511

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Service is available in most of the metropolitan region, with the exception of the Santee portion of SR 52, SR 56, SR 67, SR 125, and SR 905. See the service area map for details.

Description of Services: 

Service is available in most of the metropolitan region, with the exception of the Santee portion of SR 52, SR 56, SR 67, SR 125, and SR 905. See the service area map for details.

The Freeway Service Patrol can help motorists with:

  • A gallon of gas
  • Changing a flat tire
  • A jump start
  • Water for the radiator
If FSP can’t get a vehicle running, they will tow the vehicle, at no charge, to a safe, pre-determined location designated by the CHP. FSP drivers cannot tow vehicles to a private facility or home and are not permitted to recommend service companies or repair/body shops.
Each white FSP tow and pickup truck has the statewide Freeway Service Patrol logo on the door. Drivers wear blue uniforms and yellow safety vests. After completing a CHP training program, FSP drivers receive certification and are not allowed to accept any tips or payment.

For Detailed Information: https://511sd.com/motoristaid/freewayservicepatrol

401 B Street, Suite 800,
San Diego, California 92101

(619) 699-1900

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    5:30am - 6:30pm
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    5:30am - 6:30pm
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    5:30am - 6:30pm
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    5:30am - 6:30pm
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    5:30am - 6:30pm
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    10am - 6pm
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911 Foster Pets

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Our mission is to help save pets by seamlessly connecting animal shelters, rescue groups, and individual pet owners with local homes willing to foster a pet in need. You can help by signing up or spreading the word.

Description of Services:

Our mission is to help save pets by seamlessly connecting animal shelters, rescue groups, and individual pet owners with local homes willing to foster a pet in need. You can help by signing up or spreading the word.

Shelters try to find homes for pets they receive, but many become overcrowded. They are forced to euthanize pets in their care simply because of space, timing or age.

911fosterpets empowers foster heroes to save the day:

  • We provide shelters with the tools they need to manage foster programs and volunteers.
  • Prospective foster parents can see at-risk pets that fit their lifestyle and sign up for new pet alerts
  • We keep pets from entering the shelter by keeping families together through peer-to-peer fostering.

Founded by Petfinder’s Betsy Banks Saul, pioneer of online animal adoption, 911fosterpets connects foster heroes with thousands of pets in need, before it’s too late.

For Detailed Information: https://911fosterpets.com/

(480) 605-3652

outreach@911FosterPets.com

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A Home Within

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With a mission to create and support lasting, caring relationships for children and youth in foster care, A Home Within identifies, recruits, trains, and supports a network of licensed therapists who each provide free, weekly, one-to-one therapy to a single foster youth “for as long as it takes.”

Description of Services:
With a mission to create and support lasting, caring relationships for children and youth in foster care, A Home Within identifies, recruits, trains, and supports a network of licensed therapists who each provide free, weekly, one-to-one therapy to a single foster youth “for as long as it takes.” For foster youth who often watch people move in and out of their lives, our model creates an anchor of support.

Our vision is that all children who experience foster care are provided this essential support, ensuring that as they transition from foster care, regardless of which stage of life they are in, they have the inner tools they need to thrive. By matching youth with experienced therapists, we address the trauma and disruption inherent to foster care, help youth manage stress and anxiety, and develop the inner tools they need to become healthy adults.

For Detailed Information:
http://ahomewithin.org/

195 41st Street, #11172
Oakland, CA 94611-9991

(888) 898-2249

admin@ahomewithin.org

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    8:30am – 4pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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Access Customer Service Center

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The Access Customer Service Call Center is an extension of the County of San Diego Family Resource Centers (FRCs). Serving residents, providers, and other government agencies with questions or needs related to Family Resource Center programs and services, including providing case management services for existing FRC customers countywide.

Description of Services:

The Access Customer Service Call Center is an extension of the County of San Diego Family Resource Centers (FRCs). Serving residents, providers, and other government agencies with questions or needs related to Family Resource Center programs and services, including providing case management services for existing FRC customers countywide. Access customer service representatives are experienced eligibility workers who are trained in CalWORKs, CalFresh, and Medi-Cal programs.

Access assists callers in a number of ways, some of which are listed below

  • Report changes and updates to case information
  • Find out the status of an application or case
  • Request forms, packets, applications
  • Apply for benefits

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/ssp/access.html

Health and Human Services Agency
County of San Diego
1600 Pacific Highway, Room 206
San Diego, CA 92101

(866) 262-9881

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    7am - 5pm
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    7am - 5pm
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    7am - 5pm
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    7am - 5pm
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    7am - 5pm
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Affordable Housing (Casa Familiar)

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Casa Familiar understands that building community is more than building “units.” Casa believes that access to amenities like arts and culture spaces, access to social and financial services, creating connections and relationships with neighbors, building in climate resiliency, connecting to the surrounding neighborhood, and striving towards true affordability is what creates community and enhances quality of life.

Description of Services:

Casa Familiar understands that building community is more than building “units.” Casa believes that access to amenities like arts and culture spaces, access to social and financial services, creating connections and relationships with neighbors, building in climate resiliency, connecting to the surrounding neighborhood, and striving towards true affordability is what creates community and enhances quality of life.

Casa Familiar is general managing partner (GMP) of over 1,200 affordable housing units in San Ysidro. Our portfolio includes sole owned properties in National City, Chula Vista, and San Ysidro including residential and mixed use commercial properties. Casa is experienced in mid-sized development projects using the New Markets Tax Credit finance structure as well as GMP in several Low-Income Tax Credit projects.

Casa’s current focus and advocacy efforts include the development of a Community Land Trust and permanent affordable housing solutions. We independently own 12 properties in the South Bay region of San Diego.

Inquire about our waiting list for affordable housing opportunities:
Email Our Property Manager »

For Detailed Information: https://www.casafamiliar.org/programs-and-services/#financial

268 E Park Ave,
San Ysidro, CA 92173

(619) 428-1115

info@casafamiliar.org

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    8am - 5pm
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Aging Out Institute

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AOI has an extensive database of organizations, programs, research, online tools, and other resources throughout the country that are focused on helping youth age out of foster care successfully.

Description of Services:
AOI has an extensive database of organizations, programs, research, online tools, and other resources throughout the country that are focused on helping youth age out of foster care successfully.

Young people age out of foster care when they have reached the maximum age the state will support them in the foster system. In some states, aging out occurs at 18, while in others it is 21. This happens when states have failed to reunite the youth with their families or to place them in permanent adoptive homes.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.agingoutinstitute.org/

Please contact resource for details

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Alpha Project

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Alpha Project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) human services organization that serves over 4,000 men, women, and children each day. Services offered include

Description of Services:

Alpha Project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) human services organization that serves over 4,000 men, women, and children each day. Services offered include affordable housing, residential substance abuse treatment, supportive housing for people with special needs, basic and emergency services for the homeless, transportation assistance, mental health counseling, employment training, preparation and placement, emergency shelter, HIV/AIDS, education, outreach and prevention, and community services.

For Detailed Information: https://www.alphaproject.org/programs

3737 Fifth Ave, Suite 203
San Diego, CA 92103

(619) 542-1877

info@alphaproject.org

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Animal Safehouse Program – (Rancho Coastal Humane Society)

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The Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) Animal Safehouse Program is a safety net for community members in crisis. By offering temporary pet boarding to the victims of domestic violence and to military veterans and seniors requiring hospitalization, RCHS keeps families together.

Description of Services: 

The Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) Animal Safehouse Program is a safety net for community members in crisis. By offering temporary pet boarding to the victims of domestic violence and to military veterans and seniors requiring hospitalization, RCHS keeps families together.

For a victim of domestic violence, finding a safe place for their pet can often mean the difference between staying in an abusive environment or leaving. With temporary shelter and vet care for their pet, these victims become survivors who ultimately reunite with their animals as they pursue a new life of safety and security.

Additional Information: 

For military veterans in need of medical care, our Animal Safehouse Program is also about keeping families intact and respecting the human-animal bond. By having RCHS watch over a pet(s), veterans are able to seek the medical attention they need without having to consider giving up their pets in the process.

For Detailed Information: https://rchumanesociety.org/animal-safehouse/

389 Requeza Street,
Encinitas, CA 92024

(760) 753-6413

info@rchumanesociety.org

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Bartender Emergency Assistance Program (USBG National Charity Foundation)

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The purpose of the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program (BEAP) at the USBG Foundation is to assist those in the bar industry who need cash assistance because of a catastrophic event or an emergency hardship. Our goal is to assist as many qualified industry members as possible each and every year.

Description of Services: 

The purpose of the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program (BEAP) at the USBG Foundation is to assist those in the bar industry who need cash assistance because of a catastrophic event or an emergency hardship. Our goal is to assist as many qualified industry members as possible each and every year. We are striving to ensure that the BEAP is sustained as a safety net for those in the industry who need it most. We “Serve Those Who Serve Us.” 

BEAP grants seek to provide immediate cash financial assistance for those in the hospitality industry (bartender, barback, bar server, or otherwise engaged in the service, preparation, manufacture, or distribution of alcoholic beverages) who encounter temporary, emergent financial hardship due to unforeseen and/or catastrophic life events such as an accident, acute medical diagnosis, or localized wind, water, earth, or fire-related natural disasters. 

​The following circumstances do not qualify for a BEAP Grant:

Loss of work or wages (being fired or unable to find a new job), decreased work shifts, being behind on bills, undocumented domestic violence, disconnected utilities, or death of a family member outside of a parent, child, or spouse.

For Detailed Information: https://www.usbgfoundation.org/beap

2654 W Horizon Ridge Parkway
Suite B5 PMB 252
Henderson, NV 89052-2803

(855) 655-8724

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Birthline of San Diego

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To provide life-affirming support and resources to pregnant women and families with young children. Maybe the thought of becoming a parent seems impossible to you at this time. You may have more questions than answers about parenting.  We have answers:

Description of Services: 

To provide life-affirming support and resources to pregnant women and families with young children. Maybe the thought of becoming a parent seems impossible to you at this time. You may have more questions than answers about parenting.  We have answers: How will I finish school? How will I continue working? I don’t have medical insurance. I can’t afford this. I’m too young.

Birthline offers free at-home pregnancy tests. We will connect you to a Pregnancy Resource Center for a Free Ultrasound and Exam. Our team can help with referrals for a doctor or assistance with Medical Insurance.

Who We Serve:
Birthline of San Diego serves families in need from conception to Kindergarten.

For Detailed Information on Services: https://birthlineofsandiego.org/gethelp-parentingsupport/

 

3660 Clairemont Drive, Suite 4
San Diego, California
92117, United States

(858) 270-2491

clairemont@birthlineofsd.org

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Brother Benno

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The Brother Benno Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to assisting low-income individuals and families with their basic needs. They also offer community outreach services that range from rental assistance to prescription assistance. Areas of assistance include, showers, mail services, scholarships, clothing, personal care items,

Description of Services: 

The Brother Benno Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to assisting low-income individuals and families with their basic needs. They also offer community outreach services that range from rental assistance to prescription assistance. Areas of assistance include, showers, mail services, scholarships, clothing, personal care items, food boxes, sober living & recovery programs, and hot meals.

