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Programs that develop plans for the evaluation, treatment and/or care of individuals who, because of age, illness, disability or other difficulties, need assistance in planning and arranging for services; which assess the individual's needs; coordinate the delivery of needed services; ensure that services are obtained in accordance with the case plan; and follow up and monitor progress to ensure that services are having a beneficial impact on the individual. Case management is a collaborative process characterized by communication, advocacy and resource management to promote high quality, cost-effective interventions and outcomes.

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Able-Disabled Advocacy, CentralProvide employment services including occupational skills training, Entrepreneurial Training, customized computer skills training including assistive technology and work-based internships. Also provides comprehensive pre-employment preparation involving resume writing, assertiveness training and other related areas; vocational counseling, interest and aptitude testing/screening, computer literacy classes, case management, job search assistance, placement and long-term follow-up.CentralAble-Disabled AdvocacyAble-Disabled Advocacy
ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program), Encinitas Health CenterFederal/California prescription drug assistance program funded by the Ryan White CARE legislation and state funds. Provides HIV related prescription drugs and related medication to under-insured and uninsured individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Provides therapeutics (includes devices necessary to administer pharmaceuticals) to treat AIDS disease or prevent the serious deterioration of health, including treatment of opportunistic infections. Serves as a gateway to broad array of healthcare and supportive services funded through the CARE Act and to other sources of coverage in Medicaid, Medicare, and other private insurance. Program administered by the Ramsell Corporation [formerly known as Professional Management Development Corporation (PMDC)] under the contract with the California Department of Health Services.North CoastalADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program)North County Health Services (NCHS)
Adult Dual Disorders Program, Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialDesigned to meet the special needs of individuals, ages 18 and up, in Imperial County who have a dual diagnosis of severe emotional disturbance and substance abuse/dependence, as their treatment needs differ significantly from those of individuals who are diagnosed with either disorder on its own. Program provides a full range of integrated community services and supports to reduce the individual's mental illness and substance abuse/dependence symptoms.Adult Dual Disorders ProgramBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Adult Services, MHSA Recovery Center, Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialOffers daily organized and structured activities that are consumer directed and geared to assist individuals towards recovering from mental illness, and restoring a healthy and independent lifestyle. The program offers individuals medication support services, mental health services, therapy services, rehabilitation services, targeted case management services, educational support services, and vocational support services.Adult ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Adult Services, Outpatient Services, Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial, Brawley ClinicOffers a variety of services to individuals to assist them in the improvement and/or maintenance of everyday daily functioning. Depending upon the individual's specific needs to impairments, one or more of the following services may be provided. -Medication Support Services -Crisis Intervention Services -Targeted Case Management Services -Psychiatrist Services -Psychological Evaluation and Therapy Services -Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Supplemental Specialty Mental Health Services -Psychiatric Nursing Services Adult ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Adult Services, Outpatient Services, Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial, El Centro ClinicOffers a variety of services to individuals to assist them in the improvement and/or maintenance of everyday daily functioning. Depending upon the individual's specific needs to impairments, one or more of the following services may be provided. -Medication Support Services -Crisis Intervention Services -Targeted Case Management Services -Psychiatrist Services -Psychological Evaluation and Therapy Services -Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Supplemental Specialty Mental Health Services -Psychiatric Nursing Services Adult ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Alabaster Jar ProjectResource Center that provides clothing, toiletries, nonperishable food items, diapers, case management, support groups, and therapy, to victims of Human Trafficking. They can also provide housing for up to six women ages 18 plus, without children. Clients must call for details as availability is limited.Alabaster Jar ProjectThe Alabaster Jar Project
ALLY Program, Paradise Valley HospitalProvides community and school-based outpatient mental health services for youth ages 5 to 21 years. This program is designed to assist youth with getting through critical times manifested by behavioral changes at home, school, or in the community. Services include individual, group, and family counseling; comprehensive psychosocial assessment and treatment plan; medication support; crisis intervention; case management; self-esteem, feelings, anger management groups and classes; and referrals to educational classes and resources. School-based services are available through schools in the South Bay Union School District and the Sweetwater Union School District.SouthALLY ProgramParadise Valley Hospital
ALLY Program, Paradise Valley Hospital, Bayside Elementary School South BayProvides community and school-based outpatient mental health services for youth ages 5 to 21 years. This program is designed to assist youth with getting through critical times manifested by behavioral changes at home, school, or in the community. Services include individual, group, and family counseling; comprehensive psychosocial assessment and treatment plan; medication support; crisis intervention; case management; self-esteem, feelings, and anger management groups and classes; referrals to educational classes and resources. School-based services are available through schools in the South Bay Union School District and the Sweetwater Union School District.SouthALLY ProgramParadise Valley Hospital
ALLY Program, Paradise Valley Hospital, Bayview Behavioral Health Campus South BayProvides community and school-based outpatient mental health services for youth ages 5 to 21 years. This program is designed to assist youth with getting through critical times manifested by behavioral changes at home, school, or in the community. Services include individual, group, and family counseling; comprehensive psychosocial assessment and treatment plan; medication support; crisis intervention; case management; self-esteem, feelings, and groups and classes; referrals to educational classes and resources. School-based services are available through schools in the South Bay Union School District and the Sweetwater Union School District.SouthALLY ProgramParadise Valley Hospital
Alpha Square Supportive Housing Program, Alpha Project for the HomelessProvides chronically homeless men and women with permanent supportive housing and wraparound services, including rental assistance, counseling, AA/NA groups, case management transportation assistance, emergency food pantry, clothing and other support services. The program is located on 14th and Market and is for single adults. CentralAlpha Square Supportive Housing ProgramAlpha Project for the Homeless
Aspire Center, United States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare SystemA 40-bed residential treatment facility aimed at promoting recovery in Veterans, particularly those who returned from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Center will provide temporary housing for Veterans who do not need inpatient care, but would benefit from rehabilitation services for an average of 60-120 days. Although the Center will include elements of mental health and substance abuse treatment for those Veterans who need them, the facility will NOT be an inpatient psychiatric facility or mental health hospital, drug rehab program, homeless shelter, or long-term stay facility. Services: The Center will provide multiple treatment modalities, including: -Case Management/Social Work -Vocational Rehabilitation -Neuropsychological Assessment -Psychotherapy -Occupational Therapy -Educational Classes -Medication Management -Complementary/Alternative Therapies -Post traumatic Stress Disorder -Traumatic Brain Injury North CentralAspire CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
At Your Home Service, At Your Home Family CareProvides non-medical in-home support services including homemaker, personal care, meal preparation, transportation, respite care and care management.North CentralIn Home CareAt Your Home Family Care
Becky's House Emergency Shelter, YWCA of San Diego CountyA 30-day residential program for women, men, and children in need of immediate protection from domestic violence. Becky's House Emergency Shelter provides a total of 47 beds in private and individual rooms. The shelter offers a confidential, temporary home for survivors of domestic violence. Participants are provided with safe housing, individualized case management, information and referral, legal advocacy, individual and group counseling, housing and employment assistance, and children's activities.Becky's House Emergency ShelterYWCA of San Diego County
