In need of emergency help. Coyote Creek Flood Victim. I am on state disability permanent income monthly for medical reason. My service dog and I are now unsafe and homeless as well as car less thanks to the recent unfortunate breakage point of Anderson Dam that flood out the coyote Creek area causing a massive flood in coyote Creek location areas. I lost both car to flood and housing situation I sub rented in a single family household/home. Everything was completely lost to the coyote creek flood. My puppy and I are flood victims from moving into new coyote creek home prior evening and morning came so did the bay area coyote flood. No renters insurance here. I paid four thousand dollars to move in to wake up in the morning to no car it went away in flood to completely condemned home where u paid night before flood to have solubility of place to live next day lost all in flood. Please help me and puppy
I worked at Community Housing Partnership for almost five years, and grow my professional careen with the organization grow. I am a stronger believer of Housing is a Human Right. Community Housing Partnership’s mission is go beyond he clients security housing by helping with client achieve self-sufficiency. I am very excited to be part of CHP as part of the social change, when I hear our client’s success stories.
Having just completed my first year at CHP, I can say that it is truly an amazing place to work. The combination of talented, resourceful, and creative individuals, a solid mission and focus on clients, and and a no-drama environment where people are hard-working and dedicated to giving their best in support of a greater purpose all resonate greatly for me. Not without its external and internal challenges, CHP is committed to working in concert with community partners and City offices to change the trajectory for homeless individuals in SF and eradicate poverty as a social injustice.
Housing is a right. Community Housing Partnership embodies this belief by providing quality housing with supportive services for the formerly homeless. It is inspiring to see how many lives of our residents have changed for the better with the support of our agency. I am proud to work at an organization that is addressing homelessness in San Francisco in an empathetic, solution-centric way.
Community Housing Partnership provides high quality supportive housing and services which helps formerly homeless individuals and families stabilize and meet their goals. CHP staff are dedicated to their work and creative in their approaches. Feedback loops with clients are incorporated to continually improve services.
I've worked at CHP since 2004. CHP started as a project of the Coalition On Homelessness and Council of Community Housing Organizations about 25 years ago. I'm proud to help build on that foundation and watch residents take leadership roles in Community Organizing work. From the Janitors to the Directors, I'm also inspired by my co-workers who put in the hours to help hundreds of people exit homelessness.
This local organization is cutting edge in finding ways to house and serve individuals experiencing homelessness. Currently, they house over 1400 individuals and families who have experience homelessness and are looking to help each person reach self-sufficiency. Nationally, success in supportive housing is measured by housing retention, but Community Housing Partnership is beginning to measure success differently - they want to help its residents move beyond supportive housing to less service enriched settings. It's an honor to be a part of an organization that is not only providing a great service to SF residents, but also envisioning a new future for Supportive Housing nationally!
A pioneer through-and-through. When temporary shelters weren't enough, CHP sprang up - of and by the people - to create a solution to the homelessness crisis by building and operating dignified housing, then integrating it with onsite services. When supportive housing wasn't quite enough, it created yet another solution by launching job training programs, including a social enterprise that gives folks a fair shot at re/entering the labor force. Now, knowing that supportive housing shouldn’t be the end-goal for folks that have overcome homelessness and want to move forward with their lives, CHP is crafting a new paradigm to equip folks with the opportunities to seize their own solutions. A truly empowering force like none-other. Champion their cause like I do, and join the solution(s).
San Francisco is a beautiful city and homelessness is a visible problem that we witness everyday. As a young professional living in the city, one of the things I can do to help is finding the best organization that passionately works toward solving the problem and supporting its mission. CHP is a service based organization that uses supportive housing as a platform to help homeless in our city, and I believe that my donation is putting to good use. Thanks CHP for doing the great work for the city I love and the people in need!
Homelessness is a crushing problem in San Francisco and CHP is one of the most important organizations trying to help.
