In this section, you will find resources for teens and young adults who want to participate in recreational and community activities throughout San Diego County, such as local recreation centers, clubhouses for specialized needs, activities for a variety of interests, and volunteer opportunities.
Community Connections offers supportive services (such as transportation, childcare, and interview attire), counseling, and educational and vocational assistance. The center is open Monday through Saturday, and young adults drop in or attend scheduled workshops and individualized tutoring. They also enjoy the basketball court, weight room, movie theater, computers, and special events.
Through the vision, dedication and hard work of our supporters, the North County LGBTQ Resource Center became a reality in November 2011. We will bring together to collaborate ideas, share resources, and extend our profile in our community. We envision the Resource Center as a visible symbol of the LGBT community in North County San […]
The mission of the Youth 2 Youth Center (Y2Y) is to empower youth to make healthy decisions for themselves through guidance, education, and access to services. We provide community education and awareness to the youth aged 12-24 living in the South Bay area of San Diego with strategies to motivate and help change attitudes and […]
A club where gay teenagers can meet each other from 6-8pm on Thursdays.
Our Place Center of Self-Esteem is a non-profit training and support center that empowers children and adults through courses designed to raise the awareness of self and self-esteem to feel good about themselves, to prevent the occurrence of physical, spiritual, or emotional abuse.
PCC’s core activities are multifaceted and include musical concerts, lectures, art exhibitions, dance performances, as well as language, theater, traditional instrument, and art classes. The variety of PCC’s programming draws a diverse patronage extending far beyond San Diego. We seek and welcome all members of the San Diego community and visitors to the City to […]
Project A.W.A.R.E. aims to educate at-risk youths and prepare them to take responsibility for their thoughts and actions. By becoming emotionally literate, learning/developing basic social skills, and through self-examination, our young students will not only better themselves and their school environment, but also become productive members of society and establish themselves as community leaders. Project […]
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 […]
The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center is a 12.4-acre family support, education, recreation, and cultural arts center, made possible by a generous gift by the late philanthropist Mrs. Joan Kroc. The facility is open to members and the general public and serves residents of East San Diego, La Mesa and Lemon […]
The Youth Center’s goal is to provide a safe and positive atmosphere for urban Native American youth in our community.