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Programs that maintain information about community resources that are appropriate for a specific target group or human services sector (for example, youth programs or addiction services) and which link individuals who are in need of specialized services with appropriate resources and/or which provide information about community agencies and organizations that offer specialized services.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Educational Talent Search (ETS), Wahupa Educational ServicesIdentifies and assists qualified high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. The program provides academic, career, and financial counseling to its participants and encourages them to graduate from high school and continue on to and complete their postsecondary education. - Academic Counseling on SAT/ACT test and A-G rigorous course selection - Tutoring Connection - College and Financial aid information, and application assistance - Financial/Economic Literacy ConnectionCentralEducational Talent SearchWahupa Educational Enterprises, Inc
Embassy of JapanEmbassy located in Washington DC that houses Japanese diplomats and offers various information and resource on Japan.Embassy of JapanEmbassy of Japan
Embassy of the United States, Tokyo JapanProvides assistance, information and governmental services emergency and non-emergency to American citizens and issues visas to foreign nationals (Japanese and legal residents in Japan) who wish to visit or immigrate to the United States.United States Embassy, United States Department of State, Tokyo JapanUnited States Department of State
In-Home Supportive Services, San Diego County In-Home Supportive Services Public AuthorityProgram helps eligible low-income seniors and persons with disabilities to remain independent by making funding available for them to employ a Home Care Provider. In addition to collective bargaining the IHSS Public Authority is required to perform the following functions: -Establish a provider registry to assist IHSS recipients to find a provider -Establish a referral system under which IHSS providers are referred to recipients, Investigate the qualifications and backgrounds of potential providers. Provide access to training for providers and recipients. Perform any other functions related to the delivery of In-Home Supportive Services -Ensure the requirements of the Personal Care Services Program are met.SouthIn-Home Supportive ServicesSan Diego County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority
Lawyer Referral and Information Service, San Diego County Bar AssociationAssists the public in obtaining legal counsel. Refers any person needing legal assistance to private attorney practicing in the appropriate field. The Modest Means Program for Family Law assists clients with limited resources who require and are willing to pay for legal services; clients are referred to attorneys who are willing to undertake their representation for a reduced fee.CentralLawyer Referral and Information ServiceSan Diego County Bar Association
Lawyer Referral Service, Bar Association of Northern San Diego CountyRefers clients to an attorney who has experience and expertise in the specific area of law required. A free half-hour consultation is provided to advise the client of his/her legal rights and offer options for resolution. Referral to other service agencies is provided as necessary, and attempts are made to accommodate special language and geographic needs.North CoastalLawyer Referral ServiceBar Association of Northern San Diego County
Medi-Cal Dental Provider Locator (Denti-Cal), Health Care Services Department, State of CaliforniaDenti-Cal is the dental program for low income families, both adults and children, that are Medi-Cal recipients. Provides referrals to dentists based on benefit plan, distance, and specialty. Offers information about Denti-Cal benefits and policies, and handles complaints. Denti-Cal services covered are exams, x-rays, cleanings, fluoride treatments, filings, anterior root canals on front teeth, prefabricated crowns, full dentures, and other medically necessary dental services. (Orthodontia services are for qualified children only).Medi-Cal Dental Services (Denti-Cal)Health Care Services Department, State of California
Medi-cal for Families Payment OptionsMedi-Cal monthly premium payments may be required of some children who have transitioned from the Healthy Families Program or have applied for Medi-Cal. Premiums are based on a family’s income and family size. If you are required to pay a monthly premium for your Medi-Cal you will receive a billing statement in the mail each month. Premium payments are due on the 20th of the month. There are four ways you can pay your premiums: Personal Check or Money Order - Mail Check to along with the bottom part (payment stub) of the statement to: Medi-Cal for Families PO Box 138011 Sacramento, CA 95813-8011 In Person - Pay in cash at the local Western Union retail office offering convenient pay. Call 1-800-551-8001 to find a Western Union closest to you. Credit Card - Pay with you VISA or MASTER CARD. Call 1-877-267-3729 to set up monthly automatic payments. Electric Funds Transfer - (EFT) Get a 25% discount each month when you pay with EFT. To sign up follow these steps: A. Mark the box on the front of this statement at the bottom, where it says "Electric Funds Transfer Enrollment Request". B. Fill out the form below. C. Include blank check with "VOID" written on it. D. Send this information to Medi-cal for Families the address above. Note: You will need to use another way to pay your premiums until the Electric Funds Transfer starts (6 to 8 weeks after you sign up). To download the form go to: http://www.dhcs.ca.gov/services/Pages/Medi-CalPremiumPayments.aspxMedi-cal for FamiliesHealth Care Services Department, State of California
