South of Market Mercy Housing
Rating: 1 stars 2 reviews
Issues: Homeless & Housing, Seniors
Location: 1038 Howard St San Francisco CA 94103 USA
Programs: Mercy Housing has created and implemented multiple programs that help the organization achieve its objective of building healthy communities and strengthening lives. Our programs include health and wellness, education, community and economic development, which help our residents improve their live and the communities they live in. Mercy Housing has also created the Mercy Loan Fund which provides loans to non-profit housing developers that produce or preserve housing for low-income household and those with special needs.
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I am happy to tell my story. Mercy housing at 227 7th street between Howard and Folsom has the most incompetent inadequate managment you could imagine. Like the previous writer they allow violence in the building out of control noise which I believe was abuse that I reported and they did nothing, but justified the problem. My apartment was broken into twice by other tenants and it was absolutely nothing done by management. Infact they made it out to be my fault by saying things like, "oh I'm sure it was a mistake and the tenant that broke in (who by the way beats his family or after thinking about it and seeing how things played out I really think the wife was giving the beatings) the landord put in my incident report that he (the guy that broke in) wasn't in his right state of mind he was confused. So folks think about it any one can break into your home and say that they were confused and not in the right frame of mind and get away with it. Trust me there is plenty more but, I will stop here with a warning and say WARNING..........DON'T RENT THERE. And last, everyone there is not treated equal.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Shut it down pray and begin again.
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