APIVPS provides case management services, support group and enrichment activities for in-risk API youth and works to reconnect them with caring adults and peers by providing financial, social, and recreational resources, building individual strengths and promoting youth and family communication. For more information, please contact Hubert Huang at 415-775-2636×243 or [email protected]
CYC recognizes the needs of the community and has a Central Intake System in place to provide referrals and case management services. Please contact the On-Duty Intake Counselor at 415-775-2636 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday.
CARC provides an alternative to juvenile hall for youth 11-17 years of age arrested for a variety of criminal offenses. CARC provides a single point of entry of crisis intervention, assessment, service integration, referring and mentoring. This project involves a collaboration of all the city agencies working with youth –– from the schools, human services, […]
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 […]
PYEP is for at risk youth age 10-21 and their families who face multiple barriers to provide them with resources and mentorship to ensure success in life. Engages youth to improve skills in life, promote cultural awareness and leadership opportunities. 1:1 case management- monitor youth academic performance and attendance to prevent truancy on school site […]
PSP provides weekly parent support groups and parenting skills development classes. It allows a knowledge space for parents to access to resources. The weekly parenting classes are available in English, Cantonese or Spanish. For more information, please contact 415-775-2636