DIGNITY. RESPECT. INTEGRITY. COMPASSION.

Episcopal Community Services (ECS) has provided essential services to homeless San Franciscans since 1983, utilizing a holistic approach that addresses the multiple causes leading to homelessness. This past year, we served more than 13,000 people, guided by our mission to help homeless and very low-income people every day and every night obtain the housing, jobs, shelter, and essential services each person needs to prevent and end homelessness.

LIVED EXPERIENCES OF HOMELESSNESS

Shardonnae

Moving her family forward

“I am very grateful for ECS, because they helped me find a job, go back to school, and have a career."

EJ

Focused on success

“I learned to set up for success before beginning any task, minuscule or major."

Sabrina

Now has a place to call home

“I was tired of the streets, the difference is this place. They don’t give up on you.”

STAY IN THE LOOP

Support Resources Available During the COVID-19 Outbreak

April 14, 2020

Food Resources  Apply to receive food from the food bank  Apply for CalFresh – Eligibility for food stamps is based on your income right now.…

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Restaurants finding workers among the disadvantaged

July 2, 2016

It takes just a few minutes with him to understand why Keith Corbin was appointed corporate kitchen manager at Locol, helping the company open its…

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How The Homeless Vote Could Impact This November’s Elections

June 29, 2016

“Last year was the first time that I voted in my life,” said Billy, a middle-age man who has spent the majority of his life…

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May 10, 2016

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Episcopal Community Services relies on the support of individual donors to help more than 13,000 San Franciscans experiencing homelessness each year.