Breast Cancer Case Management, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoServes individuals who are newly diagnosed or living with breast cancer. Allows clients to take a break from the medical setting to meet with a case manager who is dedicated to offering individualized attention and care. Offers assistance with financial burdens, transportation, navigation of the medical system, and connections to resources and referrals that are most appropriate to that individual's treatment needs. Case manager can provide home visits and support to individuals who have those needs.North CentralBreast Cancer Case ManagementJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
Bridges Early Intervention Program, Vista HillOffers substance abuse treatment, alcohol and drug education, and case management. Covers experimental use, abuse and/or addiction, shoplifting prevention, graffiti education, anger management, smoking awareness classes, behavioral accountability.North CentralBridges Early Intervention ProgramVista Hill
Brother Benno's Center, Brother Benno FoundationA drop-in center that provides services to homeless AND low-income people. Offers meals, including breakfast and sack lunch, during the week, and a Saturday brunch. Distributes clothing and basic toiletries, and provides shower, laundry facilities (must do 2 hours worth of volunteer work per load of laundry), and haircuts. Also offers assistance to veterans by a representative of the Veterans Homeless Outreach. The Center can be used as a mailing address for homeless individuals. Provides bus passes for verifiable medical or court appointments only. Food packages are provided to low-income families with children younger than 18 years of age. Offers prescription medication assistance for the uninsured to families with children, seniors 60 years and older, and to disabled individuals who live in Oceanside only. Also provides case management.North CoastalBrother Benno's CenterBrother Benno Foundation
CalWORKs AOD Case Management, Mental Health Systems, IncProvide long-term support and follow-up to all CalWORKs participants who have been assessed for AOD problems, regardless of whether or not they enter a treatment program. We will work with participants to remove other barriers to their success through appropriate referrals to community programs and resources.CentralCalWORKs AOD Case ManagementMental Health Systems, Inc
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research FoundationProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support group. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.CentralCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research Foundation, EastProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support groups. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.EastCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research Foundation, North CentralProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support groups. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.North CentralCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research Foundation, North CoastalProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support groups. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.North CoastalCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research Foundation, North InlandProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support groups. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.North InlandCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
CalWORKs Step Forward Program, Community Research Foundation, SouthProvides behavioral health services to CalWORKs recipients. Addresses mental health issues that may affect an individual's ability to move from welfare to work. Provides psychiatric care, including individual therapy, case management, and medication management. Offers individual, couples, and group counseling. Offers support groups. Addresses such topics as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, anger and stress management, life skills, domestic violence, and parenting skills. Also offers services to deal with substance abuse problems that occur in combination with mental health issues. Provides prevention and mental health education and outreach to CalWORKs recipients. Works in collaboration with outside resources to provide coordinated care and employment rehabilitation.SouthCalWORKs Step Forward ProgramCommunity Research Foundation
Care Management Services, Heritage Senior Care, IncOffers case management services including complimentary in home care assessments, consultations, referrals to community resources, and long term insurance reviews.North CoastalCare Management ServicesHeritage Senior Care, Inc
Casa Raphael, Alpha Project for the HomelessCasa Raphael is a state-licensed and certified substance abuse residential treatment program for men who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, and very low income. This is a 140-bed facility that provides housing, food, recovery workshops, daily journal case management, anger management, mental health counseling, health and dental care, assistance addressing legal and financial issues, employment training, educational opportunities including earning a GED and college credits, computer workshops, resume preparation, and budgeting classes. The program lasts 9 to 12 months with the goal of residents achieving independent housing and full-time employment.North CoastalCasa RaphaelAlpha Project for the Homeless
Casas Seguras, South Bay Community ServicesProvides a short-term and transitional confidential shelter/housing to victims of homeless domestic violence (male or female) and their children. Services include case management, counseling, support groups, community advocacy, assistance obtaining temporary restraining orders, independent living skills building, emergency food and clothing, and assistance finding stable housing.SouthCasas SegurasSouth Bay Community Services
Case Management North, (AKA: Strengths-Based Case Management), Mental Health Systems, IncProvides outpatient rehabilitation services for adults with mental health disorders.North CoastalCase Management NorthMental Health Systems, Inc
Children and Adolescents Outpatient Services, Imperial County Behavioral Health ServicesProvides Mental Health services, medication services, crisis intervention, targeted Case Management, inpatient services, and therapeutic behavioral services.Children and Adolescents Outpatient ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Children and Adolescents Outpatient Services, Imperial County Behavioral Health Services, BrawleyProvides Mental Health services, medication services, crisis intervention, targeted Case Management, inpatient services, and therapeutic behavioral services.Children and Adolescents Outpatient ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Children and Adolescents Outpatient Services, Imperial County Behavioral Health Services, CalexicoProvides Mental Health services, medication services, crisis intervention, targeted Case Management, inpatient services, and therapeutic behavioral services.Children and Adolescents Outpatient ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Children and Adolescents Outpatient Services, Imperial County Behavioral Health Services, FACT Center El CentroProvides Mental Health services, medication services, crisis intervention, targeted Case Management, inpatient services, and therapeutic behavioral services.Children and Adolescents Outpatient ServicesBehavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Children of the Night With Out Walls (WOW)Offers a continuum of care to youth (young people including children) who are in shelters, drop in centers and outreach programs to help them escape life on the streets. Services include and online GED program and mental health program. The on-line GED services provides free, comprehensive online GED services including GED test registration, payment of test fees, support documents required to test and transportation to GED test sites throughout America. Once the student is ready to test for the GED, we make it as easy as possible for students to walk in and take the test. The mental health program provides assistance to clients who are in need of help when suffering from psychotic episodes and traditional shelters are unable to address their psychiatric needs. These issues may consist of hallucinations/delusions (hearing voices in their heads), mood swings (triggered by depression), or suicidal ideation. They may not be able to control their rage/anger and may have outbursts which may result in their arrest. These services start at the beginning with application for government identification, continue through psychiatric assessments, educational testing, application for supplemental income and medical insurance from the Social Security Administration, and culminate in placement in a residential program with a mental health component. Transportation is provided to hospitals and government offices throughout the entire process. Other services are available via their 24/7 national hotline that provided case management for survival needs including food, shelter, and crisis intervention. Children of the Night With Out Walls (WOW)Children of the Night
Children's Mental Health Services, North County Lifeline, VistaOffers mental health services and prevention programs to children. Provides clinic and school based mental health counseling to students receiving Medi-Cal and to uninsured children and adolescents. Services include assessment medication support; individual, family, and group counseling; case management and rehabilitation.North CoastalChildren's Mental Health ServicesNorth County Lifeline
Chronic Disease Prevention, Management & Treatment, La Maestra Community Health CentersOffers chronic disease prevention, case management, and treatment.CentralChronic Disease Prevention, Management & TreatmentLa Maestra Community Health Centers
