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Who should I contact for cases related to individuals experiencing homelessness? What community resources are available?
Help/resources for residents experiencing homelessness in San Diego:
City of San Diego Homelessness Strategies and Solutions Department
Centralized resource for San Diego homelessness services, assistance, data, and reports
City of San Diego Homelessness Response Center - HRCSD@sdhc.org / (619) 880-8810
The person is located anywhere in the City of San Diego
Hours of operation are Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Friday – Saturday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sunday Closed
211 San Diego for County Resources - Dial 2-1-1
The homeless resident is located anywhere in San Diego County
Jewish Family Service Safe Parking Program
The resident is living in their car or RV and seeking a safe place to park
File a Get It Done Report when...
The encampment is on the City's public right-of-way (e.g. sidewalks, roads, parks)
File a Caltrans Customer Service Request when..
The encampment on state property (e.g. Park & Ride carpool locations, freeway onramps/underpasses)
Have the property owner file an SDPD Letter of Agency when...
The owner would like to grant police permission to enforce against anyone found on a property without the owner's consent or without lawful purpose
For public safety incidents:
Call 911 when...
The person is behaving violently and threatening the safety of themselves or others (e.g. they have a weapon)
The person is damaging property (e.g. breaking into a home or a business)
Call SDPD Non-Emergency at (619) 531-2000 when...
There is no immediate threat or the crime already occurred and a report is needed
Call the County Mobile Crisis Response Team at (888) 724-7240 when...
The person is displaying a mental or behavioral health crisis that does not involve threats of violence or medical emergencies (e.g. yelling nonthreatening verbiage)
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