The following includes important emergency phone numbers, contacts, and other information to help you stay safe.
Fire, Rescue, Police, Ambulance, Highway Patrol, Sheriff
In cases of emergency, dial 911. To find police and fire where you live, please visit SDcommunities and select your community the "Public Safety".
Crisis Line & Suicide Hotline
San Diego Info Line (211)
Provides referrals to health and social services throughout San Diego County. Multilingual, free, confidential. Good for information related to disasters, WIC, food, shelter, and clothing. 24 hours a day/7days a week.
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San Diego Area
North County Coastal
North County Inland
The assistance offered by these organization ranges from emergency medical advice to crisis counseling and referral.
California Youth Crisis Hotline
Offers crisis counseling to teens on the run or those considering running. Provides referrals to shelters and agencies, which offer counseling in the runaway’s area. Coordinates a message service, which contacts runaway’s family and delivers messages to the runaway.
24-hour crisis intervention. Also offers centralized information and referral to agencies that provide emergency assistance.
The Student Helpline was established in response to concerns about school violence. Students and others can anonymously report a threat to school safety.
Rape Crisis Center of San Diego
24 hour/7 days
Sexual Abuse Referral and Treatment
National Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hour/7 days
Safe at Home
Survivors of domestic violence may keep their home addresses confidential through this state program.
Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides crisis counseling and referrals to shelters
San Diego County District Attorney Online Saftey Program