How We Help
Ranked #1 and #2 in San Diego County by the Regional Continuum of Care Council, Crisis House has served as a helping hand to those in need since 1970.
At Crisis House, our trained, trauma-informed staff and volunteers respond immediately to people experiencing crises. We connect them to services that can help stop life-threatening circumstances and put them on a path to renew their lives.
Empower individuals to act with self-determination.
We respond immediately to stop the cycle of domestic
violence and homelessness and connect families and
individuals to crucial resources that empower them to renew
Hope: Inspire confidence in a brighter future
Integrity: Act with honesty and accountability
Respect: Give compassion and regard to all
Empowerment: Embrace personal strengths to make life-changing decisions
Excellence: Seek professional development and practice on-going improvement
Today we continue to strengthen the lives of more than 5,000 people, connecting them to 18,000 services annually, thanks to our generous donors. We solve homelessness for 99% of the families and individuals who graduate from our housing programs and we prevent thousands from experiencing homelessness each year. We keep people safe in our New Journey Program serving women and children who are victims of domestic violence.