Community Assessment Team (CAT) - WINGS, Mental Health Systems, IncThis is an early intervention and prevention program for at risk youth and their families in the North County Inland area. All staff provide strength based, family-centered services in-home, on site. Utilizing a wraparound philosophy of service provision, clients and their families are offered case management, group counseling, individual and/or family counseling, in this voluntary program. Additionally, clients may be linked to numerous community resources and provided funding opportunities to participate in recreational activities or purchase basic needs that enhance attainment of their service plan. A variety of psycho-educational and pro-social groups are offered, tutoring services, juvenile law classes, intensive gang prevention program and Donovan Prison Tours. Clients may also be linked to local resource providers in order to complete assigned community service hours, obtain outpatient drug or alcohol treatment, and access other required stipulations by their referral sources or services that may enhance family functioning.North InlandCommunity Assessment Team (CAT) - WINGSMental Health Systems, Inc
Community Healthcare, Family Health Center of San Diego, Chula Vista Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services; Audiology. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers). SouthCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Chase Avenue Family Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including counseling and psychiatry; walk-in clinic. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, City Heights, Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; dental clinic; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing, prenatal care, and pediatric development services, screenings and intervention; all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services for children, youth, and adults; health education. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Commercial StreetOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including counseling and psychiatry; walk-in clinic. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Downtown at Connections Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing, prenatal care, and pediatric development services, screenings and intervention; all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services; health education. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, El Cajon Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services. This clinic accepts patients in the Low Income Health Program (LIHP). Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Grossmont/Spring Valley, Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; dental clinic; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing, prenatal care, and pediatric development services, screenings and intervention; all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services for children, youth, and adults; health education. Call for Hepatitis A vaccine or for information.EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Ibarra Family Health CenterOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; women’s wellness exam; lab work; HIV testing; mental health services including counseling; walk-in clinic. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers). EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Lemon Grove Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services. This clinic accepts patients in the Low Income Health Program (LIHP). Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).EastCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Logan Heights Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; dental clinic; pediatrics, pediatric development services, and CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization, prenatal care; Male reproductive services; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing, counseling, and case management; Mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services; pharmacy; ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) and hearing services; podiatry; endocrinology, rheumatology, LEEP procedures; Audiology; Vision Care including optometry and ophthalmology; Speech Therapy. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Mission Beach Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; male reproductive services; mental health services. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).North CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, New Diamond Neighborhoods Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing, counseling and case management; mental health services. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, North Park Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; dental clinic; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; Mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services; dental; HIV treatment and HIV dental care; Speech Therapy. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers). CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Oak Park Family Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Rice Family Health CenterOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals, pediatrics, lead and TB screenings, women's health including pregnancy testing, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment, HIV testing. Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).SouthCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Sherman Heights Community ClinicOffers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing and prenatal care, all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; lab work; HIV testing; mental health services.***This location offers Every Woman Counts Breast Cancer Screening *** Call for Hepatitis A vaccine or for information.Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).CentralCommunity HealthcareFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Community Services for Families, Home Start, EastProvides in-home case management and parenting education to families referred from Child Welfare Services (CPS), community referrals, and kinship families needing extra assistance. Services include parenting education, linkage to community resources, supporting families in understanding and working with Child Welfare Services.EastCommunity Services for FamiliesHome Start Incorporated
Community Services for Families, North County Lifeline (North Inland and North Coastal)Provides free and sliding scale mental health services to help families manage stress and improve their quality of life. Ensures that children remain safely in the homes by educating parents and connecting families to community resources. Case managers provide individual attention, including home visits, to help the family identify and achieve their goals, and strengthen their families. Also offers other services including: information and referral, parent education, and support groups.North CoastalCommunity Services for FamiliesNorth County Lifeline
Community Services for Families, SAY San Diego (Aero Drive Location)Provides case management, counseling, in-home parenting, parenting classes and support groups to adults/families where there is risk of child abuse. Services can be provided on-site or in the home. All services are free of charge and the parenting classes/support groups provide on-site childcare. Service priority is given to individuals with active CWS cases that are referred to the program by the County.North CentralCommunity Services for FamiliesSAY San Diego
Concierge Club, ElderHelpElderHelp's Member Care Coordinators offer support and help with: coordinating care including discharge from hospital, family support, volunteer services, advocacy, access to care, completing enrollment applications for medi-cal, CalFresh and more. This service is offered on a donation basis. Available to all levels of income. Transportation is also provided.North CentralConcierge ClubElderHelp
Cornerstone, Providence Community ServicesProvides community-based and school based mental health services to children and their families. Clients are either receiving Medi-Cal or are unfunded. Services include medication support, case management, and individual, family, and group counseling.CentralCornerstoneProvidence Community Services
Cortez Hill Family Center, YWCA of San Diego CountyCortez Hill Family Center is a 90-day program with 150 beds of transitional housing, case management, counseling, and employment assistance, for homeless families to overcome trauma and transition into independent living. The program focuses on stabilizing the family unit and developing individual plans to secure employment and permanent housing.CentralCortez Hill Family CenterYWCA of San Diego County
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, City HeightsOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Community Circle EastOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. EastCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, DowntownOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Grossmont/Spring ValleyOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. EastCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, HillcrestOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Logan HeightsOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, New Diamond ClinicOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bi-cultural services.CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Counseling - Mental Health Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, North ParkOffers mental health doctor appointments, counseling and support services to children, adolescents and adults. This includes individual and group therapy, psychiatric intervention, medication management, and case management services. Features bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural services. CentralCounseling - Mental Health ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