Who We Serve:
Individuals or families over 18 residing in North County.

For Detailed Information on Services: https://brotherbenno.org/services/

3260 Production Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92058

(760) 439-1244

info@brotherbenno.org

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California Coalition for Youth (CCY)

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Today’s Youth are faced with a myriad of complex and difficult issues and often lack an adequate support system to transition successfully into adulthood. In response, The California Coalition for Youth (CCY) provides strong statewide policy leadership around issues concerning disconnected runaway and homeless youth.

Description of Services:
Today’s Youth are faced with a myriad of complex and difficult issues and often lack an adequate support system to transition successfully into adulthood. In response, The California Coalition for Youth (CCY) provides strong statewide policy leadership around issues concerning disconnected runaway and homeless youth.

Additional Information:
CCY is a statewide, grassroots nonprofit organization that serves disconnected youth ages 12-24 throughout the state. Our membership consists of youth, youth advocates, and youth-serving agencies. CCY is governed by a statewide Board of Directors representing youth-focused programs and organizations, youth and other individuals interested in advancing our mission. Our vision is that every youth in California is connected to the services, resources, support and programs they need to have successful lives.

For Detailed Information:
http://calyouth.org/

P.O. Box 161448
Sacramento, 95816

(916) 514-4464

info@calyouth.org

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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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California Conservation Corps

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Our program provides young adults 18 – 25 years old a year of paid service to the State of California. During their year of service, Corpsmembers work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters. Through this work, they gain skills and experience that lead to meaningful careers.

Description of Services: 

Our program provides young adults 18 – 25 years old a year of paid service to the State of California. During their year of service, Corpsmembers work on environmental projects and respond to natural and man-made disasters. Through this work, they gain skills and experience that lead to meaningful careers.

The California Conservation Corps offers a unique and challenging, paid experience for young adults from across the state. A year in the CCC transforms their lives through developing new job skills, expanding personal growth, and conserving California’s natural resources. Corpsmembers’ hard work and long hours on environmentally focused projects and emergency response help make California an even better place for all.

For Detailed Information & Eligibility: https://ccc.ca.gov/life-in-the-corps/

Multiple locations

(800) 952-5627

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California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH)

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The California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH) Program provides funds for a variety of activities to assist persons experiencing or at risk of homelessness as authorized by SB 850 (Chapter 48, Statues of 2018).

Description of Services: 

The California Emergency Solutions and Housing (CESH) Program provides funds for a variety of activities to assist persons experiencing or at risk of homelessness as authorized by SB 850 (Chapter 48, Statues of 2018).

CESH funds may be used for five primary activities: housing relocation and stabilization services (including rental assistance), operating subsidies for permanent housing, flexible housing subsidy funds, operating support for emergency housing interventions, and systems support for homelessness services and housing delivery systems. In addition, some administrative entities may use CESH funds to develop or update a Coordinated Entry System (CES), Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), or Homelessness Plan. Refer to the current Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for any limitations on these activities.

For Detailed Information: https://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-and-funding/programs-archived/california-emergency-solutions-and-housing

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(916) 263-2771

CESHNOFA@hcd.ca.gov

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California Youth Connection

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California Youth Connection (CYC) is an organization that develops foster youth leaders who empower each other and their communities to transform the child welfare system through legislative and policy change.

Description of Services:
California Youth Connection (CYC) is an organization that develops foster youth leaders who empower each other and their communities to transform the child welfare system through legislative and policy change.

Additional Information:
CYC is committed to expanding leadership opportunities for California’s current and former foster youth and by joining, you will not only gain important community organizing, policy, advocacy and leadership skills, but you can help improve the foster care system for all California youth.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.calyouthconn.org/

3530 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 411
Los Angeles, 90010

(213) 514-5663

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CalWORKs Family Stabilization Program

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The Family Stabilization program is a new component of CalWORKs that provides temporary services to families who are homeless, or at risk to becoming homeless, or experiencing transportation or other emergencies impairing participation in Employment Services (ES) activities and employment.

Description of Services:

The Family Stabilization program is a new component of CalWORKs that provides temporary services to families who are homeless, or at risk to becoming homeless, or experiencing transportation or other emergencies impairing participation in Employment Services (ES) activities and employment.

Eligibility

The following individuals may apply to Family Stabilization services;

  • CalWORKs recipients who are  participating in the (ES) program as mandatory or volunteer participants
  • Non-aided individuals who are curing ES noncompliance or sanction
  • Non-aided parents who signed a Family Reunification plan with Children’s Welfare Services

The Employment Case Manager will evaluate needs and authorize the appropriate FS services to eligible participants.

How to Apply

Family Stabilization services may be requested at any time by contacting:

  • Employment Case Manager
  • Eligibility staff at any of the Family Resource Centers
  • CalWORKs Coordinator (for students at a local community college)
  • Access call center at #1-866-262-9881
  • #211 (phone-based information and referral service)

Services

Based on available funds, the following are Family Stabilization services that San Diego County may provide:

  • Homelessness Prevention Services (temporary/permanent housing and/or utility assistance)
  • Transportation Emergency Assistance (essential vehicle repair)
  • Family Stabilization Referral Services (initial assessment and referral to counseling services and community resources)

For Detailed Information: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/programs/ssp/calworks/family_stabilization.html

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1-866-262-9881

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CAPS Pregnancy + Medical Clinics

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We are a pregnancy care clinic for women and men providing early pregnancy medical help, a variety of pregnancy options education and resources (abortion options, parenting options, adoption options), peer consultations for those facing unexpected pregnancies, sexual health education, and post abortion support.

Description of Services:

We are a pregnancy care clinic for women and men providing early pregnancy medical help, a variety of pregnancy options education and resources (abortion optionsparenting optionsadoption options), peer consultations for those facing unexpected pregnancies, sexual health education, and post abortion support.

All pregnancy services are FREE and we provide low to no cost STI/STD testing. All our services to you are private – your privacy is important to us.

Making an appointment helps us insure there will be someone available to serve you and that you will not have to wait for care. We have convenient locations in the SDSU College Area, Pacific Beach, Downtown San Diego, Kearny Mesa, and La Jolla.

  • Abortion Education / Info
  • Pregnancy Options & Support
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Pregnancy Verification
  • Ultrasound
  • Past Abortion Resources & Support
  • Nurse Consultations
  • STI/STD Testing and Education

For Detailed Information: https://capspregnancyclinics.org/services/

Multiple locations

619-337-8080

options@capspregnancyclinics.org

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Casa de Amparo

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Our mission is to support those affected by and at risk of child abuse and neglect, through a range of programs and services that promote healing, growth, and healthy relationships.

Description of Services:

Our mission is to support those affected by and at risk of child abuse and neglect, through a range of programs and services that promote healing, growth, and healthy relationships.

Our vision is that Casa de Amparo is recognized as a major force in the field of child abuse prevention. Partnering with the greater San Diego community, we ensure that children and their families receive unique and innovative services for healing, for stopping child mistreatment of any kind, and for ending generational cycles of abuse. The result is a community where child abuse and neglect are not tolerated, and where child abuse awareness and prevention are priorities.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.casadeamparo.org/

325 Buena Creek Road
San Marcos, 92069

(760) 754-5500

info@casadeamparo.org

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Casey Family Programs

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Casey Family Programs is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused on safely reducing the need for foster care in the United States. Our mission is to provide and improve — and ultimately prevent the need for — foster care.

Description of Services:

Casey Family Programs is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused on safely reducing the need for foster care in the United States. Our mission is to provide and improve — and ultimately prevent the need for — foster care.

We are committed to Building Communities of Hope, a nationwide effort to prevent the need for foster care by supporting families in raising safe, happy and healthy children. We work with a wide range of partners, including the children and families we serve each day, to:

  • Safely reduce the need for foster care in the United States by 50 percent. We work in support of our partners at the federal, tribal, state and local levels to develop policies and practices that best meet the needs of families and their children. The result of this work reduces child abuse and neglect, increases safety and stability, and improves well-being and life outcomes.
  • Demonstrate how every child can have a safe, supportive and permanent family. We work with children and families to provide and improve foster care and prevention services that promote their safety and well-being. From this work we demonstrate approaches that improve safety, address trauma, support healing, strengthen bonds and promote progress in education, employment and mental health. We share what we learn from this work with our partners to support improvements in policy and practice across the United States.
  • Support more effective public investments in strengthening families to keep children safely in their own homes and communities. We contribute nonpartisan information, data and resources to policymakers at all levels of government to improve the impact and equity of our nation’s investment in communities for supporting child and family safety and well-being.
  •  Promote a shared responsibility for ensuring the well-being of every child and family across the nation. We encourage leaders from all five sectors of a community – government, business, nonprofit and faith-based, philanthropic and the community members themselves – to think, plan and act in collaboration to improve the long-term safety, well-being and hope of children and their families. We call this Building Communities of Hope.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.casey.org/what-we-do/direct-services/

3878 Old Town Avenue Suite 100
San Diego, 92110-3023

(619) 543-0774

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Chef Angels Culinary Program

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Chef Works of Poway, CA has granted San Diego Foster Angels $10,000 to pilot a Chef Angels culinary program for foster and at-risk youth residing in therapeutic care facilities in San Diego County. San Diego area chefs from a wide variety of backgrounds will have their turn to teach the youth some skills, classes are held every other week.

Description of Services:

Chef Works of Poway, CA has granted San Diego Foster Angels $10,000 to pilot a Chef Angels culinary program for foster and at-risk youth residing in therapeutic care facilities in San Diego County. San Diego area chefs from a wide variety of backgrounds will have their turn to teach the youth some skills, classes are held every other week. In addition, Chef Angels is trialing the program with bi-monthly classes for homeless youth of San Diego aged 12-24 years old, in collaboration with Youth Assistance Coalition of San Diego. Read all about it in the blog posts below, and follow along on our Instagram. Please contact us if you are a chef and would like to participate. Donations are welcome if you would like to fund future classes.

For Detailed Information: Chef Angels – Chef Works Grant — San Diego Foster Angels (sdfosterangels.org)

4462 Sapphire Lane,
Oceanside, CA 92056

(619) 933-7399

sdfosterangels@gmail.com

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Child Development Program (The Chicano Federation)

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Promoting socio-emotional, cognitive, and physical development, our childcare program provides services through our contracts with state-licensed daycare homes. Our staff visits regularly to monitor the progress of the community children in the daycare centers.

Description of Services: 

Promoting socio-emotional, cognitive, and physical development, our childcare program provides services through our contracts with state-licensed daycare homes. Our staff visits regularly to monitor the progress of the community children in the daycare centers.

