Lark Inn - San Francisco, CA

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869 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94102
: Phone: 415-749-2968

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Description: 40 bed young adult shelter for 18-24yr old homeless. 120 nights max/yr. residents have access to laundry, tv, internet, 3 meals/day, 9:45pm curfew. must be out between 8:30am-noon and 1pm-5pm on weekdays unless working full time or have bed rest note. 1 bag lunch/day is available for homeless 18-24y.o. who drops by.

Open 24 hours; Must be at shelter at 6:45 p.m. for an emergency bed. Call daily to sign up on the waiting list for access to a longer term bed.
San Francisco's full-service facility for older homeless youth ages 18-24. It provides emergency shelter where young adults can stabilize their lives. It is an entry point for other LSYS programs, including meals, shelter, case management, health care, and job training.
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As a youth-specific shelter, the Lark-Inn is able to meet the specific developmental needs of young people transitioning from adolescence to adulthood.

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