County Case Management - East, Adult Case Management Services, Behavioral Health Services, HHSA, County of San DiegoCase management offers field-based services that provide strengths-based, psychosocial rehabilitation, intervention, and resource management to assist individuals in obtaining optimum independence. Services are provided, on both a voluntary and involuntary basis, ensuring that psychiatric treatment needs, as well as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care needs, are met. Involuntary clients are referred from the Public Conservator, and the case manager works closely with the Public Conservator's office. **NOTE** Wednesday, July 12, 2017 location will be closed from 10 am-12 pm, no services will be provided.EastAdult Mental Health Case Management ServicesBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
County Case Management - North Central, Adult Case Management Services, Behavioral Health Services, HHSA, County of San DiegoCase management offers field-based services that provide strengths-based, psychosocial rehabilitation, intervention, and resource management to assist individuals in obtaining optimum independence. Services are provided, on both a voluntary and involuntary basis, ensuring that psychiatric treatment needs, as well as food, clothing, shelter, and medical care needs, are met. Involuntary clients are referred from the Public Conservator, and the case manager works closely with the Public Conservator's office. Additionally, Institutional Case Management (ICM) provides case management for adults who are on Public Conservatorship and reside in a skilled nursing facility or other County-identified long-term care institution. **NOTE** Wednesday, July 12, 2017 location will be closed from 10 am-12 pm, no services will be provided.North CentralAdult Mental Health Case Management ServicesBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
Diabetes Prevention, Management, and Treatment, La Maestra Community Health CentersOffers diabetes screening, case management, and treatment.CentralDiabetes Prevention, Management, and TreatmentLa Maestra Community Health Centers
East County Mental Health Clinic, Adult Urgent Walk-In Services, Behavioral Health Services, HHSA, County of San DiegoProvides recovery and rehabilitation services for severely and persistently mentally ill adults and older adults. Provides walk-in non-emergency outpatient psychiatric services for medication and other urgent mental health needs. Culturally competent services include crisis intervention, mental health assessment, group therapy, medication management, short-term individual counseling, and case management. Vocational and educational services are also available. Outreach and shelter services are provided to homeless mentally ill individuals in the North Central and East County sites only. Special services are also available for transitional age youth age 18-25. EastAdult Mental Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
Employment and Training Services, San Diego Workforce PartnershipProvides targeted employment services designed to help eligible adult job seekers identify, or regain, a career that will promote their success. Additionally, SDWP’s network of America’s Job Center of California sites provide employment services, including career assessment, job training and job search assistance for San Diego residents whether unemployed or employed.CentralEmployment and Training ServicesSan Diego Workforce Partnership
Families Forward, Mental Health Systems, IncThis program model is based on the Wraparound principles used to create family teams that utilize community-based resources to keep the client in the least restrictive environment. The goal is to increase social supports to create/maintain stability and self sufficiency in the home. Flexible funding and Wrap Team Plans are used to assist the family with achieving autonomy and stability.The services are regionalized, home-based, intensive Wraparound services, case management, mental health services (individual, family, and group therapy), crisis intervention and medication management.North CentralFamilies ForwardMental Health Systems, Inc
Family Consultation / Case Management, Southern Caregiver Resource CenterThe Family Consultants work with families and caregivers to provide support, alleviate stress, examine options and enable them to make decisions related to the care of adults. These free professional services include an assessment of caregiver needs (in home or office), short and long-term care planning, and ongoing consultation. Provides specialized information and referrals for: • Legal/ financial services • In-home help options • Respite care • Placement assistance • Residential care options • Counseling • Geriatric care management • Adult day care • Caregiver support groups • Military caregiversNorth CentralFamily Consulatation / Case ManagementSouthern Caregiver Resource Center (SCRC)
Family Medicine, North County Health Services, Grand Avenue (San Marcos)Offers Adult medicine, Pediatrics, Family Planning, Prenatal Services, Gestational Diabetic Care for Prenatal, Immunizations, Physical Exams. ***This location offers Every Woman Counts free breast and cervical cancer screening *** Call for Hepatitis A vaccine or for information.North InlandFamily Practice / Internal MedicineNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Family Medicine, North County Health Services, La Mision Family Health CenterOffers Acute/Episodic Care, Cancer screening and diagnosis, Cardiovascular & Hypertension treatment and education, Chronic disease management, diabetes screening and management, DMV and Immigration physical exams Family planning (reproductive health services) for males and females HIV disease screening, counseling and management, Immunizations (Flu, PPD and Tetanus), Behavioral health, clinical social work, crisis intervention, case management, B testing, treatment and counseling. Needing screening and referrals first*, Minor in-house surgeries*, Osteoporosis screening* Call for Hepatitis A vaccine or for information.North CoastalFamily Practice / Internal MedicineNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Family Practice, North County Health Services, Encinitas Health CenterOffers Acute/Episodic Care, Cancer screening and diagnosis, Cardiovascular & Hypertension treatment and education, Chronic disease management, diabetes screening and management, DMV and Immigration physical exams Family planning (reproductive health services) for males and females HIV disease screening, counseling and management, Immunizations (Flu, PPD and Tetanus), Behavioral health, clinical social work, crisis intervention, case management, B testing, treatment and counseling. Needing screening and referrals first*, Minor in-house surgeries*, Osteoporosis screening*North CoastalFamily Practice / Internal MedicineNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Family Practice, North County Health Services, Ramona Health CenterOffers Acute/Episodic Care, Cancer screening and diagnosis, Cardiovascular & Hypertension treatment and education, Chronic disease management, diabetes screening and management, DMV and Immigration physical exams Family planning (reproductive health services) for males and females HIV disease screening, counseling and management, Immunizations (Flu, PPD and Tetanus), Behavioral health, clinical social work, crisis intervention, case management, B testing, treatment and counseling. Needing screening and referrals first*, Minor in-house surgeries*, Osteoporosis screening*North InlandFamily Practice / Internal MedicineNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Family Program, Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home for ChildrenFamilies who need a fresh start can live in the safe and peaceful environment of the VFW National Home for Children campus community for 1-4 years and benefit from numerous community supports, including professional case management services, on-site licensed child care, life skills training, tutoring and other educational services, as well as recreational and community service opportunities.Family ProgramVFW Home for Children
Family Recovery Residential Drug Treatment Program, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides residential treatment for chemically dependent single women, pregnant or postpartum women, and women with children. Residential services include drug and alcohol treatment; child development services; child care; family-focused case management; individual, family, and group therapy; transportation to appointments; and vocational and education support.North CoastalFamily Recovery Residential Drug Treatment ProgramMental Health Systems, Inc
Family Self-Sufficiency Program, South Bay Community ServicesProvides case management services to assist CSBG eligible individuals and families, including youth, become gainfully employed and/or achieve self sufficiency. Provides the following; Assessment; Case Management; Job Preparation/Job Search/Job Placement; Referrals for Vocational Training, Adult Basic, Education, GED or H.S. Diploma; Emergency Assistance for Food and Shelter; Referrals for financial, medical, mental health and food assistance, (ie. CalWORKs, Food Stamps, Medi-Cal, SSI/SSP, etc.) Self-Sufficiency; EITC Tax Assistance; Financial Education.SouthFamily Self Sufficiency ProgramSouth Bay Community Services
Foster Care Program & Operating Foundation, Casey Family ProgramsProvides foster home placements with the goal of securing permanent family connections for foster youth. Services for youth and families in the program include mental health, employment preparation, educational supports and transition readiness; medical and dental services; the opportunity to apply for an agency sponsored college scholarship; and ongoing case management support for youth and families. The Foundation is also involved in community collaborative efforts with the goal of improving service delivery and supporting systemic change on behalf larger numbers of foster youth and families in San Diego County. Collaborative programming includes the Youth and family Transition center located in the 2nd floor of the Casey building.North CentralFoster Care Program & Operating FoundationCasey Family Programs
