The holidays are in full swing at THC! Residents have been enjoying shared meals and festivities in their buildings, organized by staff to help celebrate the holiday season. We wish you and your loved ones joyous holidays and a happy new year!
In June 2021, a fire that started below the National Hotel resulted in the displacement of all residents. After extensive repairs and clearance of all necessary inspections, THC is excited to welcome back tenants of the National Hotel and to open its doors to new Continuum of Care residents!
The Vincent Hotel’s neon blade sign has been successfully restored, giving the block of Turk Street from Hyde to Larkin a vibrant glow. The restoration was made possible by the SF Shines program and Neon Works.
The Tenderloin Community Benefit District (TLCBD) and partners such as THC’s Central City SRO Collaborative are enlivening the Tenderloin community with monthly block parties in a neglected alleyway (Dodge Place). All are welcome to enjoy food, games, music, and community!
The 2022-2023 Fiscal Year budget approved for the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH), THC’s primary funder, supports wage increases for many of THC’s frontline employees.
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.