San Francisco's Homeless Resources
If person is injured, violent, or unresponsive, don't wait. Call 911 directly.
San Francisco Resource Centers
Serve as the point of entry to shelters for single adults, coordinating bed assignments throughout the city to maximize the utilization of space. The individual needs to physically go to one of these centers to get a reservation. The reservations fill up quickly and the shelters cannot admit anyone without one.
Mission Neighborhood Resource Center
165 Capp St.
525 Fifth St.
UCHS Resource Center
2111 Jennings St..
Glide Walk-in Center
330 Ellis St. #101
Mobile Crisis Treatment Team
Mon-Fri, 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
Saturdays and holidays, 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm
The Mobile Crisis Team will meet with a homeless person, assess his or her condition, and provide linkage to treatment services or hospitalization, as needed.
(888) 811-SAFE (7233)
The point of entry to shelter for homeless families. Counselor will establish eligibility, get information, and schedule an in-person interview, followed by shelter placement.
HELPLINK - 211
A hotline cosponsored by the City of San Francisco and the United Way. They make referrals to community service agencies providing support services throughout the Bay Area. Free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day.
Project Homeless Connect
Regular gatherings of a multitude of providers, so homeless San Franciscans can schedule a variety of services at the same time.
Aging and Disability Resources
If you are seeking ADRC services formerly provided by ECS, please consult the list of resource centers on the Department of Human Services website.
Episcopal Community Services, Information and Referral