Contact Us

4305 University Ave Ste 360
San Diego, CA  92105

+1 (619) 266-6237

According to the National Weather Service, the Jan. 22, 2024 storm was the 4th wettest day in San Diego since 1850.

We got this, San Diego!

For decades, the Urban League of San Diego County has been on the front lines in times of crisis. We have been, and remain, a place of solace, refuge, and support for our most vulnerable communities, families, and people. We are committed to supporting our community through these unprecedented times! We may not be a hospital, but we are and will remain, first responders for those most vulnerable and in need as trusted messengers for our community.


Please use this page to keep track of and connect with the emergency assistance services provided through the Urban League of San Diego County, our partners, and others for the remainder of the natural disasters, rain, and flooding, impacted by global warming. 


Our main office will be operating on the following adjusted schedule:

Monday – Friday from 9 AM – 5 PM | Walk-ins welcome until 4 PM | Appointments preferred. 


If you are sick or unable to make it to our office, we will gladly work with you via phone, virtually, or send a community health worker when possible. Simply call (619) 266-6237 to speak to our receptionist.


What to expect:

Our receptionist will ask a few questions up-front so that we can best serve you.


For the latest emergency updates in English and Spanish, visit, and download the SD Emergency app. If you are affected by the storm and need to talk to someone by phone about evacuations, shelters, road closures and other non-emergency disaster-related services, call 211. If you are hearing impaired, dial 711 and ask to be connected to (858) 300-1211.