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Alcohol/Drug Abuse Resources:

Al-Anon & Alateen
www.alanonsandiego.org

 

(619) 296-2666

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

www.aasd.org

Meetings at various locations;
call or visit website for more information.

(619) 265-8762 Central

(760) 758-2514 North

Aurora Behavioral Health Care

www.sandiego.aurorabehavioral.com

11878 Avenue of Industry
San Diego, CA 92128

(858) 487-3200

Marijuana Anonymous

www.marijuana-anonymous.org

Meetings at various locations; call or visit

website for more information.

(800) 766-6779

McAllister Institute

www.themcalisterinstitute.com

1365 N. Johnson Ave., Ste 111
El Cajon,CA 92020

Sliding fee scale; for all ages.

(619) 442-0277

Narcotics Anonymous- San Diego

www.sandiegona.org

 

(619) 584-1007

(619) 546-0774 Spanish

(800) 479-0062

Palavra Tree

www.palavratree.org

1212 S 43rd St. San Diego, CA 92113

For adolescents.

(619-263-7768

Phoenix House of San Diego

www.phoenixhouse.org

Descanso, CA

(888) 286-5027

South Bay TRC

www.themcalisterinstitute.com

2429 Fenton St. Chula Vista. CA 91914

(619) 482-9300

Teen Options

www.sdyouthservices.org

For teens ages 12-17 (including pregnant teens).

(619) 521-2250

Teen Recovery Program-McAllister

Institute

7867 Convoy Ct. Ste 302.
San Diego, CA 92111
For teens ages 12-17.

(858) 277-4633

Focal Point Recovery Center

www.focalpointrecoverycenter.com

220 N. Euclid Ave. Suite 120,
San Diego, CA 92114

(619) 263-6663

County Mental Health Clinics  (Must have insurance or medi-cal)

East County San Diego

1000 Broadway St. Suite 210
El Cajon, CA 92021

(619) 401-5500

North Central San Diego

1250 Morena Blvd. San Diego, CA 92110

(619) 692-8750

North Coastal San Diego

1701 Mission Ave. Oceanside, CA 92058

(760) 967-4475

Southeast County San Diego

3177 Ocean View Blvd. San Diego, CA 92113

(619) 595-4400

Crisis Hotlines

211

www.211sandiego.org or

www.informasandiego.org

Information and referrals for community agencies that provide health and human services.

2-1-1

Access and Crisis Line

24 hour County suicide hotline

(800) 724-7240

California Youth Crisis Hotline

www.youthcrisisline.org

24 hour support

(800) 843-5200

Child Protective Services

24 hour hotline

(800) 344-6000 or

(858) 560-2191

Courage to Call http://www.mhsinc.org/courage-to-call

24 hour hotline for active or former military members and their families and loved ones.

(619) 209-4682

Emergency Screening Unit

730 Medical Center Ct. Chula Vista, CA 91911

24 hour emergency room, hospital admission for youth only.

(619) 421-6900

 

Human Trafficking Hotline

24 hour hotline

(888) 373-7888

Military Onesource

www.militaryonesource.com

24 hour crisis hotline for soldiers and military families.

(800) 342-9647

National Suicide Hotline

www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

24 hour national suicide hotline

(800) 273-TALK

(800-273-8255)

Psychiatric Emergency Response Team

(PERT)- Community Research

Foundation

24 hour emergency psychiatric assistance

1094 Cudahy Pl. Suite 314 San Diego, CA 92110

Call 911, ask for PERT

San Diego County Domestic Violence

24 hour hotline

(888) 7HELPLINE

(1-888-749-5754)

Suicide Hotline (Spanish)

Suicide help in Spanish

1-800-273-TALK + 2

Text Telephone Suicide Hotline

Suicide help for hearing impaired

1-800-799-4TTY

Trevor Project

www.thetrevorproject.org

24 hour suicide hotline for lesbian, gay,

bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.

(866) 4-U-TREVOR

(1-866-488-7386)

Crisis Residential Programs (For mental health or drug/alcohol treatment)

Halcyon Center- Community Research

Foundation www.communityresearchfoundation. org

1664 Broadway El Cajon, CA 92021

Short term acute residential treatment (START) for any individuals suffering from a psychiatric crisis; call to make referral.

(619) 579-8685

Isis Center- Community Research

Foundation www.communityresearchfoundation. org

892 27th St. San Diego, CA 92154

Short term acute residential treatment (START) for any individuals suffering from a psychiatric crisis; call to make referral.

(619) 575-4687

Jary Barreto Center- Community

Research Foundation www.communityresearchfoundation. org

2865 Logan Ave. San Diego, CA 92113

Short term acute residential treatment (START) for any individuals suffering from a psychiatric crisis; call to make referral.

(619) 232-4357

New Vistas- Community Research

Foundation www.communityresearchfoundation. org

734 10th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101

Short term acute residential treatment (START) for any individuals suffering from a psychiatric crisis; call to make referral.

(619) 239-4663

Turning Point Center

www.communityresearchfoundation. org

1738 South Tremont St. Oceanside, CA 92054

(760) 439-2800

Vista Balboa www.communityresearchfoundation.

org

545 Laurel St. San Diego, CA 92101

Adult short-term residential treatment.

