The Mission Rock Shelter set to close – Mayor Brown asks THC to find 350 Hotel rooms to permanently house Mission Rock Residents, THC did so in 24hrs.
Hotel Jefferson, a 90 room SRO managed by Tenderloin Housing Clinic is set to open. This after the closure of the Mission Rock Homeless Shelter, the new SRO will house at least 60 of the people who were displaced.
Hotel manager rallies community to combat drugs, fighting, urinating to make the Seneca a better place to live and 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.
The Mission Hotel makes a turn for the better, with the help of Tenderloin Housing Clinic the hotel plans on continuing in this direction.
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.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic and City Housing, Inc. History of Master leasing
The Looper Residence is opened in honor of Leroy Looper providing 44 permanent housing units for formerly homeless people.
Dedication ceremony for Master Lease program in honor of Leroy Looper.