Programs

The SAY Dream Center

Offering housing for 18-24 year olds, along with counseling and job training.

 

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The Coffee House Teen Shelter

Providing short-term shelter, food, counseling, and referrals for youth and their families.

 

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Esperanza Resource Services

Job assistance, educational support, social activities, field trips, community service opportunities, work experience and tattoo removal for youth ages 14-24.

 

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Individual and Family Therapy

These services are offered to youth ages 5-25 and their families.

 

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Functional Family Therapy

Functional Family Therapy is a proven family therapy model for youth ages 10-18 and their family.

 

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Girls Circle

Girls Circle is a model of structured support groups promoting girls strengths and connection with peers. It is designed to foster self-esteem and allow for self-expression through discussion and activities.

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MFT Trainee & Internship

SAY offers placements for trainees and interns who are on a licensure track toward becoming an MFT, LCSW, or Clinical Psychologist.

 

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School Based Mental Health Services

Offering mental health services in schools across Sonoma County.

 

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Street Outreach Program

Helping homeless youth, youth who are at risk of homelessness, and youth who are transitioning out of treatment programs.

 

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Sunflower Community Garden

Youth maintained urban vegetable garden, helping keep teens out of gangs.

 

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Tamayo Village

Affordable housing for former foster youth and young adults who may be homeless.

 

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Tattoo Removal

Helping former gang-affiliated youth and young adults dissolve their past by removal of gang-related tattoos.

 

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YouthLink Services

Free, county-wide education and employment services for youth ages 16-24. Connecting youth to local employers for career exploration and employment opportunities.

 

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SAY WillMar Grief Services

SAY’s WillMar Grief Services uses group peer support and expressive arts for children, youth, and adults healing after a death or the trauma of living with a family member with a life-altering illness.

 

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