My First Home, a program of Just in Time for Foster Youth transforms once empty apartments into warm homes with gently-used and new furnishings from our caring community.

Basic Needs/Emergencies

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Are you experiencing an emergency? Do you need immediate financial support? Emergency/Basic Needs provides critical financial support in emergency situations, including rent, bus passes, gas cards, grocery gift cards, clothing, and vehicle repair.

Description of Services:
Are you experiencing an emergency? Do you need immediate financial support? Emergency/Basic Needs provides critical financial support in emergency situations, including rent, bus passes, gas cards, grocery gift cards, clothing, and vehicle repair. Provides youth in transition with immediate financial assistance for items such as rent, bus passes, gas cards, interview clothing, vehicle repair, food cards, and other urgent needs. Program staff personally meet applicants, identify and assess needs, and assist with purchasing the essentials to resolve the immediate financial emergency. Staff and volunteers also provide one-on-one advice to participants by sitting down and outlining a budget and financial plan. Youth are given an overview of all JIT programs and may apply for other services.

Requirements:
Youth must be going to school and/or working and between the ages of 18 and 26.

For Detailed Information:
https://jitfosteryouth.org/emergency-needs/

 

4560 Alvarado Canyon Rd Ste 2G
San Diego CA 92120

(619) 770-1850

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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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Catholic Charities – Night Shelter

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Emergency Short-term shelter for men and women

Description of Services:
Emergency Short-term shelter for men and women

Additional Information:
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. To address the root causes of homelessness for women by creating communities that value individual needs and differences, with opportunities to effect changes in their lives.

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

349 Cedar Street
San Diego, 92101

(619) 696-6645

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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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    8am - 5pm
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Community Resource Center

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Without a place to live, those at risk can spiral into a permanent cycle of homelessness. Critical CRC services are designed to help people avoid or escape that cycle while individualized case managers and counselors work with clients to create individualized goals for self-sufficiency.

Description of Services:
Without a place to live, those at risk can spiral into a permanent cycle of homelessness. Critical CRC services are designed to help people avoid or escape that cycle while individualized case managers and counselors work with clients to create individualized goals for self-sufficiency.

Additional Information:
CRC provides assistance with rental payments and deposits as well as utility assistance for individuals in the community. Individuals receiving this service must be assigned a case manager with CRC.

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

650 Second Street
Escondido, 92024

(760) 753-8300

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Counseling Services (Jewish Family Service)

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We offer professional counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults of every age. We serve all people regardless of race, religion, nationality, or sexual orientation. Most of our therapists are Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Psychologists, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists.

Description of Services:
We offer professional counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults of every age. We serve all people regardless of race, religion, nationality, or sexual orientation. Most of our therapists are Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Psychologists, or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. JFS is a training site for interns in social work and psychology who are earning advanced degrees or hours towards licensure. These counselors work under the close supervision of a licensed therapist.

We offer competitive fees based on a sliding scale. Most insurance is accepted, including Medicare and Tricare. Day and evening appointments are available.

Counseling is available for individuals, youth, couples, families, and groups. You and your therapist will decide the best type of therapy for you.

Additional Information:
Short-Term Problem Focused Therapy: Don’t want to spend months, even years, in therapy? We don’t want you to either. We’ll spend 6-12 weeks empowering you with the tools and skills you need to work through tough times. Long-Term Therapy: Maybe your situation requires more time. Long-term therapy may be better suited for solving more complicated issues. Mood Disorder Counseling: About 1 in 4 Americans suffers from a mood disorder. Our professional staff is specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders. We offer individual, couple, family, and group therapy, as mood disorders often affect entire families, not just the person suffering. Join our Mood Disorder Support Group and meet others who really understand what you are going through.

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

8804 Balboa Ave
San Diego, 92123

(858) 637-3210

jfsonline@jfssd.org

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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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County of San Diego Health and Human Services

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You must be a senior citizen (62 years of age or older), a disabled individual, or a low-income family.

Description of Services:
You must be a senior citizen (62 years of age or older), a disabled individual, or a low-income family.

