Resources – Youth/Teen

Celebrate Recovery

2017-08-08T23:59:40-07:00

This is a Biblical, balanced program designed to provide a recovery process to overcome hurts, hang-ups, and habits. Learn more at www.celebraterecovery.com When: Begins Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM  Where: Valley Christian Center, 7500 Inspiration Dr., Dublin Contact: Pastor  Jimi Merrell or  call (925) 560-6228.

Celebrate Recovery2017-08-08T23:59:40-07:00

Lincoln – Kinship Support Services Program

2017-08-14T23:45:12-07:00

Are you raising a relative's child? Lincoln-  Kinship Support Services Program provides free services to kinship families-families in which a child is being raised by his or her relatives.  Our goal is to support our families in any way possible to ensure that the child stays with a relative caregiver versus entering the foster care

Lincoln – Kinship Support Services Program2017-08-14T23:45:12-07:00

Career Track

2017-08-08T16:49:18-07:00

Spend 30 minutes on the phone with us at no charge and gain the confidence to move forward into new job, school and career choices.  Find out if one-on-one workshops or seminars work best for you.  Career Track Plus offers: Assistance in recognition and development of career and employment skills Full engagement in career advising,

Career Track2017-08-08T16:49:18-07:00

Workforce and Benefits Administration-Alameda County Social Services Agency

2017-08-08T16:36:26-07:00

The Workforce and Benefits Administration's mission is to promote self-sufficiency and provide continuing economic assistance through public and private sector partnerships while fostering a workforce development system which supports individuals and families.  Publicly sponsored health coverage programs are also available to assist with individual health needs. CalWorks, California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids an

Workforce and Benefits Administration-Alameda County Social Services Agency2017-08-08T16:36:26-07:00

Easter Seals Kaleidoscope After-School Care

2017-08-06T23:14:09-07:00

Kaleidoscope is an after-school program based in Dublin, California, open to children and young adults ages 5 to 22. The program offers specific programming for children, teens and young adults with disabilities working to integrate into the community. Kaleidoscope is open to individuals with a wide range of abilities and is not limited to those

Easter Seals Kaleidoscope After-School Care2017-08-06T23:14:09-07:00

Highway to Work Youth Program

2017-08-06T22:44:12-07:00

Highway to Work is a youth employment and education program that is designed to improve the self-sufficiency and well-being for youth involved with Alameda County Children and Family Services or the Cal-Learn/CalWORKs program. Youth gain employment and career-skills through development workshops, participate in paid work experience, and are supported by educational and enrichment activities, such

Highway to Work Youth Program2017-08-06T22:44:12-07:00

New Day for Children

2017-08-08T22:28:54-07:00

New Day for Children is a local faith-based program and facility offering hope and security for girls from the ages of 10-18 caught in the desperation of sexual exploitation for commercial purposes. By working with local partners, businesses, law enforcement, and volunteers, a program has been developed to lift the girls out of this desperation

New Day for Children2017-08-08T22:28:54-07:00

YMCA of the EAST BAY

2018-03-21T17:49:18-07:00

The YMCA’s mission is to build strong kids, strong families, strong communities.  Quality programs are provided that serve the needs of children, teens, adults and families.  You can help by serving on the YMCA board of managers, volunteering for a program such as mentoring or serving on a committee. Where: 5000 Pleasanton Ave, Suite 220,

YMCA of the EAST BAY2018-03-21T17:49:18-07:00

Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (CASA)

2017-08-08T22:37:13-07:00

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

Teen Esteem

2017-08-08T18:17:18-07:00

Teen Esteem equips, educates and empowers teens, parents, educators and the community on issues related to teens and adolescent health while addressing the importance of self-respect and respect for others. Are you interested in volunteering? Please fill out the form on this page and a representative from Teen Esteem will contact you. We are looking for

Teen Esteem2017-08-08T18:17:18-07:00