Comprehensive assistance for Silicon Valley residents

Midtown navigates families in crisis to stable housing, sustained employment, and self-sufficiency

Our holistic approach supports families through case management, needs assessment, financial coaching, direct referrals, and emergency financial assistance.

Protecting the Family Unit

We connect families with stable housing, financial assistance and comprehensive support services

If immediate financial assistance or shelter services are needed to get or stay housed, we will help identify what resources are appropriate for each individual or family's situation, help them gather the required documentation, and submit the necessary application, staying engaged until needs are met.

Step 1

At-risk families and individuals contact us

Bay Area residents who are homeless or-at risk of becoming homeless are encouraged to contact us by phone or email.

Step 2

We evaluate their circumstances

We connect with potential clients to determine what is needed to achieve economic, social, and housing self-sufficiency.

Step 3

We help families obtain needed assistance

We help our client gather and prepare the required documents and submit their applications to the appropriate agencies.

Step 4

We stay engaged throughout the process

Whether it takes weeks or months, we are always at our client's service to make sure they get the support they need.

Make a difference

We can’t do it without you

We are proud of our work over the last 7 years, but there are still thousands of homeless families in need. You can help us change their lives and change our community.

1,800+
Local families assisted annually

We meet the needs of over 1,800 local families each year.

85%
Of families stay permanently housed

A large majority of our clients maintain housed status after working with us

+540
More families assisted

Our goal is to serve 30% more families and individuals over the next two years

Data Driven

We use a self-sufficiency matrix to measure success

Midtown's self-sufficiency matrix allows us to break down the complex and interrelated factors that impact an individuals health, wealth, and happiness into measurable statistics that we can use to make decisions and monitor success.

Our Evidence Based Methodology
Dedicated to our community

Midtown Family Services team

Executive Director

Stuart Richardson

Re-entry Services Case Manager

Tony Serrano

Re-entry Services Case Manager

Mario Canas

Summer Intern

BaoThy Nguyen

Homelessness Prevention Service Coordinator

Tania Martinez

Homelessness Prevention Service Coordinator

Erika Coll

Homelessness Prevention Service Coordinator

Anahi Osorio

Homelessnessness Prevention Outreach Assistant

Adwoa Armah

Homelessnessness Prevention Outreach Assistant

Jennifer Escalera

Local Leaders

Midtown Family Services board of directors

Founder & Chair

Ted Geiszler

Co-Founder (2003) of Farpointe Data • Founder (1990), former CEO, and current Chairman of Keri Systems Inc. • Founder (1985) and former CEO of Indala Corp. • Founder (1972) of Stellar System.

Treasurer

Doreen Geiszler

Volunteer

Secretary and Legal Counsel

Christine A. Robison

Principal at The Law Offices of Christine A. Robison, APC

Assistant Secretary

Jerry Amaro

Retired Contract Administrator and Program Analyst for Center for Employment Training.

Advisor to Executive Director

Jorge Sanchez

VP of Operations, Latin American and Asian Sales at Keri Systems.

Advisor to CFO

Patrick Scheufler

Principal at Patrick Scheufler Accountancy based in Aptos, CA.

Board Member

Mark Linder

Principal at Mark Linder & Associates • Former City Manager for City of Campbell, CA. • Former Director of Parks and Recreation, City of Cupertino, CA. • Former Deputy City Manager San Jose, CA.

Our Promise and Commitment

We hold ourselves to the highest standard

INNOVATION

We accomplish our goals by adopting an innovative approach to homelessness to housing support. We are not afraid to do things differently.

INTEGRITY

We engage in programs that are consistent with our mission of preventing families and individuals from becoming homeless while executing with the highest level of professionalism.

COLLABORATION

Partnering with our community as a whole, including volunteers, local government, and patrons, to provide the highest level of service possible to families in need.

COMPASSION

We provide a supportive and nurturing environment to the families we serve, thus creating an environment where acceptance and dignity are experienced by all.

CONNECTION

We honor the human connections between people by acting in a humanitarian way. We serve as agents of change for the larger community.

ACCOUNTABILITY

We measure our success by whether our services allow families in need, and our larger community, to change for the better. Self-assessment and measurable results ensure that our progress remains consistent with our mission.

STEWARDSHIP

Our mission is accomplished by depending on others’ generosity and compassion. We respect our patrons and volunteers by promoting responsible stewardship of the resources they entrust us with.

EXCELLENCE

We value and uphold the highest ethical and professional standards by supporting visionary governance, excellent service, and critically needed support in a timely manner.

Get involved in your community

Donate

Invest in your community with the confidence that your contribution will provide support for families with the greatest need.

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Get assistance

Do you need assistance? We are here to help. Email support@midtownfs.org or give us a call.

Volunteer

Use your energy and skills to provide support for local families and make your community healthier and happier.

Partner with us

Provide funding or services to previously incarcerated individuals and want to help? Contact us today.

Programs

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