Asian Pacific Islander Youth Leadership Council (APIYLC) is a leadership program within the Community Youth Center of San Francisco. APIYLC provides weekly workshops that encourage leadership development, social awareness, and civic engagement in API youth. These workshops will touch on social issues by addressing specific topics such as race and gender, issues in the queer […]

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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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EPSDT provides community based behavioral health services (individual and family therapy) and case management for youth ages 11-21. This program allows for periodic screenings to determine health care needs. ┬áBased upon the identified health care need and diagnosis; treatment services are provided to reduce impairments, improve functioning, motivate success, and promote healthy lifestyles. If you […]

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ISCS provides community based intensive supervision and case management services as well as behavioral health services (individual and family therapy) for youth ages 11-21 involved in the Juvenile Justice Systems. Program emphasizes positive development opportunities through individual and family counseling, youth and parent education, court advocacy, information and referral, life and job skills training, and […]

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JRELL provides youth, ages 14-18, who are primarily immigrant English Language Learners with a workforce program that focuses on removing barriers to employment through a skills building curriculum and workplace experience to ensure they are ready and prepared to succeed in school, work and life. Program participants receive 40 hours of job readiness training/career exploration […]

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NCC provides support to youth who are English Language Learners by equipping them with life skills and knowledge to successfully acculturate in the United States socially and academically. We provide lunch support group at six different pathway high schools, academic assistance, peer leadership training, 1:1 check-in (on as-need basis), and community service opportunities. The 2018-2019 […]

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