Birthline of San Diego

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Birthline of San Diego has been in existence for over 33 years. It is a non-profit pregnancy support center operated completely by volunteers. Birthline serves over 1,600 mothers every year in two different locations which are Chula Vista and Clairemont. These offices are open Monday through Friday for about three hours each day. Currently the Clairemont office is also open Monday evenings from 5:00-8:00pm.

3660 Clairemont Dr
San Diego, CA 92117
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Birthline is a crisis pregnancy support center that assists low-income and homeless women and their children. Our program provides emotional support, material assistance, education and referrals to other community resources for pregnant women and women with small children.

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We believe that many women who are facing a crisis pregnancy will make a decision for life or abortion without knowing there is help available. Therefore it is our responsibility to make known to the community that our program provides support and resources for all pregnant women, as well as women with small children.

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