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For low-income and homeless San Diegans who want to stop using drugs and yet fear painful withdrawal symptoms, quickly getting a substance-use treatment bed is like winning the lottery. San Diegans with Medi-Cal insurance often must wait for residential treatment…
This periodically recurring atmospheric phenomenon in recent years has become just too unreliable to count on.
Low-income and homeless San Diegans often can‘t quickly access residential treatment for substance use disorder.
San Diego’s behavioral health system has long been plagued by bottlenecks and a lack of places for patients to stabilize after they land in local hospitals. Now major state reforms are expected to put more pressure on that clogged system.…
San Diego Unified’s workforce has largely returned to in-person instruction since the pandemic forced the district to go remote, with the exception of some employees.