Bettering the San Diego Region Through Multireligious Cooperation

Welcome to SDRIC!

We are a community of communities who believe that sharing, learning and serving together benefits everyone. We therefore invite you to not only explore the opportunities to learn about other traditions, but to join in the conversation, make a few friends and work together to make the greater San Diego region a better place.

Email us at  to know about upcoming opportunities to join the conversation.


Who Belongs?

Anyone who desires to benefit San Diego. There is no formal membership. This is a neutral, non-political, non-discriminatory collaborative of communities, agencies and individuals. People of every religious tradition as well as those who do not identify with any tradition are welcome to participate.

Groups, organizations and individuals can help defray the costs of this nonprofit site. Please vist the Donate tab.

focus on Faith


focus on Faith is our newsletter.

Subscribe to it to receive announcements of any upcoming events: click here.


County in Crisis:  A Closer Look at Fentanyl-Related Deaths in San Diego

Story by Dorian Hargrove • Feb 27, KFMB San Diego

A 13-year-old dead at a Kearny Mesa hospital. The cause of death: “Acute Fentanyl Intoxication.”

A 15-year-old found dead in a Pacific Beach apartment. The cause of death: an accidental overdose of fentanyl, alprazolam, and alcohol.

A 32-year-old collapsed and died at a Jack in the Box restaurant in Oceanside from fentanyl and alcohol intoxication.

Another 32-year-old found dead inside a portable toilet at Harborside Park in Chula Vista.

Meanwhile, a 50-year-old collapsed and died inside a public restroom at Fanuel Beach on the bay in Pacific Beach.

These, are just five of the 1,772 fentanyl-related deaths that the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office has recorded since January 2019, according to public records that CBS 8 obtained and analyzed.

The deaths span the entire county, affecting almost every community and zip code.

Read More:  Click here.

Follow us on Facebook and/or Twitter


Be Notified of New Events

To learn of new events, please ‘like’ our Facebook page and follow it:  Link to SDRIC Facebook Page , or
For Twitter, click the button here or the icon in the footer.

YouTube Recordings and Resources

You can watch the SDRIC event from Tuesday, March 29, 2022, and other events on our YouTube channel: Here.

For details and resources related to the March 29, 2022 event, as well as previous events, visit the Past Gatherings page: Here.