San Diego Wants Youth to Share Ideas on What They Need Most

The city wants residents 24 and younger to help in creating a roadmap for providing services, programs and resources for San Diego’syouth

What do families, children and youth most need? San Diego wants public input on its master plan

More after-school activities? Better support for parents? With community feedback, the city is creating a road map for providing services, programs and resources for youth.

Opinion: ‘Intoxicating Hemp’ Loophole Threatens Marijuana Safety in California

In 2016, Proposition 64 legalized the personal possession and cultivation of marijuana in California for people 21 and older, by a 57%-43% margin. Since then, the state’s legal cannabis industry has become a multibillion-dollar behemoth, with legal cannabis sales of $5.3 billion in 2022.

‘One pill can kill’: Drug expert warns of fentanyl dangers and offers advice at La Jolla prevention forum

Fentanyl overdoses now cause more deaths in the United States of people younger than 50 than anything else, according to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

SAY was featured in San Diego Magazine!

As part of our Before & After School Programs, our camps were recognized by the city of San Diego in a recent article, 10 Summer Camps in San Diego For Kids.

SAY and Partners Hosted a Wellness Resource Fair

In partnership with Promise Neighborhood, we hosted a wellness resource fair for the students at San Diego High School to connect them with over 35 community organizations, including Access Inc, UPAC, ABC Youth Foundation, Second Chance Youth Garden and Youth Will!

This was a great opportunity to empower San Diego youth with resources and tools to reach their full potential.

SAY San Diego & Kendra Scott Giveback

We partnered with jewelry retailer, Kendra Scott, over Valentine's weekend and 20% of gift proceeds went toward supporting our impact. We appreciate you including us in your Valentine's shopping and contributing to a great cause! Connect with us for partnership opportunities!

Our LGBTQ+ Coalition, The Collective, hosted a Sober Speakeasy about what it means to be Black and Queer

It was an empowering night where our community gathered to tell the Black Queer stories from the Harlem Renaissance and Jazz/Blues era.