Our Second Home:

an Early Childhood Family Resource Center providing health services, educational support, onsite care coordination, family therapy, and activities for families , providers, and caregivers with children aged pre-natal through twelve. OSH’s Mission is to help families raise healthy children, prepared for school. Annually, over 800 families are served.
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After School Academic Programs:

serving Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade students with high-quality after school programs in Tutoring, Homework Assistance, Enrichment Classes and Summer STEM and Transitional Kindergarten Readiness programs. ASAP’s mission is to help students reach grade level proficiency through extended school day learning. Annually, over 1700 students are served at 16 public elementary and 4 middle schools in the Daly City area.
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Youth Enrichment Program:

collaborating throughout the community with youth-serving organizations to provide programs to both middle school and high school youth. The North County Youth Collective (NCYC) and the Daly City Youth Health Center (DCYHC) help to build the competencies, positive life choices, and self-esteem of teens and young adults, giving them the opportunity to be creative, challenge their fears and make a difference in their community.

Daly City ACCESS -Healthy Aging Response Team:

ACCESS is a collaboration of community based organizations, government agencies, and civic leaders serving older adults and persons with disabilities. HART provides access to critical multi-lingual services and connects seniors to programs that enhance wellness, build trust, and encourage self-sufficiency, Our ‘HART’ phone volunteers reach out to isolated seniors and disabled persons with information, resources, and referrals, then follow up with warm and caring check-in calls.
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Community Action Response Team:

a “grass roots” differential response movement providing local support from the community for the community. Through a partnership with Children and Family Services of San Mateo County, CART Staff work with families in need who who have been reported to CPS, and connects them to available services and resources designed to improve family outcomes and help them self manage through any future crisis.
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