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    Records 1 to 25 of 938 Resources Found

    Asian Health Services
    Serving the medically underserved, including the immigrant and refugee Asian community, and to ensuring equal access to health care services regardless of income, insurance status, language, or culture. A community health center that offers primary health care services with 66 exam rooms and a dental clinic with 11 chairs. We serve over 26,000 patients and over 104,000 patient visits annually. Our staff is fluent in English and 12 Asian languages: Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin), Vietnamese, Karen, Karenni, Korean, Khmer (Cambodian), Mien, Mongolian, Tagalog, Lao and Burmese. Key Words: Asian, API: Multi-language, Oakland, East Bay
    Asian and Asian American Organizations
    Resource page of the Asian American Women in Business site. Links to hundreds of Asian organizations off all types in every state and internationally. Key Words: Directory, API Multi-language Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Filipina, Bengali, Gujarati, Cambodian, Punjabi, Korean, Nepalese, Taiwanese, Myanmar, Burma
    Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP)
    AFOP consists of all the nonprofit and public agencies that serve eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers under the National Farmworker Jobs Program, a national job-training program. The 51 member agencies operate the program through grants awarded by the US Dept of Labor. Members serve agricultural workers in 49 states and Puerto Rico-only Alaska has no program. Multi-language: Spanish Key Words: Employment
    At Home Humanitarian
    At Home Humanitarian provides volunteer mentors to refugees and immigrants living within Northern California. Mentors can help answer any questions relating to American culture, customs, processes, laws, or community resources that would be helpful to the person they support. Mentors can also help find solutions to needs such as finding a job, preparing for college, filing for FAFSA, fixing a car, or passing a driver's test; and provide opportunities to get out, explore surroundings, make new friends, learn a new skill or hobby, and connect to others within their communities. If you'd like a mentor, please fill out the Participate form on the At Home Humanitarian site. Key Words: RIF
    Bank on California
    Bank On programs are locally led coalitions of government agencies, financial institutions and community organizations. Bank On CA is a voluntary collaborative initiative that gives unbanked households access to mainstream financial products and services, including low-cost checking and savings accounts and access to free financial education opportunities. Even those with past problems with an account, have never no previous account before, or no social security number, can open a bank account. Local Collaborations serving the following counties: Alameda, Amador, El Dorado, Placer, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Yolo.
    Bay Area DACA (BADACA)
    IIBA was asked to lead the BADACA Collaborative to provide timely response to the needs of over 60,000 potentially DACA-eligible youth living in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties. Calculator to help determine when it's time to submit Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) renewal.
    Bay Area Prabasi
    Prabasi is a non-profit socio-cultural organization of the San Francisco Bay Area. It is a membership-based organization whose focus is on the Bengali language and culture. Prabasi organizes at least four cultural get-togethers every year. Besides it also organizes Bengali movie shows when available, annual new-year's eve parties and picnics. Prabasi is also instrumental in coordinating relief efforts when a natural disaster strikes. Key Words: Indian
    Bilingual Civics Practice Test
    Interactive practice test with 20 Naturalization test questions in English and Spanish.
    Boat People SOS (BPSOS)
    From the boat people exodus to Hurricane Katrina to the Gulf Coast Oil Spill, BPSOS has earned the trust and respect of the people and among stakeholders for its ability to respond in times of crisis and to provide long-term solutions to social issues. Today BPSOS focuses its domestic operation in: direct services, Immigration/Citizenship, Domestic Violence, Seniors, Survivors, anti-trafficking, youth, occupational safety, advocacy, community development and organizing, research, and media. Offices in: Southern California, TX, VA, GE, DE and Southeast Asia. Multi-Language: Vietnamese, Asian International
    Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
    Originally founded in Taiwan, the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation is an international non-profit humanitarian organization with 4 major missions: charity, medicine, education, and humanistic culture. The foundation also engages in disaster relief. Tzu Chi is a member of NVOAD, National Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster, and often works in collaboration with other relief agencies, such as the American Red Cross. Multi-language: Chinese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese Key Words: Asian, Charity
    Building Welcoming Schools - A Guide for K-12 Educators
    4/18 One of the first places that refugee and immigrant families have the opportunity connect with others is in schools. Ensuring refugee and immigrant students and their families feel welcome and accepted in their school environments is not only foundational for their academic success, but their longer-term economic and social success, as well. Welcoming Refugees has created this toolkit to offer schools and after school learning centers an easily accessible way to promote a welcoming school.
    Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services: Case Status
    In 2017 the BCIS (Formerly INS) opened Case Status online letting customers with applications at a BCIS Service Center conveniently check the status of their case over the internet. As a next step in improving service customers can also call 1-800-375-5283 toll-free for automated case status assistance on Service Center filed cases. Spanish
    Burma Refugee Family Network (BRFN)
    BRFN is a 501(c)(3) community-based nonprofit organization established to support and empower refugees of all ethnic groups from Burma resettling in the wider SF Bay Area. BRFN provides and advocates for culturally and linguistically appropriate social support services, such as language training, social welfare, education, physical and mental healthcare, employment, housing, and cultural bridging and preservation. BRFN works in collaboration and partnership with other community organizations in order for the refugees and asylees to achieve self-sufficiency and civic engagement in the community. Office in Oakland. Language: Burmese
    CA State DSS Immigration Services Contractors
    The CA Dept of Social Services, Immigration Branch funds qualified nonprofit organizations to provide services to California immigrants. Services include the following five categories: (1) Services to Assist Applicants seeking Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA); (2) Services to Obtain Other Immigration; (3) Services to Assist Applicants seeking Naturalization; (4) Legal Training and Technical Assistance Services; and (5) Education and Outreach Activities. Key Words: citizenship, integration, Directory
    CAPI (Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants)
    12/17 If you are a legal non-citizen in financial need, and don't qualify for SSI due to your immigration status, you may be eligible for financial assistance through the CA state CAPI program. Flyer in English, Spanish and Vietnamese Key Words: benefits, public charge, immigrant
    CHECK - COVID-19 Testing Sites at James Lick and Christopher High Schools
    WHO IS THIS? FOR PROFIT DATA COLLECTION? 5/4/20 Two new COVID-19 community testing sites are scheduled to launch in Santa Clara County at James Lick High School in San Jose (57 North White Road) and Christopher High School in Gilroy (850 Day Road). Both sites will operate from 7am – 12pm and 1pm – 7pm, Monday through Friday. Tests are by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling 1-888-634-1123 or visiting lhi.care/covidtesting. Anyone who meets the testing criteria can be tested regardless of insurance or immigration status. Appointment and testing services will be available in English and Spanish. These sites are a collaborative effort between the County of Santa Clara, State of California, OptumServe (the private contractor operating the sites) and the Santa Clara County Office of Education. Key Words: Healthcare, coronavirus,
    CHILDREN - 4C's Emergency Childcare Assistance for Essential Workers
    COVID-19 Update: Due to COVID-19, the CA Dept of Education has created an emergency childcare assistance program through June 30, 2020. Families of essential workers that need childcare assistance and are not already enrolled in a State Funded Child Development Program can apply. Once your application is completed, a 4Cs enrollment staff will contact you with available openings for its subsidy programs.
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    4C's is the Child Care R&R agency mandated by the California Department of Education to provide services to families who live and work in Santa Clara County, California. We serve as the community child care link and our referral services to parents are free and confidential. For additional information or to RSVP please contact 4C Council. (408) 487-0749 English / Spanish Key Words: Key Words: ALLIES7
    CHILDREN - A Grown-Up’s Guide to Using Technology with Young Children
    2019 The Center for Early Learning at Silicon Valley Community Foundation has partnered with Common Sense Media, the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology, to create this resource. It was created to be a resource that recognized that technology will be used with young children in today’s complex world of different household makeups – from multiple generations living under the same roof, to single parents working more than one job, to stay-at-home parents caring for multiple children all day long, to friends and relatives acting as a child’s primary caregiver . We recognize that the confusion and challenges surrounding using technology with young children (for the purpose of this guide, from birth through age 8) vary widely depending on the child’s age, so we divided the guide into sections based on age brackets: 0-2, 3-5 and 6-8.
    CHILDREN - A Guide to Creating “Safe Space” Policies for Early Childhood Programs
    Early childhood programs play an important role in the lives of young children and their families. But in our current immigration policy climate, families across the country are questioning whether it’s safe to attend or enroll. Providers can take steps to protect families’ safety and privacy by implementing policies that designate their facilities as a safe space from immigration enforcement. This guide from CLASP explains federal agency guidance related to “sensitive locations,” provides information about designing and implementing “safe space” policies, and includes sample policy text that early childhood providers can adapt for their programs. Key Words:RRN
    CHILDREN - Backpack Emergency Card for Children
    Printable ID Cards from the CDC to be completed and carried in children's backpacks. It is important to have your emergency contact information with you in case of an emergency. Key Words: Disaster
    CHILDREN - CA Public School Directory
    Listing of public schools with multi-lingual programs from California Dept of Education. Key Words: DOE
    CHILDREN - CDC Guidance for Schools and Child Care Programs Before and During an Outbreak
    The CDC has published Resources for K-12 Schools and Childcare Programs to support planning, preparation, and response to COVID-19. Includes Checklists, Protocols for Cleaning, Supplemental Guidance For Child Care Programs That Remain Open, Facts about COVID-19 for discussions with children Multi-language: Spanish
    CHILDREN - CHILD TRAUMA TOOLKIT FOR EDUCATORS
    2008 Provides school administrators, teachers, staff, and concerned parents with basic information about working with traumatized children in the school system. From NCTSN (National Child Traumatic Stress Network) Key Words: Mental Health
    CHILDREN - California CASA Association
    CA Appointed Special Advocates for Children. Every day in California, more than 88 children enter foster care, having experienced the grave injustice of abuse or neglect. All too often they get lost in the system and their critical needs go unmet. We're here to improve these children's lives. CASA Volunteers receive special instructions on how to address a child's immigration needs and focus on the best outcome for each child.
    CHILDREN - Camp Wonderopolis™
    NCFL’s free online summer journey! Chart your own path through the Wonders of science and see how many Wonder Cards® you can collect. Use your Camp dashboard to track your progress and decide where to Wonder next. Get hands-on with cool experiments and put science to the test! Share your experiences and see what others are doing on the Wonder Wall.. Key Words: Instructor Resource, ALLIES2

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