Resources – San Ramon

Love Never Fails


Love Never Fails is committed to restoration, education and protection of youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic sex trafficking.  This 501 (c)(3) offers housing, education, mentoring & health services, workforce development, street outreach, missing person search and community activism. Volunteers:   Join us for our monthly action network meetings on the 1st

Love Never Fails2017-08-13T22:56:41-07:00

Voice Outside the Wall, Prison Ministry (For the families of those incarcerated)


This gathering is for families that have been devastated by the incarceration of a loved one,  The group will help families understand what to expect after someone they care about has been arrested, and how to cope before, during and after their sentence. When: Last Monday of each month, 6:30 – 8:30 PM Where: Valley Christian Center,

Voice Outside the Wall, Prison Ministry (For the families of those incarcerated)2017-08-23T21:31:36-07:00

Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide


Alameda/Contra Costa Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide This directory of publicly-assisted rental housing resources is produced as a public service by the jurisdictions in the Tri-Valley area including Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon and the town of Danville. The guide provides: * A listing of housing related services in the Tri-Valley, including fair housing resources

Tri-Valley Rental Housing Opportunities Guide2017-08-09T19:08:43-07:00

Pocket Guide to Human Services


The Human Services Pocket Guide Is a joint effort by the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton to cumulate known resources into one handy pocket-sized guide.  The Pocket Guide provides information on resources for basic human service needs such as food, shelter, healthcare, developmental and physical disability, education and employment, etc.  The Pocket Guide is

Pocket Guide to Human Services2018-02-26T23:21:22-08:00

Missing Man Ministry – Widows/Fatherless


Missing Man ministry is incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) organization helping widows and fatherless children in need.  The mission of this non-profit is to alleviate the suffering of women and children facing the loss of a husband and father.  We are men, women and children in your community dedicated to helping families who have

Missing Man Ministry – Widows/Fatherless2017-08-08T22:50:46-07:00

San Ramon City Lights Volunteer Program


The City of San Ramon welcomes volunteers to be  part of the team to help make San Ramon a wonderful place to live and work.  Join the Volunteer Team by creating an account on the Volunteer Hub. Volunteer Opportunities can be viewed on the City Lights Volunteer program: Contact:   Recreation Supervisor or call

San Ramon City Lights Volunteer Program2017-08-09T00:44:34-07:00

Gideons International


Be part of this important ministry focused on providing God’s written word to local hotels, schools, colleges, hospitals, jails, prisons, police, fire and military personnel. Who is eligible to join The Gideon's International? Generally, Christian businessmen and professional men age 21 and older, or retired businessmen and professional men, who adhere to the core spiritual

Gideons International2017-08-08T23:35:32-07:00

Alcosta Senior & Community Center – San Ramon


Have fun and serve our seniors in a variety of ways! This Center also includes a program for you to invest in children through the Center’s tutoring program. Where: 9300 Alcosta Blvd, San Ramon  (925) 973-3250 Visit our website at: Alcosta Senior & Community Center

Alcosta Senior & Community Center – San Ramon2018-03-19T23:12:23-07:00

Safe Families For Children (SFFC)


Be a temporary safe haven for children of parents in crisis!  SFFC is a partnership between Olive Crest, a faith-based child welfare agency and local churches providing a way other than the foster care system for families to have time to heal and reunite in a more stable and healthy home. Safe families are needed

Safe Families For Children (SFFC)2017-08-14T22:44:07-07:00

Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (CASA)


CASA serves abused, abandoned and neglected children, ages 8-19, who are dependents of the juvenile court system.  CASA volunteers establish stable relationships with foster children, getting to know their unique history and making informed recommendations to the courts.  When a child has an advocate, he/she is more likely to get needed services — and a

Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (CASA)2017-08-08T22:37:13-07:00