Community Services

The Westside Community Services Division provides community support to improve the psychological, spiritual and overall wellbeing of our community residents. This support includes emotional and practical support for survivors of traumatic loss due to homicide, terminal illness, multigenerational trauma, accidents, suicide and violence. Programming includes Transitional Housing, Therapeutic Living Communities and African American focused community services for San Francisco vulnerable populations who have been marginalized due to poverty, race, mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS and homelessness.

Westside Community Services Transitional Housing

James Baldwin House (Bayview Hunters Point)

Her House (Fillmore District)

HEALTHY. EVOLVING. RADIANT.

H.E.R House is a partnership between the San Francisco Adult Probation Department and Westside Community Services, Positive Directions,Sister’s Circle, and Solutions for Women. All BIPOC lead, H.E.R. House leverages each organization’s expertise in recovery to provide gender responsive, trauma informed services.
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Our House (Fillmore District)

"Our House" is a clean and sober living environment located in San Francisco’s Lower Haight. Communal living for up to 24 males, the structured program is centered around maintaining participants’ recovery, improving communication, and increasing self-sufficiency in efforts to meet permanent housing goals.

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Westside Family (Fillmore District)

The African American Health Collaborative

Westside’s African American Health Collaborative utilizes an Afrocentric holistic approach to service delivery, acknowledging that African American families are impacted by socio-economic co-factors that influence outcomes.

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Black to the Future

Black to the Future is a collaborative of 17 agencies committed to enhancing educational and economic opportunities for the African American community by instilling the necessary tools to become successful through Family Support and Advocacy; Education; Health and Wellness; Workforce Development; and, Violence Prevention.

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