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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    10am - 6pm
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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 Helping Hand

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A HELPING HAND is a professional childcare organization providing quality and innovative services to support families. Our Helpers are prepared to engage with children ages newborn to 17 years old through interactive activities, crafts, and memorable experiences.

Description of Services:

A HELPING HAND is a professional childcare organization providing quality and innovative services to support families. Our Helpers are prepared to engage with children ages newborn to 17 years old through interactive activities, crafts, and memorable experiences. A Helping Hand Helpers are proudly Pediatric and Adult CPR certified, First Aid certified, with Federal and local background checks and extensively trained to support your family.

We provide a professional yet personal babysitting experience to our families. Our Helpers take pride in providing impeccable childcare services when caring for your children. We look forward to meeting your family soon!

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

*Business hours vary by location.

2305 Historic Decatur Road
Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92106

(757) 416-6886 Ext 4

kim@ahelpinghandca.com

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AniMeals (Helen Woodward Animal Center)

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The mission of AniMeals is to keep pets in their home regardless of the logistical or financial challenges faced by our clients which include homebound and low-income elderly, disabled veterans and the homeless.

Description of Services:

The mission of AniMeals is to keep pets in their home regardless of the logistical or financial challenges faced by our clients which include homebound and low-income elderly, disabled veterans and the homeless. AniMeals coordinates individual pet food packaging and delivery to those in need.

Overwhelming research has shown that pets are a real health benefit for their elderly owners. Compared to non-pet owners, those with four-legged friends at home have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, have a better sense of security, are more active, experience less depression, and even live longer. Unfortunately, the cost and ability to acquire pet food can often prove to be insurmountable obstacles for homebound senior and disabled individuals. The AniMeals program strives to remove these obstacles and keep our clients together with their pets for their physical health as well as their emotional well-being.

For Detailed Information: https://animalcenter.org/programs-services/animeals/

6523 Helen Woodward Way
P.O. Box 64
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

(858) 756-4117 ext. 341

animeals@animalcenter.org

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Assurance Wireless

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ACP, successor to the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, was created to provide eligible households with discounted broadband service. Assurance Wireless offers a FREE cell phone and FREE cell phone service, including free Unlimited Monthly Data, Text and Minutes, to qualified customers.

Description of Services: 

ACP, successor to the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, was created to provide eligible households with discounted broadband service. Assurance Wireless offers a FREE cell phone and FREE cell phone service, including free Unlimited Monthly Data, Text and Minutes, to qualified customers.

We help households stay connected to jobs, critical healthcare and more.

You may be eligible for ACP if you are enrolled in certain government programs, or if your household income meets federal guidelines.

Assurance Wireless is a federal Lifeline Assistance program. Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria and is non-transferable. You may qualify based on household income or if you or a member of your household participates in certain public assistance programs like Medicaid/Medi-Cal, Food Stamps/SNAP/CalFresh or SSI. You may need to provide proof of income or proof of program participation. The Lifeline Assistance program is available for only one wireless or wireline account per household. Separate households that live at the same address are eligible, including residents of homeless shelters and nursing homes. Residents with temporary addresses are also eligible.

Reasons to choose the Assurance Wireless ACP Plan:

  • FREE Monthly Unlimited Texts and Minutes plus Unlimited Data including 25GB High-Speed Data
  • FREE Android™ Smartphone
  • $0 cell phone bill
  • No annual contracts. No activation fees. No worries!

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

P.O. Box 5040
Charleston, IL 61920-9907

(888) 321-5880

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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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California’s Low Cost Auto Insurance

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California’s Low Cost Automobile (CLCA) Insurance program was established by the Legislature in 1999 and exists (pursuant to California Insurance Code Section 11629.7) as a program designed to provide income-eligible, good drivers with liability insurance protection at affordable rates as a way to meet California’s mandatory auto insurance law.

Description of Services: 

California’s Low Cost Automobile (CLCA) Insurance program was established by the Legislature in 1999 and exists (pursuant to California Insurance Code Section 11629.7) as a program designed to provide income-eligible, good drivers with liability insurance protection at affordable rates as a way to meet California’s mandatory auto insurance law.

California’s Low Cost Auto (CLCA) Insurance Program is a state-sponsored program that makes insurance affordable for California residents who meet the eligibility requirements, regardless of immigration status.

For Detailed Information: https://www.mylowcostauto.com/eligibility-questionnaire

Please contact resource for details

866-602-8861

CRB@insurance.ca.gov

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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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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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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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    9am - 5pm
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Child Care Payment Program

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Children’s Home Society of California (CHS) has three Child Care Payment Programs that provide subsidized childcare services to eligible families: Alternative Payment, CalWORKs, and Family Child Care Home Education Network programs. Through these programs, in Fiscal Year 2018, CHS provided services to over 9,700 children and over 5,500 families.

