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    Programs that maintain lists of individuals who are available to serve as care/case managers and which link individuals who are in need of this service with appropriate resources. Care/case managers 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.

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    Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Public Health Department, County of ImperialWorks to eliminate childhood lead poisoning by educating the public about lead poisoning, identifying and caring for lead burdened children, and preventing environment exposures to lead. Case management services by Public Health Nurses include home visits, counseling assistance in identifying lead hazards in the home, referrals to the Women Infants and Children Program (WIC), Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDP) and other appropriate resources.Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention ProgramPublic Health Department, County of Imperial
    Economic Development Program, Somali Family Service of San DiegoThe primary focus of the program is to provide case management services, acculturating newly arrived refugees in the U.S., and connecting them with community resources to meet their unique needs. Services include career development as well as assistance with social and financial independence.CentralEconomic Development ProgramSomali Family Service of San Diego
    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
    Health Care for the Homeless, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Elm StreetProvides 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. CentralHealth Care for the HomelessFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, Central RegionMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.CentralMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, North CoastalMCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.North CoastalMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    Maternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego (South Region)MCH Public Health Nursing is a free, voluntary prevention program that provides nurse home visitation services to at-risk, low income, pregnant, and postpartum women and their children ages 0-5 years. Nurses provide support, health and parenting education, address bonding issues, medical, and mental risks. Families can expect to receive case management and referrals to healthcare and support services available in their community. The program's goal is to improve birth outcomes, access to health care, and promote health and well-being for high risk women and their children.SouthMaternal Child Health (MCH)/Public Health Nursing In-Home ServicesPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
    New Entra CasaProvides room and board and support services to female ex-offenders. Clothing and personal items are donated by church and community groups. Counseling is offered and referrals are provided to assist with employment, skills training, and school placement or counseling. Advocates for clients with other agencies, employers, and during judicial proceedings. Works with clients and Child Protective Services on reunification plans mandated by the courts. Transportation is provided for employment, school, medical appointments, etc. Program length is 6-8 months. Follow-up services provided by volunteers include a larder starter (basic home equipment, linens, and food) given to clients when they leave to start their own home. Facility provides 6 beds. Clients who perform well during the aforementioned phase of the program may be eligible to transfer to transitional housing (5 separate dwellings). To continue to live in transitional housing, clients must remain clean and sober and hold a job. Fees and length of stay vary for transitional housing.North CentralNew Entra Casa ResidenceNew Entra Casa
    Transitional Living, East County Transitional Living Center, IncOffers extending housing, case management, clothing and meal opportunities to homeless families and/or individuals in East San Diego County. Also, offers both secular and non secular based services.EastTransitional LivingEast County Transitional Living Center, Inc
    Victims of Human Trafficking Program, Bilateral Safety Corridor CoalitionOffers a variety of services for child and adult victims of human trafficking (individuals forced into labor and sexual exploitation). Provides telephone and in-person crisis intervention with 24-hour emergency intake. Offers referral to safe housing and long-term case management services.SouthVictims of Human Trafficking ProgramBilateral Safety Corridor Coalition

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