San Francisco Homeless Resource
San Francisco Department of Human Services - Human Services Agency - In Home Support Services (IHSS)
Address 44 McAllister, San Francisco, CA
Phone 415-431-2870
Contact(s) Management: TNDC - Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
Hours M-F: 10am-12pm, 2pm-4pm (Applications Available)
Summary See article

44 McAllister ( First Block North of Market Street )


M-F: 10am-12pm, 2pm-4pm (Applications Available)

Management: TNDC - Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation

Units: 202 (needs verification - some 60 to 75 Units are Agency Managed Rooms)

Program(s): D.A.H. and Shelter Plus Care Clients. Other Agencies may have rooms allocated at this SRO Location.

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In- Home Supportive Services (IHSS) - AA 1650 Mission St., 2nd Fl. (P.O. Box 7988, 94120) 415-355-6700 415-557-5251 415-557-5271 (Fax) M–F: 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.. (Applications by telephone. In-home interviews)

Administered by SF Department of Human Services. Assists elderly, blind, or disabled people to remain safely in their own homes when they are no longer able to fully care for themselves or handle routine household tasks. The program pays for approved housework and personal care as an alternative to out-of-home placement. An applicant or referent should call and be prepared to answer questions about income, living arrangements, and doctor contact information, as well as medical diagnosis. One also needs to provide date of birth, social security number, and emergency contact information. Processing may take several months. No cost to SSI recipients. For others who qualify, a monthly share of the cost is the amount of income over the SSI grant. Languages: Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, and German. All initial business done by phone, with follow-up at client’s home.