In 1984, a group of San Diegans were called to action, concerned about the devastating impact HIV/AIDS was having on their friends and neighbors. More than 30 years later, Townspeople continues to serve those living with HIV/AIDS while expanding to ensure those experiencing homelessness and those with special needs have access to safe, affordable housing, are connected to ongoing supportive services, and are directed towards achieving self-sufficiency, residential stability, and quality of life. Find out more about who we are, what we do, and how you can get involved.
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Townspeople offers emergency housing and permanent supportive housing. These services include comprehensive case management, service coordination, and individualized service plans that help those we serve achieve self-sufficiency, residential stability, and quality of life.See All of Our Services
"Thanks to Townspeople I no longer have the fear of feeling that I can't accomplish anything in life."
"Since I have been with Townspeople, I have been doing very well physically… I am about to earn my associates degree in business administration…"
"Emergency Housing has helped me find my place and be stable… I thank God for putting this organization and nice people in my path…"