Visit a Drop In Center for food or other services, like a shower or medical assistance.
HSH partners offer services at the Mission Neighborhood Resource Center and the United Council of Human Services drop in center.
Mission Neighborhood Resource Center
The Mission Neighborhood Resource Center is located at 165 Capp Street. 15 clients are allowed in the building at a time on a first-come, first-served and one-in, one-out basis.
Call (415) 869-7977 with any questions.
|Drop In Access: |
|Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday:|
7AM – 12PM & 2PM – 6PM
6AM – 12PM & 2PM – 5PM
Ladies’ Night from 6PM – 8PM
7AM – 12PM
*Case management is available until 5PM every day.
|Laundry and Showers||Monday to Friday: |
7AM – 8:30AM & 9:30AM – 11:30AM
2PM – 3:30PM & 4:30PM – 6:30PM
*Afternoon shifts not available on Thursdays.
United Council of Human Services
United Council of Human Services operates a drop in center at 2111 Jennings Street in the Bayview.
|Drop-in Center Services||Showers, laundry & lockers: |
Open 24/7, two people at a time.
Monday – Friday 9AM – 5PM
|Drop-in Chairs||28 chairs available with social distancing. |
Available 5:30PM – 7:00AM every day.
|Mother Brown’s Kitchen – Meals||To go meals (dining room is closed)|
Breakfast: 7AM – 9AM
Dinner: 5PM – 7PM
Other Helpful Resources:
- You can start by visiting SF Service Guide for a list of services.
- Call 311 (the City customer service line) for a list of resources near your location.
- Call 211 (the County customer service line) for additional resources. 211 wait times might be long.
- Visit Link-SF.com for additional lists of providers and resources.
- Eviction Defense Collaborative: If you are a low-income family, a single adult, an individual with a disability or a senior, the collaboration offers defense, legal assistance and tenant rights education. Call 415-659-9184 (open 24 hours by phone) or visit evictiondefense.org.
- There are more resources for veterans experiencing homelessness. Learn more on our services page.
- SFMTA fine and fee discounts may be available if you have had an assessment done at an Access Point within the last six months. Ask Access Point staff about free Muni passes, a one-time waiver of tow and storage costs, a one-time waiver of a “boot” fine, and discounted citations.