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Programs that link people who are in need of medical care, nursing care, dental care or other types of health care services with qualified practitioners.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Access Program, Alliance for African AssistanceProvides outreach, information and referral, health care referrals, and health education.CentralAccess ProgramAlliance for African Assistance
Emergency Services, Community Christian Service Agency, CCSA Pacific BeachProvides emergency services to homeless individuals. Emergency food, clothing, hygiene items available to those in need. Limited transportation given (One MTS-day pass for verified appointments such as doctor appointments or job interview). Limited counseling and referral provided to community resources and social service programs. A volunteer nurse is available on-site Monday-Friday mornings to provide first aid, health education and referrals. Call center for details and availability. Long-term case management is not available. No direct financial aid is available.North CentralEmergency ServicesCommunity Christian Service Agency
HIV Early Intervention Program, UC San Diego Health, Antiviral Research CenterProvides medical screening and monitoring, and referral to primary care and treatment services for newly diagnosed HIV patients. Provides psychosocial assessments and short-term counseling. Health education includes safer-sex practices, risk reduction, nutrition, and stress management.CentralHIV Early Intervention ProgramUniversity of California San Diego Health
Lao Seri Association-Laotian Community ServicesSupports families through group workshops on early child development, school readiness, parenting, health education, domestic violence, and child abuse prevention. Also staff drop in parent/child activities, a bilingual hotline for counseling, conduct outreach, home visits, group field trips, family advocacy, parent leadership development, and information and referral to medical, legal, immigration, housing, school and social services for Lao, Thai, and others.Lao Seri Association-Laotian Community ServicesLao Seri Association
Lung HelpLine, American Lung Association in CaliforniaCall the FREE Lung HelpLine to talk to a lung health expert about your lung health. If you are newly diagnosed with asthma, COPD, lung cancer, pulmonary fibrosis or pulmonary hypertension the Lung HelpLine can explain the disease, help you get answers about what comes next, explain what your options are and find you resources. If you need help getting insurance the Lung HelpLine can also assist you. CentralLung HelplineAmerican Lung Association in California
Psychiatric Case Management, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoProvides short-term and long-term case management for individuals and families facing mental illness. Case management services assist in meeting the clients needs and in accessing the following services: counseling, housing, food, budgeting, crisis intervention, vocational/employment, daily living/coping skills, psychiatric referrals, medical/dental care, benefits and insurance assistance, advocacy and legal referrals.North CentralPsychiatric Case ManagementJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
Rosa Parks Elementary Clinic, La Maestra Community Health CentersProvides well physicals, immunizations, sick visits, same day visits, and specialist referrals.CentralRosa Parks ElementaryLa Maestra Community Health Centers
Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health HelplineOffers free and confidential health information in Spanish and English. Health information specialists provide basic health information and can refer callers to health care providers in their community.Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health HelplineNational Alliance for Hispanic Health
Ventanilla de Salud, Consulate General of Mexico Calexico OfficeOperates a ventanilla de salud (health window) staffed by health resource specialists who provide information about preventative health care and common illnesses among the Latino community. Offers health care information in such areas as vaccinations, asthma, tuberculosis, prenatal care, diabetes, and nutrition. Provides information about how to get Medi-Cal and Healthy Families health insurance coverage for children, including information about required documentation. Instructs immigrants about their rights as patients. Provides referrals to hospitals and health clinics in the county that see patients regardless of their immigration status. Does not provide medications or prescriptions.Ventanilla de SaludConsulate General of Mexico Calexico Office
Ventanilla de Salud, Consulate General of Mexico San Diego OfficeOperates a ventanilla de salud (health window) staffed by health resource specialists who provide information about preventative health care and common illnesses among the Latino community. Offers health care information in such areas as vaccinations, asthma, tuberculosis, prenatal care, diabetes, and nutrition. Provides information about how to get Medi-Cal and Healthy Families health insurance coverage for children, including information about required documentation. Instructs immigrants about their rights as patients. Provides referrals to hospitals and health clinics in the county that see patients regardless of their immigration status. Does not provide medications or prescriptions.CentralVentanilla de SaludConsulate General of Mexico San Diego Office
Women's Resource Center, San Diego LGBT Community CenterOffers a safe place for LBT women and their allies to find resources and referrals about healthcare, social services and community activities. Also sponsors a variety of social activities, including movie nights, book clubs, Women's support, cancer support, yoga, and discussion and coming-out groups.CentralWomen's Resource CenterSan Diego LGBT Community Center

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