AB 854, co-sponsored by THC, sought to protect tenants from speculator abuse by requiring landlords to keep units for at least 5 years before enacting evictions. Momentum from AB 854 will hopefully lead to future Ellis Act reform.
A front page SF Chronicle story highlights THC’s Ellis Act reform bill and efforts by THC attorney Raquel Fox to stop Ellis Act evictions.
The 80 unit all-private bath SRO on 505 O’Farrell St. will welcome tenants transferring from THC’s Baldwin Hotel, which will transition into a non-congregate shelter.
THC is proud to announce the availability of nasal naloxone (Narcan) in all our residential hotels and client-serving offices. This achievement comes after years of planning, preparation, and training, and with support and assistance from the Drug Overdose Prevention and Education (DOPE) Project. While opioid-related overdoses have long affected the…
After serving as a Shelter-In-Place site for Transitional Aged Youth during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Abigail Hotel will finally be open as permanent Step Up Housing for 59 tenants.
Many SRO tenants, including those at THC’s Winton Hotel, lack access to Wi-Fi. THC has been working with ShelterTech to get more buildings, and tenants, connected.
A dedicated Tenant Leader for our CCSRO, a THC Board Member, and a vocal and tireless activist for SRO tenants, Gail will be deeply missed by the Tenderloin community and beyond.
A former member of the Peace Corps, teacher, and IHSS Board of Directors President, Mel now dedicates his time advocating for SRO tenants as a Tenant Organizer at THC’s Raman Hotel.
Nearly 1,900 THC tenants enjoyed delicious meals from local restaurants thanks to a partnership with SF New Deal. Learn more about the incredible work of SF New Deal here:
Thanks to a partnership with ShelterTech, residents at THC’s Mission Hotel can now enjoy free Wi-Fi services.