Helps refugees find host families, secure safe and affordable housing, enroll children in school, navigate rent and transportation, health screenings, English language classes, translation services, job assistance and non-emergency medical transportation.
Provides services in collaboration with Linda Vista Elementary and Carson Elementary Schools to improve the health, academic achievement, and social development of children by providing resources, parent workshops, academic tutoring and homework assistance.
Helps transition people from welfare to work by providing temporary cash assistance to eligible families with minor children, and to move them from dependency to self-sufficiency through employment.
Provides emergency services to San Diego County individuals and families in need, including food, showers, backpacks, clothing and referrals, and in some cases, counseling to assist in the transition to self-reliance.
In partnership with SAY, ensures that students from the Crawford cluster schools are connected with the New Arrivals Support Program for immigrants, refugees, and asylees, the PSRO and First 5 First Steps. Provides a San Diego County service eligibility worker to assist with MediCal, Cal Fresh and CalWorks enrollment, access to medical and dental assistance, public benefit screenings, and parent and child development services.
The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank partners with eight nonprofits to distribute diapers throughout the county. Each location may have different eligibility criteria to receive diapers.
Provides low-cost services to people with disabilities and low-income individuals, Free basic computer training class referrals, low-cost refurbished computers and laptops, and Internet service with no contract or credit check.
Serves all students in the Clairemont and Madison cluster schools with resources for emergency food, medical and dental assistance, military family supports, public benefits screenings and parent and child development services through the support of the SAY/Serra Real Connections team.
Insurance help, healthcare assistance, resource case management, food, clothing, community outreach, mental health resources and crisis intervention, and childcare resources for the SDUSD Hoover cluster of schools.
Self-sufficiency services include counseling, case management, financial services/workforce development, food security, breast cancer management, housing and homeless services, refugee resettlement and immigration, and positive parenting program.
Serves all SDUSD/SAY students and families in the Valencia Park, Perry Elementary and Bayview neighborhoods with resources for emergency food, medical and dental assistance, military family supports, public benefits screenings, and parent and child development services.
Offers insurance help, healthcare assistance, resource case management, food, clothing, community outreach, mental health resources and crisis intervention, and childcare resources for Roosevelt Middle, Sherman Academy and Ocean Beach Elementary.
Provides emergency services to individuals and families in need who meet eligibility requirements, including food distribution, diapers, hygiene kits, spiritual counseling, resume writing, parenting classes, ESL classes, partial scholarships to Kroc programs and more. Serves zip codes: 91941-91946, 92105, 92115, 92119, 92120, 92182.
Application for a lowered gas and electricity rate for residential customers with a family member with a qualifying disability, compromised immune system or life threatening disease.
SDUSD/SAY family resource center at Canyon Hills High School serving all students in Tierrasanta/Murphy Canyon with 1:1 student attendance and behavioral support, peer tutoring with UCSD, peer support groups, resources for food, medical and dental assistance, public benefits screenings, and parent and child development services.
Support the Enlisted Project (STEP) works with community partners to bring the spirit of the holidays to E1-E6 active duty and recently discharged veteran military families experiencing financial hardship. Priority is given for first-time applicants and E1-E4 families.
Annual holiday adoption program for active duty, active reserve or recently veteraned families experiencing hardship during the holidays (and not receiving assistance from similar programs). Families must be willing to 1) share photos of all family members with the program, 2) pick up gifts, and 3) write thank-you notes. Apply before Thanksgiving.
Oceanside, CA 92056