We help people achieve health and financial security by providing easy access to cost-effective, high-quality health care. And we continue to be a leader in building a stronger, more effective health care system by working with doctors, hospitals, employers, patients, public officials and others.
This pertains to Project Rebound because Aetna provides health insurance at low costs or no cost to the community and Project Rebound students.
COMPACT is a unique and innovative organization designed to create and implement high quality programs and services for individuals to reach their fullest potential. COMPACT provides many opportunities for getting involved in the community, including internships.There is a strong need for volunteers with our mentoring program and compliance monitors, but please visit our website for full information on programs and services provided in the community should any speak to your interests.
This pertains to Project Rebound because it provides internships, volunteer hours, and employment.
We encourage individuals to reach out to Getting Education Done to utilize the many services they have to offer. This includes receiving help in creating a personalized plan that works best for you.
Getting Education Done is a non-profit organization based in San Diego that assists individuals in completing their high school education and beyond. Services provided are based on the individual's needs at no cost and include assistance in applying for community college, scholarships, and apprenticeships. In addition to this, hardship grants are offered to assist students in completing their education.
Interfaith Communities Services (ICS) provides employment assistance to individuals/families who reside in the city of Escondido and have been impacted by incarceration. Through ongoing case management and in partnership with Neighborhood Healthcare, ICS provides wrap-around services to ensure the persons overall well-being and needs are being met.
This pertains to project rebound because they help out the community with resources like housing and employment.
Project Rebound students, as well as community members alike, each have a positive purpose in life and are encouraged to utilize the services offered by McAlister Institute.
McAlister Institute offers 24 programs that represent a complete continuum of care for the prevention and treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction. From adults of all ages to pregnant women and teens, to ex-offenders, homeless individuals, monolingual Spanish speakers, and co-occurring individuals, each program is built on more than 40 years of experience in alcohol and other drug services and has been tailored to meet the needs of individuals, families, and communities that have been affected by substance abuse.
McAlister Institute Corporate Office
Project Rebound is working closely with Mission Federal to facilitate financial literacy workshops for our students and the community in the near future.
Mission Fed is a not-for profit credit union providing banking services to anyone in San Diego. Currently, there are 32 Branch locations across San Diego county including: San Marcos (in the Grand Plaza)
To improve the health status of our diverse communities by providing quality healthcare that is comprehensive, affordable, and culturally sensitive.
This pertains to Project Rebound because it provides health services to students and community.
North County Lifeline's mission is to build self-reliance among youth, adults, and families through high-quality, community-based services.
The Interfaith community pertains to Project Rebound because it provides job opportunities, housing, and a social connection to our students.
Project Rebound is committed to helping formerly incarcerated and system impacted individuals become students. Whether that is helping them enroll at CSU San Marcos for those who meet the criteria, or helping them enroll at one of the local community colleges. We encourage folks who are interested in applying at a community college to seek assistance from NCEOC.
NCEOC focuses on assisting potential new students through the process of applying for admissions, financial aid, and getting them enrolled in the institution of their choice.