1-3(Clinic)
Eligibility: Residential Recovery Program: Adult (age 18 and over) male
Address:1171 Mission StSan Francisco, CA 94103Map & Directions
Services: Case/Care Management, Comprehensive Outpatient Alcoholism Treatment, Comprehensive Outpatient Drug Abuse Treatment, Homeless Drop In Centers, Specialized Information and Referral, Substance Abuse Drop In Services
Hours: 24 hours daily
Eligibility: Individual with substance abuse problem, willing to stay clean and sober on premises. Shelter Intake - Single adult (age 18 or over)
Address:111 Page StSan Francisco, CA 94102Map & Directions
Services: Transitional Housing/Shelter for Families
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5
Eligibility: Homeless family with minor child(ren) (age 0-17)