The San Diego County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) provides occupational training courses to help individuals acquire entry level job skills, upgrade or retrain, and/or prepare for advanced technical training. ROP Centers provide information about courses. Services include training in job seeking/keeping skills. Program duration for typical successful client may be up to 1 year.
The Foster Youth and Homeless Education Services Unit responds to, assists, and empowers all systems that support students who are in foster care or are homeless. FYS Programs are designed to prepare foster youth to become successful, self-sufficient and independent adults.
Three times each year on Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, San Diego Rescue Mission opens its doors to the homeless, poor and lonely men, women and children in the San Diego Community. These special events offer hundreds of home-cooked meals and entertainment for those who might otherwise have no food, companionship or celebration during the holidays. In addition to meals, guests are provided praise and worship music and small care packages. Items for children include toys, hygiene products and clothing.
The Hand Up Food Pantry focuses on helping people get back on their feet. Not only do we provide food to thousands of San Diegans facing hunger, but by including case managers at distribution sites we open the door to the array of vital services offered at Jewish Family Service. The Hand Up Youth Food Pantry delivers food to several locations throughout San Diego County. Food is distributed once a week at St. Paul’s Cathedral downtown, once a month at Camp Pendleton and Murphy Canyon Military Housing, and as needed to our clients at Chabad Downtown, College Avenue Center, Foodmobile, JFS Turk Family Center, and JFS North County Coastal office.
Food Pantry. Bring your own bags. No ID verification needed.
Thursday: Co-op 20lbs of meat for 20$ (pre-order 9am-11am) pick up: 4:30-6pm
Friday: $2 pick up (12:30-2pm)
Sunday: 3$ pick up (11:15am)
Using hands-on experiences to combat the epidemic of hunger, malnutrition, obesity and chronic disease, our Food Security programs give our at-risk community access to education, food distributions, and hot meals. CalFresh (SNAP) outreach and enrollment is also built into every food program.
(Bayside’s Supplemental food distribution days and hours: Tuesdays from 12-2pm and Thursdays from 10-12pm)
San Ysidro Health Center (SYHC) is a non-profit organization fully committed to providing the highest quality, most compassionate, easily accessible and affordable health care services for the entire family. SYHC’s unique services include the San Diego Children’s Dental Center at Rady Children’s Hospital offering oral care for medically fragile children, the Adult Special Needs Dental Clinic housed within SYHC’s King Chavez Health Center, Urgent Care services located at Chula Vista Medical Plaza, and Mi Clinica – SYHC’s retail clinic at Northgate Gonzalez Market. Sites are located throughout the South Bay (National City, Chula Vista and San Ysidro), Southeast San Diego, and El Cajon.
The Common Scholarship Application uses one online application to access more than 100 scholarships.
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), the need to find healthcare providers by consumers as well as medical billers and coders has dramatically increased. One of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act requires all providers of medical or other items or services & suppliers that qualify for a National Provider Identifier (NPI) to include their NPI number on all applications to enroll in the Medicare and Medicaid programs and on all claims for payment submitted under the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
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