Foster Care, San Diego Youth ServicesOffers foster family recruitment and training, foster youth placement and case management, natural family counseling, and reunification services.North CentralFoster CareSan Diego Youth Services
Free Medical Clinic, Student Healthcare Project - CMC ClinicThe CMC Clinic free medical clinic is staffed by California State University San Marcos School of Nursing Graduate and Undergraduate Students and offer services such as:urgent care, nursing care, case management and social services to uninsured and under-insured people in San Diego County under the direction of medical professionals and faculty. CentralStudent Healthcare Project, CSUSM School of NursingCalifornia State University San Marcos
Free Medical Clinic, Student Healthcare Project-ECC ClinicThe ECC free medical clinic is staffed by California State University San Marcos School of Nursing Graduate and Undergraduate Students and offer services such as:urgent care, nursing care, case management and social services to uninsured and under-insured people in San Diego County under the direction of medical professionals and faculty. CentralStudent Healthcare Project, CSUSM School of NursingCalifornia State University San Marcos
Free Medical Clinic, Student Healthcare Project - Foundry ClinicThe Foundry Clinic free medical clinic is staffed by California State University San Marcos School of Nursing Graduate and Undergraduate Students and offer services such as: primary care, nursing care, case management and social services to uninsured and under-insured people in San Diego County under the direction of medical professionals and faculty. North CentralStudent Healthcare Project, CSUSM School of NursingCalifornia State University San Marcos
Free Medical Clinic, Student Healthcare Project - OB1 ClinicThe OB1 free medical clinic is staffed by California State University San Marcos School of Nursing Graduate and Undergraduate Students and offer services such as: primary care, nursing care, mental health services, case management and social services to uninsured and under-insured people in San Diego County under the direction of medical professionals and faculty. CentralStudent Healthcare Project, CSUSM School of NursingCalifornia State University San Marcos
Harmony Place Shelter Plus CareProvides permanent housing for low-income mentally ill individuals and married couples. Client services include counseling and case management. Treatment services are mandatory.North InlandHarmony Place Shelter Plus CareInterfaith Community Services
Health and Social Services (HSS), Swords to PlowsharesOffers a drop-in center providing outreach and critical care to help homeless, low-income and at-risk veterans. Services include: Case management In-house referrals, and referrals to community partners emergency housing Eviction prevention and assistance securing permanent housing Mental health assessments Substance abuse counseling and treatment referrals Financial counseling and representative payee services Income stability assistance, including help securing Social Security, SSI and SSDI Assistance with Medi-Cal health plan services Meal and transportation vouchers for eligible veterans Mail, telephone and internet/computer servicesHealth and Social Services (HSS)Swords to Plowshares
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Beach ClinicProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care and mental health services, including dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. North CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Chula VistaProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including: primary care and mental health services, including: dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. SouthHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, City HeightsProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care, emergency dental care (extractions and temporary fillings), and mental health services including dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Downtown at ConnectionsProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care, and mental health services including dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including: assistance in completing forms, referrals for emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, East County Family Counseling CenterProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including mental health services, including: dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. EastHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Logan HeightsProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care, emergency dental care (extractions and temporary fillings), vision care services, and mental health services including dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, referrals for emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, North ParkProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care, emergency dental care (extractions and temporary fillings), and mental health services including: dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Sherman HeightsProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Spring Valley/GrossmontProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care, emergency dental care (extractions and temporary fillings), and mental health services including dual diagnosis assessment and counseling. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. EastHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Teen Health CenterProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including primary care. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Care for the Homeless, Logan Heights Family Counseling CenterProvides healthcare services to the homeless, including mental health services, including: dual diagnosis assessment and counseling at multiple sites. Provides referrals for short-term case management services to homeless patients of the clinic including referrals for: bus tokens for medical appointments, assistance in completing forms, emergency food, clothing, social services, and obtaining an ID. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
Health Clinic, North County Health Services, Carlsbad Family MedicineNCHS Offers a complete medical, dental, women's health care, and behavioral health service program through out the North County.North CoastalHealth ClinicsNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Health Clinics, North County Health Services, OceansideNCHS Offers a Complete medical, dental, women's health care, and behavioral health services throughout the North County.North CoastalHealth ClinicsNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Health Clinics, North County Health Services, OceansideNCHS Offers a Complete medical, dental, women's health care, and behavioral health services throughout the North County.North CoastalHealth ClinicsNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Health Clinics, North County Health Services, San MarcosNCHS Offers a complete medical, dental, women's health care, and behavioral health services throughout North County.North InlandHealth ClinicsNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Healthy Start, PCI (Project Concern International)Is a parenting education and family service program that is FREE and confidential. Services are available in English or Spanish. HEALTHY START families: • Get parenting support in their home or in groups with other parents from certified parent educators • Try fun activities to reinforce babies’ intellectual, physical, and language development • Receive screenings to make sure the family is healthy • Learn ways to build a strong relationship with their children • Are connected to health, education, financial, and legal services when needed • Get access to special events and groups for fathers GIVE YOUR BABY A HEALTHY START Secondary Services (for enrolled participants only): - Doula services for CBHS's pregnant women - Transportation assistance for medical appointments - Baby shower for CBHS clients CentralHealthy StartPCI (Project Concern International)
Homeless Outreach Program, United States Department of Veterans Affairs, San Diego Regional OfficeProvides mental, emotional, and physical health assessment and treatment for emotionally disabled veterans. Also provides case management, placement in mental health facilities with follow-up, assistance in applying for public benefits and housing, and information and referral for substance abuse rehabilitation, employment assistance, and vocational rehabilitation. Provides information about subsidized transitional housing. Outreach representatives are available at agencies throughout the county.North CentralHomeless Outreach ProgramUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
Homeless Services, Spread the Love CharityProvides case management, State ID's, meal program, clothing closet, food pantry, Wellness Zone, assistance filling out applications for services and jobs and giving out referrals.Homeless ServicesSpread the Love Charity
Hospital Infantil De Las Californias, Foundation for the Children of the CaliforniasA non-profit pediatric health care complex located half a mile from the Otay border in Tijuana, Mexico. It has 25 pediatric specialties and health services that are provided to children from birth to age 18, regardless of their socioeconomic status. Rates are affordable and if additional support is needed, clients can request an appointment with the social worker. Pediatric specialties include: Cardiology, Pediatric Services, Pediatric Surgery, Dermatology, Dysmorfology, Endocrinology, Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Neurology, Nutrition, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Psychology, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy.North CentralHospital Infantil De Las CaliforniasFoundation for the Children of the Californias
