As part of our COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, we have made modifications to our services to adhere to SFDPH health requirements. We are dedicated to continuing to provide essential services to the community.
See our COVID-19 Preparedness Plan here.
Project Homeless Connect works directly with those seeking services, as well as with case managers and staff from other agencies, to make connections to hard-to-access resources, services and goods on a daily basis. These resources can help you make a successful transition from homelessness to housing. Whether you are a case manager referring a client or an individual in need of services, we will work with you to meet your resource or service needs. We serve the most vulnerable San Franciscans by delivering services in the office and via phone. Our intention is to streamline and close the gap between service and need.
Our Service Facilitators are ready to refer you to social, medical, and supportive services in San Francisco. We can help you find services including: vision, dental, general medical, mental health, addiction treatment and recovery services, harm reduction programs, self-help programs, food, clothing, computer access and classes, transportation, employment services, Medi-Cal, and other benefits.
How we reach people
- Weekly Drop-In Center
- Mobile Care Van
- Resource and Referral Phone Line
For more information on when to access services, please visit our Services Calendar.
Hygiene Items & Basic Needs
We provide Simply the Basics basic hygiene items, basic needs, new socks, and other hygiene related needs upon request. Limited to availability.
We provide haircut vouchers to Womack Salon Academy. The salon provides a no-cost haircut to individuals with a voucher.
HandUp helps donors give money to people in need. Homeless and other low-income neighbors have the opportunity to create an online profile and work with our Service Coordinators to set fundraising goals. Common goals include rental assistance, dentures, medical care, clothing, food, and other basic needs. Find out more about HandUp.
Basic identification is needed to obtain housing, shelter, and employment. We provide no-fee vouchers to obtain a California Identification Card to eligible participants, assist in accessing birth certificates an passports.
For those without a secure address, utilizing our mailing services ensures receipt of income and housing applications for those without a secure home.
Problem Solving Support
We use tailored case advocacy and support to help people remove barriers and solve problems related to housing, employment, & health.
Resources and Referrals as needed
We work with Participants to understand their barriers, and support in connecting to additional care and services. Connections include access and appointments to Primary Care, Physical Health Specialists, Mental Health Care, substance abuse programs, employment services, and more.
Please call to leave a message for a Service Coordinator.
Additionally, you can email EDC staff (firstname.lastname@example.org.)