San Diego Information & Resources for Children & Families

Family Urgent Response System (FURS)

For Access to Behavioral Health Services or the Crisis Line

CalHOPE Warm Line

24-hour Suicide Prevention

Virtual Support Services

YMCA Kinship Support Services
Resource Center- Specifically for ages 13-22
Grossmont College Foster & Kinship Care Education Program (FKCE)
FKCE Resources- Respite, Mentoring
Developmental Screening
Car Seat Program
Court Appointed Special Advocates
Regional Center
Office of Education
Office of Education- Foster Youth Services
Office of Education- Distance Learning Information
Covid-19 Resources
San Diego Youth Services
Support and Resources – Promises 2 Kids
Angels Foster Family Agency
Koinonia Family Servcies
Olive Crest Family Services
Walden Family Services
Home Internet Service Free and $23/month
Free Tutoring Services For Foster Youth 
2-1-1 San Diego Supporting Your LGBTQ Youth
Resources for Non-Black Caregivers
Resources for Kinship Caregivers
ICWA Resources
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families Support Groups
California Foster Care Ombudsperson



Bringing the Caregiver Voice to the State

California’s caregivers have an unprecedented opportunity to participate in statewide policy discussion & formation. Policymakers and decision-makers want to know what supports the retention and recruitment of quality family homes for the state’s most vulnerable children. You can add your voice by becoming a member of California Alliance of Caregivers for updates, events, and leadership opportunities and:

Parents & Caregivers for Wellness

  • Increase Access to Appropriate, Individualized Care
  • Improve Quality and Effectiveness of Care
  • Encourage Greater Collaboration Among Child-Serving Agencies and Providers
  • Promote Engagement of Parents & Caregivers
California Alliance of Caregivers, Inc. is a registered 501 c(3) organization and all donations are tax deductible. Tax ID #81-2865148