Programs & Activities
The purpose of this page is to share community resources with our students and parents.
Access Center serves individuals at risk or currently experiencing homelessness.
CHSS provides emergency shelter services, housing counseling services, rental assistance, and permanent supportive housing.
CVOC services include vocational education, adult basic education, English Language instruction, housing assistance, energy payment assistance, home weatherization services, emergency supportive services, transportation, emergency food, job placement services, child care services and community education services.
Concilio ofrece los siguientes servicios: clases de Ingles, servicio de inmigración, consejería de salud mental, y mas.
Concilio offers ESL classes, immigration services, mental health counseling, and more.
Jessica’s House provides support in a safe place for children, teens, young adults, and their families, at no cost, because no child should ever grieve alone.
This group is a support/process group for individuals who identify themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender, and the issues that are unique to them. We provide a comprehensive skill set that includes processing sensitive issues, increasing coping strategies, and providing community resources/referrals.
MOVE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting the residents of Stanislaus County with transportation options to access the community.
Local NAMI affiliates in California offer free support groups and classes for those living with mental health conditions and their families. Find your local affiliate to find out more about how you can find help.
Programa de promotores de prevención para fortalecer la salud menta y emocional.
211 of Stanislaus County, a program of United Way of Stanislaus County, is a comprehensive information and referral service for our county. If you or someone you know needs help with services such as food, housing, counseling, rent, and utility assistance or legal aid for work issues, call 211 or see other ways to contact 211 below.
Esta lista es proporcionada a la comunidad como un servicio publico.
The Youth Navigation Center (YNC) provides shelter, housing and comprehensive drop-in services to youth and young adults in Stanislaus County between the ages of 13-25, experiencing crisis, housing instability and/or homelessness.