Interfaith Community Services: Inland Service Center

Interfaith Community Services, was founded in 1982 by a handful of diverse faith communities to address the needs of low-income, homeless, and underserved people in North San Diego County. Separately, these congregations were providing relief to people in need, but by creating Interfaith they were better able to collaborate to make a bigger impact on the needs of people in our community. As participation grew, Interfaith evolved into broad continuum of programs and services that provides the tools and resources people in crisis need to stabilize and rebuild their lives. These programs are organized into nine main areas: food and basic needs, shelters and housing, family and social services, employment services, children and youth programs, senior services, veterans assistance, addiction recovery, and community connections. Under these department headings are numerous programs covering a broad spectrum of support. Programs are designed to overlap so that each client receives as many services as necessary for his/her specific situation.

Services:

Transitional Youth Academy and job readiness programming, food and basic needs assistance, employment services, shelters, supportive and transitional housing programs, social services, Veterans services, youth programs, senior services, addiction recovery services, and volunteer opportunities. Walk-in Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 am to 10:00 am. Interfaith centers are closed the first Friday of every month.

Payment Options:

Low or no cost.

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