United Way Legacy Agencies and Combined Health Agencies...partners helping those in need.
The following United Way of San Diego County Legacy Agencies and the agencies of Combined Health Agencies provide much-needed services to make San Diego County a stronger, healthier place to live and work.
For your convenience we have sorted the agencies alphabetically. Available: 2011-2012 UWSD Focus Area, Legacy Agency, CHA, and partner list.
2-1-1 San Diego
San Diego county's new three-digit phone number for community, health and disaster services information and referral. Confidential; 24/7; free; multilingual; publishes directories and handbooks; search for services online.
Access Center of San Diego, Inc., The
The Access Center of San Diego, Inc., through advocacy, education and opportunity, promotes full inclusion by empowering and challenging people with disabilities to achieve their greatest potential.
1295 University Avenue, Suite 10
San Diego, CA 92103
Phone: (619) 293-3500
Fax: (619) 293-3508
Adult Protective Services, Inc.
Disabled and disadvantaged elderly receive licensed adult day health care, employment services and mental health case management services.
2840 Adams Avenue, Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92116
Phone: (619) 283-5731
Fax: (619) 283-1877
Alliance for African Assistance
Alliance resettles and assists legal refugees from all over the world fleeing political or religious persecution in their home countries, helping them to become self-sufficient.
5952 El Cajon Blvd. San Diego, CA 92115
Phone: (619) 286-9052
Fax: (619) 282-4235
Alpha Project for the Homeless
Serving roughly 4,000 men, women, and children daily, Alpha Project's primary programs offer services to homeless and very low-income families through transitional employment, supportive housing for people with mental illness, affordable housing, residential substance abuse treatment, and a daytime resource center.
ALS Association, The - CHA Agency
Provides services/support to those with ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, in the San Diego and Imperial County area.
7920 Silverton Avenue, Suite #E San Diego, CA 92126
Phone: (858) 271-5547
Alzheimer's Association of San Diego - CHA Agency
Affects 240,000 San Diegans. A voluntary health organization dedicated to increasing public awareness, providing support and referral information and supporting research towards cause and cure.
6632 Convoy Court San Diego, CA 92111
Phone: (858) 492-4400
Alzheimer's Family Centers, Inc. (The George G. Glenner)
our specialized daycare health centers for Alzheimer's patients and frail elderly. Free psychiatric family counseling, information/referrals/research. Centers: Hillcrest, Escondido, South Bay, Fallbrook and School of Dementia Care.
American Cancer Society, Border Sierra Region
Provides direct patient services, community-based education, programs for youth, adults and health professionals and research, the largest non-governmental source of cancer research funding in the world.
American Diabetes Association - CHA Agency
Prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes by funding research, information, educational programs, children/family camps, advocacy and patient support group referrals.
5060 Shoreham Place San Diego, CA 92122
Phone: (619) 234-9897
American Liver Foundation, San Diego Chapter - CHA Agency
Dedicated to the prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease through research, education and advocacy on behalf of those touched by liver disease.
2515 Camino del Rio South, Suite 122 San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 291-5483
American Lung Association of San Diego & Imperial Counties - CHA Agency
Your community leader in lung disease prevention, research, and education through programs in air quality, asthma, lung cancer, emphysema, research and the Lung Express.
2750 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92103-6206
Phone: (619) 297-3901
American Melanoma Foundation - CHA Agency
Funds research for the development of treatments for melanoma, provides public education on prevention and protection, offers support to melanoma patients and their families.
4150 Regents Park Row #300 La Jolla, CA 92037
Phone: (858) 882-7712
American Red Cross San Diego/ Imperial Counties Chapter
Provides 24-hour service and world wide communication for military families; 24-hour disaster response; health screenings; disaster preparedness; volunteer opportunities; and aquatic training, first aid, CPR and HIV/AIDS training.
3950 Calle Fortunada San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 309-1200
Hostelling International USA, San Diego Council
Provides world understanding through hostelling. Operates two youth hostels (Point Loma, San Diego), educational, recreational, and cultural programs for the community.
