Harnessing the Power of Community Relationships

to impact our neighborhood's most urgent social challenges

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Superhero Summer Hoopla!

Thursday, July 25, 2024

Live music by MIDNIGHT RIDE!

Silent Auction!

50/50 Raffle!

All proceeds support Shoreline programming

What Do We Do?

We are creating an interdependent community aligned with a common goal — a thriving, safe and welcoming neighborhood for everyone!

Our current focus is addressing the unmet needs of unsheltered individuals and families in the Central Beach Area of San Diego – making sure the most vulnerable are cared for with compassion and equity through the efforts of Community Members and Community Partners.

How Do We Do It?

Shoreline Community Services steps in to fill the gaps by offering connections to existing resources and services. To reduce the barriers that can prevent self-sufficiency, we align our most vulnerable neighbors with resources in the greater community.

Our intentional programming includes:

The Compass Station

A drop-in resource center for unhoused individuals to receive services needed to begin their journey off of the street.

Volunteer Community Outreach

A team of trained volunteers that meet unsheltered individuals where they are, building relationships, trust and support as well as offering connections to the resources and services they need.

image of people in community working together

Medical Respite Hotel Program

Medically fragile individuals who are released from a medical stay are given time to recover in safety and comfort in a hotel room.

photo of hotel for the hotel respite program

Community Care Crew

A transitional employment program for unhoused individuals including paid work, case management, career counseling and temporary workforce housing.

image of man sweeping up trash in Pacific Beach as part of the Community Care Crew

Who Are the Community Partners?

Shoreline Community Services works in association with a growing number of Community Partners to enrich and grow services.

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Announcements, News & Media

Photo of Caryn Blanton, woman of the year

Woman of the Year D77

Our Executive Director, Caryn Blanton, was named Woman of the Year for Assembly District 77! Assemblyperson Tasha Boerner hosted a luncheon in La Jolla for Caryn and 10 other “Women of Impact” who lead and inspire in our district. We are proud of Caryn and the work she has been recognized for in our community. Watch the ceremony here — Caryn is introduced at 49:50 and shares why she’s so dedicated to the work of Shoreline Community Services, which is to make sure the most vulnerable among us are cared

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Shoreline CS volunteers for the point in time count

SDNews.com

More volunteers needed for Point in Time Count of unsheltered on Jan. 25 The Regional Task Force on Homelessness needs more volunteers for the 2024 Point in Time Count on Jan. 25 and The Compass Station in Pacific Beach is again preparing for the big day. Upwards of 1,600 volunteers countywide will participate in the annual PIT Count interviewing unsheltered residents throughout the region from 4-8 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 25. The count is led by the RTFH as part of a federal funding mandate. It also helps RTFH learn

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