Permanent Housing Programs

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Master-Lease Housing

THC provides a full spectrum of services in our Master-Lease Housing. Currently THC manages over twenty properties throughout San Francisco in the Tenderloin, SOMA, Mission, 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 Housing Portfolio page.

Permanent Housing opportunities with THC are available to individuals staying in City shelters. Please call 311 for more information about available shelter reservations.

Continuum of Care (Shelter Plus Care)

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 Human Services Agency, THC provides case management and supportive services to help participants maintain stability in permanent housing.

Applications can be submitted at: http://sf.homebaseccc.orgExternal link to open a new browser tab/window.

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). As one of our latest housing opportunities, started in 2016, THC will now provide housing through the VASH program.

Galvin Apartments

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. There is currently a waiting list for housing at the Galvin Apartments, which is filled through a lottery completed by the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD).