Serving children, youth and families in San Diego County since 1971.
SBCS offers a full spectrum of services designed to provide youth the resources and skills they need to reach their full potential and give their best to themselves and their community. Our programs include housing and support for homeless youth and youth aging out of the foster care system, as well as counseling, tutoring and job skill training. We work to keep young people in school, reduce criminal activity and violence, address substance abuse and mental health issues, assist in their academic achievement, and provide social skill classes. From youth in need to youth who serve as peer mentors, all youth in the South Bay benefit from our services. Our programs reach more than 7,000 youth annually.
EXCEL - job readiness
TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION SERVICES
PEER EDUCATORS AND STREET OUTREACH
VISION ACHIEVEMENT AND MENTORING
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH