In the last two years, Conard House has piloted an on-site food kiosk to combat food insecurity with fresh meals, food and vouchers, and a pet support program so that 80 companion animals can bring comfort to clients who are then assisted with access to pet supplies, pet food, training and veterinary care. A big focus has also been put on advancing the work of its Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Committee; expanding digital access and literacy for residents; and enhancing its money management program, designed to help residents and clients budget monthly expenses and navigate Social Security or disability benefits.
Thank you to the Nob Hill Gazette for giving Conard House an opportunity for us to share information about our work in San Francisco.
The Conard House 2022 Annual Report is officially out.
Learn about the different programs we offer, see our impact, and hear from Conard House clients and residents.
Learn more about who we are and what we do.
is to build welcoming communities
and caring relationships
that empower people
and restore hope.
We are a nonprofit organization that
specializes in Supportive Housing and
Mental Health Services in San Francisco.
Learn more about the different services, programs, and initiatives that Conard House is working on.
Read previous issues of the Conard House Bulletin.
At the core of Conard House’s mission to “Empower People and Restore Hope” is our belief that everyone can, and should, have a place to call home. A place where you feel safe, secure, and comfortable. A place where you can live, laugh and learn. A place where you feel respected and cared for — a place that is yours.
At Conard House, providing people with a place to call home does not stop at a hotel room or apartment. It’s a home that includes a compassionate community of therapists, case managers, social workers, property managers, 24-hour desk clerks, health navigators, financial counselors, digital educators, job developers, administrators and neighbors.
We must ensure that everyone has a place to call home in San Francisco. Be part of the solution. Help us make this happen by joining the Conard House community as a supporter, advocate and volunteer.
We house more than 700 adults year round.
The average length of stay in long-term housing at Conard House is 10 years.
During that time residents are able to stabilize their mental health, adapt to community living, learn and use job skills, return to school. Our long-term housing prevents re-hospitalization, incarceration and recurring homelessness.
The demand for more of the transformative resources we offer has never been greater. Our long-term planning now extends into 2022 and beyond.
The City of San Francisco has pre-qualified Conard House to expand our housing program to serve more homeless adults.
The City of San Francisco has also asked us to expand our small scattered-site apartment co-op program.
Each year, Conard House serves more than 1,450 adults through its welcoming, caring and empowering communities.
We provide transformative, community-based resources to vulnerable adults in San Francisco.
Such resources - housing, counseling, jobs and money management - help residents and clients find healthy pathways to recovery and self-manage complex adverse conditions.
Volunteers have a big impact in the work that we do.
Our Program Directors can tell you more about volunteer opportunities at their respective sites.
Let's work together!
We'd love to hear your ideas.
Join our team of professionals who are passionate about creating a better community for all. We are currently seeking talented and motivated individuals to join us in this critical work.
Conard House, Inc.
1385 Mission Street, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94103