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Stepping Stone of San Diego

Stepping Stone of San Diego provides a long-term residential recovery program, aftercare services, and support services for those affected by HIV. By design, no one is turned away for lack of funds at Stepping Stone. Their services mend lives and give clients the tools to break free from the grip of addiction.

Thanks to Stepping Stone, people are given new positive direction and their lives back. Broken souls are healed and families are reunited. Stepping Stone’s important work turns alcoholics and addicts into miracles.

If you or someone you know needs their help, please contact them at steppingstonesd.org. 

San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative

The San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative (SDHFC) is a program chaired by the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation (SDHDF).

Established in 1990 by a group of local funders and community members concerned with the impact of AIDS on the San Diego region, the San Diego HIV Funding Collaborative’s mission is to raise, leverage and collaboratively allocate private funds in order to reduce the impact of HIV in the San Diego region.

To learn more about the collaborative, visit http://www.sdhdf.org/sdhdf-giving/current-grant-programs/.

THE TURNING POINT HOME OF San Diego

Our mission is to support alcoholic women in achieving long-term sobriety in a safe, supportive and structured alcohol/drug-free environment through guidance and education. Our vision is sobriety with dignity for alcoholic women.  
 
Most of our residents are low-income or indigent and many come to us with co-occurring mental health issues. Our treatment program helps them to manage those issues, maintain their sobriety and to develop life skills needed to be better parents, wives, sisters and daughters. 
 
Located on the edge of San Diego’s Golden Hill Park, The Turning Point Home has been providing long-term residential recovery services for alcoholic women in San Diego County since 1970. We are state licensed and certified to offer residential recovery services for up to 20 women at any given time. While receiving our services our residents are experiencing a sober life, and are learning to become productive, contributing members of the San Diego community. Visit turningpointhome.org for more information.