Support Services

San Ysidro Health provides a variety of support services that help with needs such as food, housing, and transportation. We also offer health education and care coordination programs that promote healthy lifestyle choices and help patients with their individual healthcare journeys.

Explore our support services and programs below.

San Ysidro Health

Support Services

Health Education

Free health education resources to help maintain a healthy lifestyle and manage health conditions.

Social Services

Programs to help connect patients with resources they need inside and outside of San Ysidro Health.

WIC Program

Nutrition services through the WIC program (Women, Infants, and Children).

Family Resource Center

Support for needs such as food, housing, and financial and legal assistance.

Research & Health Promotion

Research studies and programs focused on promoting health, well-being, and representation for local communities.

Supporting The Community


Your healthcare should focus on your needs. San Ysidro Health offers services and programs for specific patient populations. Check out our specialized programs for Seniors, Teens, individuals living with HIV, and the LGBTQ community below.


PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) provides services to adults ages 55 and older with chronic conditions requiring coordinated care, who can live safely at home. Services in the PACE model are provided by a team of specialized health care professionals who are bilingual and highly experienced in senior care.

Teen Services

San Ysidro Health Teen Clinic, located in Chula Vista, offers teens and young adults access to free and confidential in-person or telehealth services, including reproductive health care.

HIV Services

San Ysidro Health is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of people living with HIV and their families. We offer a comprehensive array of quality HIV services in a caring, supportive environment where patients can feel at home.

LGBTQ Services

At San Ysidro Health, our LGBTQ services provide specialty care while creating a safe, space for LGBTQ patients and families access resources and answer questions on sexual health and relationships.

New Patients

New to San Ysidro Health? Welcome!

Here you’ll find answers to your questions, as well as forms, documents, and registration information.

Health Library

Access resources that will help you improve your overall health and well-being by exploring our Health Library. There are articles on preventing and managing stress, anxiety, and depression, as well as diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. By learning more about these common conditions, you can take better care of yourself and your loved ones.

Why San Ysidro Health

At San Ysidro Health, patient-centered is our way of saying that patients are our top priority.

San Ysidro Health patients enjoy access to comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health services, as well as support services and programs that help with other needs like food, housing, and health education. Our providers and care teams are committed to producing the best possible results for patients, while giving them the tools to take an active role in their health and well-being. We are proud that over 109,000 people across San Diego County have chosen San Ysidro Health as their medical home.

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San Ysidro Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center and a Federal Tort Claims Act Deemed facility. The Federal government acts as the primary insurer. FTCA deeming enables us to invest more to increase health care services and fund quality improvement activities.

This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.