739 4th Avenue, Suite 203 San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 338-9981
Fax: (619) 525-1533
Arc of San Diego, The
Services to persons with developmental disabilities include vocational training, competitive and supported employment, infant development, residential programs in group homes, supported living, and recreational opportunities.
Armed Services YMCA, Camp Pendleton
Low cost programs for military personnel and families at Camp Pendleton including preschools, after school enrichment, single Marine recreation, and transportation program.
Armed Services YMCA, San Diego
Provides social, recreational, counseling and crisis intervention programs for military personnel and their families.
3293 Santo Road San Diego, CA 92124
Phone: (858) 751-5755
Fax: (858) 751-5769
Arthritis Foundation, San Diego Area Chapter - CHA Agency
Programs and services include exercise programs, self-help courses, research support, physician referrals, literature distribution, public policy and advocacy, and free adult and children clinics.
9089 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., Suite 104 San Diego, CA 92123-1288
Phone: (858) 492-1090
Autism Society of America, San Diego County Chapter - CHA Agency
Provides education, referrals and promote research and public awareness for individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, educators and service providers.
4699 Murphy Canyon Road San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 715-0678
Provides swimming, sports and physical fitness, computer lab, the arts, drop in recreation programs, and case management in prevention and intervention to at risk youth.
Bayside Community Center
Since 1932 we have provided programs/services and advocacy to immigrants and refugees who are limited by language, cultural understanding and knowledge of our laws.
Being Alive San Diego - AIDS/HIV Services - CHA Agency
Provides treatment information, public education, referrals, food, vitamins, peer counseling, advocacy, respite and moving services to San Diego HIV/AIDS residents.
4070 Centre Street San Diego, CA 92103
Phone: (619) 291-1400
Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County
A self-supporting agency that provides professionally supported friendship matches for all children (ages 7-16) that need or want a mentor in their lives.
Big Sister League, Inc.
Shelter and transitional housing for displaced, battered, and mentally-ill women. Big/Little Sister Program matches girls at risk (6-17) with women who serve as mentors.
Boy Scouts of America, San Diego - Imperial Council
Collaborations with hundreds of chartered organizations provide Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Varsity, Venture and Exploring programs to each community in the county.
Boys & Girls Club of Chula Vista
A comprehensive youth development program promoting physical, social, and educational development of children 6-18. Programs also include a pre-school and day camps when school is out of session.
1301 Oleander Avenue Chula Vista, CA 91911
Phone: (619) 421-4011
Fax: (619) 482-6738
Boys & Girls Club of Imperial Beach
A youth development organization dedicated to promoting the educational, physical, social and psychological well-being of youth ages 5-17.
847 Encina Avenue Imperial Beach, CA 91932
Phone: (619) 424-2266
Fax: (619) 424-8266
Boys & Girls Club of Oceanside, Inc.
Provides the youth of Oceanside with site-based quality guidance services and athletic activities, under the direction of a professional staff member.
Boys & Girls Club of Vista
Provide positive programs that will inspire boys & girls in need to realize their highest potential as responsible, productive members of their community.
Boys & Girls Clubs Carlsbad
Provides social, educational, athletic, and recreational programs for disadvantaged youth which build self-esteem, teach responsibility, enhance interpersonal skills and improve decision making.
Boys & Girls Clubs of East County
Develops health, social skills, educational and vocational abilities to build the character of youth 6-18.
260 E. Chase El Cajon, CA 92022
Phone: (619) 440-1600
Fax: (619) 440-2331
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego
A multi-neighborhood youth development organization dedicated to helping young people build self-esteem and develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.
115 West Woodward Avenue Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 746-3315
Fax: (760) 740-0242
Boys & Girls Clubs of National City
A youth development organization promoting the health, social, educational, and character development of boys and girls ages 6-18.
Boys & Girls Clubs of North County
Private non-profit classes, tutoring, social activities, sports, art, service programs that develop youth 6-18 by instilling competence, usefullness, belonging, power to make a difference.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito
Provides a positive place for ages 5-18 with activities and programs planned and supervised by trained, caring professionals. The clubs are open during critical hours.