Description of Services: 

Children’s Home Society of California (CHS) has three Child Care Payment Programs that provide subsidized childcare services to eligible families: Alternative Payment, CalWORKs, and Family Child Care Home Education Network programs. Through these programs, in Fiscal Year 2018, CHS provided services to over 9,700 children and over 5,500 families. In all, more than 2,099,000 days of care were provided to children across California.

Eligibility: https://www.chs-ca.org/child-care-payment-program/eligibility-list-faq

For Detailed Information: https://www.chs-ca.org/child-care-payment-program/overview

2650 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 104
San Diego, CA 92108

(619) 293-3411

SDCase@chs-ca.org

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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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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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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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Connect2Compete (Cox)

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Home internet is an essential tool for today’s education. Through Connect2Compete, Cox opens a world of opportunity for families with K-12 students by providing affordable, reliable home internet with wifi. $9.95/mo

Description of Services: 

Low-cost student internet​

Home internet is an essential tool for today’s education. Through Connect2Compete, Cox opens a world of opportunity for families with K-12 students by providing affordable, reliable home internet with wifi. $9.95/mo

Applicants may need to provide documentation for eligibility. No credit check or social security number is required to apply.

To qualify for Cox Connect2Compete, your household must have at least one K-12 student and participate in a government assistance program. *Applicants may need to provide documentation for eligibility. No credit check or social security number is required to apply.

  • Up to 100 Mbps download speeds
  • INCLUDES wifi modem
  • INCLUDES EasyConnect self-install
  • For families on gov’t assistance w/ children K-12

 

For Detailed Information: https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html?sc_id=cr_dm_camp_z_c2c_vanity

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Consumer Assistance Program Repair Assistance

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The Consumer Assistance Program’s (CAP) repair assistance option offers eligible consumers whose vehicles fail a biennial Smog Check inspection financial assistance toward emissions-related repairs at a STAR test-and-repair station. Owners of model year 1996 or newer vehicles may receive up to $1,200 in emissions-related repairs.

Description of Services: 

The Consumer Assistance Program’s (CAP) repair assistance option offers eligible consumers whose vehicles fail a biennial Smog Check inspection financial assistance toward emissions-related repairs at a STAR test-and-repair station. Owners of model year 1996 or newer vehicles may receive up to $1,200 in emissions-related repairs. Owners of model year 1976 through 1995 vehicles may receive up to $900 in emissions-related repairs.

Eligibility: 

  1. Your gross household income must be less than or equal to 225% of the Federal poverty level.
  2. You must be the registered owner of the vehicle with the vehicle title issued in your name.
  3. You must not have previously participated in CAP with the same vehicle.
  4. You must pay a co-payment toward the total cost of diagnosis and emissions-related repairs. The co-payment is based on the model year of your vehicle and the total cost of diagnosis and emissions-related repairs.
  5. The vehicle must have failed its biennial (every other year) Smog Check inspection.
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    Aborted, manual mode, and training mode inspections do not satisfy this requirement.
  6. The vehicle must not have a tampered emissions control system.
  7. The vehicle must be currently registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) with a valid and unexpired registration sticker OR have all fees paid to DMV and not have a registration sticker that has been expired more than 365 days.
  8. The vehicle must not be undergoing a transfer of ownership.
  9. The vehicle must not be undergoing an initial registration or re-registration into California.
  10. The vehicle must not be registered to a business, government, or non-profit organization.
  11. The vehicle must not be junked.
  12. The vehicle must not be total loss salvaged in the process of being re-registered (i.e., salvage retention) in California.

For Detailed Information: https://www.bar.ca.gov/consumer/consumer-assistance-program/cap-repair-assistance-program

California

(800) 952-5210

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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.

Description of Services: 

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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Crisis House

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The mission of Crisis House is to respond immediately to stop the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness and connect families and individuals to crucial resources that empower them to renew their lives. Responding to immediate needs and connecting people to appropriate community resources.

Description of Services:
The mission of Crisis House is to respond immediately to stop the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness and connect families and individuals to crucial resources that empower them to renew their lives. Responding to immediate needs and connecting people to appropriate community resources.

Infant care products are provided to families with babies as part of their food package. Items include baby food, formula and diapers, and hygiene items when available.

A hot, balanced, and nutritious meal is provided to homeless families and individuals in an emergency.  Clients are assessed and provided case management and information and referrals to help them address their crisis beyond a meal. For additional food resources go to San Diego East County Resources.