(619) 233-4399

Domestic Violence Shelters

Center for Community Solutions- Project Safehouse

www.ccssd.org

 

(888) 385-4657

Community Resource Center

www.communityresourcecenter.org

Hotline and shelter.

(877) 633-1112

El Nido Transitional Living Program

Transitional housing; non-emergency.

(619) 563-9878

Episcopal Community Services

www.ecscalifornia.org

Non-emergency housing.

(619) 523-6060 or

(619) 228-2800

South Bay Community Services Shelter

www.southbaycommunityservices.org

Emergency and transitional housing.

(619) 420-3620

 

YWCA

www.ywcasandiego.org

Hotline and emergency and transitional

housing.

(619) 234-3164 Hotline

(619) 239-0355

Homelessness, Food & Clothing Resources: (some services are seasonal; you can also call 211 for availability)

Alpha Project for the Homeless

www.alphaproject.org

 

(619) 542-1877: Karen

Pucci, Program manager of the winter shelter

American Red Cross

(WIC program)

292 Euclid Ave Ste225 San Diego, CA 92114

(800) 500-6411

Bayside Community Center

www.baysidecc.org

2020 Comstock St. San Diego, CA 92171

Emergency food services.

(858) 278-0771 ext. 3001

Catholic Charities-  Rachel’s Day Center

www.ccdsd.org

For women over 18.

(619) 696-0873

Catholic Charities-  Rachel’s Night

Shelter www.ccdsd.org

Services for females age 18 and older.

(619) 696-0873

Catholic Charities- Emergency Services

Short-term case management services include

food, clothing, shelter referral, transportation assistance, etc.

(619) 231-2828

Catholic Charities- Food Resource

Centers

 

(619) 231-2828-Downtown
(619) 286-1100-
Mid City
(760) 353-6823- El Centro

Cinderella’s Attic

www.cinderellasattic.org

Free formal wear available for high school

students’ prom or homecoming dances.

 

Crossroads

Lindadig@cox.net

33rd and Meable El Cajon, CA

Food pantry (Thursdays/Fridays) ; ranges from $.50-$20 per bag or portion.

(619) 283-3066

Environmental Health

 

(619) 338-2222

Episcopal Community Services

www.ecscalifornia.org

 

(619) 228-2800

Hand up- Jewish Family Services

www.jfssd.org

Food for low-income & homeless individuals and families.  Also provides youth volunteer opportunities. Located at St. Paul’s’ Cathedral.

(858) 637-3000 or

(858) 637-3088

Home Start-Emergency Assistance

5296 University Ave. Ste F2 San Diego, CA 92115

(619) 229-3660

Interfaith Shelter Network

www.interfaithshelter.org

1880 Third Ave. #12 San Diego, CA 92101

Seasonal shelter services.

(619) 702-5399

Presbyterian Urban Ministries

Emergency food & clothing.

(619) 232-2753

Mama’s Kitchen

www.mamaskitchen.org

4083 30th St. San Diego, CA 92104

Free meal delivery/pantry for San Diego residents who are diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or cancer (any age).

(619) 233-6262

McAllister Institute-HOPE (Homeless

Outreach Program East)

www.themcalisterinstitute.com

 

(619) 442-0277 ext.141

 

 

My Sister’s Closet

www.mygirlfriendscloset.info

Attn: Sandy Silverman

600 B Street, Suite 2350 San Diego, CA 92101

Provides free clothing to teen girls.  No one is turned away.

(619) 884-0844

Princess Project

www.princessproject.org

Free formal wear available for high school

students’ prom or homecoming dances.

 

Salvation Army

www.usw.salvationarmy.org

Multiple locations.

(858) 279-1100 or

(619) 269-1500

San Diego Food Bank

www.sandiegofoodbank.org

Among the many programs offered, the Food

4 Kids Backpack Program provides food to chronically hungry elementary school students from low-income households who are at risk of hunger over the weekend when free school meals are unavailable.

(866) 350-FOOD

(866-350-3663)

San Diego Rescue Mission

www.sdrescue.org

558 N 2nd St. El Cajon, CA 92021

Food programs as well as emergency and residential programs for men, women, and children.

(619) 687-3720

San Diego Unified School District-

Services for homeless students http://www.sandi.net/20451092594537

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Our district ensures that homeless students

and their families know their legal rights to receive services.

(619) 725-7326

San Diego Youth Services- The

Storefront www.sdyouthservices.org

Emergency shelter for runaway, homeless, and

“street” youth ages 12-17. Can access services with or without a referral.

(619) 325-3527

SHARE- Greater Apostolic Faith

www.newgaftc.org

138 28th St San Diego, CA 92102

(619) 232-2718 or

(619) 232-3224

StandUp for Kids- San Diego

www.standupforkids.org

3401 Adams Avenue Ste. A PMB# 116

San Diego, CA 92116

A drop in center for homeless and runaway

teens.

(619) 237-5437

South Bay Community Services- Casa

Nueva Vida www.southbaycommunityservices.org

430 F St. Chula Vista, CA 91910

Short term housing for homeless families and children. Long term affordable housing, financial assistance and employment assistance.

