Alpha Project For The Homeless

Transitional Housing
San Diego, CA
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3737 Fifth Ave,
San Diego, CA - 92103

(619) 542-1877 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Alpha Project For The Homeless

Last-Modified: 2019-12-16 07:59:15

Casa Raphael is Alpha Project’s state-licensed residential substance abuse treatment program providing up to 12 months of primary and mental healthcare along with intensive recovery services, employment preparation and placement assistance for 140 men. For more information about Casa Raphael, please call (760) 630-9922. You may also contact Jason Rodriguez, Director of Alcohol and Drug Services at

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: The mission of the Alpha Project is to empower individuals, families, and communities by providing work, recovery and support services to people who are motivated to change their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. The agency’s many programs are available to all persons in need regardless of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Apr 4, 2020

I just got out of jail & I'm trying to get all the help I can.

Anonymous - Apr 26, 2020

I'm looking for section8 sober living house. Thank you!

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