Memory, Aging and Resilience Clinic, UC San Diego HealthProvides geriatric assessment for memory loss. Provides medical and psychosocial evaluations, assessments, and recommendations to older patients with medical or cognitive disorders. Evaluations cover issues such as Alzheimer's disease, other dementias, and chronic illnesses.CentralMemory, Aging and Resilience ClinicUniversity of California San Diego Health
Migrant Office, California Rural Legal Assistance, IncProvides community education and outreach programs to low-income workers. The focus is primarily on labor and education issues. Provides information and legal referrals to other organizations and private bar. Does not provide immigration services.North CoastalMigrant OfficeCalifornia Rural Legal Assistance Inc
Military Child Care, National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral AgencyThe National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral agency has partnerships with several branches of the military including the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine services. They provided access to child care resources as well as many financial assistance programs for those in the military. They have information for both parents and families in the military as well as information for child care providers.Military Child CareNational Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agency
Military OneSourceMilitary OneSource is a free service provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families to help with a broad range of concerns including: money management, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, relocation, deployment, reunion, and the particular concerns of families with special-needs members. They can also include more complex issues like: relationships, stress, and grief. The program can be especially helpful to service members and their families who live at a distance from installations. Military OneSourceMilitary OneSource
Mothers Against Drunk Driving, San Diego County ChapterProvides victim advocacy to victims of drunk drivers, including assistance in navigating the court system and properly handling their cases. Refers victims of drunk drivers to sources of financial assistance and other help. Provides public awareness of drunk driving issues and underage drinking through speakers bureau presentations, literature distribution, and media campaigns, including interactive youth programs. Acts as a clearing house for drinking and driving information and statistics. Advocates for more serious penalties for drunk driving. Publishes a quarterly newsletter.North CentralMothers Against Drunk DrivingMothers Against Drunk Driving, San Diego County Chapter
MyHealtheVet, United States Department of Veterans AffairsMy HealtheVet is the VA’s online personal health record is available to Veterans, active-duty service members, dependants and caregivers. With a My HealtheVet account, you can check your appointments, read clinical notes about past visits; see results for labs, tests and vitals; refill prescriptions and communicate with your VA health care teams – all online.MyHealtheVetUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System
NAMI San Diego HelplineHelp starts here. Staffed by peers and family members, NAMI San Diego's Family & Peer Support Helpline offers free, safe, confidential information, referrals, support and an empathetic ear for individuals with lived mental health experience and their loved ones. CentralNAMI San Diego HelplineNAMI San Diego
National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information ServiceOperates a toll-free phone line providing personalized responses to specific questions about cancer. Also offers information about cancer treatment, screening, prevention, supportive care, and clinical trials. Provides information in English and Spanish for patients, their families, the general public, and health professionals. Also answers general cancer information questions and provides assistance through the LiveHelp online chat and email.National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information ServiceCancer Information Service
National Crisis Helpline for Substance AbuseOffers a helpline for those seeking information and referral for prevention, intervention for alcohol addiction, drug addiction, and other substance abuse services.National Crisis Helpine for Substance AbuseA Watershed Addiction Treatment Center, Inc
National Hispanic Prenatal HelplineDesigned for Hispanic women planning a pregnancy; Hispanic expectant mothers or mothers of newborns; partners, relatives, or friends of expectant mothers; providers working with Hispanic families. Offers a bilingual (Spanish and English) helpline that answers questions about prenatal issues in a culturally appropriate manner and provides referrals to local prenatal care services that have the capability of serving Hispanic consumers. Sends written information in Spanish and English to callers about prenatal issues for free.National Hispanic Prenatal HelplineNational Alliance for Hispanic Health
National Hotline, Boys TownProvides a toll-free telephone crisis, resource, and referral service for at risk children and parents. Professional counselors able to provide information about such issues as depression, suicide, running away, parenting, relationship concerns, chemical dependency, mental health, anger, aggressive behavior, and physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.National HotlineBoys Town National Hotline
National Transplant Assistance Fund and Catastrophic Injury Fund, Help Hope LiveCounsels transplant and catastrophic injury patients as to the lifetime financial requirements for successful transplantation including factors such as location and cost of specific transplant center, statistics, insurance status, relocation requirements, medication, and alternative sources of financial assistance. Advises family and friends on establishing a community fund raising campaign in honor of a particular patient if inadequate funding is a problem. Offers a website, printed materials, and seminars to help educate the public. Promotes the need for increased organ/tissue donation.National Transplant Assistance Fund and Catastrophic Injury FundHelp Hope Live
NeedyMedsThe website, www.needymeds.org, has information about patient assistance programs, disease-based assistance programs, free/low cost clinics, medical bill mediation and much more.NeedyMedsNeedyMeds
Norman Park Senior Center, City of Chula VistaProvides recreational activities, educational opportunities, inter-generational programs, and physical activities. Offers peer support groups for such areas as bereavement, health information programs, and blood pressure checks. Offers a fitness center for seniors. Provides information and referral to seniors.SouthSenior CenterCity of Chula Vista
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
Nursing Home Compare, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, United States Department of Health and Human ServicesOffers a website (www.medicare.gov/NHCompare/home.asp) that provides information about the past performance of every Medicare and Medicaid certified nursing home in the United States. Contains sections about nursing home quality measures, inspection result information, and nursing home staff information.Nursing Home CompareCenters for Medicare and Medicaid Services, United States Department of Health and Human Services
Oasis Clubhouse, Providence Community ServicesProvides support groups, independent living skills, job skills development, peer mentoring, community service opportunities, social and recreational activities, community support services and referrals, crisis intervention, and transportation services.North CentralOasis ClubhouseProvidence Community Services
Outreach Team, Alpha Project for the HomelessProvides daily outreach to homeless individuals throughout San Diego County including: Downtown, North Park, Uptown, City Heights, Hillcrest, National City and surrounding areas. The Outreach team is trained in crisis response and de-escalation. Also provides referrals to a variety of services including transportation and housing. Primarily focuses on placement for chronically homeless seniors, individuals with chronic and/or terminal illness, individuals with HIV/AIDS. **IMPORTANT NOTE** Does NOT provide direct Transportation assistance to public.CentralOutreach TeamAlpha Project for the Homeless
Perinatal Care Network, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego, Health Services Complex - RosecransExpedites applications for Medi-Cal for pregnant women and follows up to assist with problems. Assists women who do not qualify for Medi-Cal to find other low-cost or no-cost health coverage for pregnancy. Provides referrals for prenatal care and, upon request, assists with setting first appointment. Offers referrals to other services related to pregnancy and preconception, such as free or low-cost pregnancy testing and birth control. Also provides referrals to community services for basic needs, such as transportation. Provides bus tokens to prenatal medical appointments.North CentralPerinatal Care NetworkPublic Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
Perinatal Case Management, Vista Hill, La MesaProvides continuous, long-term case management to assist women who are drug and/or alcohol users, pregnant or parenting, in finding services to support long-term recovery. Services include home visits, assessment, monitoring service delivery, client advocacy, and evaluation of service. This program is funded by the County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency. Also provides outreach to homeless pregnant or parenting women who are alcohol and/or drug users. Outreach services include providing access to prenatal care, assistance to obtain Medi-Cal, assistance finding a doctor, and finding emergency services (food, shelter, etc).EastPerinatal Case ManagementVista Hill
Pregnancy Services, Pregnancy Resource CenterProvides counseling, limited medical care, information, and resources. Services include free pregnancy tests; ultrasounds; parenting class; post-abortive support; options counseling; prenatal and baby care education; life skills class; and abstinence education. Also offers material goods including formula, diapers, baby clothes and baby furniture. Referrals for adoption, housing, legal assistance, and social services are also provided.North CoastalPregnancy ServicesPregnancy Resource Center
Problem Gambling Assistance, California Council on Problem GamblingOffers a 24-hour helpline staffed by trained professionals who provide confidential services about problem gambling issues, including crisis intervention and referral to appropriate counseling, treatment, or other community resources. Follow-up services are provided by mail. Also offers a website with information about problem gambling. Provides education and prevention information about problem gambling.Problem Gambling AssistanceCalifornia Council on Problem Gambling
ProtectSanDiegoKids.orgA website maintained by the District Attorney's office that provides information and education on human trafficking. Includes information on how to identify victims of human trafficking, as well as identify potential perpetrators of human trafficking. Also includes links to local community resources and initiatives and contact information on how to report cases of human trafficking.ProtectSanDiegoKids.orgDistrict Attorney, County of San Diego
Recreation/Leisure Services, USO San DiegoProvides social, educational, and recreational activities for active duty men and women and their families. Offers free use of computers with Internet access. Also provides information and referral for lodging, transportation, and area anemities. Provides facilities for dances, meetings, and entertainment. Offers an airport center equipped with video games and television, in terminal #2, which serves as a waiting area for military personnel awaiting transportation or flights.CentralRecreation/Leisure ServicesUSO San Diego
Refugee Social Services, Kurdish Human Rights WatchProvides cultural transition services and life skills training to the Middle Eastern refugee community. Offers employment services, including job readiness training, job search assistance, and resume preparation. Offers Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL) classes. Provides information and referral services to community resources. Provides interpretation and translation services for most Middle Eastern Languages such as Kurdish, Arabic, and Chaldean (these languages are available on select days and hours, call for more information). Also provides immigration forms, letters of support, and housing assistance.EastRefugee Social ServicesKurdish Human Rights Watch
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
Self-Help Directory, Mental Health America of San Diego CountyProvides information and referral to help locate appropriate self-help/support groups through out all of San Diego County. Also publishes a print copy of support group directory with more than 600 different groups in San Diego County.CentralSelf-Help DirectoryMental Health America of San Diego County
Senior Citizens Services, City of San Diego Parks and RecreationProvides information and referral services to the senior community, as well as follow-up when appropriate. Offers special events, dances, activities and day trips for Seniors. The Balboa Park Senior Lounge is available for Seniors to drop in and socialize. Open Monday through Sunday from 9:30am to 3:30pm (619) 235-1191.CentralSenior Citizens ServicesCity of San Diego Parks and Recreation
Senior Services/ The 50 and Better Club, San Diego LGBT Community CenterProvides a safe place for LGBT seniors and their allies to find referrals to healthcare, social services, and community activities. Extensive calendar of events include, art class, yoga, book club, movies, meditation, transgender outreach, lunch and learn, dance class, Tai Chi, discussion groups, and much more.CentralSenior Services/ The 50 and Better ClubSan Diego LGBT Community Center
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
Southern Caregiver Resource Center (SCRC)Provides comprehensive support services to family caregivers. Offers information and referral, counseling, support groups, long-term care planning and access to community resources, respite care in the home and at other locations, financial and legal consultation, and education and training to family caregivers of adults with cognitive impairments (such as Alzheimer's, strokes, Parkinson's, traumatic brain injury, brain tumors, Huntington's, dementia, and any other degenerative or non-degenerative neurological disorder) or frail older adults. Offers short-term and long-term case management services.North CentralSouthern Caregiver Resource CenterSouthern Caregiver Resource Center (SCRC)
