Compass Children's Center
Compass Children's Center offers full-day early education and childcare with a curriculum that focuses on social and emotional development for children, ages 0–5, from homeless and extremely low-income families.
Full-day childcare for 70 children from infant to five years of age
A specialized early childhood curriculum focused on art, music, science and nature, pre-reading, pre-math, and gross motor play
Low teacher to child ratios allow for individualized care for each child
Ongoing assessment of each child’s cognitive, physical, emotional and social development
Two nutritious meals, plus snacks, served daily
Support services for parents and children, including crisis management, psychotherapy, counseling and referrals
Up-to-date immunizations, plus annual vision, hearing and dental screenings for children over two years-old
Special attention and services for children with special needs
Parenting education and support groups
Accredited by the National Association for the Education of the Young Child
How to get connected
By phone: Call us at 415-644-0504 x 2330 and leave a voicemail in our general mailbox. Calls will be returned within two business days.
Online: Get started by creating an application for San Francisco childcare services on Early Learning SF’s application at www.earlylearningsf.org.
(415) 644-0504 phone
(415) 776-0276 fax
Heidi Lamar, Program Director
Zainab Litto, Assistant Program Director
144 Leavenworth Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Compass Children’s Center participates in the California Child & Adult Food Program (CACFP).
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