Nurturing and Family Child Care environments

Age appropriate activities

Nutritious meals and snacks

Over 75 Family Child Care Homes to choose from

Regular visits FCCH conducted by Chicano Federation

Staff ensure health and safety

Collaborates with parents toward the achievement of child development

For Detailed Information on Services: https://chicanofederation.org/our-programs-1

Please contact resource for details

(619) 285-5600

info@chicanofederation.org

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Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD)

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Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) were founded in 1987 in response to the frustration and sense of isolation experienced by parents and their children with ADHD.

Description of Services:
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) were founded in 1987 in response to the frustration and sense of isolation experienced by parents and their children with ADHD. Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), improve the lives of people affected by ADHD through education, advocacy, and support. CHADD is at the forefront of creating and implementing programs and services in response to the needs of adults and families affected by ADHD.

Additional Information:
Services include training for parents and teachers, hosting educational webinars and workshops, being an information clearinghouse for the latest evidence-based ADHD information, and providing information to specialists to support the ADHD community.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.chadd.net/template.cfm?affid=403&p=about

4221 Forbes Blvd
Suite 270
Lanham, MD 20706

301-306-7070

customer_service@chadd.org

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CNA Scholarships – Work Scholarship & Financial Hardship

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$0 TO $350 TO START YOUR CAREER AS A CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT!  

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$0 TO $350 TO START YOUR CAREER AS A CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT!  

SPONSORED WORK SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE!

Submit your resume and references and or recommendation letter to IHGCC @ tia@ihginfo.net

You can also book an appointment directly here: Book an Appointment Now

Once your information is submitted, you will be contacted and scheduled for an interview. After acceptance by your sponsor, you will have the opportunity to attend our CNA program at IHG. Once you obtain your CNA license, you must commit to a one-year full-time contract with your sponsor. *Two-year part-time option available for select locations. PARTICIPATION SPONSORS ARE LOCATED THROUGHOUT SAN DIEGO COUNTY.

FINANCIAL HARDSHIP TUITION ASSISTANCE THROUGH IHG EDUCATION FOUNDATION!

Upto $500 TUITION ASSISTANCE toward CNA training for THOSE WHO QUALIFY.

*Please submit a letter along with your resume and 2-3 professional references. 

Email tia@ihginfo.net

PLEASE CONTACT US FOR ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

You can schedule an appointment with us at:

Book an Appointment Now

*We do not guarantee acceptance with your sponsor or scholarship.

For Detailed Information: https://ihgcc.com/work-scholarships

Please contact resource for details

(858) 278-9800

tia@ihginfo.net

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Community Christian Service Agency

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Our service centers provide emergency and transitional support on a walk-in basis to people in need of assistance. Services include emergency food and clothing and transportation assistance in the form of day passes for medical appointments.

Description of Services:

CCSA was founded in 1972 by seven churches in the local ministerial association and obtained its nonprofit 501C-3 status in 1973. During 50 years of service, CCSA has grown to include 31 member churches in the Clairemont, Pacific Beach, La Jolla, and University City areas of San Diego. CCSA currently has three paid staff members and has utilized hundreds of volunteers to deliver its services. The agency is supported by its member churches, hundreds of individual donors, businesses, small grants, and various fundraising efforts.

Our service centers provide emergency and transitional support on a walk-in basis to people in need of assistance. Services include emergency food and clothing and transportation assistance in the form of day passes for medical appointments. We facilitate clients in obtaining their birth certificate or other emergency needs as evaluated by the agency. We provide layettes to low-income new mothers. Information and resource counseling are available along with limited case management and referrals to shelter and other agencies or sources of help.

For Detailed Information: https://www.ccsasandiego.org/services/emergency-services

4167 Rappahannock Ave
San Diego, CA 92117

(858) 274-2271

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Community Pet Pantry (SD Humane Society)

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San Diego Humane Society is supporting families and their pets who need a little extra help. Through the Community Pet Pantry, anyone can visit our campus locations in El Cajon, Escondido, Oceanside and San Diego between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, to pick up a bag of dog or cat food as well as other supplies as available.

Description of Services:

San Diego Humane Society is supporting families and their pets who need a little extra help. Through the Community Pet Pantry, anyone can visit our campus locations in El Cajon, Escondido, Oceanside and San Diego between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, to pick up a bag of dog or cat food as well as other supplies as available. No appointment is needed.

For Detailed Information: https://www.sdhumane.org/services/support-services/pantry-service.html

Multiple locations

(619) 299-7012

info@sdhumane.org

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Community Services (St. Andrews Episcopal Church)

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Our Community Services:

Description of Services:

Saturday Breakfast

We serve our community a hot breakfast and warm smiles every Saturday at 10 am. No registration needed.

Thursday Food Pantry

Every Thursday from 2-4pm the community can come shop for free staple foods and fresh food. There are no income requirements to receive food. We request some personal information and household relationship information on site to satisfy our funding partners.

Saturday Showers of Blessing

We have showers available every Saturday 8-11 am. Showers are cleaned and sanitized between each guest. As available, guests are offered clean clothing, undergarments, shoes, and haircuts.

Saturday Neighborhood Center

Our Neighborhood Center provides mail service, document storage, and computer access. The Center is open every Saturday 8-11 am, no appointment necessary.

Recovery Groups

We are happy to offer spaces for fellowship and healing. We host recovery groups throughout the week. For current schedule click here.

Wellness Van

Free medical and dental services are usually on site weekly (one week medical, the next dental etc.) through our partner’s wellness van.

For Detailed Information: https://www.standrewsepiscopal.org/community-services

890 Balour Drive,
Encinitas CA 92024

(760)753-3017

parishadmin@standrewsepiscopal.org

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Community Veterinary Program (SD Humane Society)

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San Diego Humane Society provides assistance with veterinary care for pet families who need it the most through our Community Veterinary Program, Community Spay/Neuter and Spay/Neuter Vouchers. By offering accessible medical care, we help keep pets out of shelters and with the people who love them. 

Description of Services:

San Diego Humane Society provides assistance with veterinary care for pet families who need it the most through our Community Veterinary Program, Community Spay/Neuter and Spay/Neuter Vouchers. By offering accessible medical care, we help keep pets out of shelters and with the people who love them.

Our Community Veterinary Program provides accessible, low-cost veterinary care, including:

  • A stationary clinic at our San Diego Campus.
  • Mobile clinics that take our services directly into targeted and under-resourced communities.
  • General medical veterinary care — preventive and basic sick care.
  • Wellness resources like vaccinations, flea medication and education.
  • Pharmacy services.

Spay/Neuter Vouchers

Available beginning July 2024

We offer spay/neuter vouchers for dogs, cats and rabbits. These vouchers can be redeemed at local participating veterinary clinics. Once an application has been reviewed, you will receive an email with additional instructions.

  • There are no eligibility requirements in order to apply!
  • Vouchers must be used at a participating veterinary clinic (locations are listed in the application).

Community Spay/Neuter

San Diego Humane Society performs low-cost spay and neuter services for pets of qualified individuals in the San Diego region. To qualify for spay and neuter services, individuals must be receiving government assistance or active-duty military (proof of service required).

For Detailed Information: https://www.sdhumane.org/services/support-services/vet-assistance.html

5500 Gaines St.,
San Diego CA 92110

(619) 299-7012

info@sdhumane.org

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Computers2Kids

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Computers 2 Kids (C2K) is a leading advocate for Digital Equity by recycling and refurbishing computers and providing affordable access for the technologically underserved. Paired with training, connectivity, and support, C2K creates digital inclusion, which strengthens Health, Educational, and Economic Equity.

Description of Services: 

Computers 2 Kids (C2K) is a leading advocate for Digital Equity by recycling and refurbishing computers and providing affordable access for the technologically underserved. Paired with training, connectivity, and support, C2K creates digital inclusion, which strengthens Health, Educational, and Economic Equity. Our vision is that everyone has the resources needed to access technology, the internet, and digital literacy for full participation in our society. 

Studies show that even taking into account socioeconomic status, children with home computers perform at higher academic levels across the board. As our society becomes more dependent on technology, the best gift we can give our children is access to computers. The digital divide – a chasm that separates those with access to technology from those without – reduces the chance of success in life for low-income children and perpetuates poverty.

For Detailed Information: https://www.c2sdk.org/

8324 Miramar Mall
San Diego CA 92121

(858) 200-9787

info@c2sdk.org

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)

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Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) speak out to help children and youth in the child welfare system. Across California, thousands of CASA volunteers build close relationships with and serve as advocates for foster children.

Description of Services:
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) speak out to help children and youth in the child welfare system. Across California, thousands of CASA volunteers build close relationships with and serve as advocates for foster children. Find your local CASA program and request the help of a CASA volunteer.

Additional Information:
In addition to working with local programs, CalCASA participates in policy forums at the highest level. Our experts provide recommendations that influence foster care policy on a state-wide level.

For Detailed Information:
http://californiacasa.org/

2851 Meadow Lark Drive
San Diego, 92123

(858) 569-2019

staff@californiacasa.org

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Covered til 26

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Children Now are spearheading Coveredtil26, a statewide outreach campaign to ensure all current and former foster youth living in California know they are eligible for free Medi-Cal coverage until age 26. Previously, former foster youth in California lost coverage when they turned 21.

Description of Services:
Children Now are spearheading Coveredtil26, a statewide outreach campaign to ensure all current and former foster youth living in California know they are eligible for free Medi-Cal coverage until age 26. Previously, former foster youth in California lost coverage when they turned 21. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), young adults who were in foster care at age 18 or older are eligible for free health care until age 26. The ACA ensures that former foster youth can access the health care services they need – just like non-foster youth who can stay on their parent’s insurance plans until age 26.

Additional Information:
Reasons to apply: No income restrictions, simplified renewal process, flexibility, and comprehensive coverage.

For Detailed Information:

https://coveredtil26.org/how-to-sign-up

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Cribs for Kids

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Cribs to Kids’ mission is to provide cribs to babies whose mothers could not afford them and educate mothers about the dangers of unsafe sleep environments. In 1998 Judy created Cribs for Kids® to do just that.

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Cribs to Kids’ mission is to provide cribs to babies whose mothers could not afford them and educate mothers about the dangers of unsafe sleep environments. In 1998 Judy created Cribs for Kids® to do just that.

Cribs for Kids supports families in need around the nation to obtain a separate safe sleeping space for their baby. To serve communities nationwide, we partner with local agencies to distribute Cribs for Kids Cribette Portable Cribs to their communities.

For Detailed Information on Services: https://cribsforkids.org/find-a-crib/

5450 Second Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15207

1.888.721.CRIB

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Crittentons Stepping Stones Program

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We are proud to have Crittenton’s Stepping Stones Program for Transitional Age Youth as part of our mission’s overall programming effort. Crittenton Services for Children and Families has a long history of helping system-involved youth,

Description of Services: 

We are proud to have Crittenton’s Stepping Stones Program for Transitional Age Youth as part of our mission’s overall programming effort. Crittenton Services for Children and Families has a long history of helping system-involved youth, in particular foster youth, transition out of residential care or foster care into an independent and sustainable adulthood. In fact, decades ago, our agency was one of the first in Orange County, CA to attempt to establish a program that helped foster youth age out of the system in a safe manner. At the time, our Dora Hill Transition Center was a well-regarded program that helped vulnerable young adults find housing, vocational education and job opportunities.