Boys & Girls Club of San Marcos
Burn Institute - CHA Agency
Funds burn treatment and burn research. Supports burn survivor programs such as emergency needs and camps for burn-injured children. Provides burn prevention education programs.
Canine Companions for Independence, Southwest Trng Ctr
Enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained service dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
Casa de Amparo: House of Refuge
Strives to create a safe environment that focuses on prevention, shelter and therapeutic care for victims of child abuse through multiple programs at Casa de Amparo.
Bilingual/bicultural staff providing multi-omit word "social" services that include counseling, youth services, education, recreation, immigration/citizenship services, housing, economic development, community computer center including classes and tutoring, fitness center. Parent Support Services, Literacy and educational services in Spanish, Court Referral placement. Workfare training site and Food Bank disbursement site.
Provides critical services for children, adults and families, including counseling, pregnancy, parenting and adoption services, immigrant and refugee services, senior services, homeless and emergency services.
Center for Community Solutions
Creating safe and healthy communities with emphasis on treatment and prevention of sexual assault and relationship violence. Services include emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling and legal assistance.
Chicano Federation of San Diego County, Inc.
Case management, crisis intervention, youth programs and job development for low-income individuals. Provides childcare services and leadership training program. Develops/manages affordable housing apartments.
Children's Dental Health Association of San Diego
Provides full range of high quality, affordable and accessible dental health services to San Diego's underserved children.
Children's Hospital and Health Center (Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego)
Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego is the region's only medical center devoted exclusively to children and provides a full array of medical services for the children of San Diego County.
Clairemont Friendship Senior Center, Inc.
Senior lunch program, home delivered meals, adult social day care, senior emergency alert system, Senior Surfers computer classes, Project CARE, education, recreational and health services.
Communities Against Substance Abuse
A community-driven organization dedicated to the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse. Approaches include youth development, citizen activism, awareness and environmental changes which foster healthy youth, families and communities.
Community Campership Council of San Diego, Inc.
Provides financial aid to children from low-income families for a camping experience at one of 23 accredited American Camping Association Camps in San Diego County. "Camperships" also available for the three sixth grade outdoor education camps..
Community Interface Services
Quality, individualized, community-based support in employment and community living to assist adults with developmental disabilities reach their individual potential for community participation and independence.
Community Resource Center
Provides Domestic Violence services for women and children escaping abuse including emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, education/prevention. Comprehensive social services include food programs, homeless prevention.
Provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and recovery services. Programs include residential & non-residential perinatal day treatment, and General Relief Alcohol & Drug Services. Serve adult populations.
Provides prevention and intervention for abused children, transitional and emergency assistance for people in crisis, including emergency assistance for military families.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation - CHA Agency
Supports innovative research to control and cure cystic fibrosis. Provides specialized medical care through a nationwide network of centers; offers pharmacy and other patient services.
10455 Sorrento Valley Rd. #103 San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: (858) 452-2873
Deaf Community Services of San Diego, Inc.
Serves deaf and hard-of-hearing persons. Sign language interpreting, counseling, mental health, employment services, adult literacy, HIV/AIDS, information, referral, advocacy, lending library.
Educational Enrichment Systems
Enhances the development of the whole child by providing unique and affordable child development programs on or near the work site for low-moderate income families.
Elder Law & Advocacy
Programs include free legal services for seniors ages 60 and older, priority issues include elder abuse, consumer and landlord/tenant issues, wills, age discrimination, fraud and related cases.
ElderHelp of San Diego
Provides programs to help frail elderly remain at home, including shared housing, grocery shopping, care management, home repair, forms assistance, legal services and Project CARE.
Elementary Institute of Science (EIS)
Elizabeth Hospice, The
Provides physical, emotional, spiritual and bereavement support to the terminally ill and their families regardless of their age, disease, diagnosis or ability to pay.
