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    Organizations that make an effort to increase the availability and utilization of community services by specific target populations by providing direct services for targeted individuals in their homes or other convenient locations or by making special efforts to ensure that a particular group is aware of available services and encouraged to participate. Included are programs that do outreach regarding their own services as well as those which encourage a target population to use a wide variety of services.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Access Program, Alliance for African AssistanceProvides outreach, information and referral, health care referrals, and health education.CentralAccess ProgramAlliance for African Assistance
    Better Life Chapter #72Committed to helping ALL VETERANS addressing unmet needs of minority, low income, female and the growing number of homeless veterans in and around San Diego county. Will find resources within diverse communities and agencies to fit the veterans' unique needs. Provide services to ALL VETERANS regardless of race, creed, ethnicity or sexual orientation. CHAPTER MEETINGS: (2ND) Thursday of the month at Tubman-Chavez Community Center 5:00pm to 7:00pm.CentralBetter Life Chapter #72NABVETS Better Life Chapter #72
    CalFresh (Food Stamps) Outreach Training, San Diego Hunger CoalitionThe Hunger Coalition provides a wide array of presentation and training opportunities for community based organizations, schools, faith based organizations, and governmental programs. Among the trainings SDHC provides are: • CalFresh Outreach 101 • QR7 Reporting and Re-certification • Advanced Enrollment Techniques • Online Application Enrollment - BenefitsCalWin Our CalFresh 101 training covers the history of the program, prescreening for eligibility, application assistance, and follow up and advocacy to ensure enrollment. All trainings are provided in our office or at the organization upon request and can be tailored to your organization's population served. Organizations that participate in trainings receive continuing outreach and enrollment support from the Hunger Coalition in the form of phone calls, emails, and continuing education webinars. Participating organizations are connected to CalFresh liaisons at each of the county FRCs to address case specific client issues as necessary. Training recipients also receive an invitation to SDHC’s monthly and quarterly CalFresh Task Force meetings. Here outreach workers are able to connect with HHSA county staff and liaisons and other local outreach organizations to share best practices, troubleshoot, network into the larger food system and receive legislative and policy updates.CentralCalFresh (Food Stamps) Outreach TrainingSan Diego Hunger Coalition
    CalFresh, Medi-Cal and Covered CA Application Assistance, BAME Renaissance Community Development CorporationAssistance of CalFresh applications, re-certifications and SAR7's. Also can assist with Medi-Cal, Covered CA and CalWorks applications.CentralCalFresh, Medi-Cal and Covered CA Application AssistanceBAME Renaissance Community Development Corporation
    CalFresh Outreach Program, In Person CalFresh Application Assistance, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food BankOffers CalFresh application assistance at different locations every month to help people sign up for CalFresh. Also offers over the phone application assistance for those not able to attend an enrollment center in person. Team members will pre-screen individuals for eligibility and help through the application process. For location, dates and times where the Food Bank's CalFresh Outreach team will be hosting pre-screening clinics to provide assistance, please call 1-866-350-3663 or go online at http://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/CalFresh/. For over the phone assistance, please call 1-866-350-3663.North CentralCalFresh Outreach ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    CalFresh Outreach Program, In Person CalFresh Application Assistance, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, El Cajon Career CenterThe San Diego Food Bank outstations trained Food Bank staff to provide one-on-one, in person CalFresh application assistance at different locations every month to help people sign up for CalFresh. Community organizations host Food Bank staff at their center to pre-screen for CalFresh eligibility and provide initial application assistance. Completed applications are submitted to the county for processing by the Food Bank on clients behalf. Clients who submit applications through the Food Bank also receive follow up assistance to ensure proper processing and advocacy when needed. Sites are open to the public. It is highly recommended, clients attend pre-screening sessions with supporting documents (copies are acceptable) such as identifications for those they intend to apply with, proof of income (e.g. earned and unearned) for those they intend to apply with, rental and SDG&E expense. To confirm location, dates and times where the Food Bank's CalFresh Outreach team will be hosting pre-screening clinics, please call 1-866-350-3663 or go online at htttp://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/CalFresh/.EastCalFresh