33 Gough Street is an interim supportive housing community in San Francisco built by DignityMoves in collaboration with Tipping Point and the City of San Francisco. The facility is made up of 70 individual rooms, case manager offices, a clinic, a computer lab, and other community spaces using modular construction materials. Every room is equipped with its own bed, desk, window, and, crucially, a door that locks – DignityMoves is committed to the idea that privacy and security help provide the dignity that people who have experienced homelessness need to get back on their feet. Each resident is expected to stay for about 1-3 months as they get stabilized and find permanent housing, during which time they’ll have access to mental health care, addiction services, and other forms of support. The community, which welcomed its first guests in March 2022, will be located on Gough St for its first 18 months and then be relocated to another site in the city.

San Francisco
San Francisco
  • City of San Francisco
  • DignityMoves
  • Tipping Point