San Francisco State University is currently in the process of launching a crisis housing program on campus. Please check back in October 2019 for more details and program launch date.
Episcopal Community Services helps explore your resources to identify potential housing arrangements.
- Housing assessments for city funded housing
- Family reunification
- Move-in assistance
- 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
- ECS does not provide case management, help looking for housing, or referrals to housing
(415) 487-3300 x 7000
123 10th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
2111 Jennings Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
The Legal Resource Center educates and empowers students by providing them with current and accurate information regarding their rights when confronted with legal troubles including landlord/tenant issues.
For renting resources, visit the following websites:
- University Housing
Roommates.com lets you find roommates and rooms for rent in your area. Not exclusive to students. Eligibility: 18+
The Student Renters Guide for general information and guidance on the process of renting off campus and with roommates.
- Craigslist is a site where people can post available rentals and rental needs filtered by price and area. NEVER send money, security deposits or personal information like your social security number via email, online or by phone without meeting someone in person and vetting their listing is real. For more information on avoiding scams, visit Craigslist's Avoiding Scams.
- Airbnb offers short term or longer term rentals available in most areas. This can be helpful for those needing temporary housing or are in transition.