Families & Youth in Transition Program

Teri Gee, MS, PPS, DPS
FYIT Head Counselor
Morenike O'Neal  
FYIT Program Administrator
Special Populations and Programs
20 Cook Street SF CA 94118
Phone: (415) 750-4500 ext. 1408
Fax: (415) 750-8653


For information on how to complete forms, please contact the FYIT Liaison.

Google Forms:


Community Resources

Families on the verge of homelessness
Eviction Prevention & Rental Assistance services: back rent assistance, tenant education and legal services, housing stabilization, and case management.

  • Eviction Defense Collaborative (EDC) (415) 947-0797.
  • Catholic Charities Rental Assistance Program (415) 972-1333.

Families homeless and need shelter

  • Connecting Point (CP) is the centralized in-take agency for families accessing city-funded family shelters. CP operates a toll-free hotline and provides crisis counseling, information referral, drop-in services, and manages the wait list for family shelter. (415) 442-5130. www.compass-sf.org. 995 Market Street 6th Floor, San Francisco, CA.
  • Hamilton Family Emergency Center has 1-60 day emergency shelter beds. Call for availability @ 11a.m.or 5p.m. at (415) 292-5228.
  • Raphael House is the only private shelter in San Francisco. To schedule an intake, please call (415) 474-4621.
  • www.myhousing.org – excellent website for families to find community resources & housing in San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa Counties.

Families fleeing domestic violence

  • Riley Center offers safe & confidential services for women in abusive relationships and their children at Brennan House & Rosalie House. 24 hr Crisis Hotline (415) 255-0165.
  • WOMAN Inc (Woman Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent) serve battered women in San Francisco and the Bay Area. (415) 864-4722 or 1-877-384-3578.
  • La Casa De Las Madres offers emergency shelter and community based services for abused women, teen, and their children. Adult line- 1-877-503-1850.
    Teen Line-1-877-923-0700.


Other Resources

  • Larkin Street Youth Services – Serving unaccompanied youth by offering the following services: health services, education & employment, and housing. 1142 Sutter St. Suite 700, San Francisco, CA. (415) 673-0911.
  • Homeless Pre-Natal Program- Provide services for low-income families and homeless families with assisting in accessing the following services: housing/shelter, prenatal and parenting programs, mental health, substance abuse, immigration, and domestic violence, computer and ESL classes. 2500 18th St. San Francisco, CA. (415) 546-6756.
  • Huckleberry Youth Programs- Offers continuous 24-hour crisis services and emergency shelter to high-risk youth between the ages of 11 and 17. (415) 668-2622.


National Resources

  • The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty (202) 638-2535 or  www.nlchp.org
  • The National Association for the Education of Homeless Children & Youth (202) 364-7392 or www.naehcy.org




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