TGNCI housing

Get help with housing services for transgender, gender non-conforming & intersex (TGNCI) youth and adults.

Central City Hospitality House

Hospitality House is a progressive, community-based organization that provides opportunities and resources for personal growth and self-determination to homeless people and neighborhood residents. Their mission is to build community strength by advocating policies and rendering services which foster self-sufficiency and cultural enrichment.

Specific services include support groups, shelter, professional development, case management, and community events.

  • Serves: Residents in the Tenderloin, Mid-Market, and SOMA
  • Additional Languages: Spanish


Getting Out & Staying Out

Guide to San Francisco resources for people leaving jails and prisons. Includes guide to services for cis and trans women.

  • Serves: Individuals returning to San Francisco after incarceration
  • Additional Languages: Many listed organizations support Spanish speakers


Jazzie's Place

Jazzie’s Place is a 24-bed shelter targeted to serve lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender homeless adults who are seeking shelter beds. The entire adult emergency shelter system is open to all homeless adults, including LGBT guests.

Specific service offered is shelter.

  • Serves: Homeless, including LGBTQIA+ homeless adults
  • Additional Languages: Spanish


La Casa de las Madres

La Casa de las Madres provides adults, teens, and children threatened by domestic violence with safety and service to support individual needs.

Specific services include crisis hotline, counseling, shelter, housing support, legal support, and advocacy.

  • Serves: Adults, teens, and children threatened by domestic violence
  • Additional Languages: Spanish


Larkin Street Youth Services

Nonprofit empowering young people to move beyond homelessness.

Services include youth helpline (1-800-447-8223), street outreach, health and wellness clinics, shelters, housing referrals, employment program, and academic support.

  • Serves: Homeless youth ages 18-24


Mission Neighborhood Resource Center (MNRC)

MNRC is a safe and clean space for the adult homeless communities of the Mission, including comprehensive transgender-specific services. MNRC advocates for housing and shelter, and enhances the physical, social, emotional, and economic health of homeless residents in the neighborhood.

Specific services include medical care, counseling, substance use support, housing support, case management, advocacy.

  • Serves: Adults ages 18 and up
  • Additional Languages: Spanish


My TransHealth

My TransHealth is an online trans-healthcare navigation tool whose mission is to ensure that all trans and gender nonconforming people receive culturally competent service.

Specific services include navigation.

  • Serves: All transgender and gender nonconforming people



Openhouse serves seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, by providing services that reduce isolation and improve their physical and mental health and economic security.

Specific services include support groups, housing support, education programs, and community events.

  • Serves: LGBTQ seniors, ages 55 and up, and adults with disabilities


Our Trans Home SF

Our Trans Home SF is a coalition working to address homelessness and housing instability impacting transgender and gender nonconforming people in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Specific services include rental assistance, transitional housing and navigation, advocacy and provider training.

  • Serves: Transgender and gender nonconforming people experiencing homelessness or housing instability
  • Additional Languages: Spanish


SF LGBT Center

The SF LGBT Center works to connect the LGBTQ community to opportunities, resources, and one another to promote a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBTQ individuals and their allies.

Specific services include professional development, employment services, small business services, housing and financial services, youth services, community events.

  • Serves: LGBTQ communities


San Francisco Safehouse

San Francisco Safehouse provides transitional housing and a full array of support services. The location is confidential.

Specific services include transitional housing, case management, access to therapy, job readiness training, physical health classes, and housing navigation.

  • Serves: Homeless women escaping sexual exploitation, prostitution, and sex trafficking


Taimon Booton Navigation Center

Operated by St James Infirmary, this navigation center provides shelter and services to trans and gender nonconforming people who are experiencing homelessness.

Specific services include transitional housing, case management, health care, and substance use treatment. Contact St. James Infirmary for more information.

  • Serves: Trans and gender nonconforming people in San Francisco


TAJA's Coalition

Identifies barriers to safe and affordable housing for trans people in San Francisco. Works with the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing Services to increase access for trans people.

  • Serves: Trans people in San Francisco, particularly women of color


TGI Justice Project

TGI Justice Project is a group of transgender, gender variant, and intersex people – inside and outside of prisons, jails, and detention centers – creating a united family in the struggle for survival and freedom.

Specific services include Trans Liberation Tuesday Mail Night, visitation teams, grassroots re-entry program, Stiletto newsletter, and advocate organizing.

  • Serves: Low-income transgender women of color and families who are in prison, formerly incarcerated, or targeted by the police


A Woman's Place

A Woman's Place offers gender-specific supportive residential and drop-in services to chronically homeless trans and cis women.

Specific services include mental health care, case management, support groups & social activities, on-site nursing, HIV support services, and substance abuse support services.

  • Serves: Trans and cis women in San Francisco




Last updated September 27, 2023