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Project Homeless Connect

Project Homeless Connect began in 2004 in San Francisco to support the national initiative to end chronic homelessness. Project Homeless Connect now occurs across the United States in all major cities. This event brings necessary services to the homeless men, women, and families in our community in one location, on one day. Each year, more than 35 service providers, non-profit groups, congregations, and government agencies attend and 175 homeless people participate.


Crisis House hosts the San Diego East County event annually. 

This comprehensive resource fair provides:

  • Connections to housing

  • DMV/California Identification

  • Social security vouchers

  • Employment

  • Haircuts,

  • Hygiene kits

  • Veterans assistance

  • Medi-cal/CalFresh enrollment

  • Personal storage

  • Legal aid

  • Clothing

  • Mobile medical clinic

  • Mental health counseling

  • Pastoral care

  • Substance abuse

  • Mental health services

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