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Below are 30 shelters for homeless in San Diego, CA County.

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Day Drop-in Center
San Diego, CA - 92110
(619) 221-8600

San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a non-profit charitable organization that since founded, has stabilized the lives of over 500,000 homeless, runaway, abused and at-risk youth in the San Diego area. Launched in 1970 when volunteers established one of the first runaway youth shelters in America, SDYS now provides intensive services to more than 12,000 children and their families each year. This nationally recognized agency offers emergency services, safe places to live and long-term solutions for kids “on their own” by providing shelters, group homes, foster homes, community centers and transitional housing. Professional help for high risk youth is provided at all 14 major locations in San Diego County.Our Mission is to help at-risk youth and their families become self-sufficient and reach their highest potential.

Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - New Resolve Residential Program
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 745-7829

VVSD provides a continuum of care with a full range of comprehensive and innovative services for military veterans

Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - Focus/disabilities Transitional Housing Program (for Veterans)
El Cajon, CA - 92020
(619) 444-9926

Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - Welcome Home Family Program
San Diego, CA - 92114
(619) 264-7401

VVSD's first-of-its kind Welcome Home Family Program provides homeless families with the tools necessary to set and attain goals leading to independence.The Welcome Home Family Program provides the necessary life skills such as positive parenting and community involvement, in a clean and sober supportive environment to strengthen, encourage and prepare families in transition from dysfunctional unhealthy living and active addiction to becoming drug free productive healthy successful families.

Ywca Of San Diego - Becky's House (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92101
619239035525

Mission-“For more than 100 years, the YWCA has been committed to helping those families facing dire conditions – women and children living with domestic violence and families living on the street – to find permanent solutions to their challenges and regain their power…We believe our role is to help them identify the cause behind their situation and help them determine the best course of action for a stable, independent, and successful future...This is how you get true, lasting change.”

Ywca Of San Diego - Cortez Hill Family Center
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 239-0355

“I am a single dad who moved into the Cortez Hill Family Center with my 12-year-old son. At the time I entered the program, it was difficult for me to continue working due to my deteriorating health. The YWCA helped me get the proper medical treatment and I was able to maintain my employment and continue attending school. The Cortez Hill Family Center is a wonderful program that doesn’t just provide a handout, but is a true support system for those in need.”

North County Solutions For Change - Solutions Family Center
Vista, CA - 92083
(760) 941-6545

North County Solutions for Change was founded in 1999 by social entrepreneurs Chris and Tammy Megison because they didn’t think it was right for babies to be sleeping on the floor of an emergency winter shelter. Prior to starting up Solutions for Change, the Megison’s developed and directed work and housing programs that helped thousands of homeless men get jobs, pay rent and earn their way back into society through an intense boot camp style program. Their most notable achievement was recognized as being the creators of one of North County’s most successful social purpose microenterprises, the North County Times Hawker program (those guys selling papers on the streets). Chris and Tammy built the program from the ground up and over its first seven years built it into one of the most successful newspaper street selling operations in the nation, expanding it to three other daily newspapers in 18 cities in San Diego, Orange County and LA. 

San Diego Rescue Mission - Women And Children's Center (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92138
(619) 619-1845

While our focus is on serving the comprehensive needs of an individual, the fact remains that there are some situations where the homeless – specifically women and their children – first need to find a safe place to spend the night.

Interfaith Community Services - Transitional Housing Apartments & Merle's Place (for Veterans)
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

Interfaith provides transitional housing for 32 families in two-bedroom, two bath apartments. Each family works closely with our staff Client Advocates to gain life skills training, vocational assistance, and counseling, as needed, to identify and overcome barriers that have kept them from being self-sufficienct.

Interfaith Community Services - Family Housing
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 520-8309

Family Housing:Interfaith provides transitional housing for 32 families in two-bedroom, two bath apartments. Each family works closely with our staff Client Advocates to gain life skills training, vocational assistance, and counseling, as needed, to identify and overcome barriers that have kept them from being self-sufficienct.

People From Bondage Ministry
Oceanside, CA - 92054
(760) 966-0057

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Interfaith Shelter Network - El Nido (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92105
(619) 563-9878

El Nido ("the nest" in Spanish) is our transitional living program for homeless victims of domestic violence and their families. Located in central San Diego, in a confidential site for safety reasons, the project offers stability in housing while allowing the residents to offer emotional support to each other and less isolation during this stressful time in their lives. It also is respectful of residents' autonomy and provides as close to a real-life scenario as possible. 

