This Chronicle article highlights THC’s 1998 efforts to encourage City sponsorship of a rental subsidy program that would allow GA recipients to remain housed while they transition to work.
In 2001 THC published a brochure to advertise our first five master leased buildings, along with some program highlights.
Tenants of THC’s Mission Hotel raised their voices in opposition to the 2001 proposed City budget that would severely affect, if not end, THC’s ability to continue operations at the Mission.
This 2002 newsletter features the expansion of THC’s master lease program with the opening of the Looper Residence on Post Street. The Looper Residence was named after local activist Leroy Looper, who attended the opening.