(619) 420-3620 or

(619) 426-2350

St. Vincent De Paul Village

www.svdpv.org

1501 Imperial Ave. San Diego, CA 92101

Short, long term and permanent housing. Some food resources (serve lunch daily).

(619) 446-2100

YWCA

www.ywcasandiego.org

1012 C St. San Diego, CA 92101

Residential shelter and job assistance.

(619) 239-0355

 

Hospitals with Emergency Psychiatric Facilities
Aurora Behavioral Health Care www.sandiego.aurorabehavioral.com Emergency Screening Unit

24 hour emergency room, hospital admission for youth only

11878 Avenue of Industry San Diego, CA 92128        (858) 675-4228

730 Medical Center Ct. Chula Vista, CA 91911           (619) 421-6900

 

Paradise Valley Hospital          2400 East Fourth St. National City, CA 91950              (619) 470-4321
Rady Children’s Hospital - Behavioral Crisis Center

3605 Vista Way Suite 258 Oceanside, CA 92056

Crisis assessment and referral services for children with no health insurance with a social security number or medi-cal.

(760) 730-5900

Scripps Mercy Hospital                                     4077 Fifth Ave. San Diego, CA 92103                             (619) 294-8111

Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital                               7850 Vista Hill Ave. San Diego, CA 92123                      (858) 278-4110

 

University of California San Diego- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Service (CAPS)

6535 Alvarado Rd. San Diego, CA 92120                       (858) 534-3755

 

Veterans Administration Hospital                3350 La Jolla Village Dr. San Diego, CA 92161              (858) 552-8585

Legal Assistance: Casa Cornelia Law Center www.casacornelia.org     Catholic Charities www.ccdsd.org

Center for Community Solutions- Clinic www.ccssd.org


Asylum and undocumented domestic violence services. No charge for legal services.

349 Cedar St. San Diego, CA 92101

 

4575 B Mission Gorge Pl. San Diego, CA 9212

 Multiple locations

For legal services related to domestic violence, sexual assault, or elder abuse. Spanish speaking.


(619) 231-7788

 (619) 231-2828

(619) 231-2828 x 310

Adoption services

(619) 287-9454

Refugee services

(619) 287-1270

Immigration services (760) 798-2835 San Marcos

(619) 697-7477 La Mesa

Employee Rights Center/Labor Council     4265 Fairmount Ave. Suite 210 San Diego, CA 92108

Immigration. Tenant rights, wage claims, unemployment appeals; fees vary.  (619) 521-1372

Family Justice Center www.familyjusticecenter.com

Immigrant Lawyer Search www.ailalawyer.com Legal Aid Society (LASSD) www.lassd.org


1122 Broadway St. 2nd floor San Diego, CA 92101

Domestic violence and elder abuse; no fees.

For anyone who has a 3/30/60/90 day notice; they negotiate with landlords and even if a household is not eligible for HPRP, they may be able to help them work out a payment plan to keep the family in the unit.  Also help with family disputes, health benefits, and disability support.


(619) 533-6000 (866) 933-HOPE

(877) 534-2524 South

San Diego Mediation Center

www.ncrconline.com

625 Broadway #1221 San Diego, CA 92101

Provide free parent/teen mediation in addition to other community mediation services. Services also available in Spanish.

(619) 238-2400

SD County Bar Lawyer Referral

Services www.sdcba.org

1333 7th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101

Offers referrals to pro bono or reduced fee attorneys.  Services also available in Spanish.

(619) 231-8585

State Bar of CA Lawyer Referral

Service www.calbar.ca.gov

 

(800) 215-1190

University of San Diego –Legal Clinic

www.sandiego.edu/law/free_legal_ass istance

Immigration, civil, tenant, small claims.  Free

for income eligible. Spanish speaking.

(619) 260-7470

Volunteer Lawyer’s Program

www.sdvlp.org

Court appearance and retraining orders.

Spanish speaking. Civil issues only- no criminal.

(619) 235-5656

YWCA Counseling Center- Legal Clinic

www.ywcasandiego.org

1012 C St. San Diego, CA 92101

Free- Domestic Violence Center; hours: Mondays 12-2 & Wednesday 2-5.

(619) 239-2341 or

(619) 239-0355

Medical Clinics/ Health Centers

Children’s Primary Care Medical

Groups www.rchsd.org

Various locations.

(800) 788-9029

Family Health Centers of San Diego www.fhcsd.org

Locations include: Beach Area, Chase Avenue, Chula Vista, City Heights, Community Circle

East, Diamond Neighborhoods, Downtown, Grossmont Spring Valley, Lemon Grove, Logan Heights, North Park and Sherman Heights. Programs include: Black Infant Health Program, Healthy Development Services, HIV Services, Logan Heights Family Counseling Center, and Teen Health Center.

(619) 515-2333 or

(619) 515-2300

Nestor Community Health Center

1016 Outer Rd. San Diego, CA 92154

(619) 429-3733

La Maestra Community Health Center

www.lamaestra.org

4185 Fairmount Ave. San Diego, CA 92105

Primary care, dental, specialty, and behavioral providers.

