Whether you are a biological parent or guardian of a child, you have probably gone to great lengths to protect that young person from illness and injury. Yet having a child succumb to the disease of addiction can still come as a shock, leaving families unprepared for the consequences. Parents often find that they blame themselves or each other for a child’s substance abuse, or that they resent their teenager for getting involved with a “bad” crowd of kids or for disobeying household rules.
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The League has two homes in Bankers Hill/Hillcrest area, offering transitional housing for 34 mentally ill, homeless and/or abused women. Referral to the housing program comes from psychiatric hospitals, crisis homes and social service agencies throughout the County. The women have three meals prepared daily by our staff. Each home is staffed 24-hours a day.
Third Avenue Charitable Organization, a social ministry born out of First Lutheran Church, provides a safe and welcoming place where healing of mind, body, and spirit can happen for any and all who come. In operation every week of the year, it welcomes all people in need, regardless of religion, for free meals, medical and dental care, and mental health services.
SDRM Offers residential recovery programs, emergency shelter for women and children, recuperative care and transitional housing. It offers hunger relief and holiday meals, an outpatient therapy clinic, supportive services for program alumni, and educational/awareness programs
FHCSD provides a Healthcare for the Homeless program to allow the homeless in San Diego to access medical and health services including primary care, vision, dental, mental health care, and a variety of support groups.
ECS Downtown and Uptown Safe Havens are residential facilities that provide food, transitional housing, case management, and supportive services to chronically homeless single adults with moderate to severe mental health issues.
Friend to Friend (F2F) serves homeless adults diagnosed with a mental illness in central San Diego. F2F members work with staff to set personal goals and create individual life plans with the overall goal of regaining health and independence. Staff assist members in working toward their goals and identifying relevant referrals. Assistance is available in areas such as income, housing, education, employment, and mental and physical health.