Important Updates:

COVID-19/Coronavirus - The City of Chula Vista is here to serve you. While in-person services are limited, many services are available online. For more details, please visit our Coronavirus page here




Resources for the Homeless

Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Community Resources

  • 2-1-1 San Diego, 211
    Resource and information hub that connects people with community, health and disaster services through a free, 24/7 stigma-free confidential phone service and searchable online database. 2-1-1 serves the entire population of the County.
  • South Bay Community Services, (619) 420-3620


  • South Bay Community Services, (619) 420-3620 Office or 1-800-640-2933 24 hour hotlines
    Domestic Violence
    Homeless families
    Hotel/motel vouchers
    Youth aging out of foster care

Self Help

Mental Health and Support Services

  • San Diego Access and Crisis Line, (888) 724-7240
  • Mental Health America, (619) 543-0412

Health Clinics

  • HHSA Public Health Center, (619) 409-3310
    690 Oxford Street, Chula Vista CA 91910
    This facility houses administration for the South Region, as well as a Public Health Center, and a Family Resource Center. Clients can receive an array of services here, including health tests and screenings for children and adults, self-sufficiency programs and more.
  • Chula Vista Family Health Center, (619) 515-2500
    251 Landis Avenue, Chula Vista CA 91910
    Family Health Centers of San Diego is a private non-profit community clinic organization that is an integral part of San Diego's healthcare safety net. Since 1970, their mission has been to provide caring, affordable, high quality healthcare and supportive services to everyone, with a special commitment to uninsured, low-income and medically underserved persons.
  • National City Family Clinic, (619) 336-2300
    1136 D Avenue, National City CA 91950
  • La Maestra Community Health Clinic, (619) 584-1612
    217 Highland Avenue, National City CA 91950
    Dedicated to transforming the health and well-being of low-income and immigrant residents through compassionate care, self-sufficiency and community participation, La Maestra Community Health Centers has grown into an award-winning health organization that serves on average of 200 low-income residents a day, and has treated an estimated 65,000 patients since 1990.
  • Veterans Affairs Health, (619) 400-5157
    835 Third Avenue, Chula Vista CA 91911
    Serves homeless veterans in the areas of Primary Care, Audiology Services, Mental Health, Laboratory, Optometry, and Emergency Medications. This location does not provide emergency medical services.
View Full Site