Armstrong Place Senior Housing
Armstrong Place Senior Housing is a 116-Unit building that consists of 115 units of permanent supportive housing targeted to homeless and at-risk seniors, and 1 unit for property manager. Twenty-three (23) of the 115 apartments are home to formerly homeless seniors through the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Housing and Urban Health division’s (SFDPH/HUH) Direct Access to Housing (DAH) Program. Providence Foundation, in collaboration with BRIDGE Housing, provides Intensive Case Management Services to 23 DAH residents and support services to the remaining 92 residents. The site’s Property Management is BRIDGE Housing. Providence employs a Case Manager who is located onsite Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm. The complex is located at 5600 Third Street, San Francisco, Ca 94124.
Bayview Hill Gardens
After seeing a scary trend among the homeless people they serve, Providence Foundation approached a team of San Francisco developers Michael Simmons and Mercy Housing with the vision to help families living in shelters for many years to collaborate to solve what was usually temporary living to permanent supportive housing. Thus, what was once the site of the dilapidated and crime-ridden Franciscan Motel is now a 73-unit apartment complex for formerly homeless individuals and families. Today, the five-story complex offers social services to residents including counseling, assistance with substance abuse, help with employment preparation, and tutoring and afterschool programming for kids. Funding for the services is through the City and County of San Francisco's Human Services Agency contracted with the Bayview Hunters Point Foundation serving as the Property Manager and Providence Foundation providing the Youth Services Component.