Social Advocates For Youth

SAY Joins Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Social Advocates for Youth has joined the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Sonoma County. Pictured (l-r), HC President Juan Hernandez; Teri Shaughnessy- Coldwell Banker, Kim McEachron- Medtronic Cardiovascular, Matt Martin- Social Advocates for Youth, Marco Suarez, HC Board Member ...

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BUDGET NEWS: Supes to the Rescue!

Board of Supervisors Unanimously SAY "Yes" to Non Profit Funding! Sonoma County Human Services Commission funds allow non-profit organizations to fill gaps in social services, saving the County thousands of dollars each year. Up until recently, these funds were in jeopardy. But, in swoop the Super Supes!! By a straw vote yesterday...

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Having a job made me feel responsible again

My success story starts with me walking into my job interview with the 2009 Summer Jobs Program. It was a group interview and I was surprised when I saw how many kids were there and thought: "there's no way I'm going to get hired with all these people here." But that...

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Success!

Before I was introduced to the Social Advocates for Youth, I was a young single mother in search of a job ...

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Achieving Academic Success Through Counseling

SAY's Lead Therapist Elizabeth Goldman shares two success stories from our Medi-Cal Counseling Clinic in Santa Rosa: I am excited to share two very happy success stories, both highlighting the academic accomplishments of two of my clients. Although they do not know each other, they are fine examples of the progress that...

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