HHSA Facilities List

Please see below for County facilities, offering HHSA services, separated by Regions. Click on a link to find out more about the facility and the services that are offered at that location.

Central  |  East  |  North Central  |  North Coastal  |  North Inland  |  South

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The Central Region in San Diego County is located on the San Diego Bay, and includes downtown San Diego and outlying urban communities, including North Park, College Area, Encanto, Paradise Hills, Barrio Logan, Hillcrest, Mission Hills, and University Heights. In 2017, nearly 512,000 people resided in this densely populated region, representing nearly 16% of the San Diego County population.


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The East Region of San Diego County is the second largest geographical area in the county. It is one of two regions that share an international border with Mexico, and the only region in the county to share a boundary with another county and country. East Region is a very diverse geographic region in the county, and includes vast valleys, arid landscapes, and mountainous terrain. The East Region has a population of over 488,000 residents and is comprised of 4 cities and unincorporated areas, suburban and rural communities, and Indian reservations. The communities of El Cajon, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Santee, Alpine, Spring Valley, Lakeside and Mountain Empire all make up a portion East Region.


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North Central

The North Central Region of San Diego County is bordered by Interstate 8 in the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, Del Mar and state route 56 to the north and extends to include Scripps Ranch and San Carlos to the East. North Central Region is a very diverse geographic region in the county, including miles of pristine pacific coastline, steep canyons, valleys, and mountainous terrains. The region encompasses the northern half of the City of San Diego, and in all, consists of 24 smaller communities including Linda Vista, Mission Valley, Clairemont, Mira Mesa, and La Jolla. The North Central Region has a population of over 646,000 residents and is comprised of coastal towns, university communities, suburban areas, and military facilities.


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North Coastal

The North Coastal Region has a population of over 535,000 and consists of six cities (Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Oceanside, Solana Beach and Vista) and over a dozen more communities that stretch geographically from Del Mar in the south to the Orange County border in the north and east to include Vista and Rancho Santa Fe. The US Marine Corps' largest installation, Camp Pendleton, is located in the North Coastal Region.


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North Inland

The North Inland Region has a population of approximately 602,000 residents living in four cities (Escondido, Poway, San Marcos and the northern part of the City of San Diego) and dozens of smaller communities. The region's diversity can be attributed to this vast geographic expanse, which includes suburban areas, remote desert communities, historic mountain towns, rural homes and farms, and Indian reservations.


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The South Region of San Diego County has a population of over 500,000 and is a highly diverse border region with a large proportion of economically disadvantaged residents. Geographically, the Region covers 157 square miles of urban, suburban, and rural areas. The Region includes the cities of National City, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, Coronado, and three communities of the City of San Diego: Otay Mesa, Nestor and San Ysidro.  San Ysidro is home to the busiest land border crossing in the world.


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