The Bayview Vehicle Triage Center (VTC) opened in January 2022 with 53 parking spots, and will eventually include up to 135 parking spaces for 203 people. The Center provides 24/7 staffing and security, bathrooms, mobile shower facilities, potable water, and mobile blackwater pumping services. Additionally, the Center will provide people living in their vehicles in the immediate area with access to services designed to help stabilize their lives through health care, housing, employment, or other interventions that meet their unique needs and lead to a permanent exit from homelessness. The Bayview VTC is funded by Proposition C, which voters passed in 2018, and newly secured state resources. The center will be operated by the non-profit organizations Urban Alchemy and Bayview Hunters Point Foundation and will operate for 2 years

Strategy
House/Stabilize
Population Served
Vehicle homelessness
County
San Francisco
Partners
  • Bayview Hunters Point Foundation
  • CA State Parks
  • City of San Francisco
  • Urban Alchemy