Sow A Seed Community Foundation
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Defined by My Abilities
Date: March 11, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m.
Location: Diversity Center, L201
Disability is a fact of life for millions of people, still many of us don't know what it's like to navigate our society with a disability.
Join Dr. Meggan Jordan of Sociology as she talks with our speaker, Angelica S. Martinez, MSW ('07,'13), about her experiences as a deaf woman living and working in the Central Valley.
If you need special accomodations, please contact DRS via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (209) 667-3159.
Program Advisor, Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration
Genesis Behavior Center, Inc
Genesis Behavior Center, Inc. is an ABA company providing services to children on the autism spectrum. They are currently hiring entry-level staff for a Behavior Technician position, working one on one with clients. Most hours are in the evenings, typically part-time for 10-15 hours per week. Occasionally there may be morning clients, so those who only have morning availability are still encouraged to apply.
Any students who are interested can contact Kristen Cortez, at email@example.com.
Behavioral Health Director at Livingston Community Health
Dr. Rheena Pineda is a clinical psychologist, who recently has taken on the role of Behavioral Health Director at Livingston Community Health. As an FQHC in Merced and Stanislaus counties, LCH has 6 medical clinics and 3 dental clinics. Currently building a 7 acre medical/dental/administration campus in Livingston. The organization is growing and as such, they are seeking a full time LCSW and ASW to become a member of their BH program, which includes leadership responsibilities, as well as direct patient care and consultations across all ages of patients.
For more information please contact Dr. Rheena Pineda at (209) 417-2023.
Clinical Supervisor at CCTRP in Stockton
Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program
Know Your Rights
Bilingual Foster Care and Adoption Social Worker
Building Healthy Life Skills
ANOTHER CLASS IS COMING SOON
STARTING January 14th, 2019 | SIGN UP NOW!
Building Healthy Life Skills is an exciting and informative 12 Week Course for Parents and Children.
Building Healthy Life Skills is an evidence-based curriculum which promotes children's social competence, emotional regulation, and problem-solving skills to reduce potential behavior problems. Parents learn strong emotional and social skills that enable them to build resiliency, improve communication skills and improve family life. Reduces school drop-out, violence, drug abuse, and delinquency in later years.
To accomplish this, Four (4) Parent/Child Classes have been scheduled throughout the upcoming year, with the Fourth (\4th) Course beginning January 14, 2019 in the City of Merced.
The registration form can be filled out by a Case Manager, Outreach Worker, or an Individual. The registration form can be returned via email or mailed to the address listed at bottom of the document.
To learn more, make a referral or to participate please contact Phil Schmauss at (209) 658-9558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Cerebral Palsy
United Cerebral Palsy is currently looking for over 30 candidates to fill a number of open positions.
Part time openings:
Healing Arenas, Inc.
Part-time position seeking a mental health professional versed in first responder issues. Contact Julie Baker at email@example.com
Assyrian Wellness Collaborative
Seeking volunteers who are interested in learning about and assisting the Assyrian community; entails attendance at monthly meetings within Stanislaus County. Please contact Carmen Morad firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit on Facebook.