Resources
Important Safety Links
 
San Diego County Emergency
San Diego County resources, updated information on fires, weather, shelters maps.
Select here for website resources.
 
San Diego Police Department (Northeastern Division)
Police Department resources, serving Rancho Bernardo Area.
Select here for website.
 
San Diego Police Department (Non-Emergency)
Select here to report  a non-emergency, or file a  Police report online.
 
 
Useful Links
 
Free Phone for the Hearing Impaired.
Phone captioning service that provides near real-time call captions of phone conversations for anyone hard-of-hearing or with any form of hearing loss.
Select here for details and requirements.
 
Rancho Bernardo Community Council.
Provide constant,updated information on various issues pertaining to Rancho Bernardo.
Select here for website.
 
 
Resources for Seniors
 
Elder Law & Advisory
A group of experienced elder law staff and trained volunteers who serve over 8,000 seniors annually in both San Diego and Imperial Counties.  We provide free and low-cost civil legal services, Medicare and Medicare related counseling and advocacy, referrals to community senior service providers and community education.  The majority of services are offered at no-cost to qualifying seniors.
Select here for additional details.
 
San Diego County Aging & Independent Services
AIS provides services to older adults, people with disabilities and their family members, to help keep clients safely in their homes, promote healthy and vital living, and publicize positive contributions made by older adults and persons with disabilities.
Select here for additional details.
 
City of San Diego Elder and Dependent Abuse
Call San Diego County Aging & Independence Services at (800) 510-2020 to report suspected instances of neglect and psychological, physical, financial, or sexual abuse of elders and dependent adults. This agency carries out investigations and provides assistance and case management where appropriate. The SDPD will be informed if abuse is involved. If you know that abuse has occurred, you should call SDPD directly at (619) 531-2000 or (858) 484-3154. If the abuse is in progress, you should call 911. The police will investigate, take steps to protect the victim, prosecute the perpetrator, and inform the appropriate County office.
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History
Rancho Bernardo Historical Society
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San Diego History Center
Select here for website.
 
Kumeyaay Band
This Web site is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Kumeyaay culture. Kumeyaay.com tells the story from the Kumeyaay perspective, and is the premiere source for Kumeyaay Indian information.
Select here for the website.