Drop-In Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9am – 12pm and 1pm-4pm; Tuesday 9am-12pm. Closed every 3rd Tuesday of the month
Compass Family Resource Center provides a number of services that help families that are struggling with housing, childcare, employment, and other family wellbeing services. We provide a safe and welcoming space for families to talk about their needs and get connected to services.
Our most popular workgroups are our Parent Café and our Self Care Hour. We have partnerships with Smart Money Coaching and Project Legal Link. We also provide referrals to outside agencies in the community.
|Classification||Service||Description||How to Access|
|Community Connections||Workshops and classes||We are currently offering workshops around finding affordable housing, childcare, parenting skills, resiliency, and parent child interactive groups.||Drop-in|
|Community Connections||Parent leadership and volunteer opportunities||Parent Cafe’s and Self-Care Hour are programs where parents can connect with each other about their experiences.||Drop-in|
|Community Connections||Information and referrals||When families come to the resource center, staff assess eligibility and need, provides an overview of the services we offer, and provides outside referrals.||Drop-in, by appointment, phone|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Infants and babies playgroup||The Music and Movement Playgroup is designed for parents with young children (0-5 years old) to explore making music, singing, and moving together! Offered in English and Spanish.||Drop-in, by registration|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Parent education||Learn about child development, disciplining strategies, and how to make your job easier as a parent at CFRC’s 15-week CPS certified Parenting Class. Offered in both Spanish and English. Certificates will be awarded to clients who complete the class.||By registration|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Support groups||Encontrando Mi Fortaleza y Resiliencia is a support group for women offered in Spanish.||By registration|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Developmental screening||ASQ-3 can be conducted and developmental assessment screening are modeled for parents.||By appointment|
|Formal Supports||Family advocacy/case management||We help San Francisco homeless families assess their childcare needs and preferences, navigate child care resources and options based on availability and eligibility, and provide enhanced support in childcare enrollment. We also provide assistance with barriers to housing, employment, benefits, obtaining important documents. We also provide families onsite clinical services to support family well-being.||By appointment|