August 2, 2017

San Diego County Community Resources

If emergency medical or psychiatric care is needed, call 9-1-1 or go to the emergency room or the nearest hospital.

Alcoholics Anonymous: https://www.aa.org/. 12-Step. Find AA meetings near you here.

Refuge Recovery: http://www.refugerecovery.org/. Buddhist Path to Recovery. Find meetings here.

North Coastal Family Resource: 1315 Union Plaza Ct, Oceanside, CA 92054 Phone: (866) 262-9881. EBT, Cal FRESH, CalWorks, Medi-Cal

San Diego Access and Crisis Line: Phone: (888) 724-7240 Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. The San Diego Access and Crisis Line serves as a suicide prevention/intervention hotline. It provides mental health crisis intervention, information and referral to mental health services in San Diego County, including referrals to mental health care professionals who accept Medi-Cal and those who do not have health insurance. It also provides information and referrals to County Drug and Alcohol treatment and recovery services for adults, adolescents and pregnant and parenting women who are receiving Medi-Cal or who do not have health insurance. Calls are FREE, confidential and answered by trained professionals. Service is available in multiple languages. For live chat, Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm go to http://up2sd.org/.

2-1-1 San Diego: Phone: 2-1-1 This hotline connects people with community, health and disaster services through a free, 24/7 stigma-free phone service and searchable online database. 2-1-1 serves the entire population of San Diego County as the only free, confidential, dialing code service in San Diego. Domestic Violence Hotline & Resources: (888) 385-4657 This 24/7 countywide domestic violence hotline provides confidential support, safety planning and referrals. Call 2-1-1 for referrals to local domestic violence shelters. Contact the San Diego Domestic Violence Council at www.sddvc.org.

LGBTQ: The Trevor Project : The Trevor Project is a national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth and young adults, ages 13–24, over the phone, online and via text. Trevor Lifeline (24/7): (866) 488-7386 TrevorText: Text the word “Trevor” to (202) 304-1200 to text with a trained counselor on Fridays from 1–5 p.m.

TrevorChat: Confidential chat service with a trained volunteer counselor available 7 days a week, from 12 noon –6 p.m. http://www.thetrevorproject.org/

Elder Multicultural Access and Support Services (EMASS): Phone: (760) 233-1984 This program provides education, referrals, benefits advocacy, peer counseling, transportation services, as well as home and community based services for older adults.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER (NORTH COUNTY) WWW.SANDIEGOCOUNTY.GOV
7:00AM – 5:00PM MON – FRI
1315 UNION PLAZA COURT
OCEANSIDE, CA 92054
– CALWORKS
– CAPI
– EBT/FOODSTAMPS
– GENERAL RELIEF
– MEDICAL

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES WWW.SANDIEGOCOUNTY.GOV
MON,TUE,FRI, 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Thursday 8:00AM – 11:30AM
104 S. BARNES OCEANSIDE, CA 92054
– STD/HEPATITIS PREVENTION
– EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
– HIV COUSELING AND TESTING
– TB CLINIC

OCEANSIDE SECTION 8 HOUSING WWW.CIOCEANSIDE.CA.US

BIRTH CERTIFICATES WWW.AARC.SDCOUNTY.CA.GOV
SAN MARCOS BRANCH OFFICE
141 E. CARMEL ST. SAN MARCOS, CA 92078
MONDAY – FRIDAY 8:00AM – 5:00PM
760-630-1219

CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES WWW.SANDIEGOCOUNTY.GOV
– ESTABLISH PATERNITY
– ESTABLISH CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT ORDERS
– ENFORCE / MODIFY CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT ORDERS
– MAKE AND RECEIVE PAYMENTS

FEDERAL STUDENT AID – FAFSA WWW.FAFSA.ED.GOV

DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION WWW.REHAB.CAWNET.GOV
570 RANCHEROS DRIVE, SUITE 170
SAN MARCOS, CA 92069 JARED GALEAI 760-510-4719
– HOMELESS BENEFITS
– DISABILITY
– JOBS
– VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
– CO-OCCURING JOB PLACEMENT

MTS/BUS PASS/TRAIN PASS/ TROLLEY PASS WWW.GONCTD.COM

FOOD DRIVES

Direct Distribution Sites:

Vista Samoan Church
1175 Melrose Way, Vista, CA  92081 
(760) 758-8720.
Details:
 Food Distribution at Vista Samoan Church 1st, 3rd, and 5th Monday of every month @ 2:00pm until all food is distributed.

