Community Awareness & Treatment Services, Inc.

hope

for change

help

those in need

save

lives

For more than 30 years, Community Awareness & Treatment Services, Inc. (CATS) has devoted its energy to passionately serving the chronically homeless population providing safe and accessible services. We have a network of seven programs that offer a continuum of care where dedicated staff give support, transportation and housing.  Our goal is to reach farther to serve those who are the hardest to reach. 

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Changing the lives  

of homeless men and women since 1978

FUNDRAISER - June 6, 2014 

our wish list

aids walk - july 20, 2014

Below is a list of items needed at CATS to assist with ongoing operations and to enable us to complete our mission.

 


CATS will once again participate in AIDS Walk on July 20, 2014 to raise funds to support the homeless women in the HIV+/ AIDS program at A Woman's Place (AWP).  It's easy to donate by clicking below.

CATS invites you to an evening of "People,

Stories & Possibilites," on Friday, June 6, 2014, 5:30-8:00 pm at the Cova Hotel in San Francisco, focusing on senior homeless adults. For more information & to buy tickets, click below.

the lives we impact

Mr. Jones

Read how his life improved after getting the proper care.

OUr progRams put Hope into Action

Robert

Read his story of how his life changed after finding a place of his own.

Steve

Read his story of how his life changed after finding a permanent home.

introducing our latest youtube video 

Produced by our board member Buddy Saleman, check out Felicia Houston, A Woman's Place Program Director & Rann Parker, San Francisco Homeless Outreach Team Specialist, City of County of San Francisco officials, Barbara Garcia, Director of Health at the SF Department of Public Health and Bevan Dufty, Director of Hope and others in a short film.

SEE HOPE IN ACTION