For Detailed Information:

https://www.crisishouse.com/emergency-and-social-services-

1034 N. Magnolia
El Cajon, 92020

(619) 444-1194

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Dad University

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Dad University is a one-of-a-kind educational platform for dads.  We help men go from overwhelmed and confused to calm and confident father with our courses, videos, live broadcasts, support forum, and more. 

Description of Services:

Dad University is a one-of-a-kind educational platform for dads.  We help men go from overwhelmed and confused to calm and confident father with our courses, videos, live broadcasts, support forum, and more.

Our monthly membership is designed to support fathers through their entire parenting journey.  Whether you are a soon to be father, have a young child, or even an experienced dad with older children, everyone can benefit from the tools and resources within Dad University.

Founded by Jason Kreidman in 2012 as a local meetup group, Dad University has grown from a few dads meeting in a spare office space once a month to educating and helping thousands of fathers around the world.

We invite you to join our community and Become a Member.  If you are looking for more information about Jason, you can read more about him here.

For Detailed Information: https://www.daduniversity.com/courses

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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

 

Please contact for details

(760) 415-0009

nicole@doorsofchange.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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    8am - 6pm
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    8am - 5pm
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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.

Description of Services:

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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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.

Description of Services:

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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First Five First Steps (Home Start)

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First 5 San Diego is a no-cost family support program that connects parents and parents-to-be with a trained professional to support them through the joys and uncertainties of parenting. First Steps partners with families and provides parents with voluntary home-based services that are individualized based on family strengths, needs, and interests.

Description of Services:

First 5 San Diego is a no-cost family support program that connects parents and parents-to-be with a trained professional to support them through the joys and uncertainties of parenting. First Steps partners with families and provides parents with voluntary home-based services that are individualized based on family strengths, needs, and interests. Our services are offered over the long term, often from the prenatal period up to three years of age.  Our program ensures that families have knowledge and understanding of growth and development as well as the tools needed for a secure parent-child relationship.

During visits with our highly trained Family Support Specialist, families can learn about what to expect at each stage of their child’s development. Every client has different needs and the program creates a personal, trusting connection and model of support based on individual requirements. The Family Support Specialists work with families to create manageable goals that support gaining the confidence and skills needed to be a successful parent.

Ways in which our Family Support Specialist partner with parents:

  • Nurture the development of healthy relationships between parent and child.
  • Enhance parent knowledge about the growth and development of their child.
  • Support positive parenting practices.
  • Provide community referrals.
  • Support mindful and stress reduction practices.

For Detailed Information: https://home-start.org/first-5-first-steps/

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firststeps@home-start.org

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    8:30am – 5pm
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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.

Description of Services: 

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

Multiple locations

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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.

Description of Services:

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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    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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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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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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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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Internet Essentials (Xfinity)

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Fast, reliable, free — get Internet Essentials or Internet Essentials Plus at no cost when you qualify for and enroll in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

Description of Services: 

Fast, reliable, free — get Internet Essentials or Internet Essentials Plus at no cost when you qualify for and enroll in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

On a mission to provide low-cost, high-speed Internet

A home Internet connection is more essential now than ever for today’s families. In 11 years, Internet Essentials has connected a cumulative total of more than 10 million Americans to all the opportunities the Internet has to offer – from education and job skills training to healthcare resources.

Qualifying households can still sign up for Internet Essentials or Internet Essentials Plus for an affordable monthly price.

For Detailed Information: https://www.xfinity.com/learn/internet-service/internet-essentials

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(855) 870-1311

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Its Up to Us

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Resources for LGBTQ individuals

Description of Services:
Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary, and/or queer is an inherent and natural part of a person’s identity defined by one’s sexual orientation and gender expression. Being LGBTQ+ is not a mental health challenge. Stigma and prejudice as well as traumas like harassment, family rejection, and workplace discrimination, however, can present unique mental health challenges to the LGBTQ+ community. You are not alone, and everyone deserves a safe space to be their true selves. It’s Up to Us has resources that can help.

Additional Information:
The Access and Crisis Line at (888) 724-7240 provides support 24/7. Experienced counselors can answer questions about mental health and substance use, provide referrals, and offer support and crisis intervention. If emergency medical care is needed, call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital.

For Detailed Information:
https://www.up2sd.org/resources

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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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Junior League of San Diego

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The Junior League of San Diego is a network of empowered female civic leaders working with community partners to address and solve pressing issues like Transition Aged Foster Youth and Human Trafficking.

Description of Services:

The Junior League of San Diego is a network of empowered female civic leaders working with community partners to address and solve pressing issues like Transition Aged Foster Youth and Human Trafficking.

