St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco (SVDP-SF) offers 4 programs to help people overcome poverty, homelessness, addiction & domestic violence:
1) Help Desk - a distribution center that offers people from low-income/homeless backgrounds access to free clothing, food, and basic household items.
2) Riley Center - our program that offers safe and confidential supportive services, community resources, and housing to survivors of domestic violence and their children.
3) Wellness Center - our program where we offer integrative approaches to healing for folks dealing with mental health challenges and substance abuse through free classes and support groups.
4) MSC-South - the largest homeless shelter in Northern CA supporting approximately 400 people a day, every day of the year, by providing shelter, access to 2 meals a day, case management & more.
We need helping hands every day!
Mission: The St. Vincent de Paul Society was established in San Francisco more than 150 years ago, in 1860, and was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1964. It remains one of the oldest charities, as well as one of the largest social service agencies in the City.
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