The Movement Church
1609 Capalina Road, San Marcos, CA 92069
Details:
 Community Food Distribution at The Movement Church every 1st, and 3rd, Tuesday of the Month from 1:00 pm to 2:30pm

Mission Vida Nueva at Pioneer Elementary School, 980 N. Ash St. Escondido, CA  92027
Details: 
Community Food Distribution at Pioneer Elementary School:  Individuals pick-up tickets between 7-8am to reserve their space in line for food distribution on Saturday’s starting at 2pm.

Pauma Community Food Distribution.
Tribes 4 Christ 
22000 Highway 76
Pauma Valley, CA. 92061
 (760) 533-9719
Details:
 Community Food Distribution is every 4th Monday of the month from 3:00pm to 4:30pm.

Escondido Community Food Distribution – Buckheart Ranch
16881 Old Survey Rd, Escondido, CA  
(760) 533-9719
Details:
 Community Food Distribution is every Friday from 5:00 pm until all food is distributed.

Oceanside Community Food Distribution – Family Fellowship (760) 439-1971
420 N El Camino Real, Oceanside, CA  92058
Details:
 Community Food Distribution is the 2nd Monday of each month from 2pm until all food is distributed.

Turning Point Crisis Center (Short Term Acute Residential Treatment (START) Crisis Centers)
1738 South Tremont Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 439-2800
Director: Debon McGill, Psy.D.
DMcGill@comresearch.org

Casa Pacifica (Transitional Residential)
321 Cassidy Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 721-2171
Director: Victoria Garcia
VGarcia@comresearch.org

Vista Balboa Crisis Center
545 Laurel Street
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 233-4399
Director: Dan Maccia, Psy.D.
dmaccia@comresearch.org

Alvarado Parkway Institute:
7050 Parkway Dr.
La Mesa, CA 91942
619-465-4411

Center for Community Solutions
San Diego: 4508 Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA 92109
El Cajon: 460 N. Magnolia Ave., El Cajon, CA
(619) 697-7477
Escondido: 240 S. Hickory St., Ste. 110, Escondido, CA
(760) 747-6282
Contact: Candace Powell, Director of Clinical Services
(619) 697-7477 (phone); (858) 272-5361 (fax)

Program Description: Outpatient facilities providing multidisciplinary services specializing in treatment and services for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence and general issues.

Community Research Foundation
Administrative Office
1202 Morena Blvd., Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 275-1422

Program Description: Community Research Foundation is a San Diego-based not-for-profit corporation providing behavioral health services to adults, children and families. They operate 29 programs offering a wide range of services including: Outpatient programs serving adults, children, youth and families; Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) programs targeting homeless individuals with psychiatric disabilities, often including co-occurring substance-related problems; short-term acute residential treatment (START) programs which provide an alternative to voluntary acute psychiatric hospitalization; a transitional residential program; and a supported housing program.

Generate Hope
4025 Camino Del Rio South #300
San Diego, CA 92108
Contact:  Susan Munsey, LCSW susan@generatehope.org
(619) 818-4026 (phone); (619) 342-7508 (fax)

Program Description: At Generate Hope they work with women who have been sex trafficked to rehabilitate them from the traumas of the sex trade. They typically deal with such things as homelessness, histories of child abuse & neglect, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder & much more.

McAlister Institute
1400 North Johnson, Suite 101
El Cajon, CA 92020
Contact: Jeanne McAlister, CEO
(619) 442-0277 *105 (phone); (619) 442-1101 (fax)

Program Description: McAlister Institute is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing high quality, low cost, substance abuse services within the communities it serves. The McAlister Institute has a number of residential and outpatient treatment programs for adolescents and adults.

New Alternatives – THP+
2535 Kettner Blvd. Ste. 1A-4
San Diego, CA 92101
Contact: Klea Galasso,  Senior Program Director
(619) 615-0701 (phone); (619) 255-2643 (fax)

Program Description: The mission of New Alternatives- Transitional Housing Program Plus (THP+) is to assist and empower former foster and probation youth as they transition into adulthood by providing safe and affordable housing and comprehensive, individualized support services. As a participant-driven program, THP+ supports youth in fostering their unique talents. THP+ affords participants the greatest amount of freedom while actively working toward personal goals.  THP+ is a division on New Alternatives Inc., and is a state-funded, County Contracted Program.

 

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