November 2021

Connecting families to their community.

A Home for the Holidays.

With the San Diego housing market on the rise in recent months, affordable housing seems more challenging to find than ever before. The good news is that there are several agencies and organizations that can help walk anyone through the process to finding a home that works for their budget.

Call 211 to receive the addresses and phone numbers of each city housing authority. The First Step to being placed on Affordable Housing Lists is to contact the City Housing Authority. You will need to go to each City Housing Authority where you are willing to live. Each City Housing Authority will collect information from you regarding your income, employment, credit history, rental history, etc. They will then enter you on their list for potential receipt of a housing voucher. That voucher will determine how much of the rent can be covered, in which city, and in which apartment communities affordable housing is offered. 

“You have an opportunity not only to help a kiddo be successful long-term, but you  have the potential to help restore a family.”- Jay Priebe 

Toys for Joy December 11 

The Rock Church is excited to host their 25th annual Toys for Joy event on Saturday, December 11th. With two drive-thru locations in the works, many will be blessed. Click here for more information! Donations, volunteers and sponsors are still needed. Contact the church for how to get involved at (619) 226-7625.


Companies Helping Families - Chula Vista Feeds Families in Need 

On Tuesday, November 16, 2021, the Chula Vista City Council unanimously approved providing $100,000 from the City’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) fund allocation to the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank. The council also proclaimed the week of November 14-20, 2021 as Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week in the city of Chula Vista. Along with volunteers and a network of non-profit partners, they have been providing emergency food assistance to individuals and families effected by the pandemic. In addition to the local Food Bank, Feeding San Diego provides a full list of distribution sites on their website. Simply type in your area code and several local resources are listed based on proximity.

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