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C/HOPE

For justice impacted youth aged 14 – 26.

 C/HOPE works with justice-involved youth both during their incarceration and during their re-integration into the community while on probation using a mobile case managment one-on-one approach.

 

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C/FORWARD

For foster youth aged 14 – 26

C/FORWARD staff work with current and former foster youth using mobile case management. 

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WOMEN'S FOSTER HOUSING

For emancipated foster women aged 18-24

Provides rent-free housing for former foster women pursuing higher education or enrolled in an academic or vocational program.

YOUTH NAVIGATOR PROGRAM

For formerly incarcerated and/or foster youth aged 17-25

A year-long paid intership opportunity for youth who participate in our programs.

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SUMMER OF ENGAGEMENT

For current and alumni program participants

Healthy summer activities providing youth with exciting learning experiences in a variety of social settings.

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SUMMER OF ENGAGEMENT

Beach BBQ 2021
Beach BBQ 2021

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Japanese American Museum 2021
Japanese American Museum 2021

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Movie Night 2019
Movie Night 2019

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Beach BBQ 2021
Beach BBQ 2021

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Summer of Engagement (SOE) is our way of celebrating summer with our youth by providing them with exciting learning experiences in a variety of social settings. Each of our SOE events incorporates a fun social activity (i.e. camping, movie night, kayaking, etc.), food, and topics critical to their development (i.e. accountability, empowerment, non-violent communication, etc.). This summer 2019 we focused our SOE events around restorative justice and incorporated different aspects of this practice into our activities. Among the many restorative justice activities, we included in our events, some of these include storytelling, reflection, brainstorming, and strategic thinking. Above all, the most important part of the Coalition’s Summer of Engagement is to provide our youth with a much-needed sense of support, understanding, and community.

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