Vocational Guidance Vocational guidance is available to Skills Center students and to residents of ECS supportive housing sites.
Once in the shelter, participants are encouraged to participate in our case management programs.
How to get academic and job training: Any student who is homeless or low-income can participate in Skills Center classes.
Classes include reading and writing, GED preparation, computer skills, vocational guidance and a culinary training program, CHEFS.
The Adult Education Center is located at 165 8th Street (at Natoma.) Orientation Each student is asked to come to an orientation. Assessment and Placement Each student meets with a teacher to assess interest and academic level and to determine the appropriate level of instruction.
Congregate Meal Program Sign up in person at the Senior Center for lunch Monday - Friday.
Lunch reservations are on a first come, first served basis.We recommend arriving an hour prior to lunch, which is served at a.m.How to get help and shelter: San Francisco Shelter Reservation Centers serve as the point of entry to shelters for single adults.They coordinate bed assignments throughout the city to maximize the utilization of space.An individual needs to physically go to one of these centers to get a reservation. (415) 869-7977 UCHS Resource Center 2111 Jennings St.. #101 (415) 674-6012 The Sanctuary 201 8th Street, San Francisco Next Door 1001 Polk Street, San Francisco Both The Sanctuary and Next Door follow a client-focused Harm Reduction Modality.The reservations fill up quickly and the shelters generally cannot admit anyone without one. All of the participants are referred to these shelters through the Resource Centers listed above.