Concerns may include: wanting to change your living situation, tension between you and your roommate(s).
2-1-1: A phone number that can be dialed in any county in the United States that will direct individuals towards various social service and community resources to assist with things like food resources, utility assistance, connection to shelters and/or safe parking programs, housing eviction prevention, etc.
Many counties also have online databases, which allow you to search your county's local resources. You can locate your local 2-1-1 here.
Legal Aid Society of San Diego - Eviction Clinic for San Diego County Courts
We help people (first-come, first-served) prepare an answer to an Unlawful Detainer (Eviction) lawsuit against them.
NOTE: Come in right away, as you may only have 5 days to file your answer, from the time you were served with the lawsuit papers. We do not handle legal representation at this clinic, but, if you qualify, you can get a free lawyer.
National Conflict Resource Center's mission is to resolve issues with the highest possible degree of civility and equitability to all parties involved. They have a Community Mediation services option available for situations occurring in San Diego County.
They assist with numerous potential dispute areas such as: landlord/tenant issues, consumer complaints, small claims court matters, and many other situations. Click herehere to learn more.
4050 University Ave, Suite 110
San Diego, CA 92015
4050 University Ave, Suite 110, San Diego, CA 92015
The Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Inc. (LASSD) is a nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services to lower-income San Diego residents. They assist with health, housing, family law, immigration, and many other legal matters.
They also offer multiple free clinics covering a range of topics (i.e. evictions, taxes, restraining orders, etc.), which you can explore here.
They have three different locations in San Diego and you can learn more about their services and if they are able to assist you here.