News & Updates
When you shop at Father Joe’s Villages’ retail stores, you know that your purchase will benefit all of San Diego. Together, let’s see all of San Diego shine.
Helping Homeless Families This Christmas Deacon Jim writes about the importance of family during the holidays. Our donors make it possible for families experiencing homelessness to come together in homes of their own.
Deacon Jim Vargas gives thanks to the many supporters who help Father Joe’s Villages continue our mission to end homelessness, one life at a time.
This year on November 28th, multiply your good. All gifts to Father Joe’s Villages will be matched up to $65,000 for #GivingTuesday San Diego. Learn more.
After Navy Veteran Robert and his family ended up living in their car, Father Joe’s Villages gave them the services they needed to get back on their feet.
Father Joe’s Villages serves veterans experiencing homelessness by offering a range of housing programs and supportive serves that will help them find their way home. We See Veterans Home At Father Joe’s Villages, we are committed to protecting the health and well-being of our veterans, so they can enjoy the freedoms they helped to preserve.
Make this Thanksgiving one of the greatest days of the year… just follow these five tips! Father Joe’s Villages’ Thanksgiving Day 5K can help your family have the best Thanksgiving morning ever.
The Hepatitis A outbreak has claimed the lives of 19 people, threatening homeless San Diegans most of all. It’s time to get educated about hep A and its impact on our more vulnerable neighbors.
For Hispanic Heritage Month, Deacon Jim Vargas shares his insights on the influence of Hispanic heritage in the United States. Deacon Jim Vargas is first-generation Hispanic American. His parents both separately emigrated from Puerto Rico in the early 50’s looking for the American dream and better opportunities.
Father Joe’s Villages uses the Harm Reduction Model to empower clients to reach their goals. Long before the recent hepatitis A outbreak began its assault on homeless people in San Diego, there was another scourge waging battle: substance abuse. Both situations are complexly intertwined with homelessness and both disproportionately affect individuals experiencing homelessness.