Outreach ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    CalFresh Outreach Program, In Person CalFresh Application Assistance, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Metro Career CenterThe San Diego Food Bank outstations trained Food Bank staff to provide one-on-one, in person CalFresh application assistance at different locations every month to help people sign up for CalFresh. Community organizations host Food Bank staff at their center to pre-screen for CalFresh eligibility and provide initial application assistance. Completed applications are submitted to the county for processing by the Food Bank on clients behalf. Clients who submit applications through the Food Bank also receive follow up assistance to ensure proper processing and advocacy when needed. Sites are open to the public. It is highly recommended, clients attend pre-screening sessions with supporting documents (copies are acceptable) such as identifications for those they intend to apply with, proof of income (e.g. earned and unearned) for those they intend to apply with, rental and SDG&E expense. To confirm location, dates and times where the Food Bank's CalFresh Outreach team will be hosting pre-screening clinics, please call 1-866-350-3663 or go online at htttp://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/CalFresh/.CentralCalFresh Outreach ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    CalFresh Outreach Program, In Person CalFresh Application Assistance, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Oceanside Career CenterThe San Diego Food Bank outstations trained Food Bank staff to provide one-on-one, in person CalFresh application assistance at different locations every month to help people sign up for CalFresh. Community organizations host Food Bank staff at their center to pre-screen for CalFresh eligibility and provide initial application assistance. Completed applications are submitted to the county for processing by the Food Bank on clients behalf. Clients who submit applications through the Food Bank also receive follow up assistance to ensure proper processing and advocacy when needed. Sites are open to the public. It is highly recommended, clients attend pre-screening sessions with supporting documents (copies are acceptable) such as identifications for those they intend to apply with, proof of income (e.g. earned and unearned) for those they intend to apply with, rental and SDG&E expense. To confirm location, dates and times where the Food Bank's CalFresh Outreach team will be hosting pre-screening clinics, please call 1-866-350-3663 or go online at htttp://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/CalFresh/.North CoastalCalFresh Outreach ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    CalFresh Outreach Program, In Person CalFresh Application Assistance, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, South Metro Career CenterThe San Diego Food Bank outstations trained Food Bank staff to provide one-on-one, in person CalFresh application assistance at different locations every month to help people sign up for CalFresh. Community organizations host Food Bank staff at their center to pre-screen for CalFresh eligibility and provide initial application assistance. Completed applications are submitted to the county for processing by the Food Bank on clients behalf. Clients who submit applications through the Food Bank also receive follow up assistance to ensure proper processing and advocacy when needed. Sites are open to the public. It is highly recommended, clients attend pre-screening sessions with supporting documents (copies are acceptable) such as identifications for those they intend to apply with, proof of income (e.g. earned and unearned) for those they intend to apply with, rental and SDG&E expense. To confirm location, dates and times where the Food Bank's CalFresh Outreach team will be hosting pre-screening clinics, please call 1-866-350-3663 or go online at htttp://sandiegofoodbank.org/programs/CalFresh/.CentralCalFresh Outreach ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    CalFresh (SNAP) Outreach Program, Feeding San DiegoProvides direct client services, client advocacy, and partner agency trainings for CalFresh (SNAP). Direct Client Service: CalFresh Outreach Team at Feeding San Diego (FASD) distributes CalFresh information and dispels myths at various community-based organizations throughout San Diego County. The CalFresh Outreach Team pre-screens clients, conducts application assistance, and submits the application electronically to the county on behalf of the client, and ensures a positive and efficient experience. Client Advocacy: Feeding America San Diego advocates on clients’ behalf through the entire application process. Through county liaisons collaboration, FASD works with the client and the county to resolve any issues and help clients receive the benefits they are applying for. Partner Agency Trainings: Actively engages and trains partner agencies so they can provide CalFresh services to their own clients. Partner agencies receive personal training and support so they can provide general CalFresh information at their agency, pre-screen clients for CalFresh eligibility, and do application assistance. Feeding America San Diego believes that partner agencies are in the best position to help clients with CalFresh because of the relationship and contact that agencies already developed with their clients. FASD provides mobile trainings, accompanies the agency with the initial stages of outreach, provides materials, develops and manage logistical challenges, and constantly supports agency CalFresh Outreach efforts.North CentralCalFresh (SNAP) Outreach ProgramFeeding San Diego
