CityTeam San Francisco
164 6th Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
Office hours: Mondays through Fridays 9am to 4pm.
Provides a 9 to 12 month drug recovery program.
In San Francisco, CityTeam Ministries is providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to this city's homeless population. CityTeam San Francisco has a wonderful, caring staff and volunteers that provide foot care to many needy people each year. A full recovery program is in place for men that are on a road of destruction from drugs and alcohol.
CityTeam is involved in real life situations with the people that walk through our doors. The caring staff at CityTeam, reaches out to those people in need and shows them there is real hope in Christ in order to formulate an everlasting real change in their lives.
Residential Addiction Recovery Program
Our Residential Recovery Program for men suffering from drug and alcohol addiction, is a 9-12 month program that offers men the ability to escape the vice-grip of addiction through individual and group counseling, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, sexual addiction classes, anger management training, Bible studies, life skills classes, education classes, career enhancement classes, and an after care program for graduates. To learn responsibility, leadership, and stewardship they also are required to work at the mission in all capacities, including dishwashing, cooking, and cleaning.
Homeless Ministries and Community Outreach
We are currently ministering to a growing number of the 4,000 people living on 6th street. We have Bible Studies and AA meetings in several Single Room Occupancy Hotels (SROâ€™s). Our food box program includes distribution from our building and delivery to hotels and apartment complexes. We have special events and programs to meet the needs of families including back-to-school resources and holiday food boxes. Soon we will have English as a second language as well as GED help and computer skills for the adults in the communities where we are working. The mission is to see individuals, families and communities transformed.
The Transitional Shelter program provides a stable and safe environment and case management for 10 chronically homeless men and graduates from our addiction recovery program. For entrance into the transitional shelter, these men must be enrolled in school, working, or looking for work. For those needing additional job readiness skills and work placement assistance we offer entrance into our Homeless Job Empowerment Program (HJEP). HJEP is a soft skills/ job readiness training program. The HJEP program assists these individuals in achieving economic self-sufficiency and housing by addressing the barriers most homeless people face in obtaining employment and housing. We offer a bed with shower and laundry facilities and mail, phone, and internet access, nutritious meals, job preparation, search and placement, resume assistance, instruction in interview skills, computer skills classes, money management and financial education classes, legal services, and case management for each client.