Helping Neighbors in Need      

Uptown Community Service Center is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego.  It is run by dedicated volunteers and provides services to over 2,000 homeless and very-low income persons each year.  We help our neighbors in need by providing:
  • Information and referrals
  • Mailbox & Message Center
  • A Computer Center with internet access and use of fax and telephones
  • Food distribution twice a week
  • Clothing & Hygiene Supplies
We are a non-profit organization of caring people helping our neighbors in need.  We are able to provide these vital services because of your kind donations and our dedicated volunteers.  We are changing lives, and you can too!
Our homeless and low-income neighbors are part of our community and we are committed to assisting them with services in a respectful manner.  With a homeless population of over 8,000 and more than 15% of residents living below the poverty level, helping our neighbors in need is vital.

From July 2018 - June 2019

26,128 Client Visits

Distributions:

  • 17,486 Mail
  • 2,891 Bags of Clothing
  • 5,850 Hygiene Kits
  • 4,333  Bags of Food
  • 4,499 Pairs of Socks
The Service Center is supported by ten community churches of several demoninations, two Rotary Clubs and individual partners.  We are continually working in the community to build meaningful partnerships and bolster neighborly collaboration in the North Park area .

“It is not just the food, clothing and services that make a difference, but the volunteers themselves. They are caring and compassionate, and it’s a comfortable environment where everyone is welcome.” -- Robert, Uptown Community Service Center Client

Service Center Hours

MON - FRI

619-693-5511, 9-3

3725 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92104

09:00 am - 03:00 pm

On any given day, Uptown Community Service Center helps over 100 of our neighbors in need.

San Diego County has one of the largest homeless population in the country.  "WeALLCount" 2019 counted  8,102 people homeless, of which 4476 were unsheltered.