150 W Crest Street Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 737-2050
Fax: (760) 796-3785
Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County - CHA Agency
Provides individuals, family and group therapy, career development, information and referral, individual advocacy, education seminars and presentation, scholarships and summer camps for children with epilepsy.
2055 El Cajon Boulevard San Diego, CA 92104-1092
Phone: (619) 296-0161
Escondido Community Child Development Center
Educational program for children of low income working families; early intervention services such as dental, vision and speech screening, on-site family counseling, parent training, and 450 nutritious meals/day.
819 West 9th Avenue Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 839-9361
Fax: (760) 745-8567
Fallbrook Child Development Center, Inc.
Serves low income, employed or student parents by providing quality care for their children, one through five years of age.
320 North Iowa Street Fallbrook, CA 92028
Phone: (760) 728-5402
Fax: (760) 728-5337
Family Health Centers of San Diego County, Inc.
Provides comprehensive primary healthcare, including medical, dental, optometry, mental health, health education, and other ancillary services to medically underserved persons on a sliding scale basis.
823 Gateway Center Way San Diego, CA 92102
Phone: (619) 515-2300
Fax: (619) 237-1856
Fresh Start Surgical Gifts - CHA Agency
Transforms lives of disadvantaged children with physical deformities caused by birth defects, abuse, accidents, and disease through free reconstructive surgeries, medical services, research and education.
2011 Palomar Airport Road, Suite 206 Carlsbad, CA 92009
Phone: (760) 944-7774
Girl Scouts, San Diego-Imperial Council, Inc.
Working together with committed adults, Girl Scouts offers every girl, everywhere, the opportunity to learn, have fun, and to grow strong in body, mind and spirit.
Girls Incorporated of North San Diego County
Provides low-cost informal research based educational and recreational programs to help girls ages 6-18 to increase their self-esteem. Through structured programs girls develop the skills to become self-sufficient, self-reliant young women.
Girls Club of San Diego
Multi-service, community-based agency provides counseling, childcare and community services to children, youth and families.
Hemophilia Association of San Diego County - CHA Agency
Improving health and quality of life for families with hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease through education, advocacy and outreach. Sponsoring research to cure bleeding disorders.
3570 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 108 San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 325-3570
Home of Guiding Hands
Provides 24/7 training and living support for persons with developmental disabilities through 28 community homes. Adult Community Living assistance; and In-Home Respite for all ages and special needs.
Home Start, Inc.
Provides case management, mental health services, parenting education, family self-sufficiency, EITC services, financial literacy, children's health insurance application assistance through home visits and community sites.
Hospice of the North Coast
Meets the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients/families coping with terminal illness through specialized home care. Extensive grief support services.
Imperial Beach Health Center
Offers primary medical care services for low income individuals and persons without health insurance. Fees are based on income and family size.
Indian Human Resource Center, Inc.
Provides employment assistance, job training, and case management social services to American Indians in crisis situations due to unemployment or emergency situations.
4040 30th Street, Suite A San Diego, CA 92104
Phone: (619) 281-5964
Fax: (619) 281-1466
Interfaith Community Services
Provides a complete continuum of care and services in north San Diego County, from Oceanside to Escondido and surrounding: food, shelter, housing, crisis intervention, advocacy and referrals, clinical case management, employment assessment, training and placement, psychological counseling.
Jewish Community Center of San Diego County, Lawrence Family, Jacobs Family Campus
The JCC provides a preschool, theater, library, pool, gym, and more for social, educational, cultural, and fitness programs including camp, arts, teens, singles and senior adults.
Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Provides counseling and support for families and individuals, mentoring, child abuse prevention, domestic violence services, case management, Jewish Healing Center, refugee resettlement, food pantry for needy. Kosher home-delivered meals, refugee resettlement and services to elderly, including transportation.
Turk Family Center
8804 Balboa Avenue San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 637-3000
Fax: (858) 637-3298
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - San Diego Chapter - CHA Agency
Help us find a cure for diabetes. Through research, we can save lives of children who suffer from diabetes and its devastating complications.
