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County, city open shelter for people with substance use disorders

 

Last updated 12/25/2021 at 9:44am



José A. Álvarez

County of San Diego Communications Office

The county and the City of San Diego Dec. 15 opened a new, 44-bed shelter for people experiencing homelessness and who are struggling with substance use disorders or mental health issues or both.

The Community Harm Reduction Team shelter is in a former retail store in the Midway community.

The county has committed initial funding for five years but would continue providing outreach to eligible clients and connect them with shelter, behavioral health services, case management, permanent housing and medical care for as long as it...



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