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A positive role model, a helping hand

A positive, natural support system provides lasting connections in the form of emotional safety, dependability, consistency, and permanency. Through our philosophy of unconditional care, caring adults offer stability, help youth make positive life choices, and connect them to vital resources throughout their transition into adulthood.

Resource & Advocacy Support Services (RASS)

Working in partnership with Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children’s Services, RASS provides support and resources to county-licensed foster and adoptive parents. Our goal is to stabilize youth placements in their foster and adoptive homes by identifying the family’s needs, providing support and resources, and promoting the child’s stabilization. Santa Clara County.

Umoja

Our Umoja program serves families and children referred by the Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children’s Services. Staff function as a cultural bridge between all groups to ensure services are administered with complete understanding. Umoja’s four objectives are to ensure child safety in the home; reduce the number of children of color in the Child Welfare System; provide cultural understanding between families and social workers; and connect families to culturally sensitive community resources. Santa Clara County.

Nurturing Parents Program

This program helps prevent child abuse through weekly parent education workshops and a parent support group. Parents learn effective communication, parenting tips, proper discipline, the impact of trauma, how to prevent child abuse, and healthy relationships. These workshops are free and open to any interested parents in the community. Santa Clara County.