Crisis Housing Resources

The Gator Crisis Housing is a program of SF State's Basic Needs Initiatives that provides eligible students experiencing a temporary and unexpected housing emergency with a short-term stay on campus. 

Call 211 or visit their website for information on community resources including emergency housing and housing assistance in the Bay Area.

Episcopal Community Services helps explore your resources to identify potential housing arrangements. 

Supports:

  • Housing assessments for city funded housing
  • Family reunification
  • Mediation
  • Move-in assistance

Qualifications:

  • Must be homeless for at least one night in the last 7.  This includes: couch surfing, sleeping in a car, transitional housing, homeless shelter or in an unsafe housing situation.
  • ECS can offer assistance to help get into housing in SF or other communities

Limitations:

  • ECS does not provide case management, help looking for housing, or referrals to housing

Phone:

(415) 487-3300 x 7000

Locations:

123 10th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

2111 Jennings Street, San Francisco, CA 94124

 

Check out renting resources!

Airbnb offers short term or longer term rentals available in most areas.

Hostel World offers short term room and bed rentals in most areas.

Both sites can be helpful for those needing temporary housing or are in transition.  

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