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Catalyst - Program619.481.3790https://www.kickstartsd.org/catalyst-assertive-community-treatment/Ages 16-25 with a serious mental illness, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
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Center Star Act - Program(619) 521-1743https://www.mhsinc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Center-Star-ACT-Brochure-2014_web.pdf24-hour community-based treatment for individuals with a criminal justice background who have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness.
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CEO - Center for Employment Opportunities619-684-4810https://ceoworks.org/our-offices/san-diego/Criminal records, over 18 years of age. Re-entry services. Employment.
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Episcopal Community Services - CERRC619-597-7335
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CRASH - Short Term I and II(619) 233-8054http://www.crashinc.org/Alcohol and other drug abuse prevention and rehabilitation by providing short-term and long-term residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient recovery services and community education.
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Christies Place619.702.4186http://www.christiesplace.org/Women, children, families and individuals whose lives have been impacted by HIV/AIDS to take charge of their health and well-being.
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Dreams for Change (619) 497-0236http://www.dreamsforchange.org/Safe parking program, Fresh Food program, employment training, financial management and literacy for all demographics.
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East Cty Mental Health- Clinic(619) 401-5500https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/hhsa/facilities/east/east_county_mental_health_clinic.htmlMental health services for East County.
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Exodus Recovery310-945-3350 https://www.exodusrecovery.com/Psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment services.
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Episcopal Community Services - Friend to Friend619.228.2800http://www.ecscalifornia.org/Homeless adults over the age of 18 diagnosed with a serious mental health condition, including those with co-occurring substance use disorders.
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Family Health Centers of San Diego619-515-2477www.fhcsd.orgFHCSD’s Healthcare for the Homeless Program reduces barriers and increases access to quality health care to those experiencing homelessness by providing primary and emergency medical services. The program also provides dental, vision, mental health, substance use disorder and case management services.
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Father Joe's Villages619-233-8500https://my.neighbor.org/Main campus, St. Vincent de Paul Village, in downtown, is a transitional housing program that offers other services geared toward building life skills and assisting with employment.
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GEO Reentry Services
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Heartland Wellness Recovery Center(619) 440-5133http://www.comresearch.org/serviceDetails.php?id=Ng==Adults 18 and older who have serious mental illness, as well as individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance disorders.
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Downtown/IMPACT(619) 398-2156http://www.comresearch.org/serviceDetails.php?id=Mw==Clients diagnosed with a serious mental illness, as well as individuals with co-occurring, mental health and substance disorders.
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Interfaith Shelter Network(619) 702-5399http://interfaithshelter.org/case-management/Open to those who are clean and sober, free of severe mental illness and willing and able to work on a plan to end their homelessness.
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Jewish Family Services858-637-3373http://secure.jfssd.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_crisis_safe_parkingThe Safe Parking Program provides a welcoming environment, meaningful resources and tools, and dignified support to help families stabilize and transition back into permanent housing.
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LGBT Community Center619-692-2077http://www.thecentersd.org/LGBT community, including men, women, youth, seniors, families, LGBT Latino community members and their families, and those living with HIV.
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McAlister Institute - South Bay Regional Recovery Center619-691-8164www.mcalisterinc.orgMcAlister Institute’s South Bay Regional Recovery is an outpatient program for adults struggling with substance abuse and other drug-related problems, including co-occurring mental health issues. Wraparound services include assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, case management and care coordination, mental health counseling, vocational training, re-entry assistance, ongoing recovery support services, and extensive linkages to community resources. A sliding fee scale is utilized to ensure no one is denied services due to inability to pay.
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MHS - SIP(619) 523-8121 https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/serial-inebriate-program-sip-2/Individuals deemed chronic inebriates treatment in lieu of custody.
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MHS - EC Center for Change(619) 291-1881 https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/east-county-center-for-change-2/The case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s East County Division Adult Drug Court.
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MHS - ACTION CENTRAL(619) 287-8225https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/action-central/Assertive Community Treatment Intensive Outpatient Needs (ACTION) – Central program offers a dual track treatment model for individuals in the central San Diego area who have either been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness or a chronic substance use disorder. We offer medication management and monitoring, individual therapy, outpatient substance abuse treatment, case management, employment support, peer counseling and support, and housing services.
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MHS - ACTION EAST619-383-6868
https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/action-east/
Assertive Community Treatment Intensive Outpatient Needs (ACTION) – Central program offers a dual track treatment model for individuals in the central San Diego area who have either been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness or a chronic substance use disorder. We offer medication management and monitoring, individual therapy, outpatient substance abuse treatment, case management, employment support, peer counseling and support, and housing services.
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MHS - EC Center for Change(619) 579-0947https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/east-county-center-for-change-2/The case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s East County Division Adult Drug Court.
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MHS - SB Center for Change(619) 691-1662 https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/south-county-center-for-change-2/The case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s South County Division Adult Drug Court.
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MHS - SD Center for Change(619) 758-1433https://www.mhsinc.org/listing/san-diego-center-for-change-2/The case management and treatment provider for San Diego’s Central Division Adult Drug Court.
