With news of Ramanbhai’s passing, THC remembers and celebrates Ramanbhai’s values and pursuit of supportive housing for those in need. The Patel family continues his legacy of generosity and advocacy for people experiencing homelessness. More here: Ramanbhai Patel, Champion of Supportive Housing, Dies Peacefully – Beyond Chron
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.
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.
Many SRO tenants, including those at THC’s Winton Hotel, lack access to Wi-Fi. THC has been working with ShelterTech to get more buildings, and tenants, connected.
A former member of the Peace Corps, teacher, and IHSS Board of Directors President, Mel now dedicates his time advocating for SRO tenants as a Tenant Organizer at THC’s Raman Hotel.
Nearly 1,900 THC tenants enjoyed delicious meals from local restaurants thanks to a partnership with SF New Deal. Learn more about the incredible work of SF New Deal here:
Thanks to a partnership with ShelterTech, residents at THC’s Mission Hotel can now enjoy free Wi-Fi services.
In 1980, THC opened to preserve SRO hotels, improve conditions for tenants, and strenthen protections for SROs. Today, these issues still remain central to our mission.
On Tuesday, August 13th, Tenderloin Housing Clinic (THC) officially opened the Bristol Hotel, a 57-unit Step-Up building for residents currently in supportive housing. The hotel’s first operating years have been funded by a generous donation from Lynne and Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO,m after which the city will take over funding….
THC’s acquisition of the Bristol Hotel was made possible in part by a generous $6.1 million donation from Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff which will subsidize rental costs for new tenants. The hotel will provide permanent housing opportunities for 58 formerly homeless adults.