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Teen Night Every Friday At Boys and Girls Club-Don Fischer Playhouse!

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380 Fulton St San Francisco, CA 94102

If you’re a student between the ages of 13 and 18, a full-range of special activities and programs has been designed just for you.

Legal Services for Children

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1254 Market St. 3rd Floor San Francisco, CA 94102

LSC’s team advocacy approach enables us to provide a wide spectrum of services. They represent children and youth in cases that include legal guardianship, dependency, school discipline, immigration, emancipation, and restraining order proceedings.

Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

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1294 Potrero Avenue. San Francisco CA, 94110

Good Samaritan comprehensively addresses the needs of low-income Latino immigrant families through a Two-Generation Strategy that involves children and their parents/caregivers
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CHALK Offering Free Workshops for Youth!

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271 Austin San Francisco CA, 94109

CHALK will be providing one free workshop every month to young people ages 14-24 starting February 2015.CHALK  aims to provide the young people with life skills and leadership opportunities through peer to peer learning. All training’s will be first come first serve and will be focused on current youth issues. For a flyer with all workshops being offered click here. To register click here.  Source: CHALK, January 27th, 2015
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Essie Justice Group

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A new organization based in the Bay Area called Essie Justice Group, is looking for women who have sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, partners, brothers, sisters, and other loved ones behind bars to join a supportive group for women with incarcerated loved ones. If this reminds you of someone you know (or if you are a woman with an incarcerated loved one), please click here to nominate her or yourself to be a part of the creation of Essie’s Place, a group in the San Francisco Bay Area for women with incarcerated loved ones. Source: Essie Justice Group, January 15th, 2015

Youth Contest: Bully Free Starts With Me

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S.F. District Attorneys office present: Bye Bye bullying. A contest aimed at getting middle and high school aged youth to advocate against bullying through media arts.