The Rebound San Diego: Relieve. Respond. Revive.

Posted at 2:00 PM, Apr 23, 2020

Many San Diegans have lost their jobs, their benefits, their normal way of life. We are struggling to make ends meet now more than ever.

But we haven’t lost our way.

We are facing difficult times as a community but when the symptoms of the health crisis begin to ease, we will still be on a road to recovery.


We know who we are, a community that will meet the moment and rise above the obstacles.

ABC 10News is committed to helping San Diegans rebound and recover from the financial turmoil, loss of normalcy and the new pressures created by the Coronavirus.

We will get back on our feet, find jobs, resources, and creative solutions to rebuild. Together we will find a way.
Viewers have been coming to us with questions about unemployment, rent assistance, food supply and even just wondering when things might start getting back to normal.

During a time of uncertainty, our team is working to get you answers.


We know the Coronavirus Impact has left many without a job. 10News is committed to helping you Make it in San Diego, now more than ever. 10News reporter Jon Horn has the local industries ready and willing to hire, in our series, The Rebound.

Team 10 Investigates is digging into confusion over stimulus checks. Some San Diegans are finding those checks are going to the wrong place. As part of our project, The Rebound, Investigator Adam Racusin follows the money.

With more people working from home we know managing the pressure can be a challenge. 10News reporter Mimi Elkalla shows us how one local business is helping people cope in our series, The Rebound.

As San Diego works to rebound from the impact of the Coronavirus local businesses are preparing for the day they can reopen. 10News Reporter Vanessa Paz has one woman’s message to the customers she hopes to welcome back soon.

Working from home can bring added stress during these turbulent times. 10News is committed to helping you rebound. 10News Reporter Cassie Carlisle shows us how some people are turning to a childhood tradition to help manage the pressure.


We’re sharing your stories of hope and community support through acts of kindness we are seeing more and more between neighbors across San Diego. We invite you to share your story with our newsroom