Established in 2008, the Tenderloin Technology Lab (TTL) formed as a partnership between St. Anthony Foundation and San Francisco Network Ministries to promote technology training and access to residents of the Tenderloin. The TTL emerged in response to a critical need for technology training in the Tenderloin neighborhood. The collaboration between St. Anthony Foundation (SAF) and San Francisco Network Ministries (SFNM) brings together nearly 100 years of experience in the Tenderloin neighborhood working alongside our poorest brothers and sisters to inspire health, hope, and human dignity.
In September 2013, San Francisco Network Ministries gave the full comtrol of Tenderloin Technology Lab to St. Anthony Foundation.
The TTL is a state-of-the-art technology training center with 36 computer work-stations; a wide range of basic, intermediate computer classes; one-on-one vocational counseling and technology training; computer repair sessions, and other special events.
All services offered at the Tenderloin Technology Lab are free. All participants must attend a TTL Orientation before using services. Orientations are held every Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 A.M. at the Tenderloin Technology Lab at 150 Golden Gate Ave.