(619) 280-4213 or

(619) 779-7900

Linda Vista Health Center

www.sdfamilycare.org

6973 Linda Vista Rd. San Diego, CA 92111

(858) 279-0925

Mountain Health and Community

Services www.mtnhealth.org

316 25th St. San Diego, CA 92102

Also in Alpine, Escondido, and Campo

Accept most insurance plans; sliding scale for uninsured.

(619) 478-5254 or

(619) 238-3807

My Doctor Medical Clinic

286 S Euclid Ave. Ste 304 San Diego, CA

Help non-insured and undocumented.

(619) 263-5485

 

Operation Samahan

www.operationsamahan.org

2841 Highland Ave. National City, CA 91950

10737 Camino Ruiz Ste 235 San Diego, CA 92126

Serves low income families from the

Filipino/Asian community.

(619) 477-4451

Planned Parenthood

www.plannedparenthood.org

Various locations.

(888) 743-7526 or

(800) 230-7526

San Diego American Indian Health

Center www.sdaihc.com

2602 First Ave., Ste 100 San Diego, CA 92103

Dental, medical, and behavioral health services.  Offer services for anyone; however verified American Indians may receive some services at no cost.

(619) 234-0648 or

(619) 234-2158

San Ysidro Behavioral  Health

4004 Beyer Blvd. San Ysidro, CA 92173

(619) 428-5561

St. Vincent De Paul Clinic- Village

Family Health Center & Mobile Health

Clinic www.svdpv.org

For residents of St. Vincent’s.

(619) 233-8500

STD Clinic- County of San Diego Health

& Human Services

3851 Rosecrans St. Suite S San Diego, CA 92110

(619) 692-8550

UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project

Baker Elementary

4041 T St. San Diego, CA 92113

Serves ages 4-adults; undocumented or individuals without access to insurance.

(619) 962-4298

Mental Health/Counseling Support (Need insurance, medi-cal, or social security number)

Aurora Behavioral Health Care

www.sandiego.aurorabehavioral.com

11878 Avenue of Industry San Diego, CA 92128

Free assessment and referral. Inpatient, day treatment and outpatient services.

(858) 487-3200 or

(888) 565-4228

Catholic Charities

www.ccdsd.org

349 Cedar St. San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 231-2828

Center for Community Counseling

(SDSU)

4283 El Cajon Blvd. #215 San Diego, CA 92105

Services in English & Spanish; sliding scale ($5-

$50).

(619) 594-4918

Center for Community Solutions

www.ccssd.org

Services for sexual assault, sexual abuse,

domestic & relationship violence. Sliding scale.

(888) DVLINKS- Hotline

(888-385-4657) (619) 697-7477 East (858) 272-5777 Coastal (760) 747-6282 North

Chadwick Center

www.chadwickcenter.org

Multiple locations.

For children and their families who have experienced trauma.

(858) 966-4011

Chaldean-Middle Eastern Social

Services

www.c-mss.org

343 E. Main St., Ste 201 El Cajon, CA 92020

Free for income eligible. Accepts medi-cal.

(619) 631-7400

Community Assessment Team (CAT)-

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) San

Diego www.saysandiego.org

Clairemont Family Resource Center

4340 Genesee Ave. San Diego, CA 92117

Mid-City Family Resource Center

4275 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92105

Counseling and case management for youth ages 8-18 and their families. Includes specific services for at risk youth.

(858) 974-3603

 

 

 

(619) 582-9056 or

(619) 283-9624

 

Community Research Foundation

www.comresearch.org

C.A.R.E., Douglas Young, Crossroads Family

Center, and M.A.S.T.  These programs require medi-cal, medi-cal eligibility, or uninsured can be based on sliding scale.

(858) 836-1090 C.A.R.E.

(619) 441-1907

Crossroads

(858) 300-8282 Douglas

Young

(619) 398-3261 M.A.S.T.

Conflict Resolution/Mediation

Restorative Justice Mediation Program

(619) 229-3660

Deaf Community Services

3930 4th Ave. #300 San Diego, CA 92103

(619) 398-2441

(619) 398-2440 TTY (619) 619-550-3436 VP (Video Phone)

Family Health Centers

www.fhcsd.org

Mental Health services offered at these

locations: Beach Area, City Heights, Grossmont/Spring Valley, Logan Heights, and North Park.  Services are for adults.

(619) 515-2300

Fred Finch Youth Center

www.fredfinch.org

6160 Mission Gorge Rd. Ste 200 San Diego, CA

92120

Wraparound services for youth with medi-cal. Primarily serves youth on probation and in foster care. Residential care also available.

(619) 281-3706

Harmonium, Inc.

www.harmoniumsd.org

10717 Camino Ruiz, Ste 104 San Diego, CA 92126

(858) 566-5740

Healthy Families Referral

Community Health Behavioral Services

Emergency Screening Unit for Children & Adolescents

(800) 404-3332 or

(619) 421-6900

Heritage Clinic

www.heritageclinic.org

Services for seniors, their families, and

caregivers.

(619) 282-2232

Home Start, Inc

www.home-start.org

5005 Texas St San Diego, CA 92108

Free or sliding scale.