Services Provided:

  • Housing specialists available to assist clients find stable housing
  • Access to Crittenton’s outpatient mental health services
  • In-home crisis interventions and counseling
  • Parenting skills counseling
  • Life skills training
  • Case management
  • Education and workforce readiness
  • Linkages to additional social services and other support services within the community
  • Easy access to Crittenton staff for additional support and guidance

 

For Detailed Information: https://crittentonsocal.org/crittentons-stepping-stones-program-2/

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Dental Hygiene Clinic (Southwestern College)

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The Dental Hygiene Clinic at the Higher Education Center at National City serves as an educational facility to support the clinical learning needs of the students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program.

Description of Services:

The Dental Hygiene Clinic at the Higher Education Center at National City serves as an educational facility to support the clinical learning needs of the students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene Program. Under the supervision of licensed dentists (DDS/DMD) and registered dental hygienists (RDH), the dental hygiene students provide oral health care education and dental hygiene services to the general public along with the Southwestern College community, including students, faculty, and staff.

The Dental Hygiene Clinic is a teaching facility, therefore, care/treatment is offered only to individuals that meet the appropriate patient criteria for student learning; not all patients will qualify to receive dental hygiene services:

Patients must:

  • Be free of medical or dental conditions that would make treatment hazardous to patient or operator.
  • Have oral and behavioral conditions that are considered acceptable for student learning.
  • Have interest in learning preventive oral hygiene techniques.
  • Cooperate in keeping clinic appointments on time.

The clinic supervisor reserves the right to refuse or discontinue treatment when indicated.

The following services may be provided by dental hygiene students under supervision in the Dental Hygiene Clinic:

  • Dental Cleaning
  • Dental X-rays
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Sealants (children 6-18 years of age)
  • Interim Therapeutic Restoration (ITR)
  • Tabacco Cessation Education

The Southwestern College Dental Hygiene Clinic does not provide a comprehensive dental examination for patients nor does it provide restorative dentistry (fillings/crowns), oral surgery (extractions), periodontal surgery or orthodontics (braces). It is highly recommended that all patients arrange an appointment with a dentist of their choice for a comprehensive examination, diagnosis, and treatment as indicated.

For Detailed Information: https://www.swccd.edu/locations/higher-education-center-at-national-city/programs/dental-hygiene-program/dental-hygiene-clinic/index.aspx

880 National City Blvd
National City, CA 91950

(619) 216-6663

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Dental Services (San Diego Family Care)

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San Diego Family Care’s Dental Department provides a wide range of comprehensive oral health services to children and adults at our Linda Vista health center located at 7011 Linda Vista Road. We provide linguistically and culturally appropriate education and information to patients about the importance of good oral health.

Description of Services:

San Diego Family Care’s Dental Department provides a wide range of comprehensive oral health services to children and adults at our Linda Vista health center located at 7011 Linda Vista Road. We provide linguistically and culturally appropriate education and information to patients about the importance of good oral health. Our expert team includes general dentists and board-certified pediatric dentist, ensuring specialized care tailored to the unique needs of every patient. Our dentists work closely with primary care providers, fostering seamless continuity of care across all aspects of health. Whether you’re seeking specialized pediatric dental care or general oral health services, our dedicated team is here to support you.

    • General Dentistry for Adults
    • Pediatric Dentistry with Board Certified Pediatric Dentist
    • Oral exams
    • Digital dental X-Rays
    • Teeth cleaning
    • Sealants
    • Simple and Surgical teeth extractions
    • Oral surgery within doctor’s scope
    • Bone Grafting
    • Crowns
    • Full & Partial Dentures
    • Bridges
    • Fillings
    • Root Canal
    • Specialty referrals for complex procedures
    • Emergencies are always welcome

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a specialty focused on providing oral health care to children as well as patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We currently offer appointments with a board certified pediatric dentist who is trained in advanced behavior guidance techniques and advanced clinical techniques tailored to the needs of the pediatric population.

    • Sedation
    • Oral exams
    • Sealants
    • Preventative dentistry
    • Pediatric fillings and crowns
    • Pulpal/Root canal treatment
    • Orthodontic evaluations
    • Emergency Services

Call for Appointment (858) 810-8729

For Detailed Information: https://sdfamilycare.org/services/dental/

7011 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, Ca, 92111

(858) 810-8729

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Diaper Bank Program – (San Diego Food Bank)

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The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and our North County Food Bank chapter recently established our new Diaper Bank Program to overcome a barrier to work for parents living in poverty.

Description of Services: 

The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and our North County Food Bank chapter recently established our new Diaper Bank Program to overcome a barrier to work for parents living in poverty.

The Food Bank partners with several nonprofit organizations to distribute diapers throughout San Diego County. Each location has different operating hours, and may have different eligibility criteria to receive diapers. Please reference our approved partner distribution sites list below.

Diaper Bank Program Distribution Site List
Lista de Distribución del Programa del Banco de Pañales

For Detailed Information: https://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/diaper-bank-program/

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Doors of Change

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Since 2001, Doors of Change™ has been transforming the lives of homeless youth, one young person at a time. For more than 20 years we have helped place over 2,200 homeless youth in safe housing and off the streets. In 2013 the agency identified a significant gap in the services and resources available to “transitional–age-youth” (those between the ages of 16 and 25) and decided to re-brand as Doors of Change™ and deliver a unique service to address this critical need.

Description of Services: 

Since 2001, Doors of Change™ has been transforming the lives of homeless youth, one young person at a time. For more than 20 years we have helped place over 2,200 homeless youth in safe housing and off the streets. In 2013 the agency identified a significant gap in the services and resources available to “transitional–age-youth” (those between the ages of 16 and 25) and decided to re-brand as Doors of Change™ and deliver a unique service to address this critical need.

Recognizing that trust is often a significant barrier for youth in need of services, Doors of Change™ selected music and art as a non-threatening way to engage young people living on the streets.

Who We Serve:
Doors of Change work with youth ages 17-25 years old.

For Detailed Information on Services: https://doorsofchange.org/?gclid=CjwKCAjwhNWZBhB_EiwAPzlhNsOAWOspIx5UImtfYEAoOd8bZga41uaQJwZdcNZ_8tXxIxuBFx0gDBoCk1YQAvD_BwE

 

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(760) 415-0009

nicole@doorsofchange.org

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Duwara Consciousness Foundation Shower Trailer

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Our un-sheltered neighbors tell us the facts – the showers they might otherwise have access to do not provide the needed cleanliness, privacy, hot water, security, or availability that they need – and they often have no access to affordable laundry ($10-$15 per load at the laundromat).

Description of Services:

Our un-sheltered neighbors tell us the facts – the showers they might otherwise have access to do not provide the needed cleanliness, privacy, hot water, security, or availability that they need – and they often have no access to affordable laundry ($10-$15 per load at the laundromat).

Good hygiene is as unattainable as it is critical for our homeless neighbors in San Diego. Lack of hygiene can be a profound detriment to one’s dignity and only exacerbates the other problems associated with homelessness and job insecurity.

DCF is dedicated to addressing this key aspect of hygiene. Offering 7 shower stalls (1 wheelchair/family unit) and 2, 20-lb washers and dryers, DCF’s Shower Trailer Program offers these services on a scale unparalleled in San Diego. As many of our homeless neighbors are transient, the mobility of our showers enables us to serve them wherever they reside.

Shower Trailer Schedule:

10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Monday through Fridays (excluding National/Bank Holidays)

For Detailed Information: https://www.duwara.org/what-we-do/#shower-trailer-schedule

101 16th st,
San Diego, 92101

(760) 696-2097

contactus@duwara.org

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Education Compact

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COMPACT is a unique and innovative organization designed to create and implement high-quality programs and services for individuals to reach their fullest potential.

Description of Services:
COMPACT is a unique and innovative organization designed to create and implement high-quality programs and services for individuals to reach their fullest potential.

All of our services are grouped under a program which incorporate one of our five areas of focus: Academic Support, Health & Wellness, Leadership Development, Prevention & Intervention, and Health & Wellness. As with our most recent expansion, there are services in each program that serve youth and adults.

Visit each of our program pages for more information on the services provided in that area of focus.

Services include Academic Support, Health & Wellness, Leadership Development, Prevention & Intervention, Workforce Development, and more.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.educationcompact.org/

220 S Broadway
Escondido, 92025

(760) 839-4515

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Employment Development Department

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The EDD provides a variety of support services to people who have lost their jobs, had their hours reduced, or had their businesses affected during economic downturns like the one created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The EDD provides a variety of support services to people who have lost their jobs, had their hours reduced, or had their businesses affected during economic downturns like the one created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The federal unemployment benefit programs associated with the pandemic have ended. For more information, visit Federal Provisions for Unemployment. However, you may still be eligible for regular unemployment benefits or other support services from the EDD.

You may be eligible for benefit payments through the following programs:

Apply for Benefits

The fastest way to apply for unemployment, disability, or Paid Family Leave is through Benefit Programs Online.

For Detailed Information: https://edd.ca.gov/en/about_edd/coronavirus-2019

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Excel Adult High School (Gale Presents)

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As a trusted institution for those most in need—already supporting adult literacy and workforce development—the public library is the perfect space for a high school completion program. With Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School, your library can reengage adult learners and help them reach a brighter future.

Description of Services: 

As a trusted institution for those most in need—already supporting adult literacy and workforce development—the public library is the perfect space for a high school completion program. With Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School, your library can reengage adult learners and help them reach a brighter future.

Program Features

  • 21.5-credit, college-prep curriculum aligned to national standards
  • Intuitive, anytime, anywhere online platform
  • Flexible, self-paced schedule—finish in 24 months or less
  • Previously earned high school, or GED®, HiSET®, and TASC credits accepted
  • Live, unlimited student tutoring through Train The Brain
  • Counseling team to assist with college or career planning
  • ELL (English-language learner) supported
  • College-level ACE (American Council on Education) courses available

 

For Detailed Information: https://www.gale.com/public/excel

Please contact resource for details

(619) 238-6693

KGarcia@sandiego.gov

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Excel Paid Work Readiness Program

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Get Trained. Get Paid. Get a Job. Our EXCEL program supports justice-impacted youth ages 16 to 24 to develop the skills they need to obtain and maintain employment.

Description of Services: 

Get Trained. Get Paid. Get a Job.
Our EXCEL program supports justice-impacted youth ages 16 to 24 to develop the skills they need to obtain and maintain employment.
  • Interview, enrollment & assessments
  • Attend career readiness classes. WE PAY THE STUDENT! Flexible scheduling is available.
  • Internships & job shadowing opportunities
  • Employment training placement & college enrollment assistance
Eligibility: 
  • Between the ages of 16 – 24
  • Current or former justice-impacted youth
  • San Diego County resident
Contact a career coach today! For more information contact Christopher Zures at 619-213-2079.