As an intern in their transitional employment social enterprise, I was impressed by their dedication to their work, the business acumen with which they operated, and, most importantly, the relationships they emphasized with their clients and staff.
CHP has a suite of holistic services that requires incredible thought and care to coordinate and get right. From the case managers working in buildings to financial analysts in headquarters, the uniform dedication to the mission is stunning and rare to find.
It's been a great honor to be a volunteer for CHP. Over the past year I've had this amazing opportunity to watch closer what an amazing job these guys do! Helping homeless people not only to have a better opportunity in life, but also helping them shine, showing their talents and become stars.
I'm excited for all that this honorable leadership and staff has still to conquer in the future.
As a long-term resident of San Francisco, it is an honor to contribute to its betterment by serving on CHP’s Board.
CHP is a service organization that offers holistic solutions addressing homelessness. CHP provides supportive housing as well as comprehensive job training and placement services, setting up its residents to reach self-sufficiency, independence, and transform their lives.
I admire the work CHP’s committed leadership and staff have been doing for 25+ years and am excited about its future.
I've been volunteering at CHP for about a year now and have been very impressed by everyone's passion for their mission and how well the staff works together. The services they provide to those in need are tremendous. Their care, concern and passion can be seen in everything they do.
It is inspiring to serve on the Board of CHP. I am able to witness the explicit dedication of the leadership team and staff, and the passion they collectively bring to bear to deliver on the important mission of the organization. Homelessness is a visible, longstanding problem in San Francisco, so it is particularly heartening to be a part of an organization that delivers a suite of solutions to what is often times seen as an intractable issue. Using housing as a foundation – which they develop and manage – they provide a comprehensive network of services, including job training and placement programs, to set individuals and families on a pathway to success. I could not be prouder to be part of such a worthy cause.
Community Housing Partnership stands out among the many nonprofits in San Francisco because of its far-reaching vision—to provide housing for homeless San Franciscans and at the same time to offer holistic support services that give residents a chance to stabilize their lives, to succeed in making new lives, often to find and keep jobs. CHP helps residents to become self-sufficient, provides social enterprise and job training, and does community organizing, which allows residents to voice their concerns and desires. CHP is effective because it focuses on transforming lives, not providing temporary solutions. The staff at CHP are smart and compassionate and absolutely dedicated to carrying out that vision.
It is so gratifying to have a chance to volunteer at CHP. I’ve long wanted to do some small thing to help the homeless in San Francisco, and CHP provides a wonderful opportunity because they’ve developed an approach that works.
Community Housing Partnership was a pioneer in their field when they began 25+ years ago and remains one of the most innovative and effective organizations ending homelessness in San Francisco.
As a housing developer, they've created some gorgeous buildings that provide dignity and hope to residents. I am also encouraged by the quality of care and support provided to clients & residents by the support services staff. CHP is holistic and addresses the underlying issues that cause those who've experienced homelessness to end up back on the street.
I admire their work and look forward to seeing what they build over the next few years as they continue to roll out the strategic plan they put together recently. It's a testament to their commitment to learning, evaluation, and efficacy! :)
I was engaged on a 3-month project as interim controller and had the opportunity to know the Senior Management Team and worked closely with each member. My role was to observe and recommend the best practices to meet the expanding needs of CHP. Its noble mission is reaping rewards and recognitions. The Executive Team is sincere and loyal to CHP's mission of providing decent affordable housing to former homeless in San Francisco
I will not forget and will be supportive.
San Francisco has a huge number of non-profits, most of which I'm sure are helpful. I can honestly say that the Community Housing Partnership has touched me & my my daughter through it's work with our closest friends & neighbors. My daughter was in the 2009 Talent show with 5 classmates/clients. This year my daughters best friend from school (since kindergarten) was in the Talent Show and their group took 1st place! Another friend and her 2 year old daughter have a safe place to live thanks to the Community Housing Partnership. Whatever it is they are doing is working. I have another neighbor interning, training to go to work! Keep it up!