If you or someone you know were affected by the recent storms and associated impacts—including flooding—resources are available to assist you.
Get help with food, legal assistance, shelter, utilities, mental health services and more at alertsandiego.org/en-us/recovery
- Report Storm Damage
- Storm Shelters
- Tenants Rights and Legal Assistance
- Food Resources
- Mental Health Support
- Flood Cleanup and Safety
- Additional Information and Resources
If you lost housing due to the recent storm or flooding, please visit staff at the following locations:
- Local Assistance Center
Mountain View Rec Center
641 South Boundary St.
San Diego, CA 92113
10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday, February 9
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, February 10 and 11
Report Storm Damage
City of San Diego residents can report storm-related damage by completing a voluntary County of San Diego online survey (https://crisistrack.juvare.com/public/sandiegoCA/request.html). Completing the survey does not guarantee that you will receive disaster relief.
The City of San Diego has established a shelter at the Municipal Gym at Balboa Park. United Taxi Workers will help affected residents under the City’s evacuation warning get to the shelter at no charge. Call (619) 280-4444 or use the Ride United (Passenger) App to schedule a ride. Designate “Balboa Park Municipal Gym” as your drop-off location.
Tenants Rights and Legal Assistance
Tenants in California have rights to rental homes that are suitable for people to live in, safe and sanitary—even during a natural disaster like an earthquake, heavy rain or flooding.
- Legal Aid Society of San Diego
Assists low-income individuals and families
What Tenants and Landlords Need to Know
- National Conflict Resolution Center
530 B Street, Suite 1700
San Diego, CA 92101
- San Diego Food Bank
- Feeding San Diego
Mental Health Support
The San Diego Access & Crisis Line serves as the local crisis call center and is operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Confidential and free of charge, this line offers crisis support and helps facilitate connections to behavioral health resources for you or your loved one. Call 1-888-724-7240.
The Jackie Robinson Family YMCA is offering the use of showers and mental health support for members of the community affected by the storm and flooding. For mental health support and referrals, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, email email@example.com.
They are also accepting donations of unused personal hygiene items and new or gently used blankets, pillows, jackets, towels, which may be dropped off at the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA, 151 YMCA Way, San Diego 92102.
Flood Cleanup and Safety
Flood damage can cause many health dangers. Be aware of the risks and take steps to protect your health. For tips and information about flood cleanup, visit alertsandiego.org/en-us/recovery/cleanup
Additional Information and Resources
For a variety of resources and services, including food and housing/shelter, call 2-1-1 or visit the 211San Diego website at https://211.my.site.com/s/.