San Diego Police Crisis Intervention

During the average week in the City of San Diego, over 20 people die from accidents, suicides, heart attacks and other sudden unexpected tragedies, devastating a wide circle of family and friends. Formed in 1988, the San Diego Police Crisis Intervention Team is the oldest community crisis care program in a major city. Its civilian volunteers respond around the clock to provide immediate on-scene support to impacted survivors.


To inquire about applying to volunteer, click here. To be there with us through your tax deductible contribution, just click here to go to U.S. Crisis Care's donations page, and enter "SDPD" in the designation field.




Learn why you should be there with us through a tax deductible donation.



Learn what it takes to be there as a volunteer in your community.


Public Officials

Learn why so many cities & counties rely on crisis volunteers to be there every day.