Health and Wellness
Programs designed to help residents stay well by staying connected
CHW provides social and supportive services, access to community resources, and skill-building programs to benefit residents that qualify for set-aside units:
Permanent Supportive Housing
- Formerly unhoused individuals or families
- Residents with a destabilizing disability
- Formerly unhoused veterans
- Families fleeing from domestic violence
- At-risk young mothers
- Youth transitioning out of the foster care system
Older Adults Program
Provides onsite supportive housing services and activities to promote older adult health and independence, encourage an active lifestyle and community support, and reduce isolation.
Residents are connected to health and wellness resources and technology access is centered on the needs of older adults.
Resident Leadership Academy
Empowers residents to make positive changes and improve the quality of life in their community. Residents participate in a series of training sessions that focus on healthy food access, public safety, and assessing safe and walkable communities.
Healthy Food Distribution
Older adults and families have access to ongoing healthy food distributions with support of community partners. Youth who attend Study Stars receive a CHW-provided healthy snack.
Some of CHW's San Diego based Permanent Supportive Housing communities receive referrals via the Coordinated Entry System, which requires use of San Diego County's Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Please click the links below to review the Notice of Privacy for the HMIS system. For more information on how to get on the referral list, please contact 2-1-1 or email email@example.com.