    Children of the NightProvides a 24-hour nationwide crisis hotline and 24-bed shelter home with 24-hour intake and on-site school, designed to provide effective intervention in the lives of children who were sexually abused and forced to live on the street as child prostitutes. Also offers an outreach street program throughout the western region of the United States. Funds the taxi or airfare transportation of a child at all hours of the day and night including weekend and holidays. When possible arrange for non-stop flights and always have child care staff member at the airport to escort the child.Children Of the NightChildren of the Night
    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
    Chula Vista Community Collaborative, Beacon Family Resource Center, Vista Square ElementaryWorks with Chula Vista families to assess family needs, linkage and referrals to needed services, emergency food, health insurance application assistance for children and pregnant women, Cal Fresh pre-screening, coordinate adult education classes including English as a second language classes (ESL), and parenting classes at several Family Resource Center locations. Classes vary by semester. Also, offers employment assistance and support.SouthChula Vista Community CollaborativeChula Vista Community Collaborative
    Chula Vista Community Collaborative, Fair Winds Family Resource Center, Loma Verde ElementaryWorks with Chula Vista families to assess family needs, linkage and referrals to needed services, emergency food, health insurance application assistance for children and pregnant women, Cal Fresh pre-screening, coordinate adult education classes including English as a second language classes (ESL), and parenting classes at several Family Resource Center locations. Classes vary by semester. Also, offers employment assistance and support.SouthChula Vista Community CollaborativeChula Vista Community Collaborative
    Chula Vista Community Collaborative, New Directions, Rice ElementaryWorks with Chula Vista families to assess family needs, linkage and referrals to needed services, emergency food, health insurance application assistance for children and pregnant women, Cal Fresh pre-screening, coordinate adult education classes including English as a second language classes (ESL), and parenting classes at several Family Resource Center locations. Classes vary by semester. Also, offers employment assistance and support.SouthChula Vista Community CollaborativeChula Vista Community Collaborative
    Chula Vista Community Collaborative, Open Door Family Resource Center, Palomar High SchoolWorks with Chula Vista families to assess family needs, linkage and referrals to needed services, emergency food, health insurance application assistance for children and pregnant women, Cal Fresh pre-screening, coordinate adult education classes including English as a second language classes (ESL), and parenting classes at several Family Resource Center locations. Classes vary by semester. Also, offers employment assistance and support.SouthChula Vista Community CollaborativeChula Vista Community Collaborative
    Chula Vista Community Collaborative, Rayo de Esperanza Family Resource Center, Otay ElementaryWorks with Chula Vista families to assess family needs, linkage and referrals to needed services, emergency food, health insurance application assistance for children and pregnant women, Cal Fresh pre-screening, coordinate adult education classes including English as a second language classes (ESL), and parenting classes at several Family Resource Center locations. Classes vary by semester. Also, offers employment assistance and support.SouthChula Vista Community CollaborativeChula Vista Community Collaborative
    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
    Emergency Food & Clothing Assistance, Heavens WindowsProvides emergency food as well as clothing and baby supplies to families and individuals in need. Also provides a pre-screening and food stamp application assistance.EastEmergency Food & Clothing AssistanceHeavens Windows
    Family Self Sufficiency Program- CoastalThe Family Self-Sufficiency Program provides intensive and customized case management to a diverse population of families and individuals. Through weekly or regular meetings, and with the guidance of their Case Managers, the family or individual work to improve their self-sufficiency. Through case management, individualized goals are identified, prioritized and then plans are created to achieve independence and stability.North CoastalFamily Self Sufficiency Program, CoastalInterfaith Community Services
    Family Services, Salvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division, San Diego Centre City CorpsProvides emergency assistance to persons in need, including emergency food, clothing vouchers (for special needs only including job interviews, court appearances, or no clothing at all), hygiene items, and referrals to other agencies.CentralFamily Services, Centre CitySalvation Army, Sierra Del Mar Division (Headquarters)
