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Urban Services YMCA: Western Addition Case Management Program

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1426 Fillmore Street Suite 204, San Francisco, CA

The Western Addition Case Management Program is a violence prevention and intervention program working with some of San Francisco's youth between the ages of 14-25 years old who reside in the Western Addition community and who are in-risk or high at-risk of becoming more involved in the juvenile justice system.

Embarcadero YMCA: Youth Chance High School

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169 Steuart Street, San Francisco, CA

Youth Chance High School strengthens the community by partnering with high-risk inner-city youth to earn their high school diplomas in a safe, supportive environment. Students gain academic, vocational and life skills necessary to become self sufficient, socially responsible young adults. For teens who are truant, chronically absent or have dropped out completely, the Y collaborates extensively with the San Francisco Unified School District and the juvenile justice system. What distinguishes Youth Chance from other programs and continuation schools throughout the city is its strengths-based, holistic approach that helps students understand that they have choices in their lives despite theirRead more

Instituto Familiar de la Raza: La Cultura Cura Youth Program

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2919 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

La Cultura Cura provides after-school programming activities, case management/advocacy, and Mental Health Services in an effort to provide a healthy environment where young people feel supported and empowered while they participate in culturally relevant structured activities.
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Youth Guidance Center Improvement Committee (YGCIC): New Directions Employment Program

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375 Woodside Avenue, Bldg W-2, San Francisco, CA

An education based behavior addressing program capable of providing the exactly needed area for young people to change their perspective on life.

Urban Services YMCA: Truancy Assessment and Resource Center

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44 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

The Truancy Assessment and Resource Center (TARC) is San Francisco's one-stop resource center for truant youth in San Francisco. We provide case management, advocacy, information and referrals, support groups and other support for youth and young adults between the ages of 14-25 years old. In addition, we support parents by connecting them with relevant resource and support groups.

Goodwill Industries: Back on Track

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1500 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

Back on Track is a comprehensive re-entry initiative for young adults with low level non violent drug offenses.