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Serving children, youth and families in San Diego County since 1971.

SBCS has been responding to the needs of our community since 1971. We work every day to strengthen our community through involvement, partnership and a shared desire to lift up and empower children, youth, and families for a better healthier tomorrow. In addition to our comprehensive services, SBCS provides services and programs for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.  

Below is a list of programs that can assist you in immediate needs. If we don't have the services you need, we'll connect you with one of our many partners who can. 

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT SERVICES

  • Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing
  • Domestic Violence Response Team - 24/7 
  • Mi Escuelita Therapeutic Preschool
  • Family Violence Support Services
  • Hotel Voucher Program

HOUSING: EMERGENCY & TRANSITIONAL

  • Emergency Shelters for families escaping domestic violence & homeless families
  • Transitional housing for youth aging out of foster care
  • Transitional housing for families escaping domestic violence & homeless families 
  • Hotel Vouchers
  • Rental Assistance

FOOD ASSISTANCE AND DISTRIBUTION

  • In partnership with community members, faith-based partners, Smart Food Foundation and San Diego Food Bank, SBCS offers healthy food distribution and hot meals on a weekly base throughout South County San Diego.
  • For a listing and dates: Food Distribution Flier or please call (619) 420-3620
  • Cal-Fresh food stamp sign-up and education on nutrition

 

TAX SERVICES

You may be entitled to a refund on your taxes. By claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), the Child Tax Credit and other important credits, you may receive a refund to help in your financial security. SBCS’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a program of the Community Action Partnership (CAP) in partnership with United Way of San Diego and the Internal Revenue Service. It is considered to be the single most effective anti-poverty strategy. SBCS offers the EITC program to families and individuals who meet the federal poverty level (FPL) guidelines.

For more information on EITC program, go to the Internal Revenue Service or the AARP website.

For an appointment with at SBCS EITC locations or for a location nearest you contact SBCS at 619.420.3620

 

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