SDHCC serves as a catalyst for achieving a vision for better health in the San Diego Region by leading through: Convene and Build Consensus, Education, and Advocacy.
Advocates and promotes employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illnesses through advocacy, education, research and service.
Patient-oriented, non-profit, volunteer health agency that offers various support groups throughout San Diego and Imperial County pertinent to people with lupus.
Provide programs focused on the treatment, education, and rehabilitation of individuals with mental health problems who may also have co-occurring substance use problems.
Provides affordable long-term physical rehabilitation to those who survived catastrophic injury or illnesses by delivering quality clinical services on an income-based, sliding fee scale, offering vital options for care.
Providing residential alternatives to custody and pre-release success-based reentry services.
Provides services to help the homeless, poor, and needy, without discrimination to become self-supporting members of our community.
Provide people with disabilities the skills and resources to live independently.
St. Paul’s PACE provides coordinated medical and social services to seniors in San Diego County who wish to continue living in their own home despite chronic health needs. For many, it is a welcomed alternative to a nursing home. Services include: Medical Care, Ongoing Rehabilitative Therapies, In-Home Care Services, Social Work, Day Center Activities, Transportation. … Read more