Additional Information:
You must either live in an unincorporated area of San Diego County, or in the cities of Chula Vista, Coronado, Del Mar, El Cajon, Escondido, Imperial Beach, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Poway, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach, or Vista.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/sdhcd/renters/public_housing.html

3989 Ruffin Road
San Diego, 92123

(858) 694-4801

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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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    8am - 5pm
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Crisis House/ Transitional Housing

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Fresh Start (Families) Crisis House provides Transitional Housing and comprehensive support services to homeless families with children through this community collaboration.

Description of Services:
Fresh Start (Families) Crisis House provides Transitional Housing and comprehensive support services to homeless families with children through this community collaboration. Weekly intensive case management and psycho-social assessment determines the individual’s short and long term case plan.

Additional Information:
Support services include food pantry privileges, counseling, crisis intervention, career exploration, employment development/assistance, transportation, life skill building, conflict resolution, legal, General Education Diploma test preparation, budgeting, alcohol and/or drug abuse services, referrals to other necessary services, help applying for public assistance. Three, 3 bedroom apartments house a total of 15 family members.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.crisishouse.org/transitional_housing.html

1034 Magnolia
El Cajon, 92020

(619) 444-1194

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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 – 5pm
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Dreams for Change Safe Parking Program Safe

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The Safe Parking Program provides a safe parking environment and supportive services for transitional homeless living in their vehicles for overnight stays.

Description of Services:
The Safe Parking Program provides a safe parking environment and supportive services for transitional homeless living in their vehicles for overnight stays. Family advocates construct an action plan with each participant placing emphasis on permanent housing solutions, employment, training, emergency supports and asset stabilization and building.

Additional Information:
The Safe Parking Program operates 7 nights a week, 365 days a year starting at 6:00 pm. Program volunteers and staff are always on site to include overnight stays. Chula Vista Lot – 345 5th Ave Chula Vista 91910 San Diego Lot – 766 28th St. San Diego 92102 Vista Lot – 1010 Crestview Rd. Vista 92081 No East County Location

For Detailed Information:
http://www.dreamsforchange.org/services/safe-parking/

766 28th St.
San Diego, 92102

(619) 497-0236

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Emancipated Youth Housing Program (HOME Program)

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The HOME Emancipated Youth Housing Program is designed to provide stable and affordable housing for former foster youth. Provide supportive services to promote self-sufficiency.

Description of Services:
The HOME Emancipated Youth Housing Program is designed to provide stable and affordable housing for former foster youth. Provide supportive services to promote self-sufficiency.

Who is Eligible

-Former foster youth ages 18- 24 who are eligible for Independent Living Services.
-Youth who have demonstrated an ability to live independently.
-Youth who have a legal source of income and/or are working full or part-time.
-Youth whose income is less than $25,000 per year.
-Youth with no current history of substance abuse and/or no recent history of violence or assaults.

Additional Information:
To apply, contact your regional ILS Case Manager for a referral or the HOME program staff for more information.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.fosteringchange.org/housing/the-home-program

3878 Old Town Ave, Suite 200
San Diego, 92110

(619) 767-5459

dianna.hildreth@sdcounty.ca.gov

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Home-Start

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We recognize that all children hope for a bright future. That’s why Home Start works tirelessly to help families identify and use their strengths to build a better future for themselves. We are committed to a community-based collaborative effort to reach children and families at risk and prevent child abuse and neglect. It takes a dedicated staff, working every day to make changes. This philosophy applies beyond those we help, to the entire San Diego region.

Description of Services:
We recognize that all children hope for a bright future. That’s why Home Start works tirelessly to help families identify and use their strengths to build a better future for themselves. We are committed to a community-based collaborative effort to reach children and families at risk and prevent child abuse and neglect. It takes a dedicated staff, working every day to make changes. This philosophy applies beyond those we help, to the entire San Diego region.

Additional Information:
Community Services for Families, Family Self Sufficiency, Financial Opportunity Center, First 5 Steps, Home Start Thrift Boutique, Maternity Shelter Program, Mental Health Service Main Office 5005 Taxas Street, Suite 203, San Diego, CA 92108 P (619) 692-0727 F (619) 692-0785 Mid City Office 4305 University Ave, Suite 410, San Diego, CA 92105 P (619) 229-3660 F (619) 265-2408 East County 131 Avocado Ave, El Cajon, CA 92020 P (619) 401-8375 F (619) 447-5761 North County Inland 235 W 5th Street, Escondido, CA 92025 P (760) 775-7895 F (760) 755-7820 North County Coastal 1320 Union Plaza Court, Oceanside, CA 92054 P (760) 439-7513 F (760) 439-5625 Financial Opportunity Center 404 Euclid Ave, Ste 261, San Diego, CA 92114 P (619) 546-8371 F (619) 546-8387

For Detailed Information:
http://www.home-start.org/

5005 Taxas Street, Suite 203
San Diego, 92108

(619) 692-0727

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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 – 5pm
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Interfaith Shelter Network

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The Interfaith Shelter Network is a collaborative effort by local congregations, human services agencies and government entities to provide shelter, services, and resources to homeless San Diegans throughout the region.

Description of Services:
The Interfaith Shelter Network is a collaborative effort by local congregations, human services agencies and government entities to provide shelter, services, and resources to homeless San Diegans throughout the region.

Additional Information:
To coordinate the efforts of participating congregations, social service agencies, and governmental programs in order to provide shelter and other resources to homeless individuals and families and enable those we serve to move toward self-sufficiency while respecting their dignity as children of God.

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

3530 Camino del Rio North Suite 101
San Diego, 92108

(619) 702-5399

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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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    8am - 5pm
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My First Home

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My First Home transforms once empty apartments into warm homes with gently-used and new furnishings from our caring community.

Description of Services:
My First Home transforms once empty apartments into warm homes with gently-used and new furnishings from our caring community.

Additional Information:
Requirements: Youth must be going to school, working, or combination of the two,be between the ages of 18 and 26, and have a signed lease or SILP. Join My First Home program and experience connections to community members who find it fun to transform an apartment into a comfortable and homey space! My First Home Guide Volunteers will assist you with small and large furnishings as well as provide guidance on smart purchasing and expenses related to the home.

For Detailed Information:
http://jitfosteryouth.org/programs/my-first-home/

4560 Alvarado Canyon Rd Ste 2G
San Diego CA 92120

(619) 770-1850

terrance@jitfosteryouth.org

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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 6pm
  • Saturday:
    Closed
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New Alternatives Inc.

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The mission of New Alternatives- Transitional Housing Program Plus (THP+) is to assist and empower former foster and probation youth as they transition into adulthood by providing safe and affordable housing and comprehensive, individualized support services.

Description of Services:
The mission of New Alternatives- Transitional Housing Program Plus (THP+) is to assist and empower former foster and probation youth as they transition into adulthood by providing safe and affordable housing and comprehensive, individualized support services. As a participant-driven program, THP+ supports youth in fostering their unique talents. THP+ affords participants the greatest amount of freedom while actively working toward personal goals.

THP+ is a division of New Alternatives, Inc. (NAI). NAI is a private, nonprofit California corporation that was founded in San Diego, California in 1978. The mission of New Alternatives is to provide culturally-competent and family-focused services to child victims of abuse, neglect and abandonment.

Our goal is to support participants in making progress towards his or her life goals, including educational attainment, financial management, physical and mental well-being and/or employment achievement. Our mission is to support participants as they take on increasing adult responsibility in order to exit the program with safe housing, community resources, knowledge, experience, interpersonal and problem solving skills, and the financial well-being necessary to thrive in the adult world.

Additional Information:
San Diego County: THP+ San Diego, 2535 Kettner Blvd., Suite 3C-2, San Diego, CA 92101; Phone: (619) 615-0701; Contact Elise Agrella , LCSW, Program Manager at elise.agrella@newalternatives.org. THP+ North County: 365 West Second Ave., Suite 210, Escondido, CA 92025; Phone: (760) 743-6735; Contact McKenzie Warfel at mckenzie.warfel@newalternatives.org. TYH & THP+ FC San Diego: 2535 Kettner Blvd., Suite 3C-2, San Diego, CA 92101; Phone: (619) 615-0701; Contact Carol Lockwood, Program Manager at carol.lockwood-hall@newalternatives.org.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.naithp.com/

365 West Second Ave., Suite 210
Escondido, 92025

(760) 743-6735

mckenzie.warfel@newalternatives.org

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New Directions (Casa de Amparo)

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Casa Kids, ages 18 to 25, who are foster and former foster youth, can participate in New Directions, a transitional housing program that equips youth with the necessary skills and resources to make a successful transition from foster care to independent living.

