United States Mission of San Diego Transitional Housing - San Diego, CA

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San Diego, CA 92102
: (619) 263-7003

United States Mission of San Diego Transitional Housing - San Diego, CA



Offers a work based transitional housing program. Will provide food, clothes, and shelter to homeless individuals who are willing to fund-raise money for themselves and the facility. 0-50% of the earnings will go to the house and the individual.

To be eligible: Homeless men 18 years and older who are willing and able to fund-raise money for themselves and the facility. 0-50% of the earning will go to the house and the individual. Must be clean and sober for at least 6 months.

Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Saturday (Administration)

Do you have items to donate? Contact United States Mission of San Diego Transitional Housing at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


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Do you have items to donate? Contact Warming Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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    2015-05-15 11:02:00
    Amazing program. Had An AMAZING person named Jordan come to my door and he was simply an inspiration.
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    2015-04-14 14:09:00
    Your solicitors are verbally abusive and threatening. Several of my neighbors have called police and warned neighbors not to answer the door when they come.
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    2015-03-23 11:40:00
    I understand your goal but some of your clients come door to door to neighborhoods and really frighten the residents. Clients have come to our neighborhood recently and have been very rude when they don't get a donation - sometimes cussing the resident out and more. Residents then talk among themselves and warn each other not to open their doors when your clients come around. Can you train your clients on how to handle rejection? Or find another way for your clients to earn money? Ie, a table in front of a store, etc.

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