San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council

Services Provided: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services

Mission: Our MISSION is to prevent suicide and its devastating consequences in San Diego County.

Vision: Our VISION is zero suicides in San Diego County.

What Suicide Prevention Council Does:

The San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council (SPC) is a collaborative community-wide effort focused on realizing a vision of zero suicides in San Diego County. Our mission is to prevent suicide and its devastating consequences in San Diego County.

Who qualifies for Suicide Prevention Council services:

Depends on services. Some categories include: Low-income, Single Parent, Jewish, San Diego resident, etc.

How Suicide Prevention Council serves the military-connected community:

Providing QPR trainings and resources to military members and their family

 

Address: 5095 Murphy Canyon Rd. Ste. 105
San Diego, CA 92124
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The SDRVFWS Report is LIVE

The San Diego Regional Veteran and Family Wellness Strategy Report is LIVE!

See the FULL REPORT HERE: www.sdmilitaryfamily.org/sdrvfws-report

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THANK YOU to our SDMFC 9th Annual Summit Sponsors

THANK YOU to our SDMFC 9th Annual Summit Sponsors

To access the SDMFC 9th Annual Summit Recap, CLICK HERE

 

Membership Has Changed!

Membership Has Changed!

SDMFC Membership has changed for 2019! Are you a current member, would like to become a member, or want to know what it means to be a SDMFC member? 

See the newest information to SDMFC Membership!