Home Prior Grants Grants During Fiscal 2015

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At The Crossroads
At the Crossroads engages in street outreach and counseling to disconnected homeless youth, providing them with basic supplies and a chance to build supportive relationships. ATC's dedicated staff help youth choose appropriate goals and offer referrals to other essential social service agencies.
Court Appointed Special Advocates Program, Inc.
$50,000 CASA volunteers speak up for the best interests of a child in court, and may be the only consistent and caring adult presence in the life of a child in foster care. CASA will increase the number of transitional aged youth they serve through advocacy, ensuring youth receive access to health, therapeutic, and educational services.
First Place for Youth $75,000 The My First Place program provides foster youth with the stability of a safe place to live combined with intensive employment and education support so that they can build fundamental work skills, better compete in local job markets, and achieve economic success.
Huckleberry Youth Programs, Inc. $50,000 Transitional age youth will obtain housing, avoid or have an alternative to the juvenile justice system, and develop life and employment skills.
New Door Ventures $25,000 Youth receive life skills, job training, and employment internships at two social enterprise businesses operated by New Door Ventures and at other partnering businesses and nonprofits in the local community.
San Francisco Court Appointed Special Advocate Program $65,000 Youth have a consistent, caring adult shepherding them through the foster care system and ensuring they have a safe home, education, life skills, and community support to succeed in careers and life.
Success Center of San Francisco $50,000 Success Center offers education and employment services for TAYs (Transitional Aged Youth and young adults, ages 16 – 24) so that they may develop a positive self-image as well as a sense of hope and purpose for their future. Successful youth gain job and life skills and end justice system involvement.
Youth Homes, Inc. $25,000 Youth Homes is one of the last foster care agencies in the East Bay that provides intensive residential treatment to youth diagnosed with severe mental illness. Youth are reunited with family or placed in a permanent setting in order to develop healthy coping skills to reduce risky behaviors and graduate with a GED or high school diploma.
TOTAL 2015 GRANTS $415,000