Short-term and Bridge Housing Program

 

USA’s Short-term and Bridge Housing (“STBH”) program offers transitional-age youth housing for up to nine months. The following three requirements establish eligibility for the STBH program: the youth is between the ages of 18 and 25, the youth is currently experiencing homelessness, the youth has identified as having prodromal symptoms, having qualifying Seriously Emotional Disturbance (SED), or a Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) diagnosis. Once in the STBH program, the youth is provided a continuum of services such as case management, employment / education workshops, and peer support groups.  Regular attendance at therapeutic services is required.
USA’s ultimate goal is to help every youth successfully connect with community services, progressively work towards independence, and ultimately transition into their own home.

 

Just Be U Program

 

Just Be U is an innovative program offered by Urban Street Angels utilizing technology and holistic care to help get youth off the streets. The program provides supportive housing, case management, integrative medicine, and holistic health care for transitional-age youth experiencing homelessness in the San Diego area.

Youth eligible for the Just Be U 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, the youth will receive recuperative, integrative, and holistic wellness services including acupuncture, biofeedback therapy, chiropractic care, fitness training, massage therapy, meditation as well as mindfulness education, nutritional counseling, reiki and yoga.

 

Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program

 

YHDP is an supportive housing program offered by Urban Street Angels utilizing transitional housing and rapid rehousing to help get youth off the streets. In partnership with the Regional Taskforce for the Homeless and VVSD (Veterans Village of San Diego), the YHDP program provides 24 beds for homeless youth seeking to leave life on the streets behind for good.

Youth eligible for the YHDP program must be between the ages of 18 – 24, and must be currently experiencing (or be at risk of experiencing) homelessness.

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