We certify foster homes and provide therapeutic services to foster children suffering from abuse, neglect, and abandonment providing a place of refuge and healing.
Providing mental health counseling, intervention, education and prevention services to children, youth and families impacted by child abuse, neglect, depression, substance abuse, and/or delinquency.
An organizatoion that is focused on ending and preventing the cycle of homelessness using a comprehensive, innovative and realistic approach.
Provides recreational and community activities for positive youth development. Examples include baseball, soccer and basketball leagues and Easter egg hunt and senior citizen Thanksgiving lunches.
No-kill shelter for dogs/cats, low-cost clinic, dog park and humane educator. Dedicated to eliminating pet overpopulation through education and spaying/neutering, not euthanasia.
We are a multi-service center assisting high-risk families, families with mental health needs, and victims of domestic violence and human trafficking in under-served communities.
The mission of Exceptional Parents Unlimited (EPU) is to strengthen and empower children and families facing extraordinary medical, developmental and parenting challenges.
Our mission is to reduce the overpopulation of homeless or unhealthy dogs in the Central Valley of California through education, adoptions, spay/neuter programs and vaccinations.
To provide a character building and citizenship training program for young people to prepare them for life.
Dedicated to providing an enjoyable and safe living environment for veterans so they can achieve their highest level of functional ability while in Fresno home.
Programs help able/disabled children, families, Veterans and underserved with mobility, literacy, health/fitness developing lifelong social skills, values, and physical activity in positive environments.
CASA’s mission is to recruit, train and support citizen volunteers to advocate and speak for the best interests of children in the child welfare system.
Faith-based organization meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the area’s homeless, destitute families, alcoholics, drug addicts, unemployed adults, abused children and displaced persons.
Raising awareness of the Central Valley’s drug and substance abuse epidemic, while providing support, hope, and access to services for addicts and their families.
Blindness can be a difficult experience; we provide hope, through services, that make vision loss easier. Our Goal? Helping the visually impaired achieve independence daily.
A school that provides an excellent academic program; produces students that are motivated, culturally aware, technologically literate who will be productive citizens in the global community.
We are the region’s largest community-based, non-profit agency dedicated solely to ending hunger in California’s central Valley.
We partner with business community, educators and volunteers to teach students how to generate and manage wealth, to create jobs, entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
Providing hope and healing for women in substance abuse treatment and sober-living aftercare through life skills and job readiness training with supports for their children.
We provide resource and referral services; emergency food, clothing, rental and utility assistance. Also have a Representative Payee program and Senior Companion Program