WE HAVE HELPED PLACE OVER 1,800 HOMELESS YOUTH
IN LONG-TERM SAFE HOUSING
Our Award Winning Programs Gain Trust Quickly with Homeless Youth.
This is the first step to getting off the streets.
Solving Youth Homelessness Through Empowerment and Self-Sufficiency.
Safe Housing – Life Skills – Education and Training – Support Services
Help Homeless Youth
Doors of Change combines music, art, substance abuse treatment, life skills training, and safe, supervised housing to solve youth homelessness permanently.
Since its inception in 2001, Doors Of Change (formerly known as Photocharity), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has helped place over 1,800 San Diego homeless youth ages 12-17 in long-term safe housing.
In 2013 Doors of Change expanded…
All homeless youth ages 12-24 are welcome at our music & art program Sundays at 4 p.m. in Ocean Beach at the Episcopal Church Center (2083 Sunset Cliffs Ave.) LEARN MORE
Homeless males ages 18-24 may be eligible to participate in our Doors of Change self-sufficiency program.
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2. Auction donations
3. Event planning
4. Social media
5. Graphic design
6. Office and storage facility organization
7. Youth outreach
8. Meal preparation
“ For over 10 years, Photocharity was always there for me when I needed them. I can not thank them enough”
“There are a lot of kids this program has really changed their life around. I have seen kids get off of drugs because of this program.”
“If you practice and get good, you can make money playing on the streets. It is a great emotional outlet also. Instead of being destructive, you can be creative.”
“Being hungry and not knowing when you are going to eat is the hardest thing. Being in the rain is very difficult when you are soaking wet.”
“My Destiny was jail or on the streets. I had no role model. Doors of Change is helping me solve my homelessness to be self sufficient.”
“Doors of Change is a opportunity to change my life. There is no more excuses to fail anymore”