For Detailed Information: https://sbcssandiego.org/career-technical-education-programs-2/

430 F Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910

(619) 213-2079

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Face Foundation

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If you are experiencing a medical emergency with your beloved pet and are also experiencing financial hardship, all that is required from the pet owners seeking help is a complete application to determine eligibility.

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If you are experiencing a medical emergency with your beloved pet and are also experiencing financial hardship, all that is required from the pet owners seeking help is a complete application to determine eligibility.

WHO QUALIFIES FOR FACE FUNDING?

  • FACE provides financial grants for pets in need of emergency or critical veterinary care.
  • Pets must have already been seen by a veterinarian within the past two weeks and your veterinarian has determined that your pet has an immediately life-threatening or critical care condition.
  • Pets must have a good prognosis with treatment.
  • FACE can only provide assistance to pet owners residing in San Diego County.

WHO DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR FACE FUNDING?

Please note that FACE cannot provide assistance for the following:

  • Initial exam/consultation fees
  • Routine or non-emergency care (i.e. Vaccines, Spay/Neuter, Cruciate ligament tears, etc.)
  • Services that have already taken place and/or treatment completed prior to FACE approval
  • Conditions requiring ongoing treatment (i.e. Diabetes, Addison’s disease, Heart disease, etc.)
  • Conditions with a poor or guarded prognosis (i.e. kidney failure, etc.)
  • Please note FACE can only assist pet owners up to two times.

Not eligible for financial assistance from FACE?

Here is a list of other organizations that may be able to help: Resources for Veterinary Expenses

For Detailed Information: https://face4pets.org/apply-for-assistance/

10505 SORRENTO VALLEY ROAD SUITE #175
SAN DIEGO, CA 92121

(858) 450-3223

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Fallbrook Family Health Center

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Adult Medical, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Prenatal Care, Dental Care, Behavioral Health, Vision Care, Health Education

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Adult Medical, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Prenatal Care, Dental Care, Behavioral Health, Vision Care, Health Education

For Detailed Information: https://www.chsica.org/locations/#RIV

1328 S. Mission Road,
Fallbrook, CA 92028

(760) 451-4720

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    8:30am – 5:30pm
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    8:00am – 5:00pm
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    8:00am – 5:00pm
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    8:00am – 5:00pm
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    8:00am – 5:00pm
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Family Health Centers of San Diego

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For 50 years, Family Health Centers of San Diego’s (FHCSD) mission has been to provide caring, affordable, high-quality health care and supportive services to everyone, with a special commitment to uninsured, low-income, and medically underserved persons.

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For 50 years, Family Health Centers of San Diego’s (FHCSD) mission has been to provide caring, affordable, high-quality health care and supportive services to everyone, with a special commitment to uninsured, low-income, and medically underserved persons.

Services provided: Urgent care, primary care, insurance enrollment assistance, refugee health assessment program, pharmacy, flu shots, mental health services, dental services, vision services, the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE), plus additional services

For Detailed Information:
http://www.fhcsd.org/

823 Gateway Center Way
San Diego, 92102

(619) 515-2300

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Father Joes Villages

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At least 7,600 people are experiencing homelessness every night in San Diego. Of those, nearly 4,000 men, women, and children lie down to sleep each night on sidewalks, in doorways, canyons, and alleys.

Description of Services: 

At least 7,600 people are experiencing homelessness every night in San Diego. Of those, nearly 4,000 men, women, and children lie down to sleep each night on sidewalks, in doorways, canyons, and alleys. They live without regular access to food or water, and no place to use the bathroom, wash their hands, bathe, or do laundry.

People who are homeless are at greater risk of serious illness, mental health issues, substance abuse, and violence.

For Detailed Information: https://my.neighbor.org/our-solutions/

3350 E St.,
San Diego, CA 92102

(619) 466-3537

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Feeding Pets of the Homeless

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Feeding Pets of the Homeless® is the first national nonprofit providing pet food and emergency veterinary care to pets that belong to people experiencing homelessness.

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Feeding Pets of the Homeless® is the first national nonprofit providing pet food and emergency veterinary care to pets that belong to people experiencing homelessness.

UNCONDITIONAL LOVE – LOYALTY – COMPANIONSHIP – PROTECTION

We believe every pet deserves not to be hungry or suffer from an illness or injury.  If you are homeless, or a Veteran, and need help  caring for your pet, we can help. Evidence shows that animal companionship is fortifying and contributes to the emotional well-being of people experiencing homelessness, including encouraging owners to obtain sobriety, leave abusive relationships, and avoid incarceration.

For Detailed Information: https://petsofthehomeless.org/?gad_source=1&gclid=Cj0KCQjw2PSvBhDjARIsAKc2cgPEzq5_AicwLAHbTx4uEXgnpMfAz95rhn7XTcra919sQNBFJC3nyTAaAtnbEALw_wcB

Multiple locations

(775) 841-7463

info@petsofthehomeless.org

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Food Assistance and Distribution – South Bay Community Services

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In partnership with community members, faith-based partners, Smart Food Foundation, Feeding San Diego and the San Diego Food Bank, SBCS offers healthy food distribution (walk-up) on a monthly basis throughout Chula Vista and connects families in other parts of the County with additional resources.

Description of Services:

In partnership with community members, faith-based partners, Smart Food FoundationFeeding San Diego and the San Diego Food Bank, SBCS offers healthy food distribution (walk-up) on a monthly basis throughout Chula Vista and connects families in other parts of the County with additional resources.

EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY MONTHLY

Castle Park Middle School: 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
160 Quintard Street, Chula Vista, CA 91911

Chula Vista Middle School: 4 – 6 p.m.
415 5th Ave, Chula Vista, CA 91910

Montgomery Middle School: 1- 3 p.m.
1051 Picador Blvd, San Diego, CA 92154

National City Middle School: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
1701 D Ave, National City, CA 91950

How to Qualify?

  • Must be at least 16 years old 
  • Must be in need of food (no proof required) 
  • Must be present during distribution 
  • Distributions available until supplies last 

Food Distribution flyer: English or Spanish or please call (619) 420-3620

For more food distributions, visit the San Diego Food Bank GPS Food Locator

For Detailed Information: https://sbcssandiego.org/portfolio/food-distribution/

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Foster Love

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Foster Love is a non-profit that makes the foster care experience better for the 430,000 children going through it.

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Foster Love is a non-profit that makes the foster care experience better for the 430,000 children going through it.

There are over 430,000 children in foster care and only 214,421 licensed foster parents. This means foster parents and agencies are often left with limited resources. Together We Rise began as a sports camp offering after-school enrichment to foster youth who otherwise could not afford the activity. As the charity grew, we’ve tackled larger problems including access to higher education, emergency resources, and more.

Since 2015, Foster Love has partnered with private donors, college foster care support organizations, nonprofit partners, and government agencies to deliver over $8 million dollars in academic assistance directly to college students who have experienced the foster care system.

For Detailed Information: https://academics.fosterlove.com/

560 W Lambert Rd
Brea, CA 92821

(714) 784-6760

info@togetherwerise.org

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Foster Program (SPCA Global Animal Rescue)

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PAWsitive Recovery offers temporary housing and pet supplies for pets while their owners undergo treatment or transition into sober living. This initiative addresses the significant challenge individuals face in seeking recovery without having someone to care for their animals.

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PAWsitive Recovery offers temporary housing and pet supplies for pets while their owners undergo treatment or transition into sober living. This initiative addresses the significant challenge individuals face in seeking recovery without having someone to care for their animals. Additionally, PAWsitive Recovery extends support to women leaving abusive situations, recognizing the critical role pets play in their decision-making process and the risks they face in such environments. By keeping animals with their owners during and after treatment, PAWsitive Recovery alleviates the burden on shelters and facilitates smoother transitions into recovery.

In many cases, individuals hesitate to seek long-term treatment or sober living due to concerns about their pets’ welfare. PAWsitive Recovery acknowledges the bond between pets and their owners and aims to prevent the distressing prospect of losing a beloved pet during the recovery journey. By offering assistance to both individuals struggling with substance abuse and women escaping domestic violence, PAWsitive Recovery ensures that pets receive care and support, reducing barriers to treatment and promoting the reunification of owners and their pets in aftercare.

For Detailed Information: https://www.spcai.org/our-work/pawsitive-recovery/foster-program

SPCA International
P.O. Box 8682
New York, NY 10001

(212) 244-7722

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Foster the Earth

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Foster the Earth is dedicated to helping vulnerable children and young adults in the foster care system through exposure to the great outdoors. By experiencing the challenges and healing power of extended time in the wild, participants will come away with a deeper respect for themselves, their capacity, and their place in the natural world.

Description of Services:

Foster the Earth is dedicated to helping vulnerable children and young adults in the foster care system through exposure to the great outdoors. By experiencing the challenges and healing power of extended time in the wild, participants will come away with a deeper respect for themselves, their capacity, and their place in the natural world.

Acquiring the skills to accomplish this will be a tool kit they can lean on throughout every aspect of their lives while becoming future advocates for wild places.

Foster the Earth is a 7-month program starting in March each year. We meet once a month for day hikes, where participants learn the skills needed to embark on a week-long backpacking trip at the end of the program.

Each month, our hikes add more distance and altitude, and leaders provide education in Leave No Trace, Wilderness First Aid, and backcountry travel. Through this journey, we deepen our connection to nature and create an experience of a lifetime.

For Detailed Information: https://www.fostertheearth.org/

erin@fostertheearth.org

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FosterClub

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FosterClub is dedicated to providing a peer support network for children and youth in foster care. Further, we believe that the experiences young people have in foster care place them in a position to effect change within the system, inform and motivate their peers, build public awareness and create public will for improved care for abused and neglected children.

Description of Services:
FosterClub is dedicated to providing a peer support network for children and youth in foster care. Further, we believe that the experiences young people have in foster care place them in a position to effect change within the system, inform and motivate their peers, build public awareness and create public will for improved care for abused and neglected children.

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FosterClub is about providing youth a voice within the system that so heavily impacts their lives. Whether advocating on their own behalf, in concern for siblings or family members, or speaking out on behalf of their 400,000 peers currently in the system.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.fosterclub.com/

1575 E. 17th Street
Santa Ana, 92705

(714) 619-8418

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    9am - 5pm
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Fraternity House Inc

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The mission of Fraternity House, Inc. is to provide warm and caring homes where vulnerable persons disabled by HIV/AIDS can receive comprehensive care and services in order to rebuild their health and return to independent living, or where they can spend their last days in comfort and dignity.

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The mission of Fraternity House, Inc. is to provide warm and caring homes where vulnerable persons disabled by HIV/AIDS can receive comprehensive care and services in order to rebuild their health and return to independent living, or where they can spend their last days in comfort and dignity.

