Camp offered year-round to high school students to focus on career preparation and exploration, college preparation, financial literacy, health and healthy living, community service and leadership.
Students given backpacks filled with basic school supplies for their grade level and reading books. They receive tools to be better prepared to start their school year and complete their assignments.
Emergency response services: emotional support, safe shelter (lodging), food, clothing, case management and follow-up 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Community education program to keep children safe after school, provide intellectual, physical and psycho-social enrichment .
Day programs for adults with developmental disabilities by maximizing their quality of life according to their choices. Independent life skills, behavorial support and job skills training.
Giving nutritious bag of groceries bi-weekly. Also receive suggested menu including seven meals, breakfast food and lunch items. Home deliveries available to disabled or elderly.
Handmade quilts are presented to veterans in appreciation for their service and sacrifice. Information about veteran services is also provided.
Provides adults with vision loss the skills necessary to cope with vision loss and maintain independence. They also learn non-visual methods to care for themselves.
Serving 2nd and 3rd graders, focus on improving the fluency, comprehension decoding skills and confidence of participants, all proven components of library.
Enrichment activities: music, equine therapy, sports, dance, art leassons, family outings to help children in foster care heal and change the direction of their life.
Dedicated to help chinese immigrants of all ages integrate to American society. Assists elderly clients to live comfortablly and independently, thus enhancing their quality of life.
Assisting seniors by optimizing their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan benefit, provide comprehensive evaluation, detailed medication counseling and a myriad of preventive health care screenings.
Credentialed K-6 community school serving children whose families are in transition anywhere in the county. Mentor advocates assist homeless families in obtaining school recoards and documents.
Computer training, sports education, education career programs, fitness and recreation. Smart Girls and Kids in Control Program.
Support the Stockton Animal Shelter and the community it serves. Spade and neuter, adoption services and fund raisers.
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.