Latino/a Services, San Diego LGBT Community CenterProvides culturally and linguistically appropriate services and resources to the Latino/a community. Services include: referrals, advocacy, support and discussion groups, outreach, training on Latino/a issues, HIV/AIDS prevention, case management, social activities, court accompaniments, family and individual crisis intervention, translation services, immigration and domestic violence referrals, and emergency shelter vouchers.CentralLatino/a ServicesSan Diego LGBT Community Center
Learning Assistance Center, Vista Hill, Escondido Union District, Lincoln AnnexProvides school-based mental health services to children ages 3 - 21. Services include individual, group and family therapy, case management, behavioral rehabilitative services, medication evaluations and medication management. Services provided for Medi-Cal eligible children/teens, children with AB2726, and children who are uninsured and under insured.North InlandLearning Assistance CenterVista Hill
Learning Assistance Center, Vista Hill, RamonaProvides school-based mental health services to children ages 3 - 21. Services include individual, group and family therapy, case management, behavioral rehabilitative services, medication evaluations and medication management. Services provided for MediCal eligible children/teens, children with ERMHS, and children who are uninsured and underinsured.North InlandLearning Assistance CenterVista Hill
Linda Vista Healthy Start Program, Bayside Community CenterProvides services in collaboration and partnership with specifically Linda Vista Elementary and Carson Elementary. Works to improve the health, academic achievement, and social development of children in the two Linda Vista elementary schools by providing parent workshops; linkages to counseling, academic tutoring, homework assistance. Children must attend either of the elementary schools mentioned for eligibility.North CentralLinda Vista Community Healthy Start ProgramBayside Community Center
Long Term Transitional Housing, Solutions for ChangeProvides long-term (2 years) enhanced transitional housing for homeless families with children, homeless pregnant women and single fathers.North CoastalLong Term Transitional HousingSolutions for Change Inc
Medical Clinic, San Diego American Indian Health CenterProvides medical, social, and outreach services to American Indians and non-Indian populations in the metropolitan San Diego area. Offers health screening and diagnostic services, including blood pressure checks, AIDS screening, some clients may qualify for free breast cancer screening for women with low income and over 40 years old, diabetes screening and tuberculosis testing; pediatric services include child Health and Disability Prevention (CHDP), developmental assessment, well baby care, and immunizations; family planning services such as birth control, pregnancy counseling, and testing; gynecological services; nutrition services; and health education and prevention. HIV/AIDS services include testing, case management, and services to family members. Also offers Project Access and Surgery Day events. Transportation is provided to/from the clinic and/or to referred agencies for eligible San Diego American Indian patients ONLY who do not have any other means of transportation.CentralMedical ClinicSan Diego American Indian Health Center
Men's Shelter. Interfaith Community ServicesProvides temporary emergency shelter for homeless mentally or emotionally disturbed men. All meals are provided in a home-like setting. Case planning, counseling, and advocacy are offered.North InlandMen's ShelterInterfaith Community Services
MHS School-Based Programs, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides school-based outpatient mental health services for children in 1st through 12th grade. Services include including assessment, rehabilitation services, case management, crisis intervention, medication evaluation and monitoring and individual, family and group therapy for students in the San Diego Unified School District. Services may be provided at the child's school, in the family's home, and/or in the program's office.North CentralMHS School-Based ProgramsMental Health Systems, Inc
Mobile Adolescent Services Team (MAST), Community Research FoundationA school-based EPSDT and MHSA funded program that serves adolescents enrolled in Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS). These schools offer alternative school services through the San Diego County Office of Education. MAST services include counseling (individual, family, and group psychotherapy), crisis intervention, case management, and psychiatric evaluation/ medication management (by a child and adolescent psychiatrist). Also treats a myriad of mental health issues including co-occurring disorders (alcohol and other drug problems in addition to mental health). MAST works closely with teachers, parent advocates, and school counselors at each school site to create the best array of services possible for youth and families.North CentralMobile Adolescent Services TeamCommunity Research Foundation
Moving Home a Rapid Re-Housing Program, San Diego Housing CommissionProgram is intended to minimize the length of homelessness on individuals and families and helps these households return to permanent housing as quickly as possible. Provides housing location support, stabilization services such as case management and tenant coaching, short or medium term rental assistance, security deposit, application fee, and utility arrears and deposit assistance, and referrals to resources.CentralMoving Home a Rapid Re-Housing ProgramSan Diego Housing Commission
North Central Behavioral Health Center (Morena), Adult Urgent Walk-In Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San DiegoProvides recovery and rehabilitation services for severely and persistently mentally ill adults and older adults. Provides walk-in non-emergency outpatient psychiatric services for medication and other urgent mental health needs. Culturally competent services include crisis intervention, mental health assessment, group therapy, medication management, short-term individual counseling, and case management. Vocational and educational services are also available. Outreach and shelter services are provided to homeless mentally ill individuals in the North Central region. Special services are also available for transitional age youth age 18-25.North CentralAdult Mental Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
North Coastal Jewish Connections, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoOffers events and services to serve the Jewish Community of North Coastal San Diego. North Coastal Jewish Connections (NCJC) serves all ages and covers a full spectrum of needs ranging from mental health, single parenting, domestic violence, aging and wellness, and more. NCJC provides counseling, support groups, case management, referrals, monthly e-newsletters to connect to Jewish community resources, and holiday celebrations and workshops.North CoastalNorth Coastal Jewish ConnectionsJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
Path to Self-Sufficiency, Trinity HouseProvides case management services to residents to help them set and achieve goals. The Path to Self-Sufficiency program is a client-driven process whereby residents, with the help of a Case Manager, determine benchmarks and milestones of progress they work toward during their time.SouthPath to Self-SufficiencyTrinity House
Pediatric Health Clinic, North County Health Services, Oceanside Mission MesaProvides pediatric medicine, including immunizations, well baby care, and developmental assessment; ADD and ADHD assessments for children; physical, eye, and hearing exams.North CoastalPediatric MedicineNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
Peer Advocacy, Being AliveEncourages people to deal positively and effectively with the challenges of living with HIV/AIDS. Volunteer peer advocates (who have been affected by HIV/AIDS for 3 or more years) share experiences, provide emotional support, make home/hospital visits, and provide information and referrals to HIV resources. Provides transitional case management services and support groups. Offers library services, educational presentation, and training sessions to HIV/AIDS-affected community.CentralPeer AdvocacyBeing Alive
Project Aim, North County LifelineA case management program to assist families in the Vista Unified School District who are homeless (as defined by McKinney Vento) or at risk of homelessness. The program provides intensive case management to increase family stability and minimize school transfers. North CoastalProject AimNorth County Lifeline
Project SARAH, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoProvides counseling, Support Groups, and case management services for victims of domestic violence. Services include psychotherapy, crisis intervention, support groups and referrals to community assistance, including temporary shelter, spiritual counseling, and legal assistance. Assists those in shelter or those away from their homes in meeting their dietary and observance needs. Provides outreach and education to Jewish community and training for Jewish communal leaders.North CentralProject SARAHJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
Public Assistance Enrollment, Chaldean & Middle Eastern Social ServicesServices include, but are not limited to: eligibility screening and application assistance for CalFresh, Covered California, Medi-Cal, cash aid, CalWorks, Section-8 housing assistance; quarterly benefits reporting assistance; and annual re-certification assistance for beneficiaries of public assistance. EastPublic Assistance EnrollmentChaldean & Middle Eastern Social Services
