A state-licensed and certified substance abuse residential treatment program for men who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, and very low income. This is a 140-bed facility that provides housing, food, recovery workshops, daily journaling, case management, anger management, mental health counseling, health and dental care, assistance addressing legal and financial issues, employment training, educational opportunities including earning a GED and college credits, computer workshops, resume preparation, and budgeting classes. The program lasts 9 to 12 months with the goal of residents achieving independent housing and full-time employment.
993 Postal Way, Vista, CA 92083 (760) 630-9922
Provides long-term, transitional shelter for homeless males and females with a history of substance abuse. Offers job training, job placement, and supportive services. 33 of program beds are for Veteran and 11 for Non-Veterans. Limited to homeless males or females 18 years of age and older. Must also be residents of North San Diego County. Minimum of 60 days of sobriety. Motivated to find employment.
1207 South Escondido Blvd., Escondido, CA 92025