SDYS Study Finds that Youth At-risk for Self-harm and Suicide are Open to Receiving Treatment, but Barriers Prevent Access to Services 

June 14, 2022 Comments Off on SDYS Study Finds that Youth At-risk for Self-harm and Suicide are Open to Receiving Treatment, but Barriers Prevent Access to Services 
June 26 @ 4:54 am

SDYS Study Finds that Youth At-risk for Self-harm and Suicide are Overwhelmingly Open to Receiving Treatment, but Barriers Often Prevent Access to Mental Health Services The study assessed 400 students in San Diego County schools San Diego Youth Services’ Associate…

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Achievement Center Helps Youth get Back on Track

June 14, 2022 Comments Off on Achievement Center Helps Youth get Back on Track
June 26 @ 4:54 am

Achievement Center Helps Youth get Back on Track Interview with Elizabeth Castellanos, program manager, Achievement Center Tell me about the Achievement Center, what you do and who you help? The Achievement Center is an afterschool program designed to support youth…

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We are bringing the heat for our final City Sweat SD fitness event this season on May 22

May 10, 2022 Comments Off on We are bringing the heat for our final City Sweat SD fitness event this season on May 22
June 26 @ 4:54 am

We are bringing the heat for our final City Sweat SD fitness event this season on May 22 We are bringing the heat for our final SWEAT SESSION of the year! Kids and dogs are welcome! About this event An…

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SDYS Associate Executive Director’s Ironman to Benefit SDYS

March 25, 2022 Comments Off on SDYS Associate Executive Director’s Ironman to Benefit SDYS
June 26 @ 4:54 am

SDYS Associate Executive Director’s Ironman to Benefit SDYS Our Associate Executive Director Steven Jellá is training for an IRONMAN triathlon to raise awareness and funds for San Diego Youth Services. Steven is completing a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and…

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Donor Spotlight: Dete Jackson

March 23, 2022 Comments Off on Donor Spotlight: Dete Jackson
June 26 @ 4:54 am

Donor Spotlight: Dete Jackson Dete Jackson has been giving to San Diego Youth Services for the past 20 years. She has been donating items like clothing, blankets and hygiene items to make life a little bit easier for struggling youth.…

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We all count!

March 18, 2022 Comments Off on We all count!
June 26 @ 4:54 am

We All Count! We all count! Our staff members recently participated in the Point in Time Count, an annual survey that counts how many people experience homelessness on a single night, in a given community. The count allows staff and…

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New Project to House Youth Experiencing Homelessness

March 2, 2022 Comments Off on New Project to House Youth Experiencing Homelessness
June 26 @ 4:54 am

New Project to House Youth Experiencing Homelessness San Diego Youth Services recently partnered with Urban Street Angels and Home Start, Inc., on one of our newest housing projects: The Lodge. The Lodge, a former hotel, has a total of 58…

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Become a Champion For Youth

November 30, 2021 Comments Off on Become a Champion For Youth
June 26 @ 4:54 am

We officially kicked off our holiday giving season on Nov. 30 with our $100,000 Champions for Youth campaign. This year, the need is greater than ever, and all donations will go directly to vulnerable youth in San Diego County. The…

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Youth Runaway and Homelessness Awareness Walk: Nov. 17

November 17, 2021 Comments Off on Youth Runaway and Homelessness Awareness Walk: Nov. 17
June 26 @ 4:54 am

Join us for Youth Runaway and Homelessness Awareness Walk on Nov. 17 November is Runaway and Homeless Youth Awareness Month. Join our community to help end homelessness. Join Home Start, Promises2Kids, The San Diego LGBT Community Center, Urban Street Angels and…

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Foster Parents Help Support Reunification, While Still Staying in their Foster Children’s Lives

October 27, 2021 Comments Off on Foster Parents Help Support Reunification, While Still Staying in their Foster Children’s Lives
June 26 @ 4:54 am

Foster Parents Help Support Reunification, While Still Staying in their Foster Children’s Lives “This was our first time fostering, and the experience was a lot better than we expected,” said Brian, a certified SDYS foster parent. “It was a lot…

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