La Maestra Expands Funds | 2019

  • La Maestra expands funds to access to OUD and SUD recovery support services for youth ages 12 to 24. The goal of this project is to expand access to comprehensive substance use disorder counseling and treatment services including medication assisted treatment (MAT) for low-income, uninsured and underinsured transitional age youth (TAY) and adult populations in San Diego.


  • New Programs for people with Diabetes are expanded including continuous glucose monitoring (CGMs) through grant funding from Grossmont Healthcare District.


Funding for Title X Comprehensive Family Planning services including patient education, counseling, cancer screenings, contraception methods, pregnancy testing, STI/STD testing, HIV testing including diagnosis and referral to treatment, and basic infertility testing services.