OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE
We will offer mail services and provide food as needed to veterans who currently receive their mail at 1060 Howard Street in San Francisco and 330 Franklin Street, Suite 100 in Oakland. Triage may be offered to veterans in need of immediate/emergency services.
We will continue to process rent checks and provide support with housing placement and moving expenses during this time.
If you are a San Francisco resident seeking help with VA benefits or a discharge upgrade, we can help. Please contact us at 415.727.VETS or email@example.com.
All San Francisco veterans are eligible for a free one-time consultation with our attorneys, regardless of discharge status, the era of service, or length of service.
Please note – We do not guarantee representation or ongoing assistance. We hope to return to our regular drop-in hours soon where all veterans who can attend are welcome.
We are limiting all group activities and non-essential services in our housing programs. During this period, we will have Front Desk staff, maintenance staff & janitorial staff, and mental health staff only on a regular basis. Case management will be limited. Meal services in our programs will continue, but will be boxed prepared meals. We are also providing residents with additional resources for groceries and boxed meals.
Our employment services have been uninterrupted during this time, however, job training programs have been limited. If you need to contact us please email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently our office hours are limited and by appointment only. If you are already enrolled with our E&T services, please contact your E&T Employment Specialist or Job Developer directly.
Please note that things are changing rapidly and business hours and available services are subject to change.
OUR COVID NEEDS
provide adequate compensation for frontline staff to continue vital services and transportation for essential workers
increase food services at our housing sites and distribute food gift cards to primarily unsheltered veterans, who are experiencing increased food insecurity
move unsheltered veterans into housing and we are increasing our emergency housing resources
increase janitorial services and supplies at each of our housing facilities and drop-in locations