(619) 692-0727

Jewish Family Services

www.jfssd.org

Sliding scale.

(858) 637-3000 or

(877) 537-1818

Kaiser Mental Health

For Kaiser insurance policy holders.

(877) 496-0450

Mental Health Resource Center-

SDUSD

http://www.sandi.net/204510720114575

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2351 Cardinal Ln. Annex B San Diego, CA 92123

(858) 573-2227

Mental Health Systems, Inc.

www.mhsinc.org

Multiple programs and locations

(877) 470-5463

Referral line

Motiva Family Therapists

815 Third Ave. Ste 319 Chula Vista, CA 91911

(619) 827-1991

National Alliance on Mental Illness

(NAMI) San Diego www.namisandiego.org

4480 30th St. San Diego, CA 92116

Free family and peer support classes and groups.

(619) 584-5563

Helpline (619) 543-1434 or (800) 523-5933

New Alternatives

(Transition Services Program)

www.newalternatives.org

2815 Steele Canyon Rd. El Cajon, CA 92109

For youth transitioning from hospitalization or higher level of care.

(619) 590-1879

 

 

Para Las Familias Center- Episcopal

Community Services www.ecscalifornia.org/programs/para lasfamilias.html

1340 Imperial Beach Blvd. Ste 204 Imperial

Beach, CA 91932

Accepts medi-cal and free for uninsured income eligible; ages 0-5. Provide screening, assessment, family therapy, etc.

(619) 565-2650

Project Enable

www.neighborhoodhouse.org

286 Euclid Ave. Suite 102 San Diego, CA 92114

Outpatient and walk in clinic for youth 18 years of age and older with medi-cal or un-insured.

(619) 263-6155 or

(619) 266-9400

Providence Community Services

www.provcorp.com

4660 El Cajon Blvd. Ste 210 San Diego, CA 92115

Outpatient therapy; medi-cal and some opening s for uninsured.

(619) 640-3266

San Diego Deaf Mental Health Services

www.ncda-usa.org

10765 Woodside Ave. Suite B Santee, CA 92071

Serve individuals with medi-cal or no insurance.

(619) 456-9609

(619) 272-4295 VP (Video Phone)

San Diego Youth Services

www.sdyouthservices.org

3255 Wing St. San Diego CA  92110

For families with high risk youth and seriously emotionally disturbed homeless & runaway youth ages 12-21.

(619) 221-8600

South Bay Community Services-

Community Assessment Team (CAT)

www.southbaycommunityservices.org

1124 Bay Blvd. Ste D Chula Vista, CA 91911

Multiple services and locations; medi-cal.

(619) 420-3620

South East Mental Health

3177 Oceanview Blvd. San Diego, CA 92113

Youth and adult clinics; medi-cal.

(619) 595-4400

Southern Indian Health Council

www.sihc.org

In Campo and Alpine.

(800) 400-1189

Survivors of Torture International

www.notorture.org

P.O. Box 151240 San Diego, CA 92175

Free services for survivors of torture.

(619) 278-2400

Survivors of Suicide

http://www.sossd.org

Free support groups for teens and adults.

(619) 482-0297

The Union of Pan Asian Communities

(UPAC)

www.upacsd.com

5348 University Ave. #101 San Diego, CA 92105

For adults and youth with Asian backgrounds and cultural and/or language barriers.

(619) 229-2999

(619) 232-6454 Youth

Services

TriCare Referral Line

For TriCare insurance policy holders.

(888) 874-9378

Victim Assistance Program

www.sdcda.org

330 W. Broadway San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 531-4041

YMCA

www.ymca.org

3708 Ruffin Rd. San Diego, CA 92123

Services for uninsured but need Social Security

Number.

(858) 292-9622

YWCA Counseling Center

www.ywcasandiego.org

1012 C St. San Diego, CA 92101

Sliding scale.

(619) 239-0355 ext. 252

 

Mental Health/Counseling Support for Undocumented or Uninsured Individuals and Families

A Helping Hand

www.ahhcbiz.com

3914 Murphy Canyon Rd. Suite A-170 San Diego,

CA 92123

Family and individual counseling, domestic violence and anger management groups.

(858) 279-6721

African Alliance Assistance

www.alliance-for-africa.org

5952 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92115

Immigration, housing, employment, and interpretation services.

(619) 286-9052

Anthem Blue Cross “Special

Population Plan”

Healthy Families- low cost insurance for those

who don’t qualify for medi-cal. Ages 0-19.

(800) 227-3238

CaliforniaKids

Call to see if they are accepting new clients.

Ages 2-18.  Medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health services.

(818) 755-9700

Catholic Charities

www.ccdsd.org

349 Cedar St. San Diego, CA 92101

Counseling and supportive services, emergency, homeless, immigration, refugee, pregnancy/adoption, senior services.

(619) 231-2828

Center for Community Counseling &

Engagement (SDSU)

www.coe.sdsu.edu/csp

4283 El Cajon Blvd. Ste 215 San Diego, CA 92105

Low cost individual, couples, and family counseling; sliding scale.

(619) 594-4918 ext. 2

Center for Community Solutions

www.ccssd.org

Services for victims of domestic violence or

sexual assault; free or sliding scale. They do not ask for a social security number.

