37 Grove Update

For the past few years, skyrocketing commercial rents have been driving out nonprofits who provide key services to the residents of San Francisco. That's why Compass Family Services has taken a huge leap in purchasing a building in the heart of San Francisco, steps away from the Main Library and City Hall, to serve as the new service hub for families experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.

Located at 37 Grove Street, it has over 18,000 square feet and will serve over 1,300 households each year and house a staff of 55 housing counselors, case managers and mental health clinicians and the administrative services they need to make their work happen.

The new Compass Family Services Hub will be a welcoming and healing environment, where vulnerable families who are experiencing the trauma of homelessness can access a myriad of interrelated and complementary housing and support services all under one roof, in a setting designed to provide hope for each family’s future, as well as for our community.

We are excited to be moving in these next few months and getting our services up and running! Stay tuned for more updates on the progress of 37 Grove!

Stacy Webb