CYC is pleased to announce that we will be launching a new beacon center at Aptos Middle School in the new school year 2018-2019! Through a competitive RFP (Request for Proposals) process, CYC was selected by the San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth and Their Families (DCYF), SFUSD and the Aptos school community to be […]

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APISBO provides recruitment, referral and conflict mediation for in-risk Asian and Pacific Islander low-income youth with cultural/language barriers ages 14-25 facing multiple risk factors. Recruitment and referrals service are available at Galileo, Burton, Washington, and Lincoln high schools, CYC branch offices, Chinatown YMCA as well as at community events. Under the supervision of the Project […]

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Asian Youth Prevention Services (AYPS) goal is to empower youth with the knowledge to make good choices and live healthy lives. AYPS is a youth substance abuse prevention program located at six agencies throughout San Francisco. These agencies include CYC, Filipino Community Center, Japanese Community Youth Council, Samoan Community Development Center, and Vietnamese Youth Development Center. […]

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Bayview Community Advocate focuses on outreach activities and visible presence on the streets, building race relations, assisting residents with access to service and resources, outreaching to Asian, African American and Latino residents and businesses, advocating for multi-lingual services and providing community wide events, such as Bayview Solidarity Tours and cultural celebrations. If you are: Middle […]

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The Behavioral Health component provides case management and individual and family therapy for youth and their families. Clinicians and case managers conduct psycho-social assessments, address mental health stigma, limited access to linguistically and culturally appropriate services, and co-factors specific behavioral health issues such as violence, chronic truancy, and substance use prevention. Internship placement opening: Second […]

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