Specialized Information, Southern Caregiver Resource CenterProvides information on chronic and disabling conditions and diseases, aging, caregiving issues and community resources. Also has an extensive caregiver resource library containing numerous fact sheets, books and DVDs. 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 CentralSpecialized InformationSouthern Caregiver Resource Center (SCRC)
State Board for Area 13, Developmental Disabilities Board, Area 13, State of CaliforniaProvides information, training, and referrals to persons with developmental disabilities and their families. Reviews the policies and practices of publicly funded agencies providing services to assure that these agencies are meeting their legal obligations. Promotes public information programs, accumulates and supplies information for a state plan for the developmentally disabled, and cooperates with other organizations to develop quality programs without unnecessary duplication. Speakers are available on a limited basis for community meetings.CentralState Board for Area 13Developmental Disabilities Board, Area 13, State of California
Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health HelplineOffers free and confidential health information in Spanish and English. Health information specialists provide basic health information and can refer callers to health care providers in their community.Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health HelplineNational Alliance for Hispanic Health
Supported Employment, Employment and Community OptionsProvides job training, follow-up, support services, vocational assessment, and the identification of a job goal to ensure a successful job match. One-to-one job coaching continues until the worker demonstrates the ability to perform job duties with at least 80% independence. Support services include: assisting the client to report wages to Social Security, assisting with banking responsibilities, and facilitating referrals to agencies providing independent living skills. Transportation are offered in some areas, call for more information.Supported EmploymentEmployment and Community Options
Sure Helpline Crisis Center, Imperial CountyOffers a general information and referral services including food resources, shelter, senior services, substance abuse, housing assistance, basic needs, parenting resources, child care, support groups, legal assistance etc.Sure Helpline Crisis CenterSure Helpline Crisis Center
Sweet Success Diabetes Pregnancy Program, Regional Perinatal SystemProvides information and referral to pregnant women with gestational diabetes and pre-existing diabetes. Healthcare services are delivered by affiliation with local providers and are covered by the woman's insurance (private or Medi-Cal). Offers variety of education resources for both providers and pregnant women with diabetes to aide in the education process. Professional materials include guidelines for care. Patient materials showcase low/non literate menu plans in various languages, a record book, psychosocial brochures and more. All materials are culturally and linguistically appropriate.Sweet Success Diabetes Pregnancy ProgramRegional Perinatal System
Teen Adolescent Placement ServicesAssists parents challenging teen issues such as drug abuse, alcohol abuse, truancy, violence, behavioral, and legal. Works closely with San Diego's juvenile/probation officers, parent advocates, parent support groups, counselors, and adolescent specialty programs.North CoastalTeen Adolescent Placement ServicesTeen Adolescent Placement Services
Teen LineProvides a free confidential teen-to-teen peer counseling helpline available from anywhere in the United States and Canada that strives to minimize adolescent trauma and stress, and offers advice and referrals. Provides crisis intervention and prevention, peer counseling, and referral. Volunteers who answer the calls are teenagers who have been specially trained. For the Los Angeles area, provides community outreach and publishes the Youth Yellow Pages (a resource handbook for youth). Teen line also publishes brochures, posters, and cards which can be found at: https://teenlineonline.org/downloads/Teen LineTeen Line
Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Resource Guide, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San DiegoProvides county managers, direct service staff, contracted providers, and others with information about: > The issues facing TAY and their families in the mental health system; > Promising practices with TAY and their families; > The types of services currently available or in need of development; > Case studies of successful TAY programs; > Information about potential resources to develop or enhance TAY services; and > Recommendations for the minimum requirements for a TAY system of care to address the issues related to TAY psychological development, practice, program implementation, and policy.Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Resource GuideBehavioral Health Services, Health and Human Services Agency, County of San Diego
