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$179 Weekly Small Room $198 Weekly Medium Room $225 Weekly Large Room If you are interested in staying at The Sweden House Hotel. Please call Adam at 415-345-9331 Office hours are between 10am - 7pm Free wifi internet - 2 routers.  +
$8 per 24 hour period. If you get the "double", you pay $75/night for a room with its own sink and a bathroom down the hall. Review Notes: If you get the "double", you pay $75/night for a room with its own sink and a bathroom down the hall. Ask for a room at the front of the hotel, and you can get another hotel's wireless connection - the last time I stayed there, it was $8 per 24 hour period.  +
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- ADU medical records  +
1. Program: Housing First Units: 124 2. Other Agencies may have clients here.  +
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1000 Montgomery (at Broadway) opened in 1989 as a single room occupancy (SRO) hotel, with three floors devoted to housing. It has 35 rooms, with access to microwave ovens and refrigerators on each floor, as well as a shared dining room and shared accessible bathrooms.  +
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136 units, mostly low income housing, focusing on family housing  +
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149 Mason Street: Studios for the Chronically Homeless The 149 Mason Street project consists of 56 studio apartment units designed for homeless and disabled single adults.  +
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2010 HAP Manual Text The 2010 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2010 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2010 HAP Manual”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information. Avalon at Nob Hill - N 965 Sutter St. 415-928-0840 Call and leave a n  +
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2010 HAP Manual TextEdit 2010 HAP Manual Text sectionEdit The 2010 HAP Manual has many changes that are not currently part of SFHomeless.net. The question is whether the wiki or the manual contains the most up to date information. The most efficient way to ensure the wiki has the best information is to add the 2010 HAP Manual text into its respective wiki agency page under a new section “2010 HAP Manual”. It will then be up to future wiki users to determine whether and how to update the agency page with the new information.  +
24 hour crisis line providing assistance to victims of hate violence.  +
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350 Jones Street (at Ellis Street), 94102 415-921-1978 M- F: 9:00am-4:00pm Free storage is available for any person who is homeless. Person must be registered in the city of San Francisco's shelter system called "Changes" and that can be done at any Resource Center. Clothes and shoes only may be stored; maximum of one bag is allowed. Access is allowed once a day daily during business hours unless you are performing laundry which then you are allowed to access your belongings twice daily. There is a 6 month time limit to store items at this location. After the 6 months are completed you have to take all property and wait 30 days before re- entering for 6 additional months. Phone 415-921-1978 for further information and details. Business hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm.  +
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4 SRO units with communal kitchen facilities. Shared bathrooms. RENT: 30% of Income Program: Shelter Plus Care Site. Managed By: TODCO - Tenants and Owners Development Corporation. Note: Applicants must be currently homeless and have a Homeless Certificate. Need to bring ID and proof of income to obtain an application. Some units set aside for homeless with no minimum income. See also: http://www.todco.org/somahousing.html  +
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400 Professional Center Dr., Navato, 94947 (Navato)  +
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9Call for appointments - No Walk-ins) We provide legal assistance in the following areas: *Medicare Denial / Appeals *MediCare Coverage (including prescription drugs) *HMO Enrollment / Disenrolment *Medicare Fraud / Abuse *MediCal/ Billing issues SF HICAP (Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program) is funded by the State of California to provide assistance to people enrolled in or eligible for Medicare. Volunteer HICAP counselors provide free one-on-one counseling about Medicare benefits and consumer rights, supplemental insurance plan choices, billing and claims problems, and other Medicare-related health insurance issues to support the independence of people making choices that affect their health and financial well-being. Volunteer positions for special community education and long term care insurance counseling are also available. SF HICAP is looking for motivated volunteers to help senior citizens and people with disabilities in San Francisco understand their Medicare health insurance benefits and current changes.  +
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A 20-bed residential recovery facility specifically designed for chemically dependent men and women, 55 years of age and over, who have completed a primary treatment program. Individuals must call for appointments. There is a requirement to get T.B. test done. Residents stay an average of six months in the center while following an individually tailored recovery plan which includes counseling and case management, 12-step meetings, education on alcohol and other drugs, sound health practices and development of interests and activities that are conducive to a sober lifestyle. Residents are prepared for life outside the center through health and financial counseling, transitional and follow-up services and assistance in finding permanent housing. Spanish.  +
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A Good Idea (AGI), is a San Francisco based non-profit formed by Jared Paul. One of its goals is to help educate homeless youth.  +
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A Safe Injection Facility (SIF) is a place where intravenous drug injections can be made with the chief object of reducing disease and mortality.  +
A cash assistance program for immigrants who are disabled, blind, or age 65 or older. To qualify, they must not be receiving SSI/SSDI benefits, they cannot be a citizen or a national of the United States, and they must not be a fleeing felon. Other rules and regulations also apply. Call for details. CAPI is a state-funded program that pays cash benefits to lawful non-citizens who do not qualify for SSI/SSP solely due to their immigration status. In San Francisco, CAPI is administered through the Medi-Cal program because the benefits are for a similar population as CALM. To receive CAPI, a person must be over the age of 65, blind, or disabled; be a non-citizen legally present in the United States; and meet certain other criteria.  +
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A civil rights organization that advocates for opportunities for Asian Americans, people of color and women in education, employment and other areas. Provides employment services, including job placement and referrals in construction, hospitality and janitorial sectors. Mandarin/Cantonese  +
A clean and sober permanent housing program with support services for individuals who have completed residential drug treatment and/or outpatient drug treatment. The site, which consists of 25 studio apartments, is located in the Tenderloin area. On-site support services include individual and group counseling and case management services. Wheelchair accessible.  +

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