Most permanent housing opportunities at THC are available to currently homeless individuals referred to THC through San Francisco’s Adult Coordinated Entry system. People experiencing homelessness may visit one of the city’s Access Points or call (415) 487-3300 x 7000 to determine their eligibility for placement into permanent housing.
Master Lease Housing
THC provides a full spectrum of services in our Master Lease Housing. THC manages over twenty properties throughout San Francisco in the Mission, SOMA, Tenderloin, and Union Square neighborhoods. Every building that THC manages offers on-site case management, support groups, community events, on-site property management providing maintenance and janitorial services, and tenant organization and advocacy opportunities.
To learn more about THC’s properties, check out our Properties page.
Housing Ladder Program
The Housing Ladder Program, operated by the San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH), offers current permanent supportive housing residents the opportunity to move to more independent living environments. By joining the Housing Ladder, tenants make their units available to people experiencing homelessness.
Continuum of Care (CoC)
The Continuum of Care provides rental assistance and supportive services for homeless individuals who have long-term disabilities resulting mainly from serious mental illness, alcohol and drug use, or an HIV-positive medical condition. In partnership with the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Services, THC provides case management and supportive services to help participants maintain stability in permanent housing.
Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH)
As part of the nation’s plan to eradicate homelessness among veterans, the VASH program combines rental assistance for homeless veterans with on-site case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). THC began offering permanent housing through the VASH program in 2016.
A truly unique housing opportunity in San Francisco’s popular SOMA district, the Galvin Apartments is a 55-unit studio apartment building with a full kitchen and private bathroom in each unit. These below-market rate apartments offer low-income San Francisco residents an opportunity to live in the city at an affordable rate. Housing opportunities at the Galvin Apartments are managed by waitlist and filled via lottery through the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD). When available, vacant units at the Galvin will be visible on the DAHLIA San Francisco Housing Portal website.