Canon Kip Community House (705 Natoma Street), the first new construction complex in San Francisco for disabled homeless adults, opened in 1994, in the South of Market neighborhood. Today, Canon Kip continues to accommodate 104 formerly homeless individuals in SRO units.

In addition to a communal kitchen and lounge on the first floor, Canon Kip is also home to the Canon Kip Senior Center, which operates seven days a week, as well as the CHEFS program, ECS's culinary training program for homeless adults.

To apply for ECS supportive housing, you must be directed to us by the City of San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, having been found eligible for a City program. For more information, please visit the DHSH website or give them a call at (415) 252-3232.


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