San Diego area Support, Health and Crisis Resources

Domestic Violence Support and Prevention Resources, San Diego Area

YMCA Domestic Violence Program
Hot line phone number # 619-234-3164
Operate the Becky House:
"Today, all of the services provided by the Becky's House ® Domestic Violence Programs support the individual's journey from victim to survivor. The program includes a 30-day domestic violence emergency shelter, a 24-Hour emergency hotline, and two 18-month transitional living programs for victims of domestic violence and their families. Services include individual and group counseling, legal assistance, music and art therapies, financial literacy training, and employment and housing services. The Becky's House ® Domestic Violence Programs serve an average of 500 women and children each year"
Can the Law Help Protect Me from Domestic Violence
Publication of the State Bar of California, answerers many legal questions related to domestic violence
San Diego Domestic Advisory Council
Primarily informational
San Diego Family Justice Center

Information and resources
San Diego County Domestic Violence Resources
Word Document, wide variety of resources listed, shelters and hospitals listed
Women’s Resource Center of Oceanside
1963 Apple St.
Oceanside, CA 92054
(760) 757-3500
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotline
(888) 385-4657 – 24 hour toll free crisis line.
Provides shelter, counseling and supportive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Battered women’s shelter and 24 hour hotline available.
Crisis House, El Cajon Resource Center(619) 444-1194   Crisis Intervention
South Bay Community Resource Center - 24 Hour Hotline (800) 640-2933 or (619) 420-3620
Women’s Resource Guide The Women’s Resource Committee currently publishes the Women’s Resource Guide of San Diego County. The guide is a listing of detailed referrals for pregnant women and for women with small children. The majority of the guide’s listings are agencies that serve low-income women. Major referral headings include: Hotlines; Medical Care; Special Needs Children; Financial Assistance and Material Needs; Housing; Adoption Services; Legal Assistance; Pregnancy Education; Childbirth Preparation; Recovery Programs, Counseling and Support Groups; Immigrant and Refugee Women; Domestic Violence; Military Families; College Women; and Youth.
California/National Domestic Violence Hotline (800) 799-SAFE (7233) 24 hour/7 days
Safe at Home (877) 322-5227 Survivors of domestic violence may keep their home addresses confidential through this state program.
San Diego Domestic Violence Hotline (888) 305-7233 Provides crisis counseling and referrals to shelter for females.
Center for Community Relations : 1-888-DVLINKS (385-4657)    provides counseling, legal services, emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis intervention

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Foster youth flyer for EOPS
Scholarship Directory
for America's Latino Students
2008 Scholarship Guide
MALDEF Scholarships
AB 540 Student Guide 2007
Emancipation Resource Guide 11/13/2009
for Foster Youth who are Aging Out, excellent 82 page guide
Affordable Housing, courtesy of the San Diego Foundation
University of California Resources for Former Foster Youth, covers all UC campuses,
Presented at the UC, Ensuring Transfer Success Conference 2009

Behavioral Health

-Goldberg Depression Questionnaire, Are you suffering from depression?
-How to Heal Depression by Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D.
-Network of Care for Behavioral Health
-Psychiatric/Psychological/Counseling/LD Service Care Provider Info. - San Diego Area, Provided by Jill Jansen, Mesa DSPS, excel spreadsheet

Drugs and Alcohol
-20 questions are you an alcoholic
-Recovery Resources On-Line

12 Step Programs
-Alcoholics Anonymous AA
-AA Meetings in San Diego County
-Narcotics Anonymous NA
-Overeaters Anonymous OA
-Adult Children of Alcoholics ACA
-Co-Dependents Anonymous
-Debtors Anonymous

Other Self Help Services
St.Mary's self help clearinghouse

Physical Health

-County Medical Services brochure pdf

Career Services

Career Services for Convicted Felons (Goodwill)

211 is San Diego's primary source for community, health and disaster information.
Crisis Team phone number 1(800) 479-3339
non-emergency number for San Diego dial 211
211 Web site

-California Suicide and Crisis Prevention Hotline
-Emergency Response and Crisis Intervention
-Crisis and Emergency Services directory


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The Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP) is a collaboration of San Diego health care systems, hospitals, community clinics, insurers, physicians, universities, community benefit organizations and the County of San Diego who are dedicated to a common vision. Formed in 1995, CHIP is organized under the auspices of the Hospital Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties.

CHIP Health Connection brochure
A Roadmap for Behavioral health and Related Services in the San Diego Area



DSM-IV-TR® On-Line Manual
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

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