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I Understand

San Francisco SafeHouse

Our mission is to empower and support women who are experiencing housing instability and sexual exploitation or trafficking, by creating survivor-centered spaces, services, advocacy, and community education.

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Advocacy Victim
Advocacy Community
Case Management
Community Education
Education Assistance
Job Training
Mental Health
Shelter Short Term
Substance Abuse help
Financial literacy education
legal services referrals

For Survivors

The Hope Center- Drop in Support Services For Women:

At the Center, women who are experiencing homelessness and/or sexual exploitation will find a community where they can receive practical and emotional support tailored to their needs. We hope that the Hope Center is a space where all women can feel comfortable.
At the Center, women have access to a web of supportive services, including case management, access to basic resources, rental assistance, groups, social opportunities and more. The Hope Center is a dynamic space where participants have a direct hand in shaping and executing programming and where women’s voices are amplified and celebrated.

Transitional House:
SafeHouse is a home with shared bedrooms, a full kitchen, spacious living space, outdoor areas and a fitness room. It is our hope that for the 18 months women stay at SafeHouse that they feel at home and like they can make the space their own.
Our supportive services are designed to assist residents in meeting the goals they set for themselves. In order to do this, we provide the following for all residents living at SafeHouse:

  • Individualized case management
  • Access to individual and group therapy as desired
  • Rotating activities and classes as identified by the residents like yoga, acupuncture, domestic violence support
  • Financial and practical support to work on educational or vocational goals
  • Resident and staff outings and retreats
  • An innovative Internship Program that offers job readiness training and often leads to a permanent position
  • Assistance in locating permanent housing after leaving SafeHouse.
  • Programs designed to assist with money management, savings and the cost of leaving transitional housing for permanent housing

For Advocates

We have several ways to get involved and help SF SafeHouse! Whether you would like to volunteer your trade or expertise, or make a monetary donation, you can help.

  • Make  a financial donation
  • Go to sfsafehouse.org and click on Wish List. You will find everything from PJ's to cookware to toothbrushes.
  • Send a gift card for Home Depot, Amazon, Costco
  • Organize a Facebook fundraiser for SafeHouse.
  • You can also support our mission by joining us on our social media channels.

EVENforONE is excited to explore how we can best support the referral aspects of the counter-trafficking fight and will be launching refined services and tools in the future!
Due to this developmental season we'll be temporarily stepping back from case management, for both overcomers and other anti-trafficking organizations. The primary purpose is to take what we’ve been learning so far and improve our support structure and our processes to ensure we’re contributing to effective and sustainable healing outcomes for everyone engaging with our advocacy-based assistance in the future. While we're on this pause, our public database will still remain fully available for use.
This is a public database of resources available in the counter-trafficking fight. We do our best to verify these resources are safe and trustworthy, but EVENforONE assumes no responsibility related to your use of these resources - use at your own risk - and please make the best decisions you can to guard your own safety. As a whole, the anti-trafficking community still has a lot to learn about how to collaborate well for assisting overcomers in a consistently healthy way, and EVENforONE desires to be a positive advocate for that as we learn and grow too.