Resources for People with HIV

  • Plus Housing Program

    Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development

    http://sfmohcd.org/plus-housing

    MOHCD's Plus Housing Program helps low-income people living with HIV (depending on need) get placed in permanent housing units or get subsidies. After you apply, your application will be prioritized according to program rules.

    Apply for Plus Housing

  • General rental housing

    You can apply for general rental housing.

     

     

     

     

    Apply online on DAHLIA

  • Q Foundation

    350 Golden Gate Avenue
    415-552-3242

    http://theqfoundation.org/programs-services/

    The Q Foundation offers housing assistance for the LGBTQ and HIV communities. These include housing financial assistance, housing referrals, and eviction prevention. You must be referred to the Q Foundation by one of their partner agencies on http://theqfoundation.org/programs-services/
     

  • Positive Resource Center (PRC)

    415-777-0333
    785 Market St., 10th Floor
    http://positiveresource.org/AboutWhatWeDo.aspx

    PRC provides legal counseling and employment support and assistance for people with mental health disabilities or HIV.



     

  • San Francisco AIDS Foundation

    1035 Market Street, Suite 400
    Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm
    415-487-3000

    http://sfaf.org/client-services/

    The SF AIDS Foundation provides direct services for HIV prevention, testing and care in communities where need is greatest, including gay and bisexual men, young men of color, men over 50, and transgender men and women.

  • Rafiki Coalition

    601 Cesar Chavez Street
    Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm
    415-615-9945

    http://rafikicoalition.org/

    The Rafiki Coalition provides health education, health screenings, transitional housing, case management, and referral services for African-Americans living with HIV.

     

  • AIDS Legal Referral Panel

    415-701-1100 (client line)
    1663 Mission Street, Suite 500

    http://www.alrp.org/our-services/get-legal-help

    The AIDS Legal Referral Panel helps provide legal assistance in housing issues, for people living with HIV.


Note: This is a partial list of available resources, meant to be used as a starting point for further reference.