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The Behavioral Health Urgent Care serves children, teens and their families struggling with urgent emotional and/or behavioral concerns posing a risk to their safety or the safety of others or creating significant impairment in their daily lives.
This program has been made possible by a generous grant from Price Philanthropies.
We serve children and teens ages 5 to 17 in the Mid-City community and surrounding areas. We accept Medi-Cal and private insurance. We are also able to provide services to the uninsured and undocumented.
We see youth experiencing the following concerns:
- Suicidal thoughts
- Psychotic thinking
- Physical aggression or risk of harm to others
- Depression and/or anxiety
- Acute stress reaction
- Co-occurring problems with substance use/abuse
858-966-5484 Visit Website View Map
8 West is a sustainable program with a foundation based on the simple premise of “hope”. When you restore hope, the human spirit becomes indomitable. We not only help homeless youth re-discover what it means to have hope, but the long-term impact of our “homeless to hopeful” model also results in positive, deeply recursive effects throughout the community.
(619) 415-6616 Visit Website View Map
Cornerstone Mental Health Clinics are designed to meet the mental health needs of children ages 5-17 who are Medi-cal eligible or without insurance in San Diego County, by providing individual family group and psychiatric services at the client’s school home or clinic.
(619) 640-3266 Visit Website View Map
The Maternity Shelter Program provides safe, secure and supportive housing with intensive case management services for pregnant and parenting young women who are between 18 and 24 years old, and their dependent children. These women are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless.
(619) 906-4401 Visit Website View Map
A program designed to help youth participants who may struggle with the transition from the highly structured institutional residential environment that comes with being a ward or youth dependent back into society and to their respective home environments. The Wrap team works to identify the strengths in both the youth and in the family to enhance and preserve a positive environment after the transition. The team identifies and utilizes existing strengths to establish stability within the family unit and social support system to merit a court decision to end the youth’s dependency or ward status.
619-281-3706 Visit Website View Map
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(281) 783-8845 Visit Website
Family Self Sufficiency (FSS) coaches partner with unemployed or under-employed San Diegans looking to explore new personal and professional opportunities. Whether you need emergency assistance, help to increase your income, job training, further education, free tax preparation, or guidance finding a new job or career, SAY is here!
(858) 565-4148 Ext. 281 Visit Website View Map
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