From Community Service to Counseling, SBCS has a comprehensive array of programs for youth and teens to help support them in reaching their full potential.
To learn more about how SBCS can support your family, visit our Youth and Family Development Department.Learn More »
Volunteers of all ages help SBCS provide more children, youth and families in our community with the services they need to succeed.
During this economic downturn, volunteer help is critically needed in order to provide the basic services sought by so many.More Information »
Sometimes, not only is there no extra - there isn't enough. SBCS offers a multitude of programs to assist families with one of life's most basic necessities - food.
To get food assistance or to learn how you can help, contact SBCS at: (619) 420-3620More Information »
Eastside Sequel is South Bay Community Services' newest creative venture.
Inspired by a committee of community leaders wanting to find a new way to make a difference in the lives of children affected by family violence, Eastside Sequel was born as a resale boutique benefiting children affected by Family ViolenceInformation and Coupons »
Childhood is the foundation upon which life is built. The healthier that foundation, the greater the possibility of success and happiness.
SBCS' Child Well Being Department is dedicated to this belief.More Information »
From Community Service to Counseling, South Bay Community Services has a comprehensive array of programs for youth and teens to help support them in reaching their full potential and give their best to themselves and their community.More Information »
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Know your rights! To learn more, visit our Youth & Family Development page.
Supporting our community: Cradle, to College, to Career.
From emergency shelters and food programs to family counseling.
Together we can build strong families and strong communities!
Changing lives. Restoring hope. Building a stronger community. Since 1971, SBCS has been providing programs and services to the whole family. With more than 200 staff members at locations throughout the South Bay - including schools, resources centers and police departments – SBCS is there when community needs it most. While the times have changed, our objective has always remained the same: to provide a place for people to create the best life they can for themselves.
SBCS will be collecting hygiene kits to hand out to homeless individuals in the South Bay during San Diego County’s annual homeless count, We All Count. Hygiene kits commonly contain items such as soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, combs, nail clippers, and band-aids. Please feel free to drop off your unused items or fully assembled kits to SBCS’s administrative offices at 196 Landis Avenue in Chula Vista until January 23rd. Ziploc bags will also be helpful to put together unassembled kits. This is a great way to get rid of all of those hotel toiletries you’ve been saving up and to start the new year of right by benefiting homeless individuals in the South Bay!
SBCS is currently recruiting volunteers for its 2014 VITA Tax Program. Join us!
SDG&E and ManPower are partnering with SBCS to bring the Chula Vista Career Academy to life for Chula Vista Promise Neighborhood families
HSBC Community and Philanthropic Services for North America have awarded SBCS a $25,000 grant!
24 Hour Hotline
430 F Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Phone: (619) 420-3620
Fax: (619) 420-8722
Telephone Relay Services
If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or otherwise require telephone relay services, please dial 711.
Si usted es sordo, se le dificulta el oír, o por otra parte requiere servicios de relevo telefónicos, por favor marque 711.
Somtimes, not only is there no extra - there isn't enough. SBCS offers a multitude of programs to assist families with one of life's most basic necessities - food.
From emergency shelters and transitional housing to family counseling and support, our Family Wellness and Self- Sufficiency Department staff is dedicated to helping families and individuals survive and overcome difficult situations.
SBCS has various programs to help you including: Family Self Sufficiency Program (FSS) and Homeless Prevention and Rapid-Rehousing Program (HPRP)
Not only will you create a lasting impact in the lives of others, but you will also acquire valuable work experience and network with many people in your community.