EOCP offers dignified living to help homeless men, women, and families— including individuals battling HIV/AIDS—rebuild their lives.

Crossroads is our state-of-the-art, 24-hour multi-service emergency housing facility in Oakland, and the largest in Alameda County. At Crossroads, homeless people, find a compassionate and healthy refuge for healing.

Our House is a transitional home that creates a peaceful environment for young people while giving them the tools for self-sufficiency.

Matilda Cleveland is a congregate residential complex where homeless single parent families find support and resources for regaining their footing in life. Through our

Families in Transition program, we provide homeless families with transitional housing in 10 units scattered throughout Oakland, with an array of services for achieving self-sufficiency and raising healthy children.