We are part of an international network of 291 Leagues comprised of over 150,000 women in Canada, Mexico, the U.K., and the U.S. engaged in similar work in each of our communities. This provides us with a unique and powerful depth of knowledge and resourcefulness to bring about the changes we strive to accomplish.

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

210 Maple St
San Diego, 92103

(619) 234-2253

office@jlsd.org

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Kelley Blue Book

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KBB.com gives you everything you need to research a new, certified (CPO), or used car, compare cars, find cars for sale, and make a well-informed decision. We’re your guide for Everything Automotive, whether you’re just checking your current car’s value, actively looking for your next car, or ready to buy. We’re also one of the most extensive sources for motorcycle values on the internet.

Description of Services:

KBB.com gives you everything you need to research a new, certified (CPO), or used car, compare cars, find cars for sale, and make a well-informed decision. We’re your guide for Everything Automotive, whether you’re just checking your current car’s value, actively looking for your next car, or ready to buy. We’re also one of the most extensive sources for motorcycle values on the internet.

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

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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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    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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    8am - 5pm
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    8am - 5pm
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North County LGBTQ Resource Center

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The North County LGBTQ Resource Center has created a lasting tradition of caring, outreach, and support for members of our community. We come together to share ideas, resources, and expand our presence in the local community.

Description of Services: 

The North County LGBTQ Resource Center has created a lasting tradition of caring, outreach, and support for members of our community. We come together to share ideas, resources, and expand our presence in the local community. We envision the Resource Center as a visible symbol of the LGBTQ community in North County San Diego.

Our service area includes the communities of Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo, Fallbrook, Camp Pendleton, and other outlying areas.

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

3220 Mission Ave Suite #2
Oceanside, CA 92058

(760) 994-1690

info@ncresourcecenter.org

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    10am - 6pm
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    10am - 6pm
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    10am - 6pm
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    10am - 6pm
  • Friday:
    10am - 6pm
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Oasis Clubhouse

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The Oasis Clubhouse is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm. Members and visitors are welcome to drop in any time during business hours. Tours of the Clubhouse are also available by appointment for visitors or new members.

Description of Services:

The Oasis Clubhouse is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm. Members and visitors are welcome to drop in any time during business hours. Tours of the Clubhouse are also available by appointment for visitors or new members. The Oasis Clubhouse is member-run and our dynamic programming targets the unique needs of Transition Age Youth.

Eligibility:

Our Services are available to all Transitional Age Youth (TAY) who:

  • Receive mental health services

  • Are between 16** and 25 years old

  • Live anywhere in San Diego County

**(parent or guardian permission is required for those under age 18)

Services:

  • Life Skills Training

  • Member-Run Oasis Council

  • Educational Assistance

  • Job Skills & Development

  • Peer Mentoring & Support

  • Volunteer Opportunities

  • Community Integration Services

  • Social & Recreational Activities

  • Mental Health Support & Linkage

  • Recovery Groups

  • Community Service Opportunities

  • Transportation Assistance

For Detailed Information:

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3330 Market St, Ste. C
San Diego, CA 92102

(858) 300-0470

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    9am - 6pm
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    9am - 6pm
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    9am - 6pm
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Pet Food Bank (Rancho Coastal Humane Society)

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Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s (RCHS) Pet Food Bank Program keeps people and their pets together by providing support to pet parents who may need a helping paw. We provide supplemental pet food and pet care supplies for companion cats and dogs at multiple distribution sites throughout San Diego County. 

Description of Services:

Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s (RCHS) Pet Food Bank Program keeps people and their pets together by providing support to pet parents who may need a helping paw. We provide supplemental pet food and pet care supplies for companion cats and dogs at multiple distribution sites throughout San Diego County.

RCHS pet food bank is open every Saturday from 9:00-11:00am

No appointment necessary.

For Detailed Information: https://rchumanesociety.org/pet-food-bank/

389 Requeza St.
Encinitas, CA 92024

(760) 753-6413

info@rchumanesociety.org

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PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)

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We offer Support, Education, and Advocacy to LGBTQ+ persons, their families, friends, and allies. PFLAG envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

Description of Services:
We offer Support, Education, and Advocacy to LGBTQ+ persons, their families, friends, and allies. PFLAG envisions a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

By meeting people where they are and collaborating with others, PFLAG realizes its vision: An equitable, inclusive world where every LGBTQ+ person is safe, celebrated, empowered, and loved.

PFLAG hosts support meetings at various locations around San Diego County, including a Spanish language support group, an Asian/Pacific Islander support group, and a transgender support group.

