There is help available.

Hope and healing from abuse is possible. You deserve to live your life free from abuse.

RESOURCES

Domestic Violence Services and Confidential Shelters (FREE)

 

These hotlines are answered by trained

professionals 24 hours a day/7 days a week. 

Multiple languages available. These organizations offer confidential shelter, counseling, legal assistance, and much more.

YWCA of San Diego County (Central)

619-234-3164

Center for Community Solutions (East County) 619-697-7477, 888-385-4657

Center for Community Solutions (North County) 760-747-6282, 888-385-4657

Community Resource Center (North County) 877-633-1112

Women’s Resource Center (North County)

760-757-3500

Center for Community Solutions (Coastal)

858-272-5777, 888-385-4657

South Bay Community Services (South County) 800-640-2933, 619-420-3620

Who's In Jail?

Would you like to know if a person who was recently arrested in San Diego County is still in jail? You can look up an inmate here:

 

How Will I Know When a Prisoner is Released?

Would you like to be notified when an inmate's status changes? VINE is a free anonymous service that will alert you when a prisoner is: 

  • released

  • pending release (for sentenced prisoners with scheduled release dates)

  • transferred to another jail or prison

 

You can register your email address and/or phone number to get alerts here:

 

 

 

(VINE is short for Victim Information and

Notification Everyday system.)

You may also register by calling VINE toll-free

at 877-411-5588.

Restraining Order Help

 

You can get FREE help with a restraining order application if you are a victim of domestic violence. Filing and service of these orders is also free for domestic violence survivors.

Other Helpful Services

San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, Victim Assistance Program:

Central: 619-531-4041

East: 619-441-4538

Juvenile: 858-694-4595

South: 619-498-5650

North: 760-806-4079

San Diego Family Justice Center (Central)               

619-533-6000, 866-933-4673 (Main Numbers)

619-533-3592 (Military Liaison)

Jewish Family Services – Project Sarah

(serves all survivors regardless of religion)

858-637-3200

Southern Indian Health Council                             

619-445-1188

Indian Health Council                                         

760-749-1410

License to Freedom

(serves immigrants and refugees)

619-401-2800

Rancho Coastal Humane Society

Animal Safehouse Program (North County)             

760-753-6413

Stalking Information Line -SD District Attorney’s Office

619-515-8900

San Diego LGBT Community Center                       

619-692-2077

San Diego City Attorney’s Office,

Victim Services Coordinators                                 

619-533-5544

Mental Health and Substance Misuse Resources

National helpline for mental health and/or substance use disorders 24/7, confidential, free, English and Spanish

877-487-4889 

 

San Diego Methamphetamine Hotline

877/NO-2-METH or email info@no2meth.org

Access and Crisis Line

24/7 support and referrals to services in San Diego County

888-724-7240

Child Welfare Services

Local SD County resources and the Child Abuse Hotline

800-344-6000

Chadwick Center for Children and Families - RCHD

Central 858-966-5803

North County 760-967-7082 option 3

South Bay 619-420-5611

Aging and Independence Services

Resources for elders (65+) and dependent adults and the Adult Protective Services Hotline

800-339-4661

San Diego County District Attorney's Office  

www.sandiegoda.com

This project was supported by Grant No. 2017-YX-BX-0001 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Department of Justice's Office of Justice Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the SMART Office. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.