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South County homeless access resources

This year San Diego Dream Center joined with the South Bay Homeless Advocacy Coalition for their annual event to help the homeless…

 

Once a year, dozens of families and individual homeless gather in Chula Vista to receive the vital resources that many take for granted.

 

When asked what the San Diego Dream Center’s main goal was, James Merino said…

 

“We’re resource-based to help people who have needs,” said James Merino, executive director for San Diego Dream Center. “Our main goal is finding out what they need and how we can help them. The highest need is usually for drug and substance abuse.”

 

We were very excited to work along side the South Bay Homeless Advocacy Coalition and are glad that we are able to continue helping the homeless in San Diego county.

 

To learn more about the event and how SDDC helped, read the rest of the article here.

 

The article was originally posted through UT San Diego by Allison Sampite-Montecalvo.

Homeless Family placed in transitional housing 3-16
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Homeless Family Provided with Transitional Housing & Employment Assistance

We met this family on Saturday at our Adopt-a-Block/Church on the Street event. Due to unfortunate circumstances of moving here and loosing their place put this family of 4 on the street. When they came to us they were exhausted of walking and carrying their baby. Immediately, one of our volunteers went to the store and purchased a stroller for their 13 week old baby. That same evening God’s Extended Hand invited them to stay the night and then Sunday night another one of our amazing volunteers paid for a hotel room for the family to stay.  Read More

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