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

P.O. Box 82762
San Diego, 92138

(619) 333-6154

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Positive Parenting Program (Jewish Family Services)

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The Positive Parenting Program (PPP) helps parents in San Diego County find positive solutions to common childhood behavior issues using strategies proven by more than 35 years of research. The curriculum is based on Triple P, an evidenced-based program that has been shown to promote family harmony, reduce parent-child conflict, foster successful peer relationships, and prepare children for successful experiences at school.

Description of Services:

The Positive Parenting Program (PPP) helps parents in San Diego County find positive solutions to common childhood behavior issues using strategies proven by more than 35 years of research. The curriculum is based on Triple P, an evidenced-based program that has been shown to promote family harmony, reduce parent-child conflict, foster successful peer relationships, and prepare children for successful experiences at school.

Used by millions of families worldwide, PPP is for any parent looking for more effective ways to:

  • Raise happy, confident kids
  • Manage misbehavior so everyone in the family enjoys life more
  • Set rules and routines that everyone respects and follows
  • Create positive learning environments
  • Encourage behavior you like
  • Take care of yourself as a parent
  • Feel confident you’re doing the right thing

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

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
  • Wednesday:
    8:30am – 5pm
  • Thursday:
    8:30am – 5pm
  • Friday:
    8:30am – 4pm
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Project Street Vet

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Project Street Vet offers support to pets and their owners experiencing or at risk of homelessness. From simple exams to life-saving surgeries – we’re here to help. Our work is carried out mainly through “Street Vet Work,” free pet clinics, and financial assistance.

Description of Services:

Project Street Vet offers support to pets and their owners experiencing or at risk of homelessness. From simple exams to life-saving surgeries – we’re here to help. Our work is carried out mainly through “Street Vet Work,” free pet clinics, and financial assistance.

Project Street Vet is founded on the inspiring “Street Vet Work” of Dr. Kwane Stewart, who for years has provided direct vet-to-pet services by walking city streets to identify individuals experiencing homelessness with pets. Once identified, free exams, vaccines, flea meds, supplies, and more are offered by our volunteer veterinary teams and information is gathered for follow-ups and additional care. Care and supplies are provided by Project Street Vet at no cost to pet parents.

Street Vet Work is currently done mainly in San Diego and Los Angeles where the homeless population is high, although other areas of need such as San Francisco have also been serviced. Project Street Vet hopes to expand our team and programs to any area in the U.S. where needed. If you are a veterinarian or veterinary team member interested in providing direct support through Street Vet Work, click here .

For Detailed Information:

https://www.projectstreetvet.org/our-work

P.O. Box 232579
Encinitas, CA 92023-2579

(619) 616-8568

contact@projectstreetvet.org

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PRONTO Extend

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PRONTO Extend is a pilot program, open to individuals 18 through 24, who have exited the foster care system on or after their 18th birthday, or who have elected to participate in the Extended Foster Care Program.

Description of Services: 

PRONTO Extend is a pilot program, open to individuals 18 through 24, who have exited the foster care system on or after their 18th birthday, or who have elected to participate in the Extended Foster Care Program. With PRONTO Extend, eligible individuals will have access to free transit passes on MTS and NCTD services, starting July 1, 2022 (up to through December 2023). Interested participants must apply and be approved for the program prior to receiving free transit access. Read below for additional details.

Who We Serve:
Eligible individuals must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible for the PRONTO Extend Pilot Program: https://www.sdmts.com/fares/pass-programs/pronto-extend

1255 Imperial Ave, Suite 100a

619-595-5636

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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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Safety Net Boarding (Frosted Faces Foundation)

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We offer FREE temporary boarding to pets whose parents require hospitalization or are experiencing hardship. We can offer up to 30 days of grace so that you can pursue treatment or gather resources to gain stability, with the reassurance that your pet is okay and can be reunited.

Description of Services:

We offer FREE temporary boarding to pets whose parents require hospitalization or are experiencing hardship. We can offer up to 30 days of grace so that you can pursue treatment or gather resources to gain stability, with the reassurance that your pet is okay and can be reunited. Please reach out, we are happy to help!

*Grants are distributed at the organization’s discretion prior to the stay of a Frosted Friend, and are based on the applicant’s financial status.

For Detailed Information: https://frostedfacesfoundation.org/boarding

1448 Pine Street
Ramona, CA 92065

(858) 304-0204

%20info@frostedfacesfoundation.org

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Sam & Rose Stein Education Center

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Founded in 1973, Stein Education Center is one of the first private special education school settings in San Diego for students with Autism. Today, our special education campus is State certified to provide individualized special education services to children, teens, and young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities or severe emotional disorders.

