Housing First evictions

These eviction filings are all Tenderloin Housing Clinic, a non profit that is exclusively Housing First supportive housing for the chronically homeless in San Francisco

These records tell a very different story than what advocates have been telling the public for the last 15 years. It is also becoming clear that over the course of 15 years, Tenderloin Housing Clinic has evicted more people than they house

more evictions can be found here and here and here

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Tenderloin Housing Clinic 2014 tax form 990

Tenderloin Housing Clinic non profit tax form 990, the latest available from the California Attorney Generals office

Tenderloin.housing.clinic.990.2014 by Jeff Webb on Scribd

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Randy Shaw accused of racism in lawsuit

This lawsuit dates back a few years to 2014 and the original complaint is

Case Number: CGC 12 526406
Title: ANTONIO AMADO VAZ VS. TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC, INC. et al
Cause of Action: WRONGFUL DISCHARGE

Randy Shaw is the head of Tenderloin Housing Clinic, the largest provider of supportive housing for the homeless in San Francisco. The organization receives more than 27 million dollars a year in local and federal funds which comprise nearly 100% of it’s budget

The lawsuit was settled with Randy Shaw signing off on an undisclosed payment of taxpayer money to the plaintiff

NOV-15-2013 LAW AND MOTION, 302, DEFENDANT TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC, INC.’S DEMURRER TO 2ND AMENDED COMPLAINT IS OFF CALENDAR. NOTICE OF UNCONDITIONAL SETTLEMENT OF ENTIRE CASE FILED ON NOVEMBER 13, 2013. JUDGE: PETER J. BUSCH, CLERK: LESLEY FISCELLA, NOT REPORTED.

The racism allegation is one of many allegations in the lawsuit including threats, intimidation, harassment and retaliation of employees and tenants by the senior staff of Tenderloin Housing Clinic

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Vaz.v.tenderloin.housing.clinic.pna.Mem.5.23.13(1)

The initial compliant can be found in this answer by THC at the bottom in the exhibit attachment

Vaz.v.tenderloin.housing.clinic.pna.Mem.5.23.13 by Jeff Webb on Scribd

This lawsuit is related to another lawsuit where Antonio Vaz is a tenant at the Mission Hotel, one of Tenderloin Housing Clinics master leased buildings (the other lawsuit is as an employee)

Andales.v.mission.hotel by Jeff Webb on Scribd

Some of the earliest complaints date back to 2012, and are easier to read and help explain better how this whole mess started

vaz.v.shaw.7.9.12 by Jeff Webb on Scribd

This is also related and cross referenced in this wrongful eviction case filed by Antonio Vaz and shows some of the underhanded ways Tenderloin Housing Clinic gets rid of undesirable tenants. I’ve repeatedly seen anecdotal evidence that these illegal practices are far more widespread than people realize, especially with pre-existing tenants (which are undesirable – rent controlled)

Vaz V THC Wrongful Eviction by Jeff Webb on Scribd

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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #7

Dear Abby, my neighbor keeps yelling he will ‘kill everyone’. Should I not give him the Ginsu knife set?

Krista Gaeta, deputy director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which runs the Jefferson, said some clients are too mentally ill to live in the building, which is overseen by the Human Services Agency. She said “a huge number” belong instead in Direct Access to Housing, which serves a higher-need population.

from SF Public Press

Of course, that’s not stopping Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic from housing them anyway, because Randy Shaw never met a tax dollar he didn’t like


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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #6

Can you count the number of death threats in Randy Shaws Happy Housing #6

Krista Gaeta, deputy director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which runs the Jefferson, said some clients are too mentally ill to live in the building, which is overseen by the Human Services Agency. She said “a huge number” belong instead in Direct Access to Housing, which serves a higher-need population.

from SF Public Press

Of course, that’s not stopping Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic from housing them anyway, because Randy Shaw never met a tax dollar he didn’t like


wXP_1_20150430_120451_01a by auweia1

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Randy Shaw Happy Housing #5

Krista Gaeta, deputy director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which runs the Jefferson, said some clients are too mentally ill to live in the building, which is overseen by the Human Services Agency. She said “a huge number” belong instead in Direct Access to Housing, which serves a higher-need population.

from SF Public Press

Of course, that’s not stopping Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic from housing them anyway, because Randy Shaw never met a tax dollar he didn’t like

This example is one of Randy Shaws clients at the Seneca in Mid Market after he threatened his doctor in the Mission district and the doctor called the police


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resident falls down elevator shaft at the Mission Hotel

Got this sent to me anonymously so it’s unconfirmed, but this should be investigated especially if Randy Shaws company, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which master leases the Mission Hotel, is trying to cover it up
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Longtime mission hotel resident Charles Davis has been complaining to anyone who would listen that THC has been giving him the shaft for years. He is in his 70’s and blind. he uses a cane combined with his memory to navigate,.

2 or 3 days ago, Mr Davis was headed to an upper floor to visit another resident. as he always does, he tapped his way across the lobby toward the elevator and pushed the call button. Normally he can determine the elevator’s status by the sounds of its machinery. but with the street noise and the lobby often full of residents, its not a perfect system. so after waiting what seemed to be too long, Charles opened to elevator door and remarked ..”you mean I’ve been waiting all this time for an elevator that’s here!”.

He then stepped into he elevator shaft ! There was no car….and as gravity works, a second later Charles was in a heap at the bottom of the elevator shaft (aka: the pit) It was pitch dark. The first residents could only hear his moans coming from the darkness and resorted to using Bic lighters to try to see him. By the grace of God, Charles impacted in a small area without heavy equipment that would have impaled him and the vintage 220 volt electrical equipment that would have killed him if he impacted it. Despite the horrific scene, it was quite apparent what LUCK Charles had.

Its almost unbelievable, but because the Mission Hotel is built over what was Mission Creek, the building has no traditional basement. Consequently, the elevator pit is far less deep than one might expect. Moreover, Charles had the good fortune of entering at the lobby level which limited his fall to about 15 feet . Had he entered on any of the upper floors he likely would have died.

While waiting for emergency services to arrive, Charles managed to communicate that he was hurt but he didn’t think he was seriously injured. With those words, there was a second a sigh of relief from everyone present.. But then it was realized that elevator car, located above the lobby level was still powered and should it descend, the shallow pit design left no spare room and Charles could be crushed before he was rescued.

In the end Charles was successfully rescued. He is bruised and very sore, but he will recover. Amazingly, he did not suffer a single bone break! (tough old goat!)

A couple of interesting points:

A] THC is furiously trying to keep a lid on the story.. in its typical bully-like, classless and crude style There has been much said at the BoS about unsafe SRO elevators in recent times..

B] About a year ago (maybe two) the geniuses in charge at THC dropped their existing (and very well liked) elevator maintenance company Bleythle (sp) (Dan the elevator man)
after more than 12 years for a cheaper company despite the fact THC oversees some the oldest and trickiest elevators anywhere to keep running and Bleythe specializes
on San Francisco’s many antique lifts!

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demolishing Tenderloin Housing Clinic

Here’s how Tenderloin Housing Clinic residents demolish their homes piece by piece, and without a license!

It’s Randy Shaws Wrecking Crew!

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Crackheads of the Day #115

This episode of genocide in slow motion brought to you by Tenderloin Housing Clinic who’s generous contributions have made this series possible

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Crackheads of the Day #114

Mid Markets carousel of human misery, courtesy of Tenderloin Housing Clinic

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