    Food Bank Program, Mision Vida NuevaProvides emergency food, at no cost, to those that are struggling financially. Community service programs are generally presented twice a month, depending on availability of staff.North InlandFood Bank ProgramMision Vida Nueva
    Food Distribution, Paradise Valley Community CenterDistribute bags of primarily produce each Tuesday morning from 9am-12pm. Area service is 91950 and surrounding areas. Offers emergency food as needed throughout the week by calling our office for an appointment at (619) 267-8990.SouthFood DistributionParadise Valley Community Center
    Food Distribution Program, Chaldean & Middle Eastern Social ServicesHosts weekly food distributions for members of the El Cajon refugee and immigrant community. Distributions of fresh food, fruits and vegetables occur every Tuesday from 9am to 12pm at the CMSS parking lot. Also provides CalFresh eligibility screening; CalFresh application and interview assistance. EastFood Distribution ProgramChaldean & Middle Eastern Social Services
    Food Resource Center, Catholic Charities, College AreaProvides Cal Fresh (food stamp), application assistance, re-certification assistance and food stamp advocacy. Also provide food packages and government commodities.CentralFood Resource Center, College AreaCatholic Charities
    Food Resource Center, Catholic Charities, El CentroProvides Cal Fresh (food stamps), application assistance, re-certification assistance, and food stamp advocacy. Also provides food packages and government commodities.Food Resource Center, El CentroCatholic Charities
    Food Resource Center, Catholic Charities, VistaProvides Cal Fresh (food stamps), application assistance, re-certification assistance, and food stamp advocacy. Also provides food packages and government commodities.North CoastalFood Resource Center, VistaCatholic Charities
    Friend to Friend (F2F) Program, Episcopal Community ServicesServes the needs of mentally ill and homeless adults of central San Diego. The program’s approach allows staff to interact with member on a personal level to identify their goals and needs; provide support; and referrals to needed resources to help member achieve best quality of life. Members of Friend to Friend may be eligible to receive different services ranging from street-based outreach to assessments, job development, SSI/SSDI advocacy, socialization, community reintegration, transitional housing, case management, referrals and peer support. Access and availability of services vary. CentralFriend to Friend (F2F) ProgramEpiscopal Community Services
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, City HeightsOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on Chronic Diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. (Taking Care of Your Diabetes (Spanish) is only held at Logan Heights Center.)CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, DowntownOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age.CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Grossmont/Spring ValleyOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. EastHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego Logan HeightsOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. ***This location, Logan Heights is the only clinic that offers the class: Taking Care of Your Diabetes (Spanish) on Saturday.CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, New Diamond NeighborhoodsOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. (Taking Care of Your Diabetes (Spanish) is only held at the Logan Heights Center.) CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, North ParkOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Health Education, Classes and Outreach Services, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Sherman HeightsOffers individual health education sessions, classes, and community education. Services include individual sessions on Nutrition, Weight Management, Childhood Obesity, and education on chronic diseases such as: Diabetes, Hypertension, Cholesterol, Anemia, Asthma, Lactation Support Services, and Baby Basic Classes that emphasize the importance of infant nutrition, baby care and safety, and Lead Poisoning Prevention for children 0-6 years of age. CentralHealth Education, Classes & Outreach ServicesFamily Health Centers of San Diego
    Healthy Start Military Family Resource Center, SAY San DiegoProvides confidential, safe, coordinated services that will lead to improved developmental, academic, and social outcomes for children, and a positive quality of life for their families. Services include information and referral, advocacy in the school system, supportive home visitation, prenatal support, fatherhood support, and early childhood education through parenting workshops and playgroups within the community. Family facilitators are available for these and other services to help military families reduce social isolation.North CentralHealthy Start Military Family Resource CenterSAY San Diego