Description of Services:

Founded in 1973, Stein Education Center is one of the first private special education school settings in San Diego for students with Autism. Today, our special education campus is State certified to provide individualized special education services to children, teens, and young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities or severe emotional disorders.

Services include:

  • Methods including Applied Behavioral Analysis, positive behavior intervention
  • Functional academics
  • Social skills development
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Counseling
  • Pre-vocational and vocational training
  • Community integration
  • Multi-sensory experience
  • Enrichment activities, including equestrian, art, music, technology access & recreation.

For Detailed Information:
http://www.vistahill.org/programs-services/stein-education-center-special-education-programs/

6145 Decena Drive
San Diego, 92120

(619) 281‐5511

info@vistahill.org

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  • Monday:
    7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Tuesday:
    7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Wednesday:
    7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Thursday:
    7:30am - 4:30pm
  • Friday:
    7:30am - 4:30pm
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South Bay Community Services

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SBCS (formerly South Bay Community Services) transforms communities to support the well-being and prosperity of San Diego children, youth, and families. Our services and supports — based in the strengths of local communities — assist those throughout the region to reach their fullest potential and touch the lives of more than 50,000 each year.

Description of Services:
SBCS (formerly South Bay Community Services) transforms communities to support the well-being and prosperity of San Diego children, youth, and families. Our services and supports — based in the strengths of local communities — assist those throughout the region to reach their fullest potential and touch the lives of more than 50,000 each year.

Services provided include family violence & support services, domestic violence response team, children’s mental health, housing & support services, parenting classes, food assistance, and more.

24/7 Hotline: (800) 640-2933

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

430 F Street
Chula Vista, 91910

(619) 420-3620

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  • Monday:
    8:30am – 8pm
  • Tuesday:
    8:30am – 8pm
  • Wednesday:
    8:30am – 8pm
  • Thursday:
    8:30am – 8pm
  • Friday:
    8:30am – 5pm
  • Saturday:
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The Cloth Option, Inc

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We are a collective of cloth diaper advocates working together to end diaper need.  We believe that a cloth option should be available to all who choose it; that’s why we are joining together to make cloth diapers accessible to those who want to incorporate them into their family’s routine.

Description of Services: 

We are a collective of cloth diaper advocates working together to end diaper need.  We believe that a cloth option should be available to all who choose it; that’s why we are joining together to make cloth diapers accessible to those who want to incorporate them into their family’s routine.

If you are the caregiver of a young child and are struggling to pay for single-use diapers, we encourage you to apply to our program and try reusable diapers!  With 1 in 3 families in the United States experiencing diaper need, we believe cloth diapers are an important part of the solution.

For Detailed Information: https://www.theclothoption.org/apply

P.O. Box 1341
Holyoke, MA 01041

(413) 455-0865

info@theclothoption.org

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The Salvation Army Kroc Center

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The Salvation Army offers assistance to those in need through a variety of outreach efforts both in and outside of The Salvation Army Kroc Center. Additionally, The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs, services and assistance both nationally and globally that you may qualify for.

Description of Services:

The Salvation Army offers assistance to those in need through a variety of outreach efforts both in and outside of The Salvation Army Kroc Center. Additionally, The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs, services and assistance both nationally and globally that you may qualify for.

Learn about The Family Resource Center

The Family Resource Center provides emergency services to individuals, families and seniors in need who meet eligibility requirements.  Services include monthly food distribution, diapers, hygiene kits, feminine hygiene, resume review, parenting classes referrals,  partial generous scholarships to Kroc programs and more.  Emergency services are restricted to those in the Kroc Center’s service area (zip codes 91941-91946, 92105, 92115, 92119, 92120, 92182). San Diego residents outside of this service area can request emergency assistance through their local Salvation Army. All will need to provide identification, proof of all sources of income, and a utility bill for all individuals in their household.

For housing resources (shelter, rental assistance, motel vouchers), furniture vouchers, and cash aide please visit 211SanDiego.org or call 211 for access to a 24-hour confidential and comprehensive community database. 

The 211 database,  also includes services provided by other Salvation Army’s including shelter and the Adult Rehabilitation Center.

