The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing offers Family Coordinated Entry at our community Access Points. Family Access Points are localized community gateways for families with children under the age of 18 experiencing homelessness to access San Francisco’s Homelessness Response System, which is the overall system of programs and housing opportunities for families experiencing homelessness.
Family CE Access Points are operated by two non-profit service providers, Catholic Charities and Compass Family Services, at three community locations: Central City Access Point, Bayview Access Point and Mission Access Point
Family Access Points provide problem solving, assessment, prioritization, and referral to housing, and other community services for San Francisco families experiencing homelessness.
Adults (aged 18 or older ) without minor children can be served via Adult Coordinated Entry. Youth aged 18 to 27 can also receive services at Adult Access Points.
Youth between the ages of 18 and 27 can also be served via Youth Coordinated Entry.
Additional information on Family Coordinated Entry:
- SF Family Coordinated Entry Consumer Feedback
- SF Family Homelessness and Coordinated Entry – Phase 1 Report
- SF Family Homelessness and Coordinated Entry – Phase 2 Report
- SF Homeless Family System Triage Process (Updated 4.14.17)
- San Francisco Family Homeless System and Coordinated Entry Project Analysis of Family Homeless System Data
- San Francisco Coordinated Entry Standards (Adopted Feb. 1, 2021)