Kiva is a long-term residential treatment program for women, with and without children, who are seeking help for alcohol and other drug addiction.
The City of San Diego Park & Recreation Department offers a variety of recreational activities and programs for both children and adults. Most of these activities and programs take place at our recreation centers and pools but some of them take place in our regional parks.
See website for the phone number of the recreation center nearest to you.
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The Safe Parking Program provides a safe parking environment and supportive services for transitional homeless living in their vehicles for overnight stays. Family advocates construct an action plan with each participant placing emphasis on permanent housing solutions, employment, training, emergency supports and asset stabilization and building.
Please call (619) 497-0236 before arriving at a location.
Balboa Ave, CA (Call for exact location.)
The California Youth Crisis Line (CYCL) operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week as the statewide emergency response system for youth (ages 12-24) and families in crisis.Professionally-trained staff and volunteer counselors respond to 20,000 calls annually with crisis intervention counseling and resource referrals to service providers in the caller’s local community.
Walden’s Transitional Housing Program + Foster Care is a licensed comprehensive transitional housing program that provides services in the form of supervised apartment or host family living.
Helping our clients learn to help themselves. It’s critical to our operating philosophy, and is immediately evident in our sober living facilities. With eight alcohol and drug free homes owned and operated by Second Chance in the San Diego area, residents can be housed in a supportive environment as they transition to permanent employment and housing. They learn to care appropriately for their living space as on-site resident managers oversee tenant and property maintenance at each house.
The Oasis Clubhouse is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. Members and visitors are welcome to drop in any time during business hours. Tours of the Clubhouse are also available by appointment for visitors or new members. The Oasis Clubhouse is member-run and our dynamic programming targets the unique needs of Transition Age Youth.
TAY Academy provides a safe, inclusive, youth-led environment planned at multiple locations throughout San Diego County. The program is a collaborative effort between SDYS, YMCA, and South Bay Community Services to offer resources and give support to transition aged youth (ages 14-25). TAY Academy is designed to be a one-stop center for comprehensive services and support on their journey to independence and self-sufficiency. TAY Academy is a “HUB” for transition age youth in accessing resources, focusing on environmental and personal safety. TAY Academy is dedicated to serving at-risk youth in a manner which is knowledgeable of, and sensitive to, the trauma occurring in their lives. Youth from all interest groups and cultural backgrounds are welcome at each center.
Outpatient biopsychosocial rehabilitation (BPSR) program with enhanced services for TAY. The BPSR Wellness Recovery Center’s services are based on the principles of psychosocial rehabilitation, with emphasis on attending to the whole person and re-establishing one’s life as a result of the consequences of mental illness, rather than simply attending to the symptoms of the illness. The services focus on recovery, rehabilitation, and community integration, and are individualized to meet the needs of each client. Clients actively participate in setting service plan goals and are encouraged to involve family and significant others in the recovery plan. Referrals may be initiated by any individual, concerned family member, social service provider or school teacher/counselor by calling the program directly.
MHS BPSR Vista Clinic Transitional Age Youth (TAY) program is a case management wraparound program designed to provide mental health and rehabilitation services specifically for young adults ages 18-24, diagnosed with serious mental illness. Our TAY program helps youth to achieve independence and self-sufficiency, as it builds upon their individual strengths. BPSR (bio-psychosocial rehabilitation) is a model that treats the whole person. Instead of addressing only the symptoms of mental illness, BPSR helps clients recover from the illness and its consequences. With this focus on recovery, BPSR provides rehabilitation and community integration services that meet the individual needs of each client served.