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COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CityServe

www.cityservetrivalley.org/news/
Current information on all community resources during COVID-19.

 

Below are suggestions for other organizations to contact for information on services and assistance programs. This list is offered as a resource only; not as a specific endorsement or referral to any of the services listed.

 

Housing & Shelter

ECHO Housing
www.echofairhousing.org
Housing rental assistance, education, counseling.

Eden Housing
www.edenhousing.org
Hotline for housing waiting lists.

Tri-Valley Haven
www.trivalleyhaven.org
Shelter, legal aid, and counseling programs for adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness.


Employment

Tri-Valley One Stop Career Center
www.trivalleyonestop.org
Shelter, legal aid, and counseling programs for adults and children who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or homelessness.

Veteran Employment Resource
www.military.com/jobs
Veteran friendly search engine powered by Monster.com.

Wardrobe for Opportunity
www.wardrobe.org
Clothing, image coaching, and education for low-income job seekers.


Legal

Asian Pacific Islander Outreach
www.apilegaloutreach.org
Legal resources on immigration, elder, women’s and disability rights,for Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

Bay Area Legal Aid
www.baylegal.org
Free legal assistance for low income families, seniors, immigrants, veterans, survivors of domestic violence and individuals with disabilities.

California Immigrant Policy Center
www.caimmigrant.org
Public policy and advocacy resources for immigrant community.

Centro Legal de la Raza
www.centrolegal.org
Legal services and education for low-income, immigrant and latino communities.


Substance Abuse Prevention

Drugs of Abuse from University of Utah Addiction Education
www.learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/addiction/abuse/
Drug education and videos for teens.

Mouse Party from University of Utah Addiction Education
www.learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/addiction/mouse/
Interactive drug education and videos for teens.

NIDA for Teens
www.teens.drugabuse.gov/teens
How drugs affect the human body, videos, games, blog posts and more for teens

Operation Prevention
www.operationprevention.com/#spm
Self-paced modules on opioid education, and addiction education for teens

Medicine Abuse Project
www.drugfree.org/medicine-abuse-project/
Learn how to safeguard your family and community from the devastation of heroin and other opioids and the abuse of prescription and over-the-counter medications

NIDA for Teens, Facts for Parents
www.teens.drugabuse.gov/parents
Get information to help you talk with your teens about drugs and their effects, and learn where to go to get help.
 

Teen Addiction Treatment

Partnership for Drug Free Kids
www.drugfree.org/landing-page/get-help-support/
From prevention to sustained recovery, this program infuses the best-in-class science with compassion to support families caring for a child or loved one struggling with substance use.

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Association (SAMHSA) Treatment Locator
www.samhsa.gov/find-treatment
Find alcohol, drug, or mental health treatment facilities and programs around the country.


Screens, Media, & Youth Mental Wellness

Angst Movie Website
www.angstmovie.com/resources/
Common questions answered and resources on awareness around anxiety.

Common Sense Media
www.commonsensemedia.org
Youth and teen friendly expert reviews on media, objective advice, and additional helpful tools.

Screenagers Movie Website
www.screenagersmovie.com/resources-2
Youth and teen friendly resources on sleep, screentime, parenting skills, cell phone policies and weekly conversation starters about technology (Tech Talk Tuesday Blog).


Parenting Classes

Active Parenting
www.activeparenting.com/for-parents/for-parents-online-parenting-classes/active-parenting-of-teens/
Topics include: communicating effectively with teens, understanding a teen’s goals, giving your teen the tools needed to behave in a responsible way, reducing the risks of the teen years and more! Program costs apply.

Priceless Parenting
www.pricelessparenting.com/class_ages13to18/info_13to18
Learn to think on your feet when the struggles happen and not just react, and discover how to replace yelling with calmly setting firm limits. Program costs apply.

The Parent Project
www.parentproject.com/
Programs include; Changing Destructive Adolescent Behaviorand Loving Solutions (ages 5-10). Program costs apply.

 
 
 

Patient Health Information

Axis Community health has selected the following website that contains information designed to help you find the information and tools to help you and those you care about stay healthy. Visit Healthfinder. This website is designed for educational use only and is not intended to replace advice from a health professional.