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Angel Home
San Diego, CA - 92110
(619) 221-8600

San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a nationally recognized, comprehensive non-profit organization that has helped stabilize the lives of more than a half million young people and their families since 1970. Every day we work to fight the tragedies of homeless youth and youth in crisis. We administer our programs from fifteen locations throughout San Diego County

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Take Wing (for Young Adults 16 To 24)
San Diego, CA - 92110
619221861028

Take Wing Transitional Living Program (TLP) is an apartment complex located in the Sports Arena/Point Loma area of San Diego that offers transitional housing for homeless youth, including parenting youth, throughout the County for up to 18 cumulative months. The program provides 33 semi-furnished 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Program goals and objectives focus on each youth's transition to self-sufficiency and successful investment in a sense of community.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Joan Kroc Center
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 233-8500

The Joan Kroc Center (JKC) was built in 1983 at a cost of 11 million dollars. It is an 110,510 square foot 3 story mission style building with an interior courtyard and underground secured parking. The JKC hosts interim and transitional housing for up to 70 families and transitional housing for 65 single women. Residents who are working to reunify with their children may also access the Reunification Room. JKC amenities include a kitchen and dining room (which doubles as a basketball court or large event space, as needed), on-site laundry facilities, TV lounges, quiet/study room, indoor and outdoor play areas, a multi-media teen space, meeting rooms, staff offices and addiction treatment group meeting rooms.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Bishop Maher Center (for Men)
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 687-1074

16th & Market Workforce Affordable Housing is a 136-unit modern housing community composed of one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Units feature granite countertops, central heating and air and balconies. Two laundry rooms, children's play areas, an exercise room, a bike storage room and a computer lab are also available for tenant use. An outdoor, second-story community area includes a play area, barbeque grills and comfortable seating. Underground secured parking and two elevators are also available.

Father Joe's Villages - National Aids Foundation/josue Homes (hiv/aids)
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 446-2100

Josue Homes is San Diego County’s first and largest non-hospice care provider for people with HIV/AIDS. Since 1988, Josue Homes has been among the vanguard of service providers for San Diegans who are homeless and HIV-positive. A division of Father Joe’s Villages, Josue Homes provides housing for those with HIV or AIDS who are seeking help getting back on their feet.

Father Joe's Villages - A Children's Village
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 446-2100

Ywca Of San Diego - Passages (for Women)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 239-0355

Passages is a three-phase, 24 month program for homeless women. With a strong emphasis on counseling and career development, the program is designed to provide single homeless women with the tools necessary to obtain employment and stable housing.

Volunteers Of America Of Southwest California - Carlton G. Luhman Center For Supportive Living
El Cajon, CA - 92020
(619) 447-2428

Center provides transitional shelter services and hotel vouchers for homeless individuals and families, as well as one-bedroom apartment living with coordinated services for disabled seniors who were previously homeless. Another component of the center offers housing and supportive care for higher-functioning adult males with mental disabilities.

Volunteers Of America Of Southwest California - Hawley Center For Supportive Living
El Cajon, CA - 92021
(619) 561-9808

Center provides therapeutic treatment to residents with a chronic mental illness and a co-occurring disorder linked to substance abuse.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - San Diego Stabilization Center (for Men)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 234-6218

Provides quality care and supportive services for adult males who are experiencing difficulties following transition from an incarcerated environment to civilian life. By participating in this program, residents are stabilized and work on issues affecting their parole status. The goal of the program is to equip clients with the personal skills and tools to become productive members of society. Program services include employment placement, educational assistance, anger management, family reunification, substance abuse counseling and community referrals.

Interfaith Community Services - Home Project
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

Interfaith implements comprehensive programs to provide basic needs, social services, counseling, and economic development to empower the disadvantaged in our community.”

Interfaith Community Services - Harmony Place & Eagle's Point
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

This program offers subsidized housing for homeless, mentally ill individuals.  Harmony is a seven-unit building consisting of one-bedroom/one bath apartments, whereas Eagle’s Point are one-bedroom/one-bath apartments that are in another neighborhood. Both offer reduced rental rates.  An onsite resident manager is there to help provide life skills instruction as well as organize community activities to connect residents to one another.

Senior Community Center - Potiker Family Senior Residence (for Seniors 62+)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 235-6572

The Transitional Housing Program connects homeless seniors with case managers who provide them with access to housing, meals and counseling. Clients work with their case manager to set up individualized case plans with mutually agreed upon goals toward achieving stable housing and successful independent living. For ten years, our “housing first” model has successfully helped more than 1,000 seniors in our community.  

Senior Community Center - City Heights Square (for Seniors 62+)
San Diego, CA - 92105
(877) 591-9737

The Transitional Housing Program connects homeless seniors with case managers who provide them with access to housing, meals and counseling. Clients work with their case manager to set up individualized case plans with mutually agreed upon goals toward achieving stable housing and successful independent living. For ten years, our “housing first” model has successfully helped more than 1,000 seniors in our community.  

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Village Place
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 233-8500

Village Place is a cozy community of 47 one- and 2 two-bedroom units on two floors. Each unit is furnished and opens to a shared court yard. There is a laundry room and community room available for all tenants. Tenants may participate in the Tenant Council, a Neighborhood Watch program and various community events.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Villa Harvey Mandel
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 233-8500

Villa Harvey Mandel is a conveniently located nine-story high-rise that contains an elevator, 85 efficiency and 5 one-bedroom units. Each floor has a laundry room and each unit has granite kitchen countertops and central heat and air. Tenants benefit from on-site resident management and may participate in a community Tenant Council, a Neighborhood Watch program and various community events. Limited secured parking is also available.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Palomar Apartments
Chula Vista, CA - 91911
(619) 426-6303

A 168-unit residential apartment facility that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals and families.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Troy Center For Supportive Living (for The Disabled)
Spring Valley, CA - 91977
(619) 465-8792

Provides quality mental health treatment services and residential care for mentally disabled adults.

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