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North County Interventions

North County Youth Resource Guide

Click here to open the attachment, which contains a wealth of information and references on the following topics:

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

Child Abuse and Neglect





Eating Disorders


Emotional and Mental Health


Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation

Health and Nutrition

Intimate Partner Violence



Personal Safety

Running Away and Homelessness

Sexual Issues


Support Groups

Teens and the Law



Vista Community Clinic

Since 1972, Vista Community Clinic has been dedicated to providing quality health care to those who experience economic, social, or cultural barriers. VCC's staff of dedicated and highly trained professionals is committed to providing the quality health care that is essential for the overall well-being of the community-at-large. Visit their website for further details about their free services.

North County Lifeline

     North County Lifeline is an organization of case managers, counselors, therapists, mentors, social service workers, assessment specialists, program developers, mediators, educators, youth leaders, volunteers, interns and administrators.

     At VHS Lifeline provides free group counseling on campus during ELP on the following topics: Decision Making, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs, Conflict Resolution, and Anger Management. They provide individual on-campus counseling through their Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment program.

     Lifeline provides many other services off-campus. Please visit their website at: or ask your counselor for more information.

Rady Children's Behavioral Crisis Center

Rady Children’s Behavioral Crisis Center is available to youth experiencing acute distress including, but not limited to:

  • Suicide Risk
  • Risk of Violence
  • Psychotic Thinking
  • Out-of-Control Behaviors
  • Co-Occurring Substance
  • Abuse Disorders

Please click here to see this attachment for further details

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