(619) 697-7477 East

(858) 272-5777 Central

(760) 747-6282 North

Chaldean-Middle Eastern Social

Services

www.c-mss.org

343 E. Main St., Ste 201 El Cajon, CA 92020

Outpatient mental health services for youth and adults; medi-cal and unfunded youth.

(619) 631-7400

Home Start, Inc

www.home-start.org

5005 Texas St San Diego, CA 92108

Free or sliding scale.

(619) 692-0727

Jewish Family Services

www.jfssd.org

8804 Balboa Ave. San Diego, CA 92123

Offer counseling and case management services.  Self-referral and sliding scale for undocumented individuals.

(858) 637-3000

La Maestra Community Health

Center’s Behavioral Dept.

For those with medi-cal or uninsured (sliding

fee scale).

(619) 280-4213 or

(619) 779-7900

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning  (LGBTQ) Community

Center www.thecentersd.org

3909 Centre St. San Diego, CA 92103

(619) 692-2077

Logan Heights Family Counseling

Center (Central)

www.fhcsd.org

2204 National Ave. San Diego , CA 92113

(619) 515-2355

National Alliance on Mental Illness

(NAMI) San Diego www.namisandiego.org

4480 30th St. San Diego, CA 92116

Free classes and support groups.

(619) 584-5563

Family and Peer Support Helpline (619) 543-1434 or (800) 523-5933

Native American Communities- SCAIR

2218 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901

(619) 445-9236

 

Para Las Familias Center- Episcopal

Community Services www.ecscalifornia.org

4305 University Ave. #400 San Diego,CA 92105

Mental health services for ages 18 months to 6 years; medi-cal & uninsured.

(619) 228-2800

Project Enable

www.neighborhoodhouse.org

286 Euclid Ave. Suite 102 San Diego, CA 92114

Individual and group counseling; ages 18 &

older.

(619) 263-6155 ext. 113

San Diego Deaf Mental Health Services

www.ncda-usa.org

10765 Woodside Ave. Suite B Santee, CA 92071

Serve individuals with medi-cal or no insurance.

(619) 456-9609

(619) 272-4295 VP (Video Phone)

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)- San

Diego www.saysandiego.org

Counseling and case management services for

uninsured youth ages 5-18 and their families. Includes specific services for at risk youth.

(858) 565-4148

The Union of Pan Asian Communities

(UPAC)

www.upacsd.com

1031 25th St. San Diego, CA 92102

Child, adolescent, and adult counseling services.

(619) 232-6454

YMCA

www.ymca.org

4080 Centre St. San Diego, CA 92103

Serves uninsured, but need social security number ages 5-18.

(619) 543-9850

YWCA Counseling Center

www.ywcasandiego.org

1012 C St. San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 239-0355 ext. 221

Military Families

Courage to Call

www.vvsd.net/courage.htm

24 hour hotline and mental health services for

active or former military members and their families and loved ones.

(877) MyUsVet

(877-698-7838)

Fleet and Family Support Center- Naval

Base San Diego www.cnic.navy.mil/SanDiego/BaseSup port/index.htm

3005 Corbina Alley Suite 1 San Diego, CA 92136

Buildings 259 and 263

Support for Navy families.

(619) 556-7404

MCAS Miramar Family Advocacy

Program www.mccsmiramar.com/family_advoc acy.html

2274 Elrod Ave. San Diego, CA 92145

Mental health and substance abuse services.

(858) 577-6585

MCRD Family Advocacy Center www.mccsmcrd.com/Marine_Family_

Services/Family_Advocacy.aspx

3602 Hochmuht Ave. Bldg 6E San Diego, CA

92140-5000

(619) 524-0465

Military Onesource

www.militaryonesource.com

24 hour crisis hotline for soldiers and military

families.

1-800-342-9647

Soldier’s Project

www.thesoldiersproject.org

Non-military, Mental Health professionals offer

free, confidential treatment for soldiers, vets, and military families.

1-877-576-5343

San Diego Unified School District-

Services for Military Families www.sandi.net/2045109259453747/bla nk/browse.asp?a=383&BMDRN=2000& BCOB=0&c=67259&2045109259453747

Nav=|&NodeID=5845

 

(619) 725-8168 or

(619) 725-8165

Vet2Vet

www.veteranscall.us

Confidential and toll free hotline targeted to

helping returning armed forces and veterans from previous wars.

(877) VET2VET

(838-2838)

 

Other Resources

Access for Infants and Mothers- AIM

www.aimsandiego.ca.gov

Low cost insurance for maternity services if

don’t qualify for medi-cal. Must have social security number.

(800) 433-2611

Affordable Housing Advocates

www.affordablehousingadvocates.org

4305 University Ave. Ste 110 San Diego, CA

92105

(619) 233-8441

Alliance for African Assistance

www.alliance-for-africa.org

5952 El Cajon Blvd San Diego, CA 92115

Health clinic, translation services, financial assistance, and refugee services.

(619) 286-9052

Alliance for Community

Empowerment www.calorganize.org

Provides free mobile response team to provide

support, resources and referrals where acts of violence have occurred; parent and teen empowerment groups (gang involvement); leadership Academy (age 12-16).  All services free.