Fraternity House, Inc. operates the only two licensed homes in the county that are dedicated to serving men and women with HIV/AIDS. We offer 24-hour personal care from certified nursing assistants, meals, assistance with adherence to complex medication regimens, laundry, organized activities, transportation to doctor’s appointments, and linkage with other important services in our community. Our mission is to provide warm and caring homes where men and women disabled by HIV/AIDS can receive comprehensive care and services in order to rebuild their health and return to independent living, or where they can spend their last days in comfort and dignity.

For Detailed Information: https://fraternityhouse-inc.org/

20702 Elfin Forest Road
Escondido, CA 92029

(760) 736-0292

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Fred Finch Youth Center

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At Fred Finch, these values are not just what we say, but what we do. You can see it in every program. Our staff is compassionate and committed, resourceful with your donations, and innovative in our solutions. We work with young people to overcome multiple and simultaneous challenges, including homelessness, economic disadvantage, mental health, and cognitive disabilities, and histories of significant trauma and loss.

Description of Services:
At Fred Finch, these values are not just what we say, but what we do. You can see it in every program. Our staff is compassionate and committed, resourceful with your donations, and innovative in our solutions. We work with young people to overcome multiple and simultaneous challenges, including homelessness, economic disadvantage, mental health, and cognitive disabilities, and histories of significant trauma and loss.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.fredfinch.org/

8787 Complex Drive, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92123

(619)797-1090

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Growing Minds: Early Education Programs

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Growing Minds operates five child development centers in four communities of North San Diego County. Our child development program prepares 2-5-year-old children from over 400 low to middle-income families for entry into the formal education system.

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Growing Minds operates five child development centers in four communities of North San Diego County. Our child development program prepares 2-5-year-old children from over 400 low to middle-income families for entry into the formal education system. Using a child-centered, play-based curriculum, children enrolled in our programs strengthen skills that will help them succeed in kindergarten and beyond.

  • Full-Day and Part-Day Programs 
  • 8 Students to 1 Teacher Ratio
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and PM Snack
  • Educational Program Component

 

The educational program shall include activities that meet the cultural and individual developmental needs of every child. Curriculum and assessments are developed using the California Preschool Learning Foundations.  The Preschool Learning Foundations outline key knowledge and skills that most children can achieve when provided with the kinds of interactions, instruction, and environments shown by research to promote learning and development. The educational activities shall help each child develop:

  • A Positive Self Image
  • Socialization Skills
  • Physical Growth and Development
  • Problem-Solving Skills, Nature, Math, and Science
  • Literacy, Language, and Communication Skills
  • Enrichment activities such as Music, the Arts, and Visual and Performing Arts

 

For Detailed Information: https://www.sdnccs.org/preschool

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Guardian Scholars Program (San Diego State)

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SDSU Guardian Scholars (GS) Program is a holistic support program committed to serving students who identify as current or former foster youth, wards of the court, under legal guardianship or unaccompanied homeless youth by supporting their transition to, through, and beyond SDSU.

Description of Services:
SDSU Guardian Scholars (GS) Program is a holistic support program committed to serving students who identify as current or former foster youth, wards of the court, under legal guardianship or unaccompanied homeless youth by supporting their transition to, through, and beyond SDSU.

Services and Benefits:

  • GS First Meet Up
  • GS Scholarships
  • GS Housing Award – On and Off-Campus Assistance
    • View our GS Housing Award Program for Prospective Landlords here.
  • Fall and Spring Care Packages
  • Fall and Spring Kick-Offs
  • GS University Seminar Class (Fall and Spring)
  • Monthly Meetings
  • Wellness Coaching
  • Thanksgiving and Graduation Celebration Dinners
  • Free Test Materials (scantrons, blue books)
  • Guardian Scholars Resource Area
  • Dress to Express: Senior Professional Attire Shopping Day
  • Invitations to donor and campus-sponsored events

For Detailed Information:

https://sacd.sdsu.edu/eop/programs/guardian-scholars

5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, 92182

619-594-0140

bspencer@sdsu.edu

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Hand UP Loan (Jewish Family Service)

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These are unprecedented times as our community takes widespread action to limit the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Thousands of San Diegans have been laid off, furloughed, or are unable to work in order to care for their family – making it difficult to pay monthly expenses, gain new skills, and access vital community services.

Description of Services:
These are unprecedented times as our community takes widespread action to limit the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Thousands of San Diegans have been laid off, furloughed, or are unable to work in order to care for their family – making it difficult to pay monthly expenses, gain new skills, and access vital community services. We are committed to providing interest-free education, small business, and transportation loans so our community can have a secure and financially independent future.

We prioritize requests that signal a clear step toward long-term stability, and we work with applicants on budgeting and credit counseling to ensure they can stay on top of their repayment plan. Applicants agree to a maximum repayment term of 36 months and are encouraged to make monthly ACH (automatic electronic) payments.

We provide $1,000 – $2,500 loans for:

  • Education
  • Small Business
  • Car repairs/transportation

For Detailed Information:
http://www.jfssd.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_connect_loans

8804 Balboa Ave
San Diego, 92123

(858) 637-3210

accessjfs@jfssd.org

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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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Home Start

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Guided by our mission to assure the safety and resiliency of children by strengthening families and their communities, Home Start, Inc., a non-profit child abuse prevention and treatment agency, has strengthened and developed San Diego’s families, communities, and systems of care since 1972.

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Guided by our mission to assure the safety and resiliency of children by strengthening families and their communities, Home Start, Inc., a non-profit child abuse prevention and treatment agency, has strengthened and developed San Diego’s families, communities, and systems of care since 1972.

To effectively prevent and treat child abuse, Home Start addresses the conditions that can contribute to risky or abusive situations – poverty, unsafe neighborhoods, lack of affordable housing, and unemployment – while concurrently addressing individual self-sufficiency and emotional needs.

For Detailed Information: https://home-start.org/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxs6bpJv4gAMV0gqtBh1oxw2QEAAYASAAEgK-LfD_BwE

5005 Taxas Street, Suite 203
San Diego, 92108

(619) 692-0727

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Homeless Housing and Support Services – San Diego Youth Services

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We provide shelter and transitional housing for children and young adults, without a home, who otherwise would have nowhere to go.

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We provide shelter and transitional housing for children and young adults, without a home, who otherwise would have nowhere to go.

Through our programs, we move youth experiencing homelessness into safe and stable housing and provide the tools and training they need to create a healthy path in life. They build independent living skills through intensive, in-home case management, counseling, and wraparound services to get them back on their feet. Our transitional housing and support also provide them with time to complete their education and get sustainable employment.

Our Youth Emergency Shelter is the only emergency night shelter in the county for homeless and runaway youth. We provide shelter and support services for children and teens, ages 12 to 17, who don’t have a safe place to live or are victims of physical or sexual abuse, neglect or exploitation.

TAY Academy provides long-term shelter options to youth experiencing homelessness, including those who have exited the foster/probation system. We provide wraparound services to support their individual goals and their overall journey toward becoming stable and independent.

Our programs are open to both single and parenting youth. Our program has a waitlist because of the high demand for housing assistance.

TAY Housing provides housing to youth experiencing homelessness and former foster/probation youth experiencing homelessness. We provide services to each youth to support their individual goals and their overall goal of becoming stable and independent.

Our programs support foster youth, ages 18-21, and foster youth exiting the system, ages 18-24. Our programs are open to both single and parenting youth. Our program has a waitlist because of the high demand for housing assistance.

Our YHP program consists of four components and provides rapid rehousing, as well as transitional housing to homeless and at-risk young adults to help them become independent and self-sufficient so that they are able to leave our programs and live on their own.

For Detailed Information: https://sdyouthservices.org/services/homeless-housing-and-support/

San Diego Youth Services
3255 Wing Street
San Diego, CA 92110

(619) 221-8600

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Homeless Men’s Services – Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego

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The mission of Homeless Men’s Services is to provide men with tools to improve their quality of life, to retain their personal dignity and to help them to be welcomed back into their communities.

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LA POSADA INTERIM HOUSING PROGRAM

24/7 Men’s short and long-term housing program for homeless men and farm workers

PROGRAM CAPACITY: 100

SERVICES:

  • Safe environment
  • Bathroom, shower, and laundry facilities
  • Daily hot meals
  • Clean clothing
  • Clean bedding
  • Mailing address
  • Medical referrals to local health providers
  • Job referrals and assistance with employments leads
  • Case Management
  • Toiletries for personal hygiene

CATHOLIC CHARITIES DAY CENTER- SERVES ALL GENDERS

Located in El Centro, the Day Center is the only day center of its kind in Imperial County. Open every day of the year including holidays.

PROGRAM CAPACITY: 110

SERVICES

  • Access to restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities
  • Mail Services
  • Morning coffee and a light breakfast
  • Hot Nutritious meal at lunch time
  • A take-away light meal at the end of the day for dinner
  • Access to personal hygiene products and cleaning supplies
  • Optional case management focused on health and safety identifying, and overcoming barriers with a goal of obtaining housing

For Detailed Information: https://ccdsd.org/homeless-mens-services/

250 West Orange Ave. El Centro, CA 92243 &
2478 Impala Drive, Carlsbad CA 92010

619 323-2841

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iFoster

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iFoster’s mission is to ensure that every child growing up outside of their biological home has the resources and opportunities they need to become successful, independent adults. We provide a free platform of resources for foster care youth, caregivers, and organizations.

Description of Services:

iFoster’s mission is to ensure that every child growing up outside of their biological home has the resources and opportunities they need to become successful, independent adults. We provide a free platform of resources for foster care youth, caregivers, and organizations.

We create solutions driving collaboration and efficiencies across the child welfare system, and engage the community outside of child welfare to support our nation’s most vulnerable children. Learn more about the resources for foster care youth available through iFoster.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.ifoster.org/

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(855) 936-7837

support@ifoster.org

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Imperial Beach Community Clinic

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Imperial Beach Community Clinic is a family-friendly healthcare organization serving San Diego’s South Bay since 1971. Ever since 1971, when several Navy doctors allied with the local community to open IBCC, our mission has been to provide high-quality medical care for all members of our community, regardless of ability to pay.

Description of Services: 

Imperial Beach Community Clinic is a family-friendly healthcare organization serving San Diego’s South Bay since 1971. Ever since 1971, when several Navy doctors allied with the local community to open IBCC, our mission has been to provide high-quality medical care for all members of our community, regardless of ability to pay.

From flu shots to family planning to care for chronic diseases, we treat the whole person on a long-term basis. Our team considers your overall health, preferences, and experiences as we create a treatment plan that is right for you. Our doctors enjoy getting to know patients and their families and appreciate the support that comes from having a lab, nutrition, and behavioral specialists on-site. More importantly, our friendly Spanish-speaking staff knows their primary task is to make you feel comfortable and understood at every step of your healthcare journey.

For Detailed Information: https://www.ibclinic.org/

Multiple locations

(619)429-3733

info@ibclinic.org

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Independent Living Association

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Independent livings are privately owned or operated homes or complexes that provide shared housing for adults with disabilities, including mental illness, and others who may benefit from a shared living environment.

