Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced a new ordinance that restricts living inside a vehicle on city streets and aims to help homeless San Diegans through an expansion of the JFS Safe Parking Program.
Media statement from Michael Hopkins, CEO of JFS, regarding the Safe Parking Program update.
Jewish Family Service Annual Luncheon, Film Screenings, Explore the Importance of Mental Health, Effects of Bipolar Disorder and Suicide.
Funds Support Breast Cancer Case Management, Transportation Services, Treatment Adherence Assistance, Reducing Barriers to Care.
SAN DIEGO (April 18, 2019) – Jewish Family Service of San Diego (JFS) raised a record-setting $1.5 million at its annual Heart and Soul
Making good on his promise to provide more opportunities for homeless individuals living out of their vehicles, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer today announced the expansion of the City’s Safe Parking Program with a third lot where people can park overnight and that – for the first time – allows recreational vehicles.
Funds support Hand Up Food Pantry and Foodmobile by providing groceries, hygiene products and other essentials to families and individuals in need.
The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) is in the process of moving its temporary emergency shelter for asylum-seeking families to a County-owned facility.
A 35-year-old law that made it illegal for people to sleep and live in their cars is repealed by San Diego City Council.
San Diego Nonprofit Honors Volunteers, Staff and Partners at Annual Fundraiser.