Together for solutions to homelessness.
As one of the wealthiest and most innovative cities in the world, we have the resources and ingenuity to address homelessness boldly and compassionately.
Homelessness is on the rise in San Francisco and across the Bay Area. Now is the time to act.
We know what works. Homes and an array of supportive services, from mental health to job training, help move people from homelessness to stable and healthy lives. But, we can only secure homes and services with support from people like you. Together, we will confront this challenge.
SIGN THE All In PLEDGE
The COVID-19 crisis has put thousands of our unhoused neighbors at increased risk on our city streets. Now more than ever, it’s essential to fund effective homelessness prevention and housing programs.
We need long term solutions that last beyond the crisis. Tell City Leadership You’re All In: “I support stable homes and services in my neighborhood and across San Francisco because I want my neighbors experiencing homelessness to get—and stay—housed.”
ALL IN means all of us
We’re building a diverse coalition of residents, policy experts, non-profits and businesses to secure homes and services for San Franciscans experiencing homelessness.
All IN Snapshots
Our data project, From Homeless to Housed, aggregates information from the City and non-profit service providers into an online monthly snapshot of our collective efforts to create new housing and help people transition into safe and stable homes. This snapshot is a commitment to transparently track our progress, so that we can hold ourselves accountable to reducing homelessness and making San Francisco a better home for everyone.
70% of people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco were SF residents when they became homeless.
On any given night, the City of San Francisco provides housing or shelter to over 12,000 people.
Housing with supportive services has been shown to be the most effective solution for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness — with 85% of people remaining housed for the long-term.
89% of San Franciscans agree that the best way to help someone experiencing homelessness is to support their efforts to find a long-term place to live.
Don’t isolate homeless people, don’t look down on them. Homeless people are not bad. Don’t be dismissive.
– Roman Carrasco
We focus on the whole person — being able to provide housing because health starts with stability.
– Joi Jackson-Morgan
Homeless families are always hidden. You will be surprised — you can walk right by a person and not know they are homeless.
– Tracey Mixon