Everyone needs support at some point in time. This can include basic needs like child care, food, housing, or utility assistance, and also things like education, training, and employment supports. When families know where to turn for help, and resources are easily accessible, families are more likely to access them.
Every child and family needs concrete help at different points in life. All children and families have basic needs, like shelter, nutritious foods, clean clothing, healthcare, and safety in order to live and thrive. If your family is ever in need, there are organizations in your community who can help.
Struggling to make ends meet can increase parental stress and risk factors associated with maltreatment.
4 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS WHO CAN HELP
- Contact 2-1-1 San Diego for referrals to local resources.
- Access and Crisis Line for mental health needs (888)724-7240
- First 5 San Diego
- YMCA Childcare Resource Service for help accessing quality child care.
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