5677 Oberlin Drive, Suite 110 San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: (858) 597-0240
La Maestra Community Health Centers
Provides health care services to residents of City Heights including general primary care, pediatric, perinatal, WIC program, etc.
Legal Aid Society of San Diego
Provides quality legal services to indigent residents of the City and County of San Diego to insure they receive the basic needs for survival.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, The - CHA Agency
Dedicated to advancing a common mission: cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
9150 Chesapeake Drive, Suite 100 San Diego, CA 92123
Phone: (858) 277-1800
Lifeline Community Services
Case management, legal clinic, transportation for disabled, juvenile diversion, mediation, professional counseling, support groups, parenting classes, youth leadership, mentoring, education & cultural awareness..
Lupus Foundation of Southern California - CHA Agency
Dedicated to finding a cure for lupus and to improving the lives of those afflicted by funding research and providing information, public education and self-help groups.
4699 Murphy Canyon Road San Diego, CA 92123-4491
Phone: (858) 278-2788
Lutheran Social Services
LSS Community Care Centers provides a range of social services to studetns, frail seniors, homeless and low income families throughout San Diego County. Programs include Project Hand in Chula Vista distributing emergency food; Caring Neighbors in Santee, performing minor home repairs to seniors, the Senior Companion Program serving frail seniors throughout San Diego County; and Talent Search and Upward Bound, 2 programs sponsored by the Department of Education to further the education opportunities for first born students in the South Bay.
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4271 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92116
Phone: (858) 483-4005
Fax: (858) 483-4006
Provides social services, senior services, job training/placement, consumer education, child development/education, energy assistance, substance abuse programs, residential recovery, emergency food and vouchers, housing and community development.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of San Diego, Inc.
Grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
Meals-On-Wheels Greater San Diego, Inc.
Provides seniors with 2 meals delivered daily by volunteers. Diabetic, low-fat/low-sodium and easy to chew meals are available. ElderCare counseling and referral services available.
Mental Health America of San Diego County- CHA Agency
4069 30th St., San Diego, CA 92104
Phone: (619) 543-0412
Fax: (619) 285-1938
MITE (McAlister Institute for Treatment & Education)
Provides residential and outpatient drug/alcohol treatment for San Diego residents. We specialize in treating women, their children, and pregnant women.
Mountain Health & Community Services, Inc.
Provides medical, women's health, and mental health services to all community residents. All incomes accepted. Bilingual services available. Senior lunch program at community center and homebound seniors.
Multiple Sclerosis Society/National San Diego Area Chapter - CHA Agency
Dedicated to finding a cure of MS and improving the lives of those affected by the disease. Information/referral, equipment loans, counseling, seminars, symptom management.
12121 Scripps Summit Dr. #190 San Diego, CA 92131
Phone: (760) 448-8402
Muscular Dystrophy Association - CHA Agency
Fighting 40 neuromuscular diseases (including Lou Gerhig's disease, ALS) through funding local research, clinics, support groups and summer camp for children affected by muscular dystrophy.
9990 Mesa Rim Road San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: (858) 492-9792
NAMI San Diego
Support, education, information & referral for those directly and indirectly affected by mental illness. Toll free telephone service, library, monthly meetings, frequent classes. Bilingual staff (English/Spanish).
National Conflict Resolution Center
Provides dispute resolution services (mediation, negotiation, problem-solving) and training to the community. Experienced mediators available for parent/teen, family, neighborhood, landlord-tenant, and public policy issues.
Neighborhood House Association
San Diego Food Bank, Head Start, Adult Day Health care, Housing Assistance, HIV/AIDS Case Management, Social Services, Mental Health, Employment, Youth, Senior and Emergency Services.
New Haven Youth & Family Services, Inc.
Non-profit social service organization that serves children facing emotional and developmental challenges in a 66-bed residential treatment program, three special education/vocational schools and a therapeutic foster care agency.