Description of Services:
Casa Kids, ages 18 to 25, who are foster and former foster youth, can participate in New Directions, a transitional housing program that equips youth with the necessary skills and resources to make a successful transition from foster care to independent living.

Services include: stable housing, furnishings and basic necessities; support for overall medical and mental health; employment, education, and career planning; money management; life skills training; relationship mediation; monthly gift cards for groceries and transportation; emancipation funds available upon graduation; eptional matched savings program; and parenting skill-building for residents with children

Additional Information:
Clients are referred by San Diego County Child Welfare Services. Teens from Casa de Amparo’s Residential Services may be referred as well. Potential clients can self-refer by contacting New Directions to determine eligibility. Participants contribute to reduced rent on a graduated plan.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.casadeamparo.org/programs/new-directions

4055 Oceanside Boulevard, Suite F
Oceanside, 92056

(760) 453-2300

emorgan@casadeamparo.org

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One Degree

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One Degree is a nonprofit technology-driven organization that is revolutionizing the way low-income families access community resources. We create modern tech-driven solutions that make it easy for striving families to access, manage, and review nonprofit and government services.

Description of Services:
One Degree is a nonprofit technology-driven organization that is revolutionizing the way low-income families access community resources. We create modern tech-driven solutions that make it easy for striving families to access, manage, and review nonprofit and government services.

Additional Information:
One Degree’s mission is to empower people to create a path out of poverty for themselves and for their communities. We see a world without poverty, where everyone can find the help they need quickly and easily, and can hold their service providers accountable.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.1deg.org

2973 16th Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, 94103

(888) 799-7273

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Residential Services (Casa de Amparo)

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Casa Kids, prenatal through 18 years old, who have been traumatized by severe child abuse or neglect, stay at the Casa Kids Campus, a safe and nurturing setting on 11.4 acres of land in San Marcos, California.

Description of Services:
Casa Kids, prenatal through 18 years old, who have been traumatized by severe child abuse or neglect, stay at the Casa Kids Campus, a safe and nurturing setting on 11.4 acres of land in San Marcos, California.

Each Casa Kid receives comprehensive trauma informed care tailored to their individual physical, social, emotional, developmental, and educational needs, while also ensuring they have as many healthy childhood experiences as possible.

Additional Information:
Residents are referred by a Child Welfare Social Services worker or probation officer from San Diego County or other counties that Casa de Amparo has contracts with. Clients do not pay fees for the program.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.casadeamparo.org/programs/residential-services

325 Buena Creek Road
San Marcos, 92069

(760) 566-3573

aborowski@casadeamparo.org

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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 – 5pm
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San Diego Youth Services/TYH

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The first category serves youth, 18-24, who “aged out” of foster care and who were in foster care in San Diego on or after their 16th birthday and are currently at risk for homelessness.

Description of Services:
The first category serves youth, 18-24, who “aged out” of foster care and who were in foster care in San Diego on or after their 16th birthday and are currently at risk for homelessness. Youth are allowed up to 24 cumulative month of service between the ages of 18-24 (no longer eligible once a youth turns 24 years old).

Additional Information:
Transitional Youth Housing (THY) provide you an opportunity to live on your own while allowing you to save money, and assist you in learning how to take on the responsibility of living on your own. TLP’s usually provide an apartment, case management, training in living skills and job search assistance. There are usually rules requiring you to look for and obtain employment or be in school, meet with your case manager, obey curfew times, save money, etc It is recommended that you apply to more than one TLP because sometimes there is a waiting list to get in. The programs range from 18 to 24 months in length, are for youth ages 18-21 (but this varies), and require you to pay a certain percentage of your income. To apply, many of them require you to attend an orientation where you will receive all the information you need about the program.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.sdyouthservices.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Transitional_Housing

3255 Wing Street
San Diego, 92110

(619) 221-8600

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South Bay Community Services Shelter

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SBCS’s programs provides various support networks to help these young adults overcome challenges including support with housing, counseling, life skills, and job readiness training.

Description of Services:
SBCS’s programs provides various support networks to help these young adults overcome challenges including support with housing, counseling, life skills, and job readiness training.

