"When I came to Hospitality House years ago, the staff helped
discover who I am and what I can do. Now as an employee, I can do the same
for others in the Tenderloin."
~Pat Abrams, Self Help Center Support Service Worker
Hospitality House has served the homeless community
in San Francisco's Tenderloin district since 1967. Through our unique combination
of peer-led programs and advocacy efforts, many
homeless and low-income people have been empowered to unite their voices to
stimulate social change.
Our programs include: the Tenderloin Self-Help Center, Sixth Street Self-Help Center, the Community Arts Program, the Community Building Program, and the Shelter Program. Combined, our programs use a holistic approach to enhancing the economic, mental, physical, and social health of the homeless community. This is done through a wide spectrum of services that include housing and benefits advocacy, harm reduction-based substance use counseling, emergency shelter, money management support, creative expression, and job creation.
290 Turk Street
415 749 2100