Every person deserves to have their voice heard; to know that they matter. We stand up for those whose voice may otherwise get lost in an overburdened system.
Clothes That Work!
Clothes That Work! provides two complete interview-appropriate outfits including shoes, undergarments, makeup and accessories, and an additional three complete job-appropriate outfits after employment is found. In addition the boutique hosts workshops covering topics such as dressing for success, skin care, makeup application, color analysis, hair care, general hygiene and much more. Clothes That Work! always [...]
Disaster Case Management “Guiding survivors to their recovery by nurturing resilience” The Disaster Case Management Program provides direct case management services to disaster survivors and their families through advocacy, information and referral, crisis intervention services, and recovery services. Camp Fire Reach us directly by calling 530.685.5732 or emailing email@example.com. Our Camp Fire Disaster Case Management [...]
ESAVN (Enhanced Services for Asylees and Vulnerable Non-Citizens)
If you or someone you know currently resides in California and has been granted asylum by the United States, the Enhanced Services for Asylees and Vulnerable Non-Citizens (ESAVN) program can provide case management services. ESAVN will provide culturally appropriate and responsive case management services for asylees and vulnerable noncitizens for up to 90 days within [...]
Immigration Legal Services
The Immigration Legal Services Program offers limited legal immigration services to foreign born individuals and their families with a broad spectrum of immigration needs, most of who reside in Tehama County. The Immigration Legal Services Program helps to strengthen families, lift families out of poverty, raise new Americans and new voters, and strengthen American society. The NVCSS [...]
Promotores Program enhances the quality of life for families by promoting mental health and well-being by using a strength-based approach to empower families when delivering services. Services are available to Latino and Hmong communities of Chico, Gridley and Biggs and are free, voluntary, and there are no income eligibility requirements. Promotores identifies community needs while [...]