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Independent livings are privately owned or operated homes or complexes that provide shared housing for adults with disabilities, including mental illness, and others who may benefit from a shared living environment. Tenants in independent livings are able to live independently, are often on a fixed income, and do not need supervision or care from their landlord.

The Independent Living Association (ILA) is a collaborative community-wide effort focused on supporting independent living operators, tenants, and the community by promoting high-quality independent livings.

The ILA is a resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information about independent livings in several California counties.

For Detailed Information: https://ilacalifornia.org/

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Independent Living Skills ( I.L.S. )

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Independent Living Skills (ILS) assists current and former foster youth to develop skills and access community resources to help build self-sufficiency. Foster youth ages 16 to 18 years old who are in out-of-home placement receive services from County ILS staff. Non-Minor Dependent (NMD) youth ages 18-21 and former foster youth receive services from ILS contracted providers. ILS services are available to eligible current and former foster youth up to age 21.

Description of Services:

Independent Living Skills (ILS) assists current and former foster youth to develop skills and access community resources to help build self-sufficiency.

Foster youth ages 16 to 18 years old who are in out-of-home placement receive services from County ILS staff. Non-Minor Dependent (NMD) youth ages 18-21 and former foster youth receive services from ILS contracted providers. ILS services are available to eligible current and former foster youth up to age 21.

Through close interaction with an ILS social worker and case manager, foster youth are encouraged to develop the skills necessary to be successful in living independently. ILS-eligible youth receive support in many areas including:

·         Making positive life choices

·         Educational support

·         Finding safe, affordable housing

·         Managing and maintaining your home environment

·         Applying for scholarships and obtaining financial aid

·         Financial planning, budgeting, and money management

·         Accessing health and community resources

·         Job Readiness and seeking/maintaining employment

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/hhsa/programs/cs/child_welfare_services/independent_living_skills.html

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(866) 457-4636

ils.hhsa@sdcounty.ca.gov

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Indian Health Council

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Indian Health Council is a healthcare institution serving nine federally recognized consortium tribes of the Native American reservations in San Diego’s north county region.

Description of Services: 

Indian Health Council is a healthcare institution serving nine federally recognized consortium tribes of the Native American reservations in San Diego’s north county region.

Indian Health Council is collectively representative of several clinical divisions including Medical, Dental, Behavioral Health, and Pharmacy. IHC operates under the guidance of its Administration Department and operates two Health Centers under the tireless work of Support Services. A multitude of programs and services are performed through several other departments including, but not limited to; Health Promotions, Research and Student Development, and Tribal Family Services.

For Detailed Information: https://www.indianhealth.com/

50100 Golsh Rd.
Valley Center, CA 92082 or
110 1/2 School House Canyon Rd.
Santa Ysabel, CA 92070

(760) 749-1410 or (760) 765-4203

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Community Case Management (Jewish Family Service)

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Every day, we welcome individuals, families, and older adults facing diverse challenges – financial emergencies, hunger, unemployment, housing, instability at home, and growing concerns with physical or mental health. When you are working hard, but falling short, case managers serve as committed partners in navigating the resources available to you and your family.

Description of Services:

Every day, we welcome individuals, families, and older adults facing diverse challenges – financial emergencies, hunger, unemployment, housing, instability at home, and growing concerns with physical or mental health. When you are working hard, but falling short, case managers serve as committed partners in navigating the resources available to you and your family.

First, we listen. Then, we work together to problem-solve, find the most helpful options for your unique situation, and create a plan to support your immediate stability and long-term goals.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

For San Diegans experiencing financial hardships, we may be able to provide limited assistance with vital expenses. For more information, please call (858) 637-3210 or start the process online by clicking here.

DIAPER BANK

Thanks to a partnership with the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and other community donors, we provide a weekly diaper distribution for families in our community. Families can receive 75 free diapers a month for each child in their family who requires them. Diaper pickup is every Friday from 10:00am–1:00pm. To request diapers, please call (858) 637-3027 or email diaperbank@jfssd.org with your name, phone number, and sizes needed.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.jfssd.org/our-services/adults-families/community-case-management/

Please contact resource for details

(858) 637-3210

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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 5pm
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    8:30am – 4pm
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Interfaith Community Services

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Since our organization’s formation in 1979, Interfaith Community Services has stood for inclusion. We began as a movement dedicated to bringing people together and providing compassion for people in crisis, no matter the circumstances.

Description of Services:

Since our organization’s formation in 1979, Interfaith Community Services has stood for inclusion. We began as a movement dedicated to bringing people together and providing compassion for people in crisis, no matter the circumstances. Each day since, our community continues to grow in its diversity and scope of support. Services include: basic needs, housing, treatment, and employment development.

For Detailed Information: https://interfaithservices.org/all-services/

550 W Washington Ave. Escondido, CA 92025

(760) 489-6380

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Interfaith Shelter Network

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Interfaith Shelter Network’s mission is to enable those we serve to move toward self-sufficiency by coordinating the efforts of participating congregations, social service agencies, and governmental programs in order to provide shelter and other resources to homeless individuals and families in the San Diego region.

Description of Services:
Interfaith Shelter Network’s mission is to enable those we serve to move toward self-sufficiency by coordinating the efforts of participating congregations, social service agencies, and governmental programs in order to provide shelter and other resources to homeless individuals and families in the San Diego region.

Interfaith Shelter Network (ISN) helps San Diego’s homeless and those at-risk of homelessness to overcome barriers to permanent housing by providing case-managed, basic services. Our clients have a greater opportunity to achieve more permanent housing through ISN’s successful strategies.

Emergency Shelter:

Rotational Shelter Program is the only region-wide winter shelter program in San Diego and one of the few that serves families with children. Guests receive case-managed shelter, meals, and basic services at local congregations for up to eight weeks.

DV Transitional Housing:

El Nido (the Nest) transitional housing program provides a safe haven for homeless women with children who are fleeing domestic violence (DV). Participants receive trauma-informed, culturally-competent case management and counseling.

Contact the El Nido office at 619-563-9878

Housing & Prevention Services:

Provides case-managed, limited financial assistance to low-income households to remove financial barriers to acquiring or maintaining permanent housing. Our skilled staff has extensive knowledge of San Diego’s housing situation.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.interfaithshelter.org/

3530 Camino del Rio N. Suite 301
San Diego, 92108

(619) 702-5399

interfaith@interfaithshelter.org

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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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Jewish Family Service

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When people first contact JFS, it’s often with an urgent need like food, transportation, or housing. Others seek assistance for an aging parent or a new network of support. We start by helping people access the resources to stabilize their situation. Then, we work together to create a plan.

Description of Services:

When people first contact JFS, it’s often with an urgent need like food, transportation, or housing. Others seek assistance for an aging parent or a new network of support. We start by helping people access the resources to stabilize their situation. Then, we work together to create a plan.

With an approach rooted in supportive personal relationships and strong community partnerships, we deliver services that foster the health, skills, confidence, and resilience of every person we serve. Over time, our clients build a foundation of economic stability, personal wellbeing, and community connection that empowers them to thrive.

At JFS, we recognize that systemic change requires the attention and coordinated action of diverse organizations and people. That’s why we actively partner to identify, address, and advocate for effective solutions to San Diego’s most complex and pressing challenges.

We are a home for the whole community – for people in search of a better life and for those seeking to make better lives possible. We act as a hub of volunteer engagement and community leadership—providing meaningful service opportunities within our agency and building deep, strong relationships among clients, supporters, staff, and volunteers.

By working together to improve the lives of individuals and families, we strengthen the whole community.

For Detailed Information: https://www.jfssd.org/our-services/

8804 & 8788 Balboa Avenue
San Diego, 92123

(858) 637-3300

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    8:30am - 5pm
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    8:30am - 5pm
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    8:30am - 5pm
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    8:30am - 5pm
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    8:30am - 4pm
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John Burton Advocates for Youth

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John Burton Advocates for Youth improves the quality of life for youth in California who have been in foster care or homeless by advocating for better laws, training communities to strengthen local practices and conducting research to inform policy solutions. 

Description of Services:

John Burton Advocates for Youth improves the quality of life for youth in California who have been in foster care or homeless by advocating for better laws, training communities to strengthen local practices and conducting research to inform policy solutions.

JBAY focuses on youth who have been in foster care or homeless, aged 13 to 26. The needs of this population are considerable. Youth enter foster care due to abuse or neglect and, sadly, their challenges are often compounded by the system itself due to placement instability, school changes, lack of access to mental health services to address trauma, and the lack of consistent, unconditional care.

For Detailed Information: https://jbay.org/

235 Montgomery Street
Suite 1142
San Francisco, CA 94104

(415) 348-0011

info@jbay.org

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Karys Helping Hand

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We believe each and every person has value and deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and compassion.

Description of Services: 

We believe each and every person has value and deserves to be treated with dignity, respect, and compassion.

Our goal is to help every individual make the brave choice to ask for help and leave the streets behind. We build relationships with those we reach out to, encouraging them to seek shelter when possible

Each month, we visit an area in San Diego where the homeless are known to congregate. Our team of volunteers offers home-cooked meals, something we would serve our own families, to approximately 150 individuals at our community outreach events. We also distribute gently used clothing, hygiene products, blankets, jackets, socks, and other needed items.

For Detailed Information: https://www.karyshelpinghand.org/how-we-help.html

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La Maestra Community Health Centers

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To provide quality healthcare and education, improve the overall well-being of the family, bringing the underserved, ethnically diverse communities into the mainstream of our society, through a caring, effective, culturally and linguistically competent manner, respecting the dignity of all patients.

Description of Services:

To provide quality healthcare and education, improve the overall well-being of the family, bringing the underserved, ethnically diverse communities into the mainstream of our society, through a caring, effective, culturally and linguistically competent manner, respecting the dignity of all patients.

La Maestra Community Health Centers provides services to all clients seeking family planning or related health and wellness services. Services are rendered without respect to durational residency or physician referral: Durational residency, citizenship, or immigration status are not prerequisites to receive services. Eligibility is not determined by durational residency, citizenship, or immigration status. A referral from a physician is not a prerequisite to receive services. Eligibility is not determined by referral status.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.lamaestra.org/

Multiple Locations
Main Clinic - 4060 Fairmount Avenue,
San Diego, CA, 92105

(619) 280-4213

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    8am - 5pm
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Lasagna Love

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Do you or a friend need a hand with dinner? Kindness is for everyone. No matter the reason for the need, your community wants to help. Let a neighbor deliver a home-cooked lasagna or main dish to your family one night. We currently have volunteers cooking in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Description of Services:

Do you or a friend need a hand with dinner?