Raymond's Refuge, Interfaith Community ServicesProvides permanent supportive housing for older homeless mentally or emotionally disturbed men and women. Case Management is provided to participating clients, along with supportive services such as benefit application assistance, food assistance, and life skills opportunities.North InlandRaymond's RefugeInterfaith Community Services
Receiving Home, Public Health Department, County of ImperialProvides medical care and contribute to the physical and emotional well being of children and youth residing in the Betty Jo McNeece Receiving Home. Program activities - A health department nurse is based at Betty Jo McNeece Receiving Home to work with child welfare workers and probation officers to gather health information, and to advocate for the health care needs of each child. A health department medical provider assesses all children and youth in these facilities. Those children and youth with complicated medical problems are referred to specialists. The nurse provides medical case management. This includes coordinating referrals for medical, dental, and mental health services. The nurse interprets medical reports for case workers and probation officers.Receiving HomePublic Health Department, County of Imperial
Recuperative Care Unit, San Diego Rescue MissionProvides housing, meals, case management, and supportive services to homeless persons who are recovering from an acute illness or injury. Offers short term care to patients with conditions that would be exacerbated by living on the streets, in shelters, or unsuitable places. Facilitates connection to medical services and follow-up care to assist patient recovery and decreased reliance on emergency services and hospitals, however it is not a medical or skilled nursing facility.CentralRecuperative Care UnitSan Diego Rescue Mission
Refugee Resettlement and Refugee Health Services, Catholic CharitiesProvides assistance to refugees and asylees. Services include pre-arrival processing, reception, case management, financial assistance, cultural orientation, and employment services. Also offers health education and screening services including assessment, physical exam, lab work, and follow-up. And, a tobacco prevention and awareness project utilizing education community involvement and policy advocacy for low-income families and immigrants. Interpretation and translation services for many languages are available through the resettlement program for agency clients.North CentralRefugee Resettlement and Refugee Health ServicesCatholic Charities
Refugee Resettlement, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoResettles refugees in San Diego. Offers case management, financial support, job development, community orientation, acculturation, and refugee application services. Provides information and referral and health education to elderly refugees. Also provides monthly Russian language magazine.North CentralRefugee ResettlementJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
RESPECT Parenting Class, Institute for CounselingProvides a parenting program for parents whose children have been exposed to traumas including family violence, child abuse, divorce and trauma occurring from outside the family. Parents are given information and skills on how to alleviate their children's experiences, age-specific behaviors, and interventions for these behaviors. Topics include forms of abuse, anger and stress management, developmental issues of childhood, defining good parenting, family behavior, substance abuse prevention with children, and personal growth. Instructors hold MA degrees or higher. "Provider certifies the class is suitable for Juvenile Court cases by meeting Welfare and Institutions Code requirements."North CentralRESPECT Parenting ClassInstitute for Counseling
Returning Service Members (OEF/OIF/OND), United States Department of Veterans AffairsOperation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation New Dawn (OEF/OIF/OND) Care Management Team helps to ensure a smooth transition of health care services is provided for all returning service members and Veterans. Also provides case management and care coordination for all severely ill, injured and impaired combat Veterans, including those suffering from Mental illness, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Spinal Cord Injury, Blindness, Burns, Amputation, Terminal Illness/Injury, Polytrauma, and other conditions not mentioned above that cause significant impairment to daily living. North CentralReturning Service Members (OEF/OIF/OND)United States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
Safe Point San Diego-Syringe Exchange Program, Family Health Centers of San DiegoOffers comprehensive services to help injection drug users reduce the risk of HIV and Hepatitis transmission. Services include individual education, case management, referrals to drug treatment and detoxification, and one-for-one syringe exchange. Services are provided from a mobile unit. The mobile unit is in Downtown on Thursday evening from 6-9 pm at 720 15th St, San Diego, CA 92101 and in North Park on Friday mornings from 10-1 pm at 3795 31st St, San Diego, CA 92104. *New client are encouraged to attend one hour early for intake.Safe Point San Diego-Syringe Exchange ProgramFamily Health Centers of San Diego
San Diego Center For Re-Entry Management, United African American Ministerial Action CouncilProvides an employment resource center focusing on employment development and supportive services for adults on probation or who have been recently released from San Diego County jail facilities or from California state prisons. Provide personal, academic, and vocational counseling and assessment; ex-offenders may receive assistance with resume's, GED preparation, and case management. Information and referral to other supportive services including medical, transportation, and childcare is also provided.CentralSan Diego Center for Re-Entry ManagementUnited African American Ministerial Action Council
San Diego Health Care for the Homeless Project, Vista Community Clinic, GrapevineProvides primary medical care, health education, and short-term case management to the homeless population. The case manager/health educator provides health education and van transportation in the encampment areas of Carlsbad and Oceanside. On Monday and Wednesday mornings the case manager/health educator works with Brother Benno's Homeless Center of Oceanside providing case management and transportation to medical clinic sites.North CoastalSan Diego Health Care for the Homeless ProjectVista Community Clinic
San Diego Health Care for the Homeless Project, Vista Community Clinic, Vale TerraceProvides primary medical care, health education, and short-term case management to the homeless population. The case manager/health educator provides health education and van transportation in the encampment areas of Carlsbad and Oceanside. On Monday and Wednesday mornings the case manager/health educator works with Brother Benno's Homeless Center of Oceanside providing case management and transportation to medical clinic sites.North CoastalSan Diego Health Care for the Homeless ProjectVista Community Clinic
San Diego Health Care for the Homeless, Vista Community Clinic, Pier View WayProvides primary medical care, health education, and short-term case management to the homeless population. The case manager/health educator provides health education and van transportation in the encampment areas of Carlsbad and Oceanside. On Monday and Wednesday mornings the case manager/health educator works with Brother Benno's Homeless Center of Oceanside providing case management and transportation to medical clinic sites. North CoastalSan Diego Health Care for the Homeless ProjectVista Community Clinic
San Diego Urban Teacher Fellows, YMCA of San Diego CountyOffers case management assistance for low income youth who wish to attend San Diego City College in the Liberal Arts department. CentralUrban Teacher FellowsYMCA of San Diego County
SASCA Region IV, Mental Health Systems, IncProvides screening assessment treatment program placement, case management, referral and follow-up to California parolees who have a history of drug and/or alcohol abuse.CentralSASCA Region IVMental Health Systems, Inc
School Outreach Services (SOS), Youth and Family Services, YMCA of San Diego County,Provides elementary and middle school students with a safe place to participate in academic support and enrichment activities during the hours when many parents are at work. Provides a safe place where children can have fun and learn new skills in a supervised setting. Offers academic support, including 60-90 minutes of academic instruction, homework assistance and/or tutoring; enrichment activities such as crafts, music, theater, cooking and sports; and activities to develop leadership and social skills.CentralSchool Outreach Services (SOS)Youth and Family Services, YMCA of San Diego County
Senior Access to Supports and Services Program (SASS), Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialOffers to older adults diagnosed with a severe mental illness (SMI). Depending on the individual's specific needs and impairments, one or more of the following may be provided: Medication Support Services Crisis Intervention Targeted Case Management Mental Health Services Case Management Psychiatrist Services Psychological Evaluation and Therapy Psychiatric Nursing Services Alcohol and Drug TreatmentSenior Access to Supports and Services Program (SASS)Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Serial Inebriate Program, Mental Health Systems, IncSIP is an outpatient program coupled with transitional living for chronic, often homeless, alcoholics. The program includes case management and an onsite mental health clinician.North CentralSerial Inebriate ProgramMental Health Systems, Inc
