North County Lifeline’s Youth Development programs meet the needs of youth and their families on a continuum of services that keep at-risk youth on the right track and help delinquent youth break the cycle of poverty and violence.
4 out of every 10 children who have experienced abuse and neglect came from a home with domestic violence. (Health and Human Services).
Lifeline’s Behavioral Health programs work with youth and adults who are struggling with mental health issues, emotional trauma, substance abuse, and thoughts of suicide.
Lifeline builds solutions for youth and families in poverty by partnering with schools, foundations, coalitions, and businesses.
Virtually no community in San Diego remains untouched by human trafficking. In fact, trafficking is the second largest illicit economy in San Diego, bringing in an estimated $810 million annually.