The Tenant Peer Support Services Program (TPSS) is funded by the County of San Diego Behavioral Health Services (BHS). Tenant Peer Support Services serves clients who are ages 18 years or older, homeless or unstably housed and are connected to a designated county outpatient clinic. The TPSS program is responsible for identifying available housing in San Diego, helping participants navigate the housing market, and providing supportive case management services and trainings.

Tenant Peer Support Services has Housing Navigators and a Benefit Specialist who coordinate, broker, schedule appropriate client services with external medical, dental, and housing to meet client’s needs, in addition to helping obtain necessary documentation including but not limited to driver licenses and social security cards.

Participants must be referred by one of the following County of San Diego clinics: East County Mental Health, Heartland, South Bay Guidance, Maria Sardinas, Kinesis North, North Island Mental Health, and Mental Health Systems – North. Hours at each clinic vary based on need. For more information please call 619-542-1877.

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