Southeast Behavioral Health Center, Adult Urgent Walk-In Services, Behavioral Health Services, HHSA, County of San DiegoProvides recovery and rehabilitation services for severely and persistently mentally ill adults, teens, and children. This is a walk-in, non-emergency, outpatient psychiatric center for medication and other urgent mental health needs. Culturally competent services include crisis intervention, mental health assessment, outpatient services, group therapy, medication management, short-term individual counseling, and case management. Vocational and educational services are also available. CentralAdult Mental Health ServicesBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
STEPS Program, Salvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division, San Diego Centre City CorpsProvides a comprehensive employment/transitional living program for homeless men. Clients must be alcohol and drug free and be willing to work full-time. Services include one-on-one case management; job-related preparation with accompanying workshops; employment counseling involving interest and aptitude testing, screening, case planning, budgeting, career development, and weekly follow-up for 9 weeks regarding employment retention; and active job development and job search assistance. The transitional housing supportive services include food and clothing, grooming facilities and supplies, and transportation in the form of bus tokens/passes. Referrals for other support services are provided if necessary.CentralSTEPS ProgramSalvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division (Headquarters)
Storefront, Overnight Shelter and Day Center, San Diego Youth ServicesProvides overnight shelter and day center for homeless youth (including pregnant teens on a case-by-case basis) and runaways. Services include family reunification, information and referral, counseling, case management, independent living and social skills development, job development, transportation assistance, food, and clothing. **IMPORTANT NOTE** Clients Must be single minors 12-17 years of age ONLY.CentralOvernight Shelter and Day CenterSan Diego Youth Services
Sunburst Youth Housing Project, San Diego LGBT Community CenterProvides safe and supportive housing units for homeless youth including LGBT youth. 3 units are for HIV positive youth. Offers case management, mental health services, employment and mentoring, independent living skills, and recreational services.CentralSunburst Youth Housing ProjectSan Diego LGBT Community Center
Supporting Jewish Single Parents, Jewish Family Service of San DiegoProvides emotional and educational supportive services to Jewish single parents in the San Diego community. Services include referrals, advocacy, networking, case management, and support groups.North CentralSupporting Jewish Single ParentsJewish Family Service (JFS) of San Diego
Take Wing Transitional Living ProgramProvides youth with low-income housing, case management, independent living skills, and other supportive services. Supportive services includes crisis intervention, mediation, career exploration, job-seeking skills, conflict resolution, cooking and nutrition classes, budgeting, banking, utilities hookup, and public assistance application help. Program is up to 18 months long and is designed to empower youth to make the transition to independent living.North CentralTake Wing Transitional Living ProgramSan Diego Youth Services
Transition Age Youth Program (TAY), Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialDesigned to meet the needs of seriously emotionally disturbed Imperial County TAY, ages 16-25, who are aging out of the mental health, criminal justice, and/or social services system. The program provides full range of integrated community services and supports to reduce the individual's mental illness and assure continuity of care during transition into adulthood and independence.Transition Age Youth Program (TAY)Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Transitional Housing Program, Interfaith Community Services, North CoastalProvides transitional housing for single male or female veterans. Transitional housing services include case management, vocational rehabilitation, and psychological counseling. Call for information on bed availability.North CoastalVeterans ServicesInterfaith Community Services
Trolley Testle Transitional Housing for Former Foster Youth, South Bay Community ServicesOffers a transitional living program for homeless youth and youth aging out of the foster care system. Offers low-lost transitional housing and assistance with searching for permanent housing. Provides supportive services, including case management and independent living skills.SouthTrolley Testle Transitional Housing for Former Foster YouthSouth Bay Community Services
Turning Point Transitional Living Program, YMCA of San Diego County, YMCA Youth and Family ServicesOffers an 18-month program that provides transitional shared apartment living for homeless male and female adolescents and young adults with or without children. Program also serves foster youth who have recently transitioned out of the foster care system. Support services include case management, employment development/assistance, and independent living skills training. Participants are encouraged to continue their education.CentralTurning Point Transitional Living ProgramYouth and Family Services, YMCA of San Diego County
UCSD CARE, UC San Diego HealthTo identify, assess and treat adolescent and young adults who are experiencing changes in their thoughts, behavior or emotions that might be associated with developing serious and/or disabling mental problems. A major aim of the CARE program is to identify psychosis early so that it is possible to intervene and prevent some of the effects of a first psychotic episode.CentralCAREUniversity of California San Diego Health
Veterans Employment Services, Escondido, Interfaith Community ServicesProvides job training, and job placement assistance. Employment services targeting veterans include job assessment, evaluation, counseling, retraining, on-the-job training, and classroom training. Offers Workforce Investment Act program for veterans.North InlandVeterans ServicesInterfaith Community Services
Veterans Employment Services, Interfaith Community Services, OceansideProvides job training, and job placement assistance. Employment services targeting veterans include job assessment, evaluation, counseling, retraining, on-the-job training, and classroom training. Offers Workforce Investment Act program for veterans.North CoastalVeterans ServicesInterfaith Community Services
Vista Unified School District, Project OutreachIn conjunction with the VUSD Homeless Liaison, North County Lifeline offers case management services to families with children in the Vista Unified School District who meet homeless criteria under the McKinney-Vento Act. North CoastalVista Unifed School District, Project OutreachNorth County Lifeline
Walk In Assessment Center, Exodus Recovery, Inc, EscondidoProvides same day, short term mental health services to individuals in crisis or urgent need. Services include: crisis intervention; same day medication evaluations; short term case management; and linkage to community resources. Mental health services will be provided by a multidisciplinary treatment team and clients will be involved in their service planning and treatment.North InlandWalk In Assessment CenterExodus Recovery, Inc
Walk In Assessment Center, Exodus Recovery, Inc, VistaProvides same day, short term mental health services to individuals in crisis or urgent need. Services include: crisis intervention; same day medication evaluations; short term case management; and linkage to community resources. Mental health services will be provided by a multidisciplinary treatment team and clients will be involved in their service planning and treatment.North CoastalWalk In Assessment CenterExodus Recovery, Inc
Ward Access to Supports and Services Program (WASS), Behavioral Health Services, County of ImperialDesigned to meet the needs of seriously emotionally disturbed adolescents, ages 12-18, in Imperial County, who are exiting or aging out of the juvenile criminal justice system. The program provides a full range of integrated community services and supports to reduce the individual's mental illness and assure continuity of care upon release to the community.Ward Access to Supports and Services Program (WASS)Behavioral Health Services, County of Imperial
Women's Health Services, North County Health Services, EncinitasOffers the North County community a complete Women's Healthcare Program, such as pregnancy and delivery, birth control, and Well Woman's Annual Exams. In addition offers state programs that provide free breast cancer screening and cervical cancer screenings (call for details). Low to no-cost services, uninsured patients welcome.North CoastalWomen's Health ServicesNorth County Health Services (NCHS)
YMCA Kinship, YMCA Youth and Family Services, YMCA of San Diego CountyProvides services to grandparents, other relatives and non-relative extended family members (godparents, family friends, etc) who are acting as the primary caregiver for a child because the parents are unable to, in order to prevent entry or re-entry of those children into formal foster care. We support grandparents and relatives by providing 3 different services: 1) Kinship Navigator: Short-term case management services to assess the caregiver's needs and link caregivers to resources and services that will help them care for the children in their home 2)Respite Services: Short-term break or rest for the caregiver by providing payment for day, overnight camp, and special needs camp. am/pm care, and childcare 3) Support Groups: County wide support groups that provide emotional support, education, training, resources, childcare, and a light meal Also maintains a handbook in English and Spanish for grandparents and relatives caring for children. To download the handbook, please visit: http://211sandiego.org/grandparents. Please call to request a hard copy. CentralYMCA KinshipYouth and Family Services, YMCA of San Diego County

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