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Month: July 2019

Celebrating 50 Years for Youth

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

San Diego Youth Services is celebrating 50 years of building futures beginning this fiscal year. John Wedemeyer, Jr., an advocate for homeless youth, founded our organization in 1970 as The Bridge, one of the nation’s first shelters for homeless youth and the first in San Diego County. San Diego Youth Services has since improved the … Read More

Walter Philips welcomes new funding for homeless youth

New State Funding to End Youth Homelessness

Friday, July 5, 2019

San Diego will be among the recipients of $6.67 million in new state funding to help end youth homelessness, including $1.7 million for coordinated efforts led by San Diego Youth Services. The funding increases the $10 million allocated last year for San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties as part of the … Read More

Staff and Volunteer Appreciation Event 2019 Group

Staff and Volunteer Appreciation Event

Monday, July 1, 2019

San Diego Youth Services staff and volunteers recently enjoyed a day of fun and self-care for the 2019 San Diego Youth Services’ Staff and Volunteer Appreciation Event at Liberty Station. The theme this year: Disney! In every Disney movie, despite adversities, the goodness shines through to inspire and encourage you to chase after your dreams. … Read More