As a local nonprofit organization, 211 San Diego is the region’s trusted source for information and connections to community, health, and disaster resources. Help is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and in more than 200 languages. We maintain a database of more than 6,000 services and resources that are updated on a real-time basis and our Community Connectors help connect San Diegans to the accurate information they need.
We believe access to health and social services provides a foundation for individuals and families to build and sustain
healthy lives, so we’re collaborating with service providers in the San Diego region to build a more efficient, equitable, and accessible system that addresses the whole health of a person through integrated, person-centered care.
Their mission is to serve as a link to bring community (organizations) together to help people efficiently access appropriate services.
Our Vision is to serve as the Program and/or Project Incubation Platform. Empower those with great and innovative ideas and supporting them with access to our Network and Resources to create a Win-Win solution.
Those who join have a desire to support the Veteran and Military Community. The NVCC welcomes Veterans and non-Veterans who love our Military Community and want to create a Positive Impact. We Support and Partner with Individuals and Organizations to:
2) Develop &
3) Implement Programs or Projects that support Veterans and Military Families
What We Believe
What We Do
Establishing Partnerships of Collaboration Connecting Veterans & Military Families to the Communities we live in.
What is 988?
The Veterans Crisis Line's new number—988 then Press 1—helps make it easier to remember and share the number to access help in times of need.
Signed into law in 2020, the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act authorized 988 as the new three-digit number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. As part of the law, all telephone service providers in the U.S. had to activate the number no later than July 16, 2022.
Veterans can use this new option by dialing 988 and pressing 1 to contact the Veterans Crisis Line. Veterans may still reach the Veterans Crisis Line with the previous phone number—1-800-273-8255 and Press 1—by text (838255), and through chat (VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat).
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) began in 2003 as a small, grassroots effort providing simple care and comfort items to the hospital bedsides of the first wounded service members returning home from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. As their post-service needs evolved, so have our programs and services. Today, through our direct programs in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care, along with our advocacy efforts, we improve the lives of millions of warriors and their families.
This effort requires the passion and commitment of friends, supporters, and like-minded organizations that enable us to fulfill our mission. With their collaboration and support, we strive to ensure that when those who serve come home, they’re afforded every opportunity to be as successful as a civilian as they were in the military.
At Zero8hundred, our goal is to ease the transition from military to civilian life. We are here to connect you to the resources specifically suited to your goals for joining the Southern California civilian workforce and community.
This free individualized support is available 12 months prior to military separation and up to one year post-military separation. The Zero8hundred team are trained Peer Navigators, with lived military experience, who are committed to working alongside transitioning service members to help them design and execute the post-military journey they want.