Providing innovative, trauma-informed services for the unsheltered that honor equity and offer hope.


As the number of deaths among the unsheltered homeless continue to rise, there’s no time like the present to bring awareness to this crisis, which can often be prevented through the intervention of people with compassion. A big thank you to The San Diego Union-Tribune , CBS8, and KPBS for covering the important work being done by our organization through South Bay Street Medicine, which provides weekly basic and emergency relief services to people living on the street. 


Small But Mighty is a 5-episode docuseries that highlights the journey of our nonprofit service work for the unsheltered homeless population. It follows the efforts of our organization’s South Bay Street Medicine team, which provides critical basic and emergency relief, including mental health and medical services, nutrition and trauma-informed case management at the street level. The film reveals the advocacy work of Community Through Hope staff, partners and volunteers in providing innovative programs and services that honor equity and offer hope while providing a look at challenges that nonprofits face when tackling the unsheltered crisis.