Did your landlord just raise your rent?

Right now your landlord is not allowed to raise your rent by more than 10%. If you have had a rent increase of more than 10%, contact the Rent Board anytime Monday through Friday between 9am-1pm and 1pm-4pm, (415) 252-4631.

Are you a renter having problems with your landlord?

Call the Tenants Together hotline at (888) 495 8020.

Are you unable to pay your rent and worried about eviction? 

If you have lost income due to the COVID-19 epidemic and Shelter in Place orders and are unable to pay your rent, the city has passed a local eviction moratorium for non-payment. In order to be protected, you must notify your landlord within 30 days of your rent being due.

For more information and a letter template of what to send your landlord, go to http://sfadc.org/landingpage/eviction-moratorium

If you plan to notify your landlord that you are unable to pay rent, I recommend calling the Tenants Together hotline at (888) 495 8020.

Do you need to secure housing?

Season of Sharing serves families and adults (disabled and over 60 years of age). Provides assistance with back rent and security deposits. They will be expediting application for grants until June 30th. Call 415.557.6484 or email [email protected]

RADCo serves families and single adults. Provides assistance eviction prevention (rent & utilities) for families and security deposits for families and individuals. For assistance call 415.470.5211 and leave a voicemail with your name, number, and address. You can also email at: [email protected] 

Homeless Prenatal serves families with children. Provides assistance for first month’s rent, security deposit, shallow subsidies, and barriers to housing grants. For referrals & assistance call 415.754.0581.

BISHOP Serves all tenants in finding affordable housing, submitting affordable housing applications, and tenant rights counseling. For assistance call 415.513.5177 and leave a voicemail with your name, number, best time to reach you or email at: [email protected]

Are you experiencing Domestic Violence?

Asian Women’s Shelter -1-877-751-0880 (24-hour hotline). AWS shelter services are open to all survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, including to those with disabilities. Other non-shelter services, including community-building activities and our crisis hotline are open to anyone.For more information, go to http://sfaws.org/programs/direct-services.aspx

Riley Center at the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco - 415-225-0165 (24-hour outline) offers emergency shelter, housing safety planning, counseling, support groups, case management, and other services for domestic violence survivors. For more information, go to https://svdp-sf.org/what-we-do/riley-center/ 

La Casa de las Madres provides emergency shelter, legal assistance, and counseling, support groups, case management and other services for domestic violence survivors. For more information, go to https://www.lacasa.org/

W.O.M.A.N., Inc (Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent) provides peer counseling therapy, safety planning and referrals. For more information, go to http://www.womaninc.org/

Do you have another issue not listed here?

Call your District Supervisor. Contact information available at www.sfbos.org.