YWCA Cortez Hill Family Shelter - San Diego, CA

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San Diego, CA 92101
: (619) 531-8937
: http://www.ywcasandiego.org/
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YWCA Cortez Hill Family Shelter - San Diego, CA



Cortez Hill Family Center is a 120-day program with 150 beds of transitional housing, case management, counseling, and employment assistance, for homeless families to overcome trauma and transition into independent living. The program focuses on stabilizing the family unit and developing individual plans to secure employment and permanent housing.

Provides temporary transitional housing program for homeless intact or single parent families. Offers case management services, including individual and group counseling, career development, finance management training, housing assistance, medical referrals and services, therapeutic programs, and children's activities.

Walk-in , client must fill out application for shelter and can walk-in at the YWCA, 1012 C Street location between 9:00 am-6:00 pm Monday-Friday (applicant must provide a phone contact and will be called by a Program representative. Facility is currently on a 6 to 10 week waitlist and is currently accepting applicants.

Mandatory case management and savings plan. No drugs or alcohol allowed on premises (zero tolerance). No open food allowed in room. Must help with chores. Curfew is 9:00pm. 120 day stay length max. Will Exclude for the Following Reason: Unmarried couple with a child whose birth certificate does not say both (couple's) parents' names.

Accepts married and unmarried couples with children. Single women with children, and single men with children. As long as they have children, persons with disabilities who can care for themselves, persons in wheelchairs, and undocumented persons are accepted. Unmarried couple with a child whose birth certificate does not say both parents' names will be excluded.

Do you have items to donate? Contact YWCA Cortez Hill Family Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2016-06-29


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