For Current Renters
MOHCD funds community-based organizations to help current renters stay in their homes. These organizations can help you get one-time financial help and handle housing conflict. MOHCD also has a program for renters to avoid displacement.
MOHCD also has quarterly newsletters and annual monitoring information for current renters in our rental programs.
Need eviction help?
You can contact the following organizations about rent assistance.
For residents of supportive and affordable housing, the Bar Association of San Francisco provides mediators for free, to help you resolve disputes. These services are available for all other residents on a sliding scale.
Conflict Intervention Service
- Call the helpline for a free phone consultation to resolve disputes.
- If needed, a mediation session with a social worker may be organized. This session is voluntary and confidential for all parties involved.
For current MOHCD program renters
MOHCD now mails quarterly newsletters to all of our program renters.
Your property manager will contact you every year to make sure you're following the rules for the Inclusionary Housing Program. They will also be able to tell you about your apartment's income limits.
MOHCD's Small Sites Program (SSP)
SSP can help you stay in your home, by converting your building to permanently affordable housing. A nonprofit can buy your building before an investor does.