About North County Lifeline

North County Lifeline is a community-based human services organization that serves low-income and underserved populations in San Diego County. Every year Lifeline serves more than 5,000 members of our community through clinically-strong and evidence-based programs that focus on positive youth development, child abuse prevention and domestic violence intervention, housing and self-sufficiency, behavioral health, and human trafficking victim and survivor services.

Vision & Values

Vision & Values

North County Lifeline’s mission is to build self-reliance among youth, adults, and families through high-quality, community-based services.

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Annual Reports & Audits

Annual Reports & Audits

Self-reliant youth, adults, and families build strong communities. Lifeline's program statistics and annual report to the community begin to tell the story.

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HISTORY

HISTORY

In the spring of 1970, a citizen's committee formed in North San Diego County to explore ways of approaching substance abuse problems among local youth.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Board of Directors

​North County Lifeline benefits from the outstanding leadership provided by our volunteer Board of Directors. The Board ensures Lifeline's accountability to its mission & to the people of the communities we serve.

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Leadership Team

Leadership Team

Meet our experienced North County Lifeline leadership team!

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Locations & Hours

Locations & Hours

View our current locations and hours.

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We Are Lifeline

  • North County Lifeline continues to go the extra mile to build 
    the communities we serve from the ground up.

  • 5,000

    People Served Every Year

  • 300

    Volunteers

  • 21,000

    Volunteer Hours

  • 45

    Years in North County

  • 130

    Dedicated Employees

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