South Bay Community Services

Transitional Housing
Chula Vista, CA
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430 F Street
Chula Vista, CA - 91910

(619) 420-3620 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one pattychavez@csbcs.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About South Bay Community Services

From counseling to support to emergency shelters and transitional housing, SBCS is dedicated to providing a holistic approach that helps families and individuals survive and overcome difficult situations. Their treatment and case management services assist survivors of domestic violence in recovering from the trauma experienced in an abusive relationship. The individual and group counseling services they offer provide a place of healing. Although victims can never erase what has happened to them, time and support help survivors put the pieces of their life back together, repair their self-esteem and essentially moved past the abuse. 

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

Mission Statement: Since 1971, South Bay Community Services has been transforming communities to support the well-being and prosperity of children, youth and families in San Diego County.

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Fees: Deposit of $150. Rent is 25% of monthly gross income.

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