C.H.A.I.N. Reaction, Inc. provides a variety of comprehensive, quality service delivery programs to promote the health and well-being of foster care youth, adolescents and communities including Health and Wellness, Transitional Housing, and a Peer Advocate Program.
John Muir Charter School is a statewide WASC accredited high school diploma program that serves youth 16-24 that have been pushed out of the traditional education system. We offer a rigorous academic program with full-time accredited teachers and academic tutors in tandem with career and college readiness programs at our school sites.
The Children’s Collective Inc.’s youth programs assist youth and teens during the critical transition between childhood and adulthood. Services include: After School Program; Summer Youth Camp; Sports and Recreation; Basic Skills Tutorial; Nutrition Education and Obesity Training; Workforce and Financial Literacy Training; Teen Pregnancy Prevention; and Adovcacy for Youth Offenders.
CareerLink is an employment resource that LINKS career seekers with employers. We have more than four decades of experience in the training, career planning, recruiting and job placement services. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff provides high quality and efficient services.
CAST's client services programs offer support all along the continuum of a human trafficking survivor’s journey, including: emergency response, counseling and skills training, shelter, legal advocacy and survivor leadership.
We provide young women (18-24 years old) homeless after foster care and at risk homeless youth with room and board, college support, paid job internships, savings program, automobile obtainment program and independent living education. All of The Teen Project's homes are beautiful. We believe where and how a kid lives reflects on how they feel about themselves. Each of our young women have their own room in a beautilful neighborhood and live-in house mom provides for a real family environment.
College Sponsorship provides financial assistance for foster youth to attend four year colleges/universities without the fear of an overwhelming financial burden and offers support services and personalized attention to recipients, with the goal of increasing college graduation rates for foster youth. Program services include:
The Youth Employment Opportunity Program (YEOP) provides special services to youth between the ages of 15 and 25 to assist them in achieving their educational and vocational goals. While working with peer advisors, youth clients interact with professional individuals who have similar paths, perspectives, and educational goals by providing referrals to supportive services, workshops, career coaching, employment preparation, and other training and community outreach efforts.