Eligibility:

The following documents are required for all members living in the residence (including roommates, extended family and non-family members):

  • Identification for all members of the household
  • Photo ID required for all adults
  • Shot records or birth certificates for anyone in your household under 18
  • Monthly current gross income for all members of the household (most recent tax return documents preferred, one month’s pay stubs, TANF/Calworks Notice of Action, child support statement, Social Security benefits statement, disability incomes, educational class schedule verification/financial aid statement, cash aid, student loans, college financial aid, food stamps award letter, unemployment benefits statement, alimony, child support income, Section 8 rent portion letter, etc.) Attach all household income verification documents to your completed application.
  • Address verification (a recent utility bill such as water, gas/electricity, internet, or trash bill)

For Detailed Information: https://sd.kroccenter.org/kroc-san-diego/assistance#Free-Text-Area-1

4270 69th Street
San Diego, CA 92115

(619) 269-1430

sdkroc.frc@usw.salvationarmy.org

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  • Monday:
    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm
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    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm
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    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm
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    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm
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    8:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:30pm
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The San Diego LGBT Community Center (The Center)

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Established in 1972 as a community-based nonprofit organization, The San Diego LGBT Community Center is one of the most vibrant and largest LGBTQ community centers in the nation. Functioning as the San Diego LGBTQ community’s anchor organization, The Center provides

Description of Services:
Established in 1972 as a community-based nonprofit organization, The San Diego LGBT Community Center is one of the most vibrant and largest LGBTQ community centers in the nation. Functioning as the San Diego LGBTQ community’s anchor organization, The Center provides targeted programs and services to the full diversity of the San Diego LGBT community, including men, women, youth, seniors, transgender and non-binary individuals, families, LGBTQ Latino/a/x  community members, and their families, and those living with HIV. From the start, The Center has created and provided innovative services, many first in the nation.

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Programs and Services

3909 Centre Street
San Diego, CA 92103

(619) 692-2077

hello@thecentersd.org

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Travelers Aid San Diego

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If you are stranded, fleeing an abusive situation, or without any resources, Travelers Aid may be able to help. In an emergency, it’s always best to call 911. Please note: we are only able to provide transportation assistance to those who are physically in San Diego, and clients may be asked to contribute towards the price of their tickets.

Description of Services: 

If you are stranded, fleeing an abusive situation, or without any resources, Travelers Aid may be able to help. In an emergency, it’s always best to call 911. Please note: we are only able to provide transportation assistance to those who are physically in San Diego, and clients may be asked to contribute towards the price of their tickets.  If you need to speak with a case manager, please call:

619-233-8500, ext. 1157

For Detailed Information on Services: https://www.travelersaidsandiego.org/getting-help

2615 Camino del Rio S., Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92108

619-295-8393

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TruConnect

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We’re TruConnect, the wireless service that offers high-speed data, unlimited talk, and text, plus a free Android™ smartphone at no cost to qualifying customers. Get our free wireless service through government programs like Lifeline and the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

Description of Services: 

Get a free Android™ phone and wireless plan.

We’re TruConnect, the wireless service that offers high-speed data, unlimited talk, and text, plus a free Android™ smartphone at no cost to qualifying customers.

Get our free wireless service through government programs like Lifeline and the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

TruConnect’s free wireless plans are here to keep you connected wherever you go. Apply today and if eligible, receive all the following for FREE:

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New Android™ Smartphone

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Unlimited Talk and Text

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14 GB Monthly Data

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Unlimited International Calling*

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

Please contact resource for details

(800) 430-0443

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Turning Point (Tommie’s Place)

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Tommie’s Place is a specialized location within the Turning Point Program that houses young adults who are pregnant or parenting infants and children up to 5 years old. We provide up to 18 months of housing and the services above, with an additional focus on positive parenting.

Description of Services:

  • On-site case management and support
  • Education and employment assistance
  • Development of independent living skills
  • Relational wellness and counseling services
  • Financial education and personal budgeting assistance
  • After-care support

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

  • Turning Point provides residential support to young adults ages 16-21 as well as those under 18 if legally emancipated currently experiencing homelessness or becoming homeless in the immediate future.

PROGRAMS OFFERED

TOMMIE’S PLACE – HOUSING FOR HOMELESS TEENS

Tommie’s Place is a specialized location within the Turning Point Program that houses young adults who are pregnant or parenting infants and children up to 5 years old. We provide up to 18 months of housing and the services above, with an additional focus on positive parenting.

For Detailed Information:

https://www.ymcasd.org/community-support/ymca-youth-and-family-services/transitional-housing/turning-point

Please contact resource for details

(619) 640-9774

djohnson@ymcasd.org

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Unicorn Homes – (North County LGBTQ Resource Center)

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40% of homeless youth in California identify as LGBTQ and family rejection is the #1 reason why LGBTQ kids are on the streets. Unicorn Homes is a program within the North County LGBTQ Resource Center that aims to provide crisis and transitional housing to LGBTQ youth (14-24) who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.

