60 day program helping women transition from being homeless to achieving independence and self-sufficiency. Parenting classes, counseling and case management also provided.
A residential “home away from home” for hospice patients, offers an alternative to home-based hospice care.
Provides shelter, food, clothing, case management, hygiene products, life skills training and a multitude of other essential life needs to homeless, low-income and their children.
Provide fresh fruit and vegetables, allowing clients to eat healthier. Health and nutrition education, healthy cooking demonstrations, meal planning tips and cost-saving/money management workshops.
Assist indigent and physically, mentally and socially handicapped veterans with food, furniture, utility payments, bus passes, rent payments and counseling.
Provides special education services to students with severe disabilities and physical challenges from ages 3 -22. Specialized services, Early Start Program for families of infants and toddlers.
Serve elderly and disabled in Tracy with rides to doctor appointments, light housekeeping, frienly visits, shopping, meals and lawn care. Individualized services, Help people remain independent.
Applicants receive assistance with entrance exams, financial aid applications, housing and other preparatory arrangements. Students assigned a mentor and maintain a designated grade point average.
Move at-risk youth toward “productive adult lives”, graduating seniors who are college or employment bound are able to cope with difficulties life has brought them. Informal mentoring.
Provides individual case management sessions to focus on finding employment, finances, finding a home and counseling. Meets daily with case manager to review problems and record progress.
Safe house for abused women and children. Food, clothing, individual and group counseling. Women learn the dynamics of domestic violence and stages of violence. Improve self-esteem.
Supports steady attendance and good study habits, chaplains listen to concerns, show friendship, give students and staff their time. Offer appropriate temporary counseling.
Independent/locally managed; raising funds for local human service programs addressing homelessness, substance abuse, child abuse, gang violence, health issues, senior concerns and other problems.
Life without limits, systems that are progressive, accessible and promote independence. Maximize opportunities for disabled persons to improve strengthen and health. Safe exercise equipment.
Teaches life skills and core values to youth ages 7-17 through the game of golf. Teaches honesty, integrity, respect, courtesy, judgementk, confidence, responsibility, sportsmanship and perserverance.
Designed to address the nutritional needs of at risk children while providing an incentive to attend tutorial programs. Operates through schools and community centers.
Aims to provide a hot, nutrious meal to seniors 60 years of age and older on a daily basis for $3. Lunch served in a social setting, giving seniors a place to gather with their peers.
Program affects positive life change and support with free confidential services to teens and women who face difficult choices and reality of unplanned pregnancy.
One week academy to expose students to the science of farming and ranching followed by a one day Science Fair.
Paid work services for people with barriers to employment to become more self-sufficient. Thrift stores throughout provide help by providing job training.