North County Community Services
Is a private non profit social services agency that has provided vitally needed services for our community for over 30 years. Operating the North County Food Bank as well as seven child development centers across Northern San Diego County, North County Community Services is committed to providing help when families need it the most.
Ocean Beach Child Care Project
Provides child care services to low-income families, homeless or abused children 3 months to kindergarten age.
2041 Chatsworth Blvd San Diego, CA 92107
Phone: (619) 222-6242
Palomar Family Counseling
Parent Institute for Quality Education
Partnership with Industry
Parkinson's Disease Association of San Diego - CHA Agency
Provides in-home respite care, information and referral, transportation/escort services, a support group network, an annual education symposia, counseling, nurses training and supports promising research.
Planned Parenthood of San Diego County & Riverside County
Full-service, bilingual family planning agency with sixteen clinics receiving 170,000 annual patient visits, and educational services used by 30,000 individuals.
Poway Valley Senior Citizens Corp.
Offers a variety of services and programs (social, recreational and educational) for seniors, including: hot lunches, delivered meals, transportation, exercise, computer classes, information, referrals, outreach, tax preparation, ElderHelp Shared Housing, etc.
Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego
Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego is the region's only medical center devoted exclusively to children and provides a full array of medical services for the children of San Diego County.
Ramona Food & Clothes Closet
Provides emergency food and clothing, medical appliances, limited information and referrals. Provides food, clothes and toys at Christmas.
Rancho Bernardo Joslyn Senior Center
Serves a diverse adult population and their families through day programs, home care, care management, and supportive education in a cooperative and therapeutic environment.
Salvation Army, The
Provides assistance to needy families, seniors, youth and children...including housing, food, shelter, clothing, counseling, disaster services...without discrimination.
San Diego American Indian Health Center, Inc.
Community Health Clinic serving all in need. Provides medical, dental and counseling services to the American Indian and Non-Indian population in the urban community of San Diego County.
San Diego Blood Bank
Provides blood and blood related services to patients in San Diego, Imperial and Southern Riverside counties.
San Diego Center for the Blind & Vision Impaired
Services provided are designed to rehabilitate the newly blind and vision impaired adult so they can reach their highest potential of independence and self-reliance.
San Diego Council on Literacy
Supports 25 independent, local literacy service providers which offer free, confidential reading and writing instructional services for adults and young people who possess minimal literacy skills.
San Diego Family Care
Provides medical and psychosocial health care to low-income, multi-ethnic families on a sliding fee basis. Three separate sites are available for client access in Linda Vista and City Heights, with six languages spoken and a 7/24 answering service.
San Diego Hospice & Palliative Care - CHA Agency
Provides physical, emotional and spiritual care for the terminally ill and ongoing support for their loved ones, and pursues palliative education and research.
4311 Third Avenue San Diego, CA 92103
Phone: (619) 688-1600
San Diego LGBT Community Center, The
Provides programs for the LGBT and HIV Communities including: Youth center/Housing, Cyber center, discussion groups, Latino/a, Women's and Senior services, crisis line, individual/group counseling.
San Diego Rescue Mission
Provides care, recovery, and rehabilitation for homeless men, women and children. Includes food, shelter, counseling, life-skills classes, education, transition program and family reunification services.
San Diego Urban League
To assist African Americans and other people of color to achieve social and economic equality, through advocacy, bridge building, program services and research.
San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program
Provides pro bono legal services to the indigent in Family Law, Family Law Mediation, Domestic Violence Prevention, AIDS Law, Guardianships, Special Education, Immigration and Civil Rights.
San Diego Youth & Community Services, Inc.
Serves youth, families, and the community. Provide services in a continuum of care from prevention and education, crisis intervention, counseling, youth shelters to Transitional Living and low-income housing.
San Ysidro Health Center
Offers comprehensive health care to residents of the South bay area. Flexible fees for low-income, medically indigent people.
Senior Community Centers of San Diego
Services for seniors including home delivered meals, hot breakfast & lunch at three centers, homeless, social services, shopping, health care assistance, transportation, activities and advocacy.
