Homeless Prenatal Program

Community Health Worker Program graduates photo

The Homeless Prenatal Program (HPP) empowers homeless and low-income families, particularly mothers motivated by pregnancy and parenthood, to find within themselves the strength and confidence they need to transform their lives. The agency serves over 3,500 low-income and homeless families annually, providing a variety of programs and services to help families become healthy, stable and self-sufficient.

Art as a Tool for Community Building

Pilipino Senior Resource Center event photo

The mission of the SoMa Community Stabilization Fund is to stabilize the community and promote equity by supporting projects that mitigate the impact of development. The art and storytelling project of the Pilipino Senior Resource Center (PSRC) is one exciting example. The project works with seniors living in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco. Some live alone, some with family members, and some are homeless. All are at risk of isolation and displacement as a result of the rapid gentrification that has occurred in the neighborhood.

Service Connection

Hearing and Speech Center of Northern California Team Photo

Our Service Connection program area is designed to address the whole range of an individual’s or family’s needs by connecting people with the necessary support and by helping build their capacity to improve their own lives and move toward self-sufficiency. In 2017-18, we funded 28 projects for a total of $2,951,594. Our grantees connected 3,677 clients to appropriate resources and services. They also provided case management to 1,445 individuals, including development of an Individual Service Plan (ISP).

Compassionate Care for People with HIV and Chronic Illnesses

Geary at Maitri Compassionate Care

As we recognize World AIDS Day on December 1, the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) is proud to fund Maitri Compassionate Care’s program that provides residential care for people living with AIDS. Through MOHCD’s support, Maitri is able to house 48 clients and provide them with three meals daily, 24-hour nursing care, activities to promote community and well-being, and social work support to keep individuals connected to community providers.