About the Health and Human Services Agency
The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) provides vital health, housing, and social services to more than 3.3 million residents across 18 cities, 18 federally recognized tribal reservations, 16 major naval and military installations, and the unincorporated areas of the County.
About one in every three
county residents is a direct recipient of HHSA services each
year, emphasizing the critical role the Agency plays as a robust
service network contributing to a region that is Building Better
Health, Living Safely, and Thriving. This vision is
out in a collective effort
Live Well San Diego.
HHSA’s Guiding Principles
The County of San Diego’s General Management System and the Agency’s Vision, Mission, and Values guide what HHSA does best every day to advance opportunities for all San Diegans to live well. These guiding principles are outlined in the HHSA Strategic Plan.
Dr. Eric McDonald, MD, is
Interim Agency Director. Learn more about Dr. McDonald on the Director's