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A Place Called Home for Everyone


Our work is to create and provide opportunities for affordable housing for low-income and formerly homeless San Franciscans through planning, advocacy and providing technical affordable housing development assistance.

With over 2,000 affordable units to be built, 435 of which will serve formerly homeless families and individuals, this work is imperative to meeting our equity goals and agenda.

 

** One Treasure Island does not provide housing directly.  Individuals and families are provided housing directly through One Treasure Island Member Agencies. 


Our Partners

The following is a list of Member Housing providers who are currently providing permanent or transitional housing to formerly homeless people. Please contact them directly.

 

Treasure Island Member Housing Providers:

 

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Catholic Charities
 

Provides permanent housing and support services for families selected from the Department of Human Services Shelter+Care list.

 

Contact one of Catholic Charities Access Points:

1641 LaSalle Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
Phone Number: (415) 430-6320

995 Market Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone Number: (415) 644-0504


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Community Housing Partnership

Provides permanent housing and employment training for formerly homeless families selected from the Homeless Family Waiting List administered by the San Francisco Housing Authority. Main Office: (415) 929-2470 . Questions regarding housing: (415) 252-3232


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HealthRIGHT 360

HealthRIGHT 360 gives hope, builds health, and changes lives for people in need. They do this by providing compassionate, integrated care that includes primary medical, mental health, and substance use disorder treatment.  Contact: (415) 762-3700


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Swords to Plowshares

Provides permanent supportive housing for Veterans; for information about the permanent Housing Program at Treasure Island. Please call: (415) 834-0341


non-member Agencies

The following is a list of other non-member Agencies to contact who are currently providing housing and other information.

 

 

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The Treasure Island Villages (John Stewart Company)

For individuals and/or families interested in market rate housing. John Stewart also accepts Section 8 vouchers. Contact: (415) 834-0211


Housing Authority

General Information for individuals wanting to be placed on, or are already on SF Housing waiting lists.  Contact: (415) 554-1200 or (415) 554-1259


Project Every Day Connect – Project Homeless Connect

Information and support in navigating San Francisco resources.
25 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94103

Help-line (855) 588-7968 Reach out during Every Day Connect (EDC) open hours, or leave a message anytime.


EDC Hours

Mondays & Wednesdays 

  • Drop In Hours 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM (Closed @12:30 pm or until their appointments are full for the day)


Tuesdays

  • Every other Tuesday they provide limited services at the San Francisco Public Library. Dates of services can be found on their online calendar here.

Thursdays

  • Pre-scheduled appointments only and/or every other Thursday they provide limited services at Martin de Porres at 225 Potrero Avenue. Dates can be found on their online calendar here.

Fridays 

  • Resource Line Only (855) 588-7968

Every Day Connect staff will respond to voicemail messages left during their open hours, or no later than the next day if closed when you call.

Additionally, you can email staff at edc@projecthomelessconnect.com 


2-1-1

Is a new, easy-to-remember phone number that helps San Francisco and Marin residents easily connect with the health and human services they need.  Operated by United Way HELPLINK, 2-1-1 is free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 150 languages.  
Dial: 211