Angela

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Angela and her children are just one of over two hundred families on San Francisco’s waiting list for support services. Right now, they live in a hotel in the Tenderloin thanks to Compass Connecting Point, another homeless services provider that helps with emergency housing.

Angela lost her job and soon after her place to live. She says homelessness just kind of “crashed on me!”

Angela was lucky to find Compass Connecting Point to help her navigate to find the services she needs but is still in need of more transitional and stable housing.

Special thanks to Compass Connecting Point

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