Chair The Love
Help furnish a solution to homelessness
Our clients and community deserve the best. Each year PRC helps 5,000 low-income, health challenged adults stabilize their lives. But it’s hard to dream big in threadbare chairs and broken folding tables.
Partnering with the brightest innovators in San Francisco design, PRC’s Service Center creates a welcoming and inspiring space where everyone can dream big—and break cycles of poverty, ill-health, and homelessness.
Now we need your help to furnish our new Service Center. Please act now and Chair the Love!
Under one roof, PRC is establishing a SoMa community hub to lift people affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use, or mental health issues up, out of poverty, off the streets, and into wellness.
Funds raised to date
Days until the new consolidated Service Center opens
Number of people who’ve Chaired the Love so far
Campaign Goal: $250,000
Success stories like these are only possible with contributions from friends like you. We’re grateful.
"PRC helped me to both find work and apply to the Department of Rehabilitation to offset my school costs. After getting setup with ADAP to cover my prescription costs, I needed more flexible work to continue my Master’s degree. I did it, and I have now had my own successful business for over 3 years!"Client, Workforce Development
"After reaching 20 days sober I moved into Ferguson Place [PRC Baker Places]. During the 90 days that followed I found the structure I needed to continue to my sobriety… and accessed Benefits Counseling to get on SSDI to stabilize my income. Five years later, I am still sober and am back to work as a consultant. Thanks to PRC, I’ve made a new life."Client, Residential Treatment services and Legal Advocacy
"PRC took away the fear I had about the process and challenges of filing for permanent disability. I was awarded SSDI (Disability Income) on the first round of submissions for which I am truly grateful. Now I can focus on my health and worry less about money."Client, Legal Advocacy
"I came to PRC in crisis after losing my job. They connected me to AIDS Emergency Fund … who provided me with a month’s rent to secure my housing. With my history of substance abuse, PRC connected me to counseling while helping me find a barista position at a private club. With the support of PRC and my counselor, I am confident in keeping this job."Client, Workforce Development and Emergency Financial Assistance
"After my 90-days [of residential treatment] at Acceptance Place, I moved into a PRC Baker Places Co-op apartment. Within four months I was working part-time, and now a year later I’ve found full-time permanent work. The Co-op provided me support and community to pick the pieces of my life up."Client, Residential Treatment and Scattered Site Transitional Housing
PRC is making a direct and lasting impact on the lives of our clients – and their loved ones – helping them learn to play an active role in their recovery. Give the gift of a soft landing today to help us eliminate and reduce substance use among 2,000 adults over the next 5 years.