Making a Difference on Homelessness and Affordable Housing

Mayor Breed at the opening of 120 units of newly renovated public housing for seniors and people with disabilities earlier this week

$90.5 million — Affordable Housing through The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (One-Time Funding)

Funding to Complete Construction of Homeless Housing Site — $42 million will provide the gap funding for approximately 255 new affordable rental units for formerly homeless adults and seniors.

$90.5 million — Homelessness, Streets, & Behavioral Health (4 Year Funding)

New Supportive Housing Units for Formerly Homeless Individuals — $30 million to fund 300 new units of permanent supportive housing.

Outline of Baseline and Reserve Funding

Spending priorities for the remaining approximately $234 million allocated to mandated baselines and reserves:

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