Kindness is for everyone. No matter the reason for the need, your community wants to help. Let a neighbor deliver a home-cooked lasagna or main dish to your family one night. We currently have volunteers cooking in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

1 Click here to see if Lasagna Love is in your area

2 Sign up or nominate a friend.

3 Get matched to a local volunteer.

4 Coordinate a day and time.

5 Get a safe and contactless delivery.

6 We’re always here when you need us.

For Detailed Information: https://lasagnalove.org/request/

Multiple locations

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info@lasagnalove.org

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Leap to Success

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The mission of Leap to Success is to educate and empower women who are overcoming domestic violence, homelessness, and other major life challenges to reach their greatest potential.

Description of Services: 

The mission of Leap to Success is to educate and empower women who are overcoming domestic violence, homelessness, and other major life challenges to reach their greatest potential.

When a woman has low self-confidence, it can keep her stuck in negative cycles. Leap to Success is committed to giving women tools, skills, and support systems to believe in their own worth and value, so they can live their best lives.

And, when women are empowered, they can:

  • break cycles of poverty and violence
  • be more employable and take steps toward financial stability
  • activate positive, lasting change in themselves, their children, and the communities around them

 

For Detailed Information: https://leaptosuccess.org/

5205 Avenida Encinas, Ste. A,
Carlsbad, CA 92008

(760) 710-9510

info@leaptosuccess.org

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License to Freedom

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We believe immigrants and refugees regardless of gender, country of origin, age, sexual orientation, ability, or religious belief have the freedom to thrive and live happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives. We acknowledge and amplify the voice and stories of survivors of domestic violence and advocate for social and economic justice.

Description of Services: 

We believe immigrants and refugees regardless of gender, country of origin, age, sexual orientation, ability, or religious belief have the freedom to thrive and live happy, healthy, and fulfilling lives. We acknowledge and amplify the voice and stories of survivors of domestic violence and advocate for social and economic justice. We respect and honor culture through tolerance, understanding, and empathy and create safe and inclusive spaces for growth, development, and discourse. We empower refugees and immigrants to overcome barriers that limit their success by encouraging their personal and professional growth. We promote and encourage healthy relationships, community building, and community development through social engagement and positive community support systems.

We promote peaceful, loving, and safe relationships within the diverse immigrant and refugee communities of San Diego. This is accomplished through services and strategies that build resilience and self-sufficiency, support healing from trauma and violence and advocacy for equity and justice.

For Detailed Information: https://licensetofreedom.org/

131 Avocado Ave.
El Cajon, CA 92020

(619) 401-2800

admin@licensetofreedom.org

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Lifeline Community Services

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Lifeline Community Services’ mission is to build self-reliance among youth, adults, and families through high-quality, community-based services. Lifeline aspires to foster long-lasting personal growth and systemic change to the adverse social conditions impacting youth, adults and families.

Our Mission

Lifeline Community Services’ mission is to build self-reliance among youth, adults, and families through high-quality, community-based services.

Our Vision
Lifeline aspires to foster long-lasting personal growth and systemic change to the adverse social conditions impacting youth, adults and families. Lifeline seeks to build resiliency to those we serve in order to reach their highest potential.

Our Core Values

  • Prevention: To provide the earliest intervention to reduce system involvement
  • Quality: To pursue excellence in client intervention and clinical oversight
  • Collaboration: To build mutually beneficial partnerships to increase impact.

Services provided include:
Transitional housing programs, homelessness prevention and support, case management, child abuse & domestic violence services, parent education, mental health counseling, human trafficking prevention, youth development and leadership, mediation, and fair housing education.

Additional Information:
Lifeline Community Services – VISTA OFFICE: 200 Michigan Avenue, Vista, CA 92084, Tel: 760-726-4900. Lifeline Community Services – OCEANSIDE OFFICE: 707 Oceanside Blvd., Oceanside, CA 92054, Tel: 760-757-0118. Lifeline Community Services – ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE: 4180 Ruffin Rd, Ste 295, San Diego CA 92123, Tel: 760-726-4900.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.nclifeline.org/

Multiple locations

760-726-4900

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LifeWireless

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The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal benefit program operated by the Federal Communications Commission that helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices.

Description of Services:

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal benefit program operated by the Federal Communications Commission that helps low-income households pay for broadband service and internet connected devices.

Eligible subscribers can enroll in both programs at the same time. Eligible subscribers receive MORE data if participating in the ACP than in Lifeline alone.

If your household is eligible for ACP and you enroll with Life Wireless, you will receive the following monthly:

  • FREE Unlimited Talk & Text
  • FREE Unlimited Data
  • FREE Smartphone (or bring your own)

Only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household.

Eligibility is based on income less than or equal to 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or participation in Lifeline, Medicaid, SNAP, WIC, free or reduced-price school lunch/breakfast, or Pell Grant and is determined by the National Verifier and (proof of eligibility may be required). The ACP benefit is non-transferable and is limited to one monthly service discount and benefit transfer per household. For ACP details and applicable terms and conditions, visit www.lifewireless.com/ACP/tac or call us at 1-888-543-3620. If the FCC announces the end the ACP, we end our ACP service offers, or if your household is no longer eligible, we will notify you and you will revert to receiving only the standard FREE Lifeline plan if you are eligible or you may choose service subject to our regular rates, terms and conditions.

THE AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM (ACP) WILL NOT ACCEPT NEW ENROLLMENTS STARTING FEB. 8, 2024. LIFE WIRELESS WILL STILL ACCEPT ACP BENEFIT TRANSFERS.

For Detailed Information: https://www.lifewireless.com/

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1-888-543-3620

info@lifewireless.com

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    9:00 AM - 6:00 PM ET
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    9:00 AM - 6:00 PM ET
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    9:00 AM - 6:00 PM ET
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    9:00 AM - 6:00 PM ET
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MAAC Head Start, Early Head Start & State Preschool

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MAAC Head Start, Early Head Start and State Preschool programs deliver national school readiness programs at no cost to eligible families. Eligibility is based on family size and income. We serve children (0-5) and their families, children with disabilities and pregnant women.

Description of Services: 

MAAC Head Start, Early Head Start and State Preschool programs deliver national school readiness programs at no cost to eligible families. Eligibility is based on family size and income. We serve children (0-5) and their families, children with disabilities and pregnant women. We serve nearly 1,800 children and their families in North San Diego County in the communities of Carlsbad, Escondido, Fallbrook, Oceanside, San Marcos, Valley Center, and Vista.

For information about eligibility or enrollment at one of our MAAC Head Start centers, or for general questions, please call (760) 471-4210, or click below to start your application online today!

Click here to view our program flyer and a list of our child development center locations.

For Detailed Information: https://maacproject.org/main/impact/child-development/headstart/

Please contact resource for details

(760) 471-4210

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MAAC Project

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Today, MAAC provides life-changing services to over 35,000 individuals annually throughout San Diego County. Collaboration with community partners ensures MAAC remains on the forefront of the community’s ever-changing needs, while strong relationships with funders foster strategic planning around emerging trends.

Description of Services:
Today, MAAC provides life-changing services to over 35,000 individuals annually throughout San Diego County. Collaboration with community partners ensures MAAC remains on the forefront of the community’s ever-changing needs, while strong relationships with funders foster strategic planning around emerging trends. MAAC’s Pathways of Service — Advocacy & Leadership Development, Economic Development, Education, Health & Well-being, and Housing — support our mission of maximizing self-sufficiency with families and individuals through high-quality programs and advocacy in our communities.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.maacproject.org/

1355 Third Avenue
Chula Vista, 91911

(619) 426‐3595

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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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McAlister Institute

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McAlister Institute provides professional services that heal the lives of individuals and families, improving the quality of life in communities through the miracle of recovery. They provides a comprehensive range of substance abuse treatment and wraparound recovery services

Description of Services:

McAlister Institute provides professional services that heal the lives of individuals and families, improving the quality of life in communities through the miracle of recovery.

McAlister Institute provides a comprehensive range of substance abuse treatment and wraparound recovery services including:

  • Intervention
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Individualized treatment planning and case management
  • Evidence-based, trauma-informed, and gender-specific curriculum
  • Co-occurring mental health treatment
  • Vocational rehabilitation and on-the-job training
  • Life skills and educational workshops
  • Relapse prevention and aftercare
  • Re-entry assistance
  • Family therapy
  • Developmental screenings
  • Homeless outreach and short-term case management
  • Referrals to and from healthcare clinics, law enforcement and criminal justice, Child Welfare Services, homeless shelters, mental health clinics, legal service providers, affordable housing, educational institutions, and other community resources

 

Together, McAlister Institute’s 24 programs represent a continuum of care that spans prevention and education, outreach, intervention, outpatient treatment, short-term and long-term residential care, aftercare, and sober living.

For Detailed Information:

https://www.mcalisterinc.org/services/

1400 N. Johnson Avenue, Suite 101
El Cajon, 92020

(619) 442-0277

info@mcalisterinc.org

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Mobile Operations of Dignity: Fresh Start Showers (Think Dignity)

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Launched in 2016 as the premier program of our Mobile Operations of Dignity (MOD) Squad, our Fresh Start Showers is a two-shower mobile trailer that provides access to safe shower facilities and basic hygiene resources for people experiencing homelessness in San Diego County.

Description of Services:

Launched in 2016 as the premier program of our Mobile Operations of Dignity (MOD) Squad, our Fresh Start Showers is a two-shower mobile trailer that provides access to safe shower facilities and basic hygiene resources for people experiencing homelessness in San Diego County.

Our Process

Our Fresh Start Showers events can provide up to 24 showers on a first-come, first-serve basis (ID is not required). Every guest receives a toiletry kit and bath towel to use during their 15 minutes in a private shower unit (or 30 minutes for seniors, people with mobility restrictions, or families with minors). Our shower events also serve as a resource hub as we offer services on-site, such as food, ID vouchers, or haircuts, for guests to access while utilizing our shower services.

COVID-19 Safety Measures

To ensure the safety of our guests during the COVID-19 pandemic, we installed brand new air filtration and automated sanitation systems—courtesy of the University of San Diego—in each unit that ventilate the space every 1-2 minutes and disinfect every surface within 30-60 seconds after every shower. Masks are also recommended for guests and required for all volunteers and staff on-site.

For Detailed Information: https://www.thinkdignity.org/project/mod-squad-showers/

26th St. and Pershing Dr.,
San Diego, CA 92104

(619) 537-8736

merlynn.thinkdignity@gmail.com

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Modest Needs

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Modest Needs is a tax-exempt charity where you can make small, emergency grants to low-income workers who’re at risk of slipping into poverty and for whom no other source of immediate help is available.

Description of Services:

Modest Needs is a tax-exempt charity where you can make small, emergency grants to low-income workers who’re at risk of slipping into poverty and for whom no other source of immediate help is available.

Since 2002, Modest Needs’ donors have stopped the cycle of poverty for 17,464 hard-working individuals and families that conventional philanthropy otherwise had forgotten.

For Detailed Information: https://www.modestneeds.org/for-applicants/apply-for-help.asp

33 Irving Place, FL 5
New York, NY 10003

(844) 667-3776

general.questions@modestneeds.org

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    9am - 2pm ET
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