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PROGRAMS

Discover the range of services we offer to support mental health and asset building. Our programs are designed to make a positive impact in schools, community based organizations, and at our Tracy location. Join us in Central Valley, primarily in San Joaquin County, for in-person activities and services. Our online services are available on Pacific Standard Time. Explore our three divisions: School and Community, Asset Building, and Support Groups.

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School & Community

Engage with our School & Community division to access tailored mental health programs and activities. We collaborate with educational institutions and community organizations to promote emotional well-being and personal growth. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing support and resources to empower individuals and foster a healthy community.

Learning Together

Unlock your potential with our Asset Building division. We offer a range of programs and services to help individuals develop financial literacy, build assets, and achieve economic stability. Whether you are looking to start a small business, save for the future, or improve your financial management skills, our team is here to guide you every step of the way.

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Find strength in community with our Support Groups division. We provide a safe and inclusive space for individuals to connect, share experiences, and receive support. Our group sessions, led by trained facilitators, offer a supportive environment where you can explore common challenges, gain insights, and build meaningful connections with others who understand.

School and Community Center programs connect students, parents, and school staff to resources that improve the student's experience and outcomes. Through promising practices and evidence-based models, we provide intervention and prevention programs that give youth an opportunity to navigate personal and academic obstacles, learn pro-social skills, and make healthy lifestyle choices.  

 

Priority was typically given to youth who are deemed at-risk for dropping out and/or being expelled due to issues with truancy, alleged drug or alcohol use, anger and impulse control, or other behavioral concerns. Once enrolled in any of our programs, youth have continual support opportunities through both on-campus and community mentoring activities that offer adult guidance and structured activities. 

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This program aims to empower young individuals by fostering a healthy recognition and normalization of anger. Its primary objective is to educate participants on constructive methods of expressing anger, thereby minimizing the likelihood of violent outbursts. Through self-reflection and guidance, youth will develop greater emotional intelligence and learn effective stress management techniques.

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At the heart of the Too Good for Drugs program lies a comprehensive approach to skills development across K-12 levels, offering preventive education to address the risk factors associated with alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) use. The curriculum focuses on equipping students with the tools to make informed, healthy choices, cultivate positive relationships, enhance self-confidence, communicate effectively, and resist negative peer influences.

Through Too Good for Drugs, participants are guided through five foundational character development skills essential for fostering self-efficacy, promoting holistic development, and achieving academic success:

  1. Setting Achievable Goals

  2. Making Sound Decisions

  3. Forming Healthy Connections with Others

  4. Recognizing and Managing Emotions

  5. Mastering Effective Communication

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Friday Night Live (FNL) is a dynamic program tailored for high school-aged individuals, driven by collaborative youth-adult partnerships aimed at enriching and revitalizing local communities. Through FNL, participants engage in a variety of initiatives designed to foster enjoyment and significance, while also instilling valuable life skills.

Key features of Friday Night Live Programs include:

  • Empowering young people to create engaging and purposeful activities.

  • Facilitating the dissemination of messages through shared experiences.

  • Championing peer-driven programming, emphasizing youth leadership and participation.

  • Fostering goal-oriented, innovative, and action-driven approaches.

  • Cultivating a culture of youth leadership and community involvement.

  • Ensuring inclusivity by appealing to diverse ethnic, racial, and social backgrounds.

  • Cultivating a sense of empathy and responsibility towards others and the environment.

  • Providing opportunities for conferences and training sessions to enhance leadership and life skills among youth participants.

For more information about our programs

Contact Us

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In Person

42 W. 8th Street

Tracy, CA 95376

Online
Over the Phone

Tel: 209-229-4559

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