Additional Information:
Trolley Trestle, Muncey Manor, Job readiness, ILS, TAY

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

430 F Street
Chula Vista, 91910

(619) 420-3620

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Sunburst Youth Housing Project

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The Center’s Youth Housing Project provides safe and supportive housing for San Diego’s homeless youth, including LBGT and HIV-positive youth.

Description of Services:
The Center’s Youth Housing Project provides safe and supportive housing for San Diego’s homeless youth, including LBGT and HIV-positive youth. The 23-unit facility is located in downtown San Diego at 1640 Broadway, close to City College, public transportation, community health facilities and other essential resources. The facility is wheelchair accessible and contains two units that have been retrofitted to accommodate persons in wheelchairs. A major goal of YHP is to ensure that youth have easy access to needed services that will support them in maintaining stable housing.

Additional Information:
Applicants must be homeless as defined by HUD. Applicants must be between the ages of 18-24 at time of application. Applicants must meet low-income requirements. Applicants must have a qualifying disability (mental health, chronic substance abuse or HIV/AIDS). Applicants must be able to live independently. Eligibility is based on the applicant’s current need, apartment availability and the application process.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.thecentersd.org/programs/youth-services/youth-housing-project.html

3909 Center Street
San Diego, 92103

(619) 255-7854 x103

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THP – San Diego Youth Services Walden Environment

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provides services in the form of supervised apartment or host family living. The program serves only eligible young adults aged 18 – 21 years who have chosen to stay in extended foster care as non-minor dependents. The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project works to improve access to two vital programs in California.

Description of Services:
Walden’s Transitional Housing Program + Foster Care is a licensed comprehensive transitional housing program that provides services in the form of supervised apartment or host family living. The program serves only eligible young adults aged 18 – 21 years who have chosen to stay in extended foster care as non-minor dependents. The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project works to improve access to two vital programs in California.

Additional Information:
THP+FC, which provides supportive housing to youth age 18 to 21 who are in foster care; THP-Plus, which provides 24 months of supportive housing to former foster youth, age 18 to 24. Referral Process: 1. Complete Referral Form. If form is not complete, it will be returned. Referrals can be made by: • County Social Workers • ILS Case Managers • Youth (self-referral) San Diego Youth Servies /Administrative Office: 3255 Wing Street, San Diego, CA 92110 Phone: 619-221-8600 Walden Family Service 6150 Mission Gorge Rd, Suite 210, San Diego, CA 92120 Phone: 619-584-5777 YMCA 3708 Ruffin Rd, San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 858-292-9622 Program Contact: Alejandra Gonzalez

For Detailed Information:
http://www.waldenfamily.org/walden-independent-futures-program

8525 Gibbs Dr, Suite 100
San Diego, 92123

(619) 727-8594

agonzalez@waldenfamily.org

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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 – 5pm
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Tommie’s Place

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Tommie’s Place is a transitional living program for young adults who are pregnant or are parenting children 0 to 5 years old.

Description of Services:
Tommie’s Place is a transitional living program for young adults who are pregnant or are parenting children 0 to 5 years old.

The 18 month program is designed to facilitate the transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency with an additional focus on positive parenting.

Additional Information:
Young adults ages 16-21 (if under 18, must be legally emancipated) Pregnant or parenting children 0-5 years old Currently homeless or becoming homeless in the near future

For Detailed Information:
http://www.yfs.ymca.org/residential-services/tommies-place.html

4145 Swift Ave, Ste 1
San Diego, 92104

(619) 640-9774

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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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YWCA

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The mission of the YWCA of San Diego County is to empower women, children, and families to break the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness, and achieve self-sufficiency.

Description of Services:
The mission of the YWCA of San Diego County is to empower women, children, and families to break the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness, and achieve self-sufficiency. Through Becky’s House®, Passages and the Cortez Hill Family Center, the YWCA provides extensive services including safe housing, a 24-hour domestic violence hotline, counseling, legal assistance, employment support, financial literacy training, and engaging children’s programs to more than 6,000 individuals each year. The YWCA is committed to helping families recover from trauma, improve their economic status, find permanent housing and ultimately transform their lives.

Additional Information:
Beacky’s House, Passages, Cortez Hill Family Center, Legal Services, Couseling Services 24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 619- 234-3164

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

1012 C Steet
San Diego, 92101

(619) 239-0355

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