Re-entry Resources


The most difficult part of returning to the community is managing the emotional, physical and mental adjustments experienced after a period of incarceration. Although our priorities may vary in importance; we all share the same basic needs; the need for medical, mental health and substance abuse treatment services, employment, food and housing. We are faced with many challenges in obtaining these vital services along our path from prison/jail to becoming responsible returning members of our communities.
The Re-Entry Support Services care team at Family Health Centers of San Diego, in partnership with the Transitions Clinic Network (TCN), is here to help you during your transition process. Our Community Health Worker (CHW), a trained professional who also has a history of incarceration, will assist you and support you with:

*Health System Navigation
*Goal/Action planning
*Resource Coordination
*Peer Support

Our team of Primary Care Providers, Medical Assistants, Registered Nurses, Social Workers, SUD Counselors, Enrollment Specialist and Care Coordinators will ensure you get the quality medical, mental health and substance abuse treatment services to support your reintegration back into your community with:

**Medi-Cal Enrollment
**Patient Care Navigation and Support
**Dental Service
**Vision Service
**STD Screening and Treatment
**Mental Health Services
**Substance Abuse Counseling
**Specialty Care

Contact: Antonio Smith Community Health Worker 619-876-4451

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