Provides parent education workshops for at-risk parents, covering topics such as child development, parent roles/responsibilities, age-appropriate behaviors/expectations, and accessing services. The program provides grade level curriculum information sessions for parents K-3rd grade and includes parent support groups and youth activities.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County offers a number of services that can help older adults, adults and children get on the road to wellness and recovery to overcome these barriers and make positive life changes. If you or someone you know are facing problems as a result of these issues, we may be able to help.
CalWORKS Behavioral Health/AOD Services is a multicultural Behavioral health and substance abuse program for CalWORKs participants that helps improve personal and family issues that may keep them from finding economic and emotional self-sufficiency. CalWORKs Behavioral Health/AOD Services is a program member of the Community Health Alliance.
The Handicapables Program of Catholic Charities is for adults and older adults with disabilities that provides opportunities for socialization within a group with common interests and concerns.
Catholic Charities’ Family Resource Centers (FRCs) serve families with children prenatal through age 5 of all income levels and legal status. Our prevention and education services promote the importance of school readiness through family engagement, early education, wellness and community leadership and advocacy programs. Services are available in Santa Clara County’s Supervisorial Districts 1, 2 and 4 through Catholic Charities.
Golden Gateway delivers community-based mobile outreach to older adults 60+ years with undiagnosed depression and other mental health problems. Clients may be physically, linguistically or culturally isolated, home bound or shut-in. Golden Gateway will serve consumers, including the Asian, African American, Latino and American Indian populations.
The Behavioral Health Criminal Justice program is a Full Service Partnership contract with the Department of Mental Health to serve adults 26–59 years old with mental health and substance abuse problems, and a criminal background, or those who are at risk of incarceration.
The Behavioral Health Older Adult Program is a Full Service Partnership contract with the Department of Behavioral Health to serve low-income older adults living with acute Behavioral illness. Program staff will do “whatever it takes” on a 24/7 basis to manage a client’s illness and recovery.
As a provider in the KidConnections Network of care, we provide developmental screenings, assessments and interventions for children prenatal through 5 years old. Services may be provided in a child’s home, school, community or location of caregivers’ choice. The team conducting the screening, assessment, and providing the intervention services may include a Mental Health Clinician and/or a Developmental Specialist depending on the needs of the child.
Adult Inmate Supportive Services - Assists inmates housed in Santa Clara county, and their families, with a variety of services including book delivery, eye glasses, notary services, resources, and referrals.
The training is designed to provide you with basic, hands on skills and knowledge that you will need to start a career in health care. You will learn to provide care to ambulatory elderly and other patients in their homes. This non-credit program emphasizes basic nursing needs, safety considerations, and nutritional needs for older adults. This course is designed to help jump start your career in health care!
Ombudsmen are advocates for people living in nursing and residential care homes. We speak up for frail, elderly, chronically ill, isolated, disabled, or otherwise at-risk long-term care residents. The program promotes the rights and well-being of residents in long-term care facilities in Santa Clara County and provides residents with a means by which their complaints can be heard and resolved.