Transportation Referral Service - FACT (Full Access and Coordinated Transportation)Refers callers to San Diego County's public and private specialized transportation providers and programs. FACT acts as a mobility manager for individuals who are looking for transportation by referring them to the most appropriate mode for them. North CoastalFACT Transportation Referral ServiceFacilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation (FACT)
TYA - Out of School Youth WIOAProvides long-term case management, academic mentoring, and leadership development to at-risk youth in Oceanside. This program helps youth finish high school, gain employment, be supported by a mentor, and receive training in life skills. Provides behavioral health assessments and counseling. Provides career development, social, and vocational case management services. Offers career assessment, apprenticeship placements, and financial literacy training. Provides tutoring and job search assistance. Provides referrals to academic training including opportunities to earn a high school diploma or GED. Offers family support, parent-engagement activities, basic needs, and self-sufficiency services and referrals.North CoastalThe Transitional Youth AcademyInterfaith Community Services
United States Embassies, Consulates and Diplomatic Missions, United States Department of StateProvides a website with information on the various US Embassies, Consulates, and Diplomatic Missions located throughout the world. May offer services to US Citizens including: Financial Assistance, Medical Assistance, Death of a Citizen, Welfare and Whereabouts, and Visa services. Services vary at each Embassy, Consulate, or Diplomatic Mission.United States Embassies, Consulates, and Diplomatic MissionsUnited States Department of State
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
WeConnect.netA website that operates as a one-stop-shop connecting individuals and families to programs and services for which they may be eligible. The site now houses an all-inclusive nationwide resource map, the first of its kind in the country, connecting visitors to locations within their county which offer free tax assistance, job fairs, and other valuable events and services. The campaign also highlights programs such as the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), Federal Child Tax Credit (CTC), CalFresh (food stamp programs), discounted utilities, car insurance, and low-income health care programs.WeConnect.netCalifornia Endowment, The
Women's Resource Center, San Diego LGBT Community CenterOffers a safe place for LBT women and their allies to find resources and referrals about healthcare, social services and community activities. Also sponsors a variety of social activities, including movie nights, book clubs, Women's support, cancer support, yoga, and discussion and coming-out groups.CentralWomen's Resource CenterSan Diego LGBT Community Center
Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline, United States ArmyOffers wounded and injured Soldiers and family members a way to seek help to resolve medical issues and to provide an information channel of Soldier medically related issues directly to senior Army leadership so they can improve how Army serves the medical needs of our Soldiers and their families.Wounded Soldier and Family HotlineUnited States Army
www.CoverageForAll.org, Foundation for Health Coverage EducationWebsite, www.coverageforall.org, offers free downloadable health coverage guides and a simple 5-questions Eligibility Quiz that helps visitors determines personalized a public and private coverage opportunities in 90 seconds. It's available in English and Spanish.www.CoverageForAll.orgFoundation for Health Coverage Education
YMCA Childcare Resource Service - HealthlineOffers free telephone consultations and resource referrals to parents and child care providers about physical and behavioral health concerns for children ages 0 to 5 years. Provides developmental screenings, behavior screenings and hearing assessments for children ages 0 to 5 years. Provides behavioral assessments and interventions for children ages 0-5 years (services must be requested by parent). Services may include child care-based behavioral observation, home-based behavioral observation, assessments, a follow-up plan coordinated with parent and child care provider, and a behavioral health specialist follow-up with the family. Also offers provider education workshops about managing challenging behavior.CentralYMCA Childcare Resource Service - Field ServicesChildcare Resource Service, YMCA of San Diego County
Youth Textline, Mental Health SystemsPeer2Peer Text and Chat Support Services provides a non-crisis peer support live chat and text service for youth and TAY who are at-risk and or dealing with potential behavioral health issues including those who may struggle with alcohol or drugs. We work with many youth that are searching for support groups, mental health services and/or supportive listening.Youth TextlineMental Health Systems, Inc

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