San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Hillary Ronen, District 9, participated in the Mission Access Point Open House & Interfaith Blessing last Nov. 9, 2018. The Interfaith Blessing was officiated by Father Moises Agudo and Senior Rabbi Beth Singer, Congregation Emanu-El.
Mission Access Point is a homelessness prevention program for families focused on empowerment and stability through problem-solving, and a cornerstone of the City of San Francisco's Family Coordinated Entry program. The program is co-located with our Homelessness & Housing and San Francisco Immigration Services at our new Catholic Charities Mission Center.
The Mission Center extends our 50-year presence in the Mission and joins two well established Catholic Charities programs operating in the Mission for many years, Hazel Betsey Community specializing in intensive case management for homeless women with chronic illness and their children, and St. Joseph’s Family Center, a family shelter focused on helping families solve homelessness and establish stability in their lives.