• Permanent housing for 450 formerly homeless
• 6 housing sites located in San Francisco's Tenderloin and Mission neighborhoods
• 24 hour staff focused on security, stability, and maintaining the properties



• Health, education and cooking classes
• Yoga sessions and art activities
• Free grocery programs
• Collaboration with Department of Public Health support services & nursing staff, the Red Cross, The Dope Project, California Shakespeare Theater and many others



• Regular community meals, coffee, and group meetings
• Sidewalk gardens and public art mural
• Annual Tenant Appreciation Party and Tenant Feel Good Fair
• Holiday Celebrations, including gifts for all tenants

Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing is making headlines! Check out Hoodline/Central City Extra’s article highlighting our work to beautify the Tenderloin with a mural  on the Windsor overlooking the newly renovated Boeddeker Park. We were awarded a Community Challenge Grant for $40k that will allow us to work with the community and 1:AM artists in developing a mural that visually represents our mission here at DISH: Everyone Deserves a Home. The work isn’t over yet though! As a grant winner we must match a percentage of the awarded funds to pay for the mural project and cover additional costs. That’s why team DISH Breakers will crawl run to the bay for the third consecutive ...