Committed to ending homelessness in SF
Central City Access Point is an entry point for families experiencing or at risk of homelessness to connect with SF Family Coordinated Entry.
Compass Family Resource Center is a comprehensive set of trauma-informed services that support family well-being.
Compass Family Shelter offers families facing homelessness a safe, temporary place to stay and offers services designed to help families secure and maintain permanent housing.
Compass Clara House is a 18–24 month transitional housing program where families live in private apartments and receive intensive wrap-around support.
Compass Children’s Center is a 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.
Compass Childcare Support Services helps parents to access early care and education programs for their children.
Compass Behavioral Health offers confidential emotional support and therapy for families who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, newly housed, or engaged in any Compass program.
Compass SF HOME promotes long-term housing stability through rental subsidies, case management, and one-time financial assistance to help cover security deposits and first month’s rent for families at risk of eviction.
The Margot is Compass' permanent supportive housing program where families live in private apartments and receive warp-around support.
C-Work supports parents with job readiness, barrier removal, skill building, job placement, and other resources to help parents find stable work and earn a livable wage.
Compass C-RENT offers homelessness prevention services, including rental assistance, case management and problem solving services.
CUAV provides brief hotel stays when emergency shelter is not an option for families.