Why are we different?
The HomeMore Project began from the Tenderloin in San Francisco on O’Farrell and Jones, developing our programs from first hand research and conversations with people unhoused in the neighborhood.
We aspire to provide individuals experiencing homelessness with the shelter, resources, connections, and personnel to assist in their transition back to living a self-sustaining way of life.
At HomeMore, providing a place to stay is only the first step. Residents will participate in Our Transitional Housing Program, where they will be provided with adequate housing, nutrition options, extensive mental and physical healthcare, real-world educators and employers, and a wide variety of other resources.
The HomeMore Project envisions a future where every individual in need of temporary housing is not only provided with a safe space but is also empowered with the connections, resources, and support necessary to achieve a self-sustaining life. Whether facing challenges related to mental health, addiction, or economic hardship, we are committed to serving as a catalyst for their successful transition out of homelessness.
Hi, my name is Zac! I started The HomeMore Project to bring to light the current situation of homelessness in California while attempting to move the ball forward in the implementation of a new long-term approach to homelessness!
From my apartment window in the Tenderloin observing an encampment for over two years to now donating over 500 of our Makeshift Traveler and finalizing our plans for Our Transitional Housing Program, it has been a crazy ride! We are just getting started, though. Thank you so much for your support of the organization, and if you have any ideas or projects you want to be involved in, please let us know!