On-Site Services: All properties owned or managed by Community Housing Partnership provide on-site support services that provide resources to residents to sustain them in their housing, help them to lead healthy lives, obtain life-skills training, and engage them as citizens of San Francisco. Support services also include individualized counseling, educational programs, and events to engage residents in the building community.
Youth and Family Programs serve the more than 320 youth (18 and younger) and their families who reside in Community Housing Partnership properties. These programs are designed to effectively involve and nurture youth, providing after school academic support as well as education advocacy to assist parents and students in successfully navigating the school system. Family events, cultural excursions and field trips all help to strengthen the support network amongst children and families in a fun, safe and nurturing environment. Additional programs support residents’ mental health, teen health, safety and well-being, all designed to address the effects of chronic homelessness.
Volunteer Program: Designed so that residents can give back to their communities, the Volunteer Program provides opportunities for formerly homeless individuals to develop and facilitate on-site activities, groups, and projects with the assistance of Tenant Services staff. Residents volunteer at the Off-Site Community Food Pantry, support their peers through the Buddy Up Program, help their neighbors who require additional support due to medical limitations, and give their time to planting and maintaining the rooftop and courtyard gardens at several of our properties.