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NAMI SD, Peer Links(619) 543-1434https://namisandiego.org/services/peer-links/Age 18 or older, who have been admitted to UC San Diego’s or Scripps Mercy’s psychiatric inpatient units or selected crisis homes, and who are in need of resources and/or support.
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New Alternatives, THP(858) 277-9550https://www.centerforchildren.org/resources/new-alternatives-transitional-housing-program-plus-thp/Former foster and probation youth.
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Pathfinders(619) 239-7370http://pathfindersrecovery.org/Individuals recovering from the disease of alcoholism, and co-occurring disorders and their families.
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PATH(619) 810-8600http://www.epath.orgPATH is ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. We do this by building affordable housing and providing supportive services throughout California.
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Rachel Women's Center (Catholic Charities)(619) 696-0873https://www.ccdsd.org/?Women age 18 and up; safe and sober environment, bathroom, shower, and laundry facilities, lunch service, clothing, mailing address, alcohol/drug recovery services, mental health and medical screening, health and wellness activities.
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Salvation Army ARC(619) 239-4037https://sandiegoarc.salvationarmy.org/Teaching residents to learn to abandon substance reliance where life skills, transitional housing, and employment assistance are provided.
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Salvation Army, Door of Hope(858) 279-1100https://doorofhope.salvationarmy.org/Homeless women with children.
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Salvation Army, Steps619-699-2216n/aHomeless men, 18+ who can work full time. Clean and sober living, access to resources such as job skill, resume skill classes. Computer, phone and mail services. Clothing and haircut vouchers. The Program is 1 year, with program fees of $350 plus required savings. Curfew and chores are required to stay in the program.
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SD Rescue Mission(619) 687-3720 http://www.sdrescue.org/Homeless, poor and/or addicted men.
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SD Youth Services TAY Academy(858) 277-9550https://www.centerforchildren.org/resources/san-diego-youth-services-tay-academy/Transition aged youth (ages 14-25).
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Second Chance(619) 839-0945https://www.secondchanceprogram.org/At-risk men and women.
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So Bay Community Services(619) 420-3620https://southbaycommunityservices.org/South Bay children, youth and families.
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So Bay Pioneers(619) 426-6344www.sbpioneers.org/South Bay Pioneers is dedicated to providing a safe, structured, residential environment where our residents are provided a proven solution to the malady of alcoholism and substance abuse based on 12-step recovery, service and fellowship.
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Stepping Stone(619) 278-0777https://steppingstonesd.org/Specializing in the challenges of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities.
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Think Dignity(619) 537-8736http://www.thinkdignity.org/Think Dignity's mission is to inspire, empower, and organize our community to advance basic dignity for those living on the streets.
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Tradition One (619)264-0141http://www.traditionone.com/Alcohol and drug rehabilitation program for adult men.
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Turning Point Home(619) 233-0067https://turningpointhome.org/Alcoholic women in achieving long-term sobriety in a safe, supportive and structured alcohol/drug-free environment through guidance and education.
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UPAC(619) 232-6454http://www.upacsd.com/index.php/contact-us/Health and human services to under-served Asian, Pacific Islander, Latino, Middle Eastern, East African, African American and other ethnic populations of San Diego.
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VA Justice Outreach(215) 823-5800https://www.va.gov/homeless/vjo.aspAvoid the unnecessary criminalization of mental illness and extended incarceration among Veterans by ensuring that eligible, justice-involved Veterans have timely access to Veterans Health Administration services, as clinically indicated.
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Veterans Village of San Diego-VVSD(619) 393-2000http://vvsd.net/Assists homeless veterans who have substance abuse and/or mental health issues, including men and women who have recently returned from Iraq and Afghanistan.
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VOA Renaissance Treatment Center(619) 232-9343https://behavioralhealth.voa.org/southwest-alcohol-and-substance-use Individuals with substance abuse addictions (non-medical detox facility). Programs include detoxification (15 days), short (30-90 days) and long term (90-180 days).
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VOA Hawley Veterans Center(619) 561-9808http://www.voasw.orgHawley Veterans Service Center is a residentail Bridge Housing Program in collaboration with the VA, working with homeless / chronically homeless Veterans. Residents here are required to have a viable housing solution and are expected to move into permanent housing within 90 days. We provide support and guidance to help our residents meet and overcome barriers to success.
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YWCA Rapid Rehousing / DV Shelter(619) 239-0355http://www.ywcasandiego.org/get-help/cortez-hill-family-center/Interim shelter and family services for low-income parents with children.
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Specific North Country Homeless Court Approved Programs
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Amity
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Brother Benno’s
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Casa Raphael
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Choices in Recovery
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Community Resource Center
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Dad’s Club
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Green Oak Ranch
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Immersive Recovery
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Interfaith
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New Alternatives
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North County Center for Change
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North County Lifeline
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North Star Act
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Operation Hope
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Serenity House
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Solutions for Change
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VA San Diego Healthcare
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