Author:Shelby Harris

One Cold Night 2018: Sonoma Valley

We are only 5 days away from One Cold Night! So far we have touched on four of our sleeping sites - today we are heading to Sonoma Valley to learn more about the unique needs of youth in this area. This week we are talking about Sonoma Valley-the needs of...

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One Cold Night 2018: North County

We are only two weeks away from SAY’s annual fall fundraiser, One Cold Night! Participating in One Cold Night is an act of solidarity — a demonstration in word and action to youth experiencing homelessness that you care. Leading up to December 7th, we are highlighting each of the six...

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One Cold Night 2018: Petaluma

We are less than a month from SAY’s annual fall fundraiser, One Cold Night, taking place on December 7th. One Cold Night makes a meaningful impact on our community, shows solidarity with youth experiencing homelessness and disconnection, and builds awareness that inspires more and more people each year to step...

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One Cold Night 2018: West County

SAY’s annual fall fundraiser, One Cold Night, is a county wide movement of individuals, known as sleepers who accept the challenge to sleep outside for one night so that homeless and at-risk youth don’t have to. This event will take place on December 7th with Sleepers representing six key areas...

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One Cold Night 2018: Santa Rosa

SAY's annual fall fundraiser, One Cold Night, will take place on December 7th with community members spending the night outside to advocate and raise awareness for the 515 youth experiencing homelessness in Sonoma County. This year, Sleepers will represent six key areas in Sonoma County and the unique struggles and...

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Youth Summer Successes at SAY

This summer was a busy and exciting time for youth in SAY’s work experience programs. Every summer, SAY helps a cohort of young people become workforce ready through professional development workshops that focus on essential job skills, mock interviewing, and helping youth get that vital first job experience on their...

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SAY Recognized as Youth Friendly Business

Social Advocates for Youth is honored to be recognized as a Youth Friendly Business by the Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board (WIB)! Our local Workforce Investment Board (WIB) is a group of key stakeholders appointed by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors to address workforce challenges throughout Sonoma County. The WIB...

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Meet the Coursey Family

SAY Soirée is officially 30 days away! This year, SAY's annual spring fundraiser will take place in downtown Santa Rosa, within the newly reunified Courthouse Square. During this sophisticated, black-tie event guests will hear the stories of our youth and the power of SAY’s housing, counseling and career services. These services would...

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SAY Leads Sonoma County’s Point in Time Homeless Youth Count

On Friday, February 23 Sonoma County conducted its annual Point in Time Homeless Count for both adult and youth populations currently experiencing homelessness in our community. The adult count took place during the early morning (6am-10am) and the youth count occurred in the late afternoon (3pm-7pm). [caption id="attachment_44721" align="alignleft" width="258"] Mapping...

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