At the San Diego Vida ACT program, you have the opportunity to connect with a group of people who are here to be your support team.
4930 Naples Street
San Diego, CA 92110
Program Collateral & Information
Essentials At A Glance
Program Type: Community-based
To Make Referrals: The Vida ACT program has a closed referral process and all referrals come from The Office of the Public Defender’s Defense Transition Unit (DTU) or the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. Referrals for DTU and the Sheriff’s Department will be made directly to program management.
# of Members: 110 members
Who We Serve: Adults who have a serious mental illness, have a possible co-occurring substance use disorder, who are justice-involved, and who may be homeless or at risk of being homeless.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
About the Program: We believe that recovery starts from within and will do whatever it takes to support you on your recovery journey. We have a multidisciplinary team that includes a psychiatrist; a nurse; a program coordinator/licensed team lead; a clinician; a peer recovery coach; personal service coordinators with experience in drug, alcohol, and mental health treatment; and specialists in housing, education and employment, who are all here to help you on your path.
Your recovery journey is guided by an individualized service plan. Our staff offers advocacy for individuals who have extensive contacts with the criminal justice system. We will assist you in recovery by tailoring services so you can better manage your conditions, monitor your progress toward your goals, adjust services to fit your changing needs, and partner with community services to ensure continuity of care.