The San Francisco Anti Displacement Coalition was formed by tenant organizations and allies to organize against the soaring evictions and rent increases in our city, which have resulted in the displacement of thousands of San Franciscans.

  • We believe that all tenants have a right to safe, secure and affordable places to live. We support strong public policies that protect these rights.
  • We believe that real estate speculation destabilizes neighborhoods, communities and economies. We support regulation and controls on such speculation.
  • We believe that the future of San Francisco as a culturally diverse, vibrant and creative city depends on its capacity to protect tenants from displacement and neighborhoods from losing their character and their social and economic diversity.
  • We are committed to building a democratic, inclusive, and nonviolent movement for social change to advance these values and policies.


The SFADC is comprised of the following organizations:

  • Affordable Housing Alliance
  • AIDS Housing Alliance
  • Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment
  • Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
  • Asian Law Caucus
  • Bill Sorro Housing Program
  • Causa Justa/Just Cause
  • Chinatown Community Development Center
  • Community Tenants Association
  • Council of Community Housing Organizations
  • D8 Democrats
  • Eviction Defense Collaborative
  • Eviction Free San Francisco
  • Harvey Milk Democratic Club
  • Hospitality House
  • Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco
  • Jobs with Justice
  • Mission Economic Development Agency
  • Mission SRO Collaborative
  • People Organized to Win Employment Rights
  • San Francisco Tenants Union
  • San Francisco League of Pissed Off Voters
  • San Francisco Rising Alliance
  • Senior Disability Action
  • South of Market Community Action Network
  • Tenants Together
  • Tenderloin Housing Clinic
  • And volunteers from all walks of life.

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