1-800-ACE-9458

1-800-223-9458

ARC of San Diego

www.arc-sd.com

3030 Market St. San Diego, CA 92102

Serves adults and children with disabilities.

(619) 685-1175

Barrio Station

www.barriostation.org

2175 Newton Ave. San Diego, CA 92113-2282

Community center for teens, counseling, and sports activities; ages 6-18.

(619) 238-0314

Stop Bullying

www.stopbullying.gov

Provides information from various government

agencies on how kids, teens, young adults, parents, educators and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.

 

Campesinos Unidos

www.brawleycui.com

1005 C St. Brawley, CA 92227

Services include head start, child development, community social services, housing program, weatherization services and one-time non- emergency utility assistance for low income families.

(760) 351-5100

Caring Helpers Program- Mental

Health Systems, Inc.

www.mhsinc.org

4660 Viewridge Ave. San Diego, CA 92123

Youth leadership training program.

(858) 292-0903

Chicano Federation of San Diego

www.chicanofederation.org

3180 University Ave. Ste 317 San Diego, CA

92104

Childcare, childcare training, HIV awareness, foster care, and housing services.

(619) 285-5600

Children and Adults with Attention

Deficit Disorder (CHADD)

www.chadd.org

Support groups offered.

(760) 736-1111

(800) 233-4050 National

Crawford Community Connection- Mid

City Resource Center www.midcitycan.org

4275 El Cajon Blvd. Ste 101 San Diego, CA 92105

Community resource center.

(619) 283-9624

Crisis House Emergency Services

www.crisishouse.org

1034 N Magnolia St. El Cajon, CA 92020

Serves undocumented individuals and families in need of emergency food and baby supplies.

(619) 444-1194

Deaf Community Services of San Diego

www.deafcommunityservices.org

3930 4th Ave. #300 San Diego, CA 92103

Mental health services, interpretation services, literacy services, and food bank.

(619) 398-2441

(619) 398-2440 TTY (619) 619-550-3436 VP (Video Phone)

 

 

EARP

4480 30th St San Diego, CA 92116

Emergency utility, security deposit for housing, emergency hotel, insurance, and other funding for people who are HIV+.

(619) 584-3113

FBI Innocence Lost Task Force

9797 Aero Dr. San Diego, CA 92123

(858) 565-1255

First 5 Health & Development Services

www.first5sandiego.org

1495 Pacific Highway, Ste 201 San Diego, CA

92101

(888) 534-7785

Healthy Families

www.healthyfamilies.ca.gov

 

(800) 880-5305

HEART- (UPAC)

5348 University Ave. Ste 202 San Diego, CA

92105

Groups for females 13-18; work on communication, peer pressure, healthy dating, etc. Meets Tuesday 6-7:30.

(619) 265-2777

HIV testing/counseling- County Health

Services

3851 Rosecrans St. San Diego, CA 92110

(619) 296-2120

Home Start, Inc

www.home-start.org

Various locations

Aside from mental health services, this agency offers employment assistance, tax preparation, and other services free or sliding scale.

(619) 692-0727

Main Office

Horn of Africa

www.hornofafrica.org

5296 University Ave. Ste F San Diego, CA 92105

Services include parent support programs, health access, youth violence prevention, youth academic empowerment, economic development, etc.

(619) 583-0532

Housing Opportunities Collaborative

 

(619) 283-2200

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,

Questioning  (LGBTQ) Community

Center www.thecentersd.org

3909 Centre St. San Diego, CA 92103

(619) 692-2077

LIHEAP- Dept. of Community Service

and Development www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ocs/liheap

PO Box 1947 Sacramento, CA 95812

One-time utility assistance for low income families.

(866) 675-6623

MAAC Project

www.maacproject.org

1355 Third Ave. Chula Vista, CA 91911

Utility assistance for low income families.

(619) 426-3595

Mental Health America

www.mhasd.org

Information on mental health, advocacy, and

self-help groups.

(619) 543-0412

National Action Alliance for Suicide

Prevention http://actionallianceforsuicidepreventi on.org

 

 

New Seasons Church

www.nscsv.org

2300 Bancroft Dr. Spring Valley, CA 91977

Serves undocumented individuals and families in need of emergency food, clothing, and baby supplies.

(619) 463-0725 x38

 

Nice Guys Charities

www.sdniceguys.com

PO Box 881456 San Diego, CA 92168

Temporary one-time assistance for utilities, clothing, auto repair, tuition, and other expenses.

(858) 509-9443

Parent Connection

www.sandiegoparent.com

Resources for parents.

(858) 626-6944

Polinsky Children’s Center

 

(858) 514-4600

Primetime (formerly “6 to 6”)

Before and after school academic support and

enrichment activities for K-9 students.

(858) 627-7562

Refugee Resettlement Services-

Jewish Family Services www.jfssd.org

Turk Family Center

8804 Balboa Ave. San Diego, CA 92123

(858) 637-3030

San Diego Continuing Education

www.sdce.edu

Free classes for childbirth, GED, education,

parenting, job skills, etc.