    HEAR If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now Community Outreach Program, Ovarian Cancer Alliance of San Diego IncOffers presentations to civic groups, organizations, churches, schools on ovarian cancer awareness so individuals might benefit from some ovarian and uterine cancer survivors' experiences and the knowledge they have gained from their cancer journey. HEAR is a community outreach program seeking to empower women to be on the alert to protect themselves and their loved ones. Once called the "silent killer" is no longer the "silent killer," as there are symptoms and risk factors. Many of the presentations are open to the public. Please contact by phone or email for more information.North CentralHEAR If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now Community Outreach ProgramOvarian Cancer Alliance of San Diego Inc
    Homeless Outreach Team (HOT), Police Department, City of San DiegoCity police officers team with a County social worker and a Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT) clinician to assess the problems of homeless persons and identify how to help them from a range of solutions. One HOT team focuses on downtown and another on the beach area. HOT provides field assessments for eligibility to public entitlements, crisis intervention, comprehensive case management, drug/alcohol rehabilitation placement, and psychiatric/medical treatment placement.CentralHomeless Outreach Team (HOT)Police Department, City of San Diego
    Information and Referral Services, 2-1-1 San DiegoProvides comprehensive, confidential phone-based information and referral (I&R) services, focused on health and social service programs in the San Diego region. Maintains a search-able website of information about health and social service programs. Offers I&R training programs to agencies and organizations, including problem assessment, needs identification, client referral, and followup.North CentralInformation and Referral Services2-1-1 San Diego
    Joy Lok Family Resource Center, Wu YeeServes as a hub for families, offering educational playgroups, a toy and book lending library, parenting workshops, social support networks, Resource and Referral (R&R) program helps parents find affordable, quality child care, determine their eligibility for child care payment assistance and child care subsidies. Our family resource center also provide a program call Single Stop that connects family and individual to public benefits assistance in English and Chinese.Joy Lok Family Resource CenterWu Yee Children Services
    Juvenile Diversion and Crime Deterrent, Harmonium, IncProvides individual and group counseling with an emphasis on juvenile delinquency prevention and rehabilitation. Court-referred counseling and assessment is also provided. Outreach includes presentations to school and community groups and liaison service with area schoolsNorth CentralJuvenile Diversion and Crime DeterrentHarmonium, Inc
    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
    Migrant Education, San Diego County Office of Education, San MarcosAssists children of migratory farm workers and fishermen/women in graduating from high school. Provides supplementary instructional services through home tutoring and summer school programs. Assists family in accessing community resources for health services and, when funds allow, offers financial assistance for emergency medical and dental services. Provides parent training emphasizing parental involvement in child's educational program. Also offers teacher training to enhance skills necessary to meet migrant student needs, particularly language development. Provides coordination of record transfer and continuity in instructional program between schools.North InlandMigrant EducationSan Diego County Office of Education
    Military Outreach Ministries, San Diego Military Outreach MinistriesProvides services to enlisted military families (rated E-5 and below) and families of deployed and injured service members in San Diego County in the 10 military installations south of Camp Pendleton. Services to military families include craft classes for moms with child care provided, food bags distributed weekly in the housing areas, bread distribution weekly, and distribution of infant and children's supplies and furniture at our warehouse, three days a week.Military Outreach MinistriesSan Diego Military Outreach Ministries
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Bread of Life Rescue MissionProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.North CoastalNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Hearts and HandsProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.SouthNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, LGBT Community CenterProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.CentralNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Samoa Independent Full Gospel ChurchProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county. This location serves residents of Lemon Grove.EastNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, St Stephen'sProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.CentralNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Teen ChallengeProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county. CentralNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank, Vista Spanish ChurchProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.North CoastalNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    Neighborhood Distribution Program, Neighborhood Distribution Program,Heavens WindowsProvides fresh fruits, vegetables and bread as well as a few other items at various distribution sites throughout the county.EastNeighborhood Distribution ProgramJacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank
    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
    Oceanside CalGRIP, (Gang Reduction, Intervention, and Prevention) North County LifelineOffers a strength based program that serves youth and families in Oceanside who are identified as at-risk for gang involvement or affiliation.North CoastalOceanside CalGRIPNorth County Lifeline
    Outreach Services, Bayview Hills, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Gateway Village, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.North CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Murphy Canyon, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.North CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Naval Base Coronado, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.SouthOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Naval Base Point Loma, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.North CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Naval Base San Diego, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Santee, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.EastOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    Outreach Services, Village at Serra Mesa, Fleet and Family Support CentersCreate partnerships with community organizations to increase awareness of FFSC programs and services. Will provide FFSC briefs and/or resource tables upon request.North CentralOutreach ServicesFleet and Family Support Centers
    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
    Resettlement Program, Alliance for African AssistanceProvides assistance with immigration and resettlement of all refugees in San Diego County. Includes housing, basic necessity including furniture, appliances, clothing, job placement/ training and transportation. Also promotes cultural activities such as art, music, dance, theater, and operates a thrift store.CentralResettlement ProgramAlliance for African Assistance
    Re Spectrum CommunityProvides a wide variety of services designed to help families and individuals with autism spectrum disorders in San Diego County. Services include: psychotherapy (family, individual, couples, group, sibling), psychological testing, social skills mentoring and programs, play skills interventions, basic sports skills and recreation programs, school consultations, community outreach and trainings, and family support and resources.EastRe Spectrum CommunityRe Spectrum Community
    Safe Warrior Outreach Program, American Combat Veterans of War, OceansideOffers an outreach program to veterans and active duty military members. The program is led by combat veterans and is held each Tuesday in Oceanside. Attendees talk about whatever is on their mind and often work through post traumatic stress related issues with other veterans. North CoastalSafe Warrior Outreach ProgramAmerican Combat Veterans of War
    San Diego Day Center, St Vincent de Paul, Father Joe's VillagesThe San Diego Day Center for Homeless Adults (Neil Good Day Center) serves homeless and at risk of homeless adults in the City of San Diego. Participants are welcomed and supported to this low-barrier program through diverse on-site services that bring together homeless service providers and Day Center services which creates a setting where needs can be met efficiently and effectively. The main focus of the Day Center is to motivate clients into the Coordinated Assessment and Housing Placement system while offering basic human dignity services such as showers, mail services and laundry. The Program utilizes a harm reduction model which does not require sobriety, however, neither alcohol or drugs can be used or possessed onsite. CentralSan Diego Day CenterFather Joe's Villages
    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
    Senior Nutrition Program, Union of Pan Asian Communities, EMASS Community, Union of Pan Asian Communities CenterEthnically appropriate, nutritious meals and nutrition education are provided to Pan Asian seniors at two congregate meal sites throughout San Diego County. The program enhances good nutrition, reduces social and emotional isolation, enhances positive socialization through cultural activities and engages seniors in the planning, preparation and serving of the meals.North InlandSenior Nutrition ProgramUnion of Pan Asian Communities
    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
    Standup for Kids, San DiegoThe center offers respite from the streets, assistance with personal identification and birth certificates, mail and message services, hot meals, showers, laundry facilities, social activities, educational assistance, telephone and computer privileges, pro-bono legal assistance, transportation to free healthcare, counseling services, and job assistance.CentralStandup for Kids, San DiegoStandup for Kids
    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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