Unity Care receives $250,000 in major funding from Santa Clara County’s

Unity Care receives $250,000 in major funding from Santa Clara County’s affordable housing fund and expands its Transitional Housing for Youth (THP) project.

Awarded accreditation by the California Alliance of Child and Family Services for meeting standards for excellence in residential care, day treatment, and family-based services.

Cherish Center opens, Monterey County’s first-ever 23-hour receiving center for abused or neglected children.

Unity Care’s PC-MEP program teams with NASA Ames Research Center & Bellarmine College Preparatory as Team 254 “Cheesy Poofs” to win the 2004 FIRST Robotics Championship.

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