May
26
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
29
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
29
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
31
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
31
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Oct
14
6:00 pm18:00

EVENT: 9th Annual Hearts for Hope

Our signature fundraiser is always a night to remember!  Join us this year at Diablo Country Club as we expand our community of support for traumatized youth. 

Check back for more details!


May
25
6:00 pm18:00

INFO SESSION: Resource Family Info Session and Orientation

Who can be a resource parent? YOU CAN! 
 

If you'd like to learn more about becoming a resource parent in order to provide a stable and loving environment for a foster child, please join us Thursday, May 25th for an informational session and orientation.

To RSVP and/or for further information, please contact:

Carrie Johnson, Clinical Director:
carriej@youthhomes.org
925-876-3327

This session is open to anyone - whether you are contemplating becoming a resource parent, have started the application process, or are somewhere in between, YOU are welcome!

During this session, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Learn more about the process of becoming a resource/adoptive parent.
  • Understand how Youth Homes will be with you every step of the way, supporting you with our programs and services.
  • Meet with current resource and adoptive parents to ask questions about their experiences.
  • Gain training hours towards approval.
May
24
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
24
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
19
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
17
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
12
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
10
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
10
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop In-Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
8
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
8
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

May
7
11:00 am11:00

EVENT: Fashion Show Fundraiser!

Tickets are on sale now for the Youth Homes Auxiliary’s fashion and fundraising event, “Celebrating the Beauty of Diversity.”

Please join us Sunday, May 7th at 11AM at Macy’s, Walnut Creek for a sneak peek at Spring fashion trends modeled by local favorites! Tickets are $25 per person, include admission to the event, a 25% shopping discount and beverages and hors d’oeuvres.

Tickets may be purchased by mailing a check (made out to YHA) to: Fashion Show 2017, c/o Youth Homes Thrift Shop, 15B Vivian Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523. For more information about this event,  email Barbara Ingraham, Event Chair, Barbaraing@aol.com.

All proceeds from this event will benefit the programs of Youth Homes, Inc.

 

May
6
5:00 pm17:00

EVENT: 2nd Annual Hops for Hope

LOCAL BREW | TASTY BITES | LIVE MUSIC | RAFFLE | SILENT AUCTION

Beer tasting to benefit Youth Homes’ programs for traumatized foster and former foster youth in our community.

Tickets on sale now!  For more information on where to purchase tickets, please contact give@youthhomes.org.

May
5
10:10 am10:10

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
28
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
26
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
26
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
24
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
24
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
21
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
19
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
19
9:00 am09:00

TRAINING: Nurtured Heart Approach Training

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Come join Youth Homes for this special presentation with international guest trainer Alastair “Ally” Gardiner. Transforming Challenging, Aggressive, Violent and Runaway Behavior in Residential Care.

 View/Print Training Flyer

Cost per person: $150, made out to Youth Homes, Inc. 1 hour lunch on your own. 

RSVP required: Ronnie R Mabou, Residential Services Training Supervisor, ronniem@youthhomes.org

Mandatory for residential staff. Optional for field based staff

Apr
17
2:00 pm14:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
17
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
14
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.

Apr
12
10:00 am10:00

YOUTH: Resource Center Drop-In Hours

TAY (ages 17 – 25) can come use the Resource Center and check out a laptop for job search activities such as filling out job applications, with or without help from staff, do research on current job opportunities, work on their computer skills, or do homework. They can also come to use it as a quiet and safe space to read, write, listen to music, or get creative with the many arts and crafts supplies.