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Asian Women’s Shelter

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3453 18th Street, #19, San Francisco, CA

Asian Women's Shelter supports women, children, and queer/trans survivors of domestic violence & human trafficking, especially immigrants/refugees.

Community Awareness & Treatment Services Inc: A Woman’s Place

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1049 Howard St., San Francisco, CA

A Woman’s Place (AWP) is the only gender-specific emergency shelter and transitional housing of its kind in San Francisco, providing a safe haven for homeless women with a comprehensive range of flexible services, including health care, mental health counseling, case management services, and money management.
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CHALK Offering Free Workshops for Youth!

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271 Austin San Francisco CA, 94109

CHALK will be providing one free workshop every month to young people ages 14-24 starting February 2015.CHALK  aims to provide the young people with life skills and leadership opportunities through peer to peer learning. All training’s will be first come first serve and will be focused on current youth issues. For a flyer with all workshops being offered click here. To register click here.  Source: CHALK, January 27th, 2015

Homeless Youth Alliance: Drop-in Center

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1672 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA

Provides food, bathrooms, phones, and computers with internet access. Helps clients address other basic needs, including getting identification.  Case management also available.  Mental health counseling also provided through an on-site psychologist. HYA also provides street-outreach services and weekly workshops on physical and mental health.

Larkin Street Youth Services: Lark-Inn Youth Shelter

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869 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA

The Lark-Inn is an emergency housing solution and an entry point to Larkin Street’s full continuum of programs for homeless and runaway youth.

Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

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1294 Potrero Avenue. San Francisco CA, 94110

Good Samaritan comprehensively addresses the needs of low-income Latino immigrant families through a Two-Generation Strategy that involves children and their parents/caregivers