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|Catholic Charities - Saint Joseph's Family Center|
|Address||899 Guerrero St., 94110|
|Contact(s)||M-F: 8:30am-5pm, closed 12-1 for lunch|
899 Guerrero St., 94110
415.550.4478 (Office Number)
M-F: 8:30am-5pm, closed 12-1 for lunch
24 hours, daily (Shelter/Emergency) Clients must contact Citywide Shelter Listing; Connecting Point for service.
M-F: 9am-5pm (Office)
Provides homeless families and homeless pregnant women with 24 hour shelter, three meals a day, and an array of support services designed to help them address the issues of homelessness and work towards a position of economic self-sufficiency and stable housing.
Provides housing to 65 families. Comprehensive services include: substance abuse counseling, child assessments and referrals, medical care, money management training, housing, job search support, family and/or child counseling, children's activity program, case management, and 24-hour support.
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Catholic Charities – Saint Joseph’s Family Center - L 899 Guerrero St., 94110 415-550-4478 180 Howard St., Suite 100, 94105 (CC Administration) 415-972-1200 (Administration) 415-972-1201 (Administration Fax) http://community.cccyo.org/Page.aspx?pid=363
Catholic Charities – St. Joseph’s Family Center provides homeless families and homeless pregnant women with 24-hour shelter, three meals a day, and an array of support services designed to help them address the issues of homelessness and work towards a position of economic self-sufficiency and stable housing.