Chula Vista opened a bridge shelter this month, a cause for celebration for SBCS which serves people experiencing housing insecurity and homelessness throughout San Diego. Members of the SBCS leadership team were on-hand to mark the occasion alongside partner organizations.
Read more about the project in the San Diego Union-Tribune’s article, “This is an important project: Chula Vista’s bridge shelter welcomes first residents.” From the article,
“Chula Vista-based nonprofit SBCS, formerly South Bay Community Services, is the only other organization that offers emergency beds in the south region.
It offers about 85 beds for homeless families with children fleeing domestic violence, 94 beds for transition-age youth and nine mobile homes used for homeless housing, said nonprofit spokesperson Mindy Wright.”