(619) 388-4850 or

(619) 388-4881

(619) 388-1873 Spanish

San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital

3853 Rosecrans St. San Diego, CA 92110

24 hour emergency room, in-patient for adults.

(619) 692-8200

San Diego East African Youth

Organization

5348 University Ave. San Diego, CA

(619) 531-1590

San Diego Job Corps

www.sandiego.jobcorps.gov

Free for 16-24 year olds; do not serve

undocumented individuals.

(800) 733-5627

San Diego Regional Center

www.sdrc.org

4355 Ruffin Rd. Suite 200 San Diego CA 92123

(858) 576-2996

SDG&E CARE

8335 Century Park Ct. San Diego, CA 92123

20% discount on gas and electric bills for low income residents.

(800) 411-7343

SD-KHAN (Kids Health Assurance

Network)

Low cost insurance for children and teens that

don’t currently have insurance and don’t

qualify for medi-cal.

(619) 692-8428 or

(800) 675-2229

Social Advocates for Youth (SAY)- San

Diego www.saysandiego.org

Free application assistance for Healthy

Families, Medi-Cal, and AIM in English and

Spanish.

(858) 565-4148

Somali Family Services

www.somalifamilyservice.org

6035 University Ave. San Diego, CA 92115

(619) 265-5821

Supplemental Educational Services

Office

Offers free tutoring to all children who qualify.

(619) 262-0316

Survivors of the Streets

Services for all ages.

(619) 459-4877

www.Tutor.com

Live homework help provides one-to-one

online tutoring service. Available in English or

Spanish at no cost.

 

Urban League

www.sdul.org

720 Gateway Center Dr. San Diego, CA 92102

(619) 263-3115

Other Emergency Phone Support and Helplines

Abuse Hotline

24 hour child abuse hotline, referrals for

domestic violence, sexual abuse, and suicide.

1-800-422-4453

AIDS Hotline (Also for

STD’s/vaccinations)

24 hour educational and referral service

1-800-232-4636

Alcohol & Drug Hotline

24 hour information and referral by staff

1-800-ALCOHOL

(1-800-252-6465)

 

California Youth Crisis Hotline

www.youthcrisisnetwork.org

24 hour support

1-800-843-5200

GLBTQ Hotline

www.trevorproject.org

24 hour support for GLBTQ youth

1-866-488-7386

Military—Soldier’s Project

Non-military Mental Health professionals offer

free, confidential treatment for soldiers, vets, and military families.

1-877-576-5343

National Center for Missing &

Exploited Children http://www.missingkids.com

 

1-800-THE-LOST

(1-800-843-5678)

National Eating Disorders Association

www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

 

1-800-931-2237

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest

National Network www.rainn.org

24 hour support

1-800-656-HOPE

(1-800-656-4673)

Runaways www.nrscrisisline.org

24 hour support

1-800-RUN-AWAY (1-800-786-2929)

S.A.F.E. Alternatives

www.selfinjury.com

 

1-800-DONTCUT

(1-800-366-8288)

Pregnant & Parenting Minor Resources:

Adoption Center of San Diego

www.adoption-center.org

3665 Ruffin Rd. Ste 205 San Diego, CA 92123

(800) 298-9111

AIM (Access for Infant and Mothers)

www.aim.ca.gov

 

(800) 433-2611

America’s Pregnancy Helpline

www.thehelpline.org

 

(866) 942-6466

Birthline

www.birthlineofsandiego.org

3660 Clairemont Dr. Suite 4 San Diego CA 92117

1220 Third Ave. Chula Vista, CA 91911

(858) 270-2491

(619) 425-5012

Cal-Safe

www.cde.ca.gov/ls/cg/pp/calsafedirect ory.asp

 

(858) 496-1811

Catholic Charities

www.ccdsd.org/emergency

Main Office: 349 Cedar St. San Diego, CA 92101

Emergency food assistance and baby supplies.

619-231-2828

College Area Pregnancy Services www.capsonline.org

www.pregnanydecisionline.org

 

(800) 395-4357

24 hour hotline

(619) 337-8080

SDSU Area

(858) 866-0484

Pacific Beach Area

La Leche League of San Diego

www.lllusa.org

Free classes in English and Spanish.

(858) 646-9779

Life Choices Pregnancy Center

 

(858) 486-1738

www.optionline.org

 

1 (800) 712-HELP

(1-800-712-4357)

Pacific Safety

www.pscsd.com

Free car seats for low income families (can also

help undocumented families). Must attend a 2 hour class. English and Spanish classes; Somali and Arabic translators available.

(858) 621-2313 ext.110

 

 

Perinatal Care Network

 

(800) 675-2229

Planned Parenthood

www.plannedparenthood.org

 

(888) 743-7526 or

(800) 230-7526

SANDAPP (SDUSD sponsored)

 

(619) 235-5000

SD County Adoption

 

(877) 423-6788

SDSU Foundation WIC Programs

www.sandiegowic.org

 

(888) 999-6897

Turning Point Pregnancy Resource

Center

5440 Morehouse Dr. Ste 2000 San Diego, CA

92121

Hotline and support groups.

(858) 457-7800 or

National Hotline (800) 395-HELP (1-800-395-4357)