Watch mySight in action


See how mySight is fixing the housing crisis for San Franciscans like you.

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You spoke. We listened.


Real life quotes from actual people.

No, mySight isn't real.


But San Francisco’s homelessness crisis is, and there are things you can do to help.

  • Get human.
  • Get educated.
  • Get involved.
  • Get loud.

Not sure how to interact with someone who’s unhoused? Here are a few things you can do:

  • Acknowledge people when they speak to you.
  • Even if you can’t give what someone is asking for, a smile or a nod of a head is better than ignoring them.
  • Ask what people want - don’t assume you know.
  • Check out this guide from the Coalition on Homelessness to learn more.

Know and understand what's going on in regards to the homelessness crisis.

Good news: there are tons of fantastic organizations out there doing great work that you can donate your time or money to. Here are a few worth checking out:

General Bay Area guide from the SF Chronicle

SF

  • Coalition on Homelessness: CoH conducts outreach, advocacy, and organizing in partnership with unhoused residents.
  • Project Homeless Connect: Provides direct services such as haircuts, showers, and vision/dental to unhoused residents.
  • Concrn: Concrn trains community members and dispatches them to respond to crises.
  • Saint Francis Homeless Challenge: DFH is working to create safe organized spaces (SOS) for unhoused residents of San Francisco
  • GLIDE: Provides meals, healthcare, case management, and a variety of services to unhoused residents.
  • Miracle Messages: Help your neighbors experiencing homelessness reunite with their families and friends.

Oakland

  • East Oakland Collective - Provides food, supplies and crisis management services to encampment residents in East Oakland. They also run Feed The Hood, which does large scale food and supply outreach.
  • Punks with Lunch - A guerilla not-for-profit harm reduction outreach organization providing food and other necessities to people experiencing homelessness.
  • Homeless Advocacy Working Group (HAWG)- A collection of people, housed and unhoused, in Oakland, California, pushing for grassroots change to get services and homes to our curbside neighbors.

Speak to the levers of change. If they don't listen, speak louder.

Government policies and companies in the Bay Area have the power to make changes that massively impact the homeless community. Here are a few that you can contact. Tell them what you’d like to see! More transitional housing? More services? More public restrooms?