Compassionate, preventive, therapeutic, educational, and
supportive professional and volunteer services help 80,000 people
– children, families, and elderly – annually, relieving suffering
and sustaining self-sufficiency.
Serving diverse population of high need/at-risk youth with core
programs and services including behavioral health,
community/school outreach, education, intervention, leadership
development, and workforce development.
We provide naturalization assistance, youth development, mental
health consultation, voter/civic engagement and leadership
development and support to immigrants and low-wage workers and
home care workers.
Community leaders dedicated to ending domestic violence and
building healthy families and communities through multilingual,
multi-ethnic shelter, non-residential services and
community-based violence programming.