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Pomeroy Residence Homes

2626 & 2750 Fulton Street

Pomeroy Residential Care Manager  

Paivi Hakala


Pomeroy Recreation & Rehabilitation Center and Helpers Community, Inc. formed a partnership in 2019 to open two residential homes for up to 11 adults with intellectual disabilities, plus on-site staff. Helpers owns the properties, and Pomeroy leases, staffs, and populates the homes which are located across from Golden Gate Park. In San Francisco, there is never enough affordable care homes for adults with ID, but together these two organizations are working to make safe places for as many people as possible.



Is this facility licensed by state of California? California Department of Social Services

Who will live here? Individuals that have developmental and/or intellectual disabilities referred to us and approved by the Golden Gate Regional Center (GGRC)

What is the approval/selection process? Individuals referred by Golden Gate Regional Center will be reviewed for their overall compatibility with the other residents in the household and individual need.

What is the maximum residency? Six (6) adults, 22yo and up

Is the house accessible for mobility-impaired people? Not at this time.


About 2626 Fulton

Built in 1926, 2626 Fulton St is a two-story 5BR/4BA house in San Francisco’s Inner Richmond neighborhood, near Lone Mountain. The house sits on a 2,739 sf lot, and has a backyard and garage.


About Pomeroy Recreation & Rehabilitation Center

Pomeroy Center envisions a stronger community providing opportunity and respect, embracing diversity, and inspiring people with disabilities to live a full life. Founded in 1952 by Janet Pomeroy, the mission of PRRC is to provide recreation, vocational and educational opportunities for people with disabilities through programs and services that encourage self-expression, promote personal achievement, and lead to greater independence. The PRRC facilities include a therapeutic swimming pool, gymnasium, adaptive computer lab, full kitchen, playground, theater with stage, and a community garden with a greenhouse. The Center also provides employment training and job placement for individuals with disabilities and works to serve people who have experienced traumatic brain injury (TBI). 415.665.4100


About Helpers

Founded in 1953 and incorporated in 1958, Helpers Community is a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to assisting community members with developmental disabilities and the organizations that serve them in the greater Bay Area. Since 1974 Helpers operated the Helpers Bazaar in Ghiradelli Square.  In 2019 Helpers moved its’ store location to 1947 Union Street where it became the Helpers Artisan Boutique, a unique gift boutique featuring only handcrafted gift items, art, textiles, books, candles, greeting cards, tea towels, and farm to bottle locally sourced and other edibles.  All art and products are created only by Individuals with Developmental Disabilities or produced by organizations with a similar mission from the greater Bay Area and across the US.   Helpers Artisan Boutique currently partners with organizations in the Greater Bay Area to provide job training for program participants who are training for a retail career and learning customer service, merchandising and technical skills such as Square, point of sale transactions.  415.387.3031

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