Addresses the social, health, educational, and economic challenges of adolescent pregnancy by providing comprehensive case management services to expectant and parenting youth.
An outreach program that works with underserved communities to talk about mental wellness.
Assistance for individuals and families in crisis, including resource navigation, service coordination, and one-on-one support.
Our prevention and family preservation strategies will help you navigate the child welfare system, connect to community resources, and increase your network of support—all with the goal of keeping your children safe and your family together.
For individuals experiencing domestic violence. Services include: counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning, and resource coordination.
With COVID-19, social unrest, and an emerging recession, guaranteed income is an ideal program to address the experience of child poverty both in the current moment and beyond.
The Center for Jewish Care offers critical relief services and free resources for individuals and families in the Jewish community who need assistance.
The JFS-David Rubenstein Memorial Scholarship provides grants to students from San Diego’s Jewish Community who plan to attend college or vocational school.
Our advocates protect patients who are receiving behavioral health services from abuse, neglect, discrimination, and other rights violations.
Helps parents find positive solutions to common childhood behavior issues, reducing parent-child conflict and preparing children for school success.
The Safe Parking Program provides a safe and welcoming environment for unsheltered families and individuals living in their cars, many of whom have recently found themselves homeless for the first time.