Short Term & Bridge Housing Program

Our short term bridge housing program offers transition age youth housing for up to 9 months. The following 3 requirements are needed to be eligible for this program; 1. The youth is between the ages of 18 and 25, 2. the youth is currently experiencing homelessness, 3. The youth has identified as having prodromal symptoms or having qualifying Seriously Emotional Disturbance (SED) or Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) diagnosis. Once in the program the youth is provided a continuum of services such as case management, employment / education workshops, peer support groups, and is regularly attending therapeutic services. Our ultimate goal is to help every youth successfully connect with community services and transition them out into their own home.


Just Be U Program

Just Be U is a unique and innovative program offered by Urban Street Angels. It provides housing, support services, integrative medicine, and holistic health care for transitional age youth experiencing homelessness in San Diego. Youth eligible for this program must be between the ages of 18- 25, and have a qualifying Serious Mental Illness (SMI) diagnosis. During their 90 days in the program, youth will receive recuperative integrative and holistic wellness services such as acupuncture, yoga, massage therapy, reiki, chiropractic care, meditation and mindfulness education, biofeedback therapy, and nutritional counseling.


Overnight Shelter Program

Urban Street Angels operates the only program focused on providing emergency overnight shelter services for transitional-age youth (18 – 25 years old) in the San Diego area. Every Tuesday night in the North Park area, and every other Friday night in Hillcrest, we provide safe harbor for up to 30 homeless youth, along with an array of basic human services. These services always include a nourishing dinner and breakfast the following morning; a safe place to spend the night; and referrals to available services in the community. In addition, access to showers and laundry facilities is provided at the North Park shelter; and minor medical and hygiene care, new and gently-used clothing and footwear, and other services are provided at both shelters. Over the past two years, we have served over 2,000 youth in our emergency overnight shelter program.

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