Description of Services: 

40% of homeless youth in California identify as LGBTQ and family rejection is the #1 reason why LGBTQ kids are on the streets. Unicorn Homes is a program within the North County LGBTQ Resource Center that aims to provide crisis and transitional housing to LGBTQ youth (14-24) who are homeless or at risk for homelessness. A safe place to reside for a period of 14 days or more (youth that are minors will be hosted within a certified foster care family, youth 18yrs + and regular families that are LGBTQ supportive).The function is to provide housing stability with an ultimate goal to reunite families and rectify problems whenever possible. Unicorn Homes also provides paths to mental health resources, job readiness, life coaching, and independent living skills.

Unicorn Homes is an alternative to the traditional group home setting, it is set up to ensure that some normalcy is maintained for the youth who access the program.
We have created a network of families and individuals that are offering their house or space to accommodate our homeless youth needs for a short or long period of time. 
 
The North County LGBTQ aims to reduce and prevent LGBTQI youth homelessness in our region by providing support where it is mostly needed and family reunification when and where possible.

For Detailed Information: https://www.ncresourcecenter.org/unicorn-homes

3220 Mission Ave Suite #2
Oceanside, CA 92058

(760) 994-1690

info@ncresourcecenter.org

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    10am - 6pm
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    10am - 6pm
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    10am - 6pm
  • Thursday:
    10am - 6pm
  • Friday:
    10am - 6pm
  • Saturday:
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Victory Resource Center

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Facing the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy and the parenting of young children can be a unique and difficult time in a woman’s life. Victory Resource Center is here to provide referrals, resources and support to women and their families in our community. All services are offered free of charge and are entirely confidential.

Description of Services:

Facing the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy and the parenting of young children can be a unique and difficult time in a woman’s life.

Victory Resource Center is here to provide referrals, resources and support to women and their families in our community. All services are offered free of charge and are entirely confidential.

Walk-ins are welcome and will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis.
To avoid wait time, you may contact us for an appointment.

All services at Victory Resource Center are offered free of charge and are entirely confidential. Our all-volunteer staff cares deeply about the health and well-being of our clients, their families and their lives. Each resource we offer is made possible through partnerships and generous donations from individuals and groups from our surrounding community.

On-Site Resources Include:

  •  Diapers & Wipes
  •  Infant Formula
  •  Family Food
  •  Baby Food
  •  Infant & Toddler Clothing
  •  Baby Blankets
  •  Baby Supplies
  •  Newborn Gift Bags
  •  Maternity Clothing
  •  Breastfeeding Aids
  •  Infant & Preschool Books
  •  Infant & Preschool Toys

 

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

1220 3rd Avenue #1,
Chula Vista, CA 91911

(619) 777-1124

VRC@victorysouthbay.org

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    10am -1pm
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    Closed
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    10am -1pm
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    Closed
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    10am -1pm
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Hand Up Cars (Jewish Family Service)

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The Ways to Work program at Jewish Family Service provides low-interest car loans and education to credit-challenged, working families. Families with their own car enjoy a greater quality of life. They are no longer solely dependent on public transportation for commuting to work, dropping a child off at daycare, or running errands.

Description of Services:
For families who rely on public transportation to get to work and school, having access to a reliable personal vehicle can be a game changer. Our Hand Up Cars program helps credit-challenged parents access low-interest auto loans and financial education, so they can rebuild their credit, increase their earning potential, spend more quality time with family, and be more active in their communities.

Ways to Work provides:

  • Financing (up to $10,000, at 12% interest, over a 5-year period) to buy a reliable used car
  • Financial and car education classes covering budgeting, banking, credit scores, finding the right car, responsibilities of car ownership, and car maintenance.
  • One-on-one coaching to help with goal setting, credit repair, and creating a realistic action plan for repaying your loan
  • Improved credit score once the loan is repaid
  • Personalized connection to other JFS services and other community resources

For Detailed Information & Eligibility:
https://www.jfssd.org/our-services/loans-scholarships/hand-up-cars/

8804 Balboa Ave
San Diego, 92123

(858) 637-3206

waystowork@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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Wonderschool

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Wonderschool delivers high-quality, affordable child care to every family in the country by empowering providers to run sustainable childcare businesses and working with governments, networks, and individuals to create new programs.

Description of Services: 

Wonderschool delivers high-quality, affordable child care to every family in the country by empowering providers to run sustainable childcare businesses and working with governments, networks, and individuals to create new programs.

Wonderschool providers are licensed programs, that meet health and safety standards defined by states. Search for programs that meet your child’s needs, from instructional language to hours of operation.

For Detailed Information: https://www.wonderschool.com/corp/

Multiple Locations

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