SER/Jobs for Progress
Job counseling, referral, and placement for youth and adults. Learning Center provides computer applications training. First time home buyers program.
Sherman Height Community Center
Sickle Cell Disease Association of America - CHA Agency
Provides a parent support group, emergency transportation, summer camp and counseling to Sickle Cell clients within San Diego city and county.
837 South 47th Street San Diego, CA 92113
Phone: (619) 263-8300
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
Social Advocates for Youth
Provides a comprehensive array of prevention and intervention services for children, youth, families, and communities in order to optimize health and self-sufficiency.
South Bay Community Services
SBCS provides strengths services; including counseling, violence prevention and intervention, shelter, affordable housing, education, school readiness and opportunities for children, youth and families.
Southern Caregiver Resource Center
Offers consultation/case management, counseling, legal consultation, respite, education and training, support groups, and more, to families caring for individuals with chronic and disabling conditions.
St. Clare's Home, Inc.
Provides food, clothing, shelter, medical, and psychological assistance to homeless women, children and pregnant women. Parenting, self-esteem, alcohol and drug recovery, job preparation classes are offered and day care.
St. Madeleine Sophie's Center
Prepares adults with developmental disabilities for paid work in integrated community environments, developing self-esteem, preparing students to be contributors to society. Provides catering, packaging & janitorial services to the public.
St. Vincent de Paul Village
Provides rehabilitation programs daily for 2,000 homeless and needy children, families, teens and adults, AIDS patients - meals - housing - medical - dental - chemical dependency - literacy - employment - winter shelters.
Program aids youth in making positive life choices through educational and recreational activities.
Stepping Stone of San Diego, Inc. - CHA Agency
Provides alcohol and drug recovery and prevention service primarily serving the lesbian and gay population of San Diego County since 1976.
Teen Challenge of Southern California
For over 30 years, positively changing the lives of men, women and youth dealing with drug abuse. All programs are offered free of charge.
Travelers Aid Society of San Diego, Inc.
Protective travel service for young, senior or disabled travelers; emergency transportation available for victims of domestic violence and persons stranded in San Diego.
Union of Pan Asian Communities of San Diego County
Mental health counseling; juvenile delinquency diversion; domestic violence counseling; substance abuse prevention and treatment; senior in-home services and nutrition; health promotion and disease prevention; economic development and self-sufficiency.
United Cerebral Palsy Association of San Diego County
Provides information & referral, vocational training, assistive technology services, supported employment, toy and software library, aquatics, respite and support groups for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities and their families.
Provides day training programs, work programs, and employment services throughout San Diego County for adults with developmental disabilities. Promotes independence, empowerment and employment.
2330 Main Street, Suite E Ramona, CA 92065
Phone: (760) 789-5960
Fax: (760) 789-8156
USO Council of San Diego
Provides social, educational, entertainment and recreational needs of active duty men and women in the armed services.
Veterans Village of San Diego
Provides transitional housing, substance abuse and mental health counseling, and employment services to all homeless and unemployed veterans and their families.
4141 Pacific Highway San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: (619) 497-0142
Fax: (619) 497-0263
Vista Community Clinic
Provides comprehensive primary health care/health education to community members, with a focus on those in need because of economic, social or cultural barriers.
Voices for Children
Agency trains & supervises volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates, Court Appointed Special Monitors and Educational Surrogates to advocate for abused and neglected children in Juvenile Court.
Volunteers of America of Southwest California
Provides assistance to at-risk children, families, seniors and the disabled through affordable housing, child development, shelter, food, mental health, drug treatment, and public safety programs.
Women's Resource Center
Provides shelter, counseling and supportive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Battered women's shelter and 24-hour hotline are available.
YMCA of San Diego County
Provides character building programs to help youth and individuals realize their fullest potential through a variety of recreational, health, family, child care, camping and social service programs.
YWCA of San Diego County
Comprehensive programs for women, girls and families including: domestic violence prevention, educational/counseling services, supportive housing for battered women and girls, childcare, and teen/women leadership.