Here is a partial list of services:
CalWORKs 408-325-5230 or 408-325-5219 A multicultural mental health program for CalWORKs participants that helps improve personal and family issues that may keep them from finding economic and emotional self-sufficiency.
Full Service Partnership – Older Adults 408-899-7141 Community mental health services for older adults age 60+. Services include case management, medication support, mental health counseling, and crisis intervention to help older adults who have been in institutional settings to move into community locations and services.
Family & Children's Counseling 408-283-6151 x315 Provides therapeutic services for children, ages 6-17, and their families. By utilizing different treatment modalities and working in conjunction with a child psychiatrist as necessary and appropriate, the staff seeks to help children and families address emotional and behavioral concerns.
KidConnections Network/First 5 408-283-6151 x315 Provide developmental screenings, assessments and interventions for children prenatal through 5 years-old. Services may be provided in a child home, school, community or location of caregivers’ choice. conducting the screening, assessment, and providing the intervention services may include a Mental Health Therapist and/or a Home depending on the needs of the child.
Prevention & Early Intervention Support (PEI) 408-283-6151 Supports families with community resources for basic needs like food, clothing and housing. Helps children with challenging behaviors at home and school. Provides individualized coaching and therapy for children and families to help them heal from grief and loss, sadness and anxiet groups to improve family communication and strengthen relationships.
CORAL After-School Program 408-283-6150 CORAL (Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning) is a K-8 expanded learning program that focuses on improving academic achievement through literacy and homework support. In addition, CORAL sports and other enrichment activities are provided at each of the 22 sites
Family Wellness 408-675-6571 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
Family Resource Centers Promotes school readiness for families with children prenatal through age 5. Family Resource Centers serve as community hubs and provide information, resources, support and enrichment programs, and activities for children and their families.
Family Resource Center Locations
Northwood Family Resource Center
Race Street Family Resource Center
Rita Chavez-Medina Family Resource Center
San Miguel Family Resource Center
(408) 522-8200 x1890
Seven Trees Family Resource Center
Sunnyhills Family Resource Center
Edenvale Community Center
Captain Jason Dahl Family Resource Center
Educare Family Resource Center
Evergreen Family Resource Center
Josephine Guerrero Family Resource Center
(408) 635-2662 x1637
Luther Burbank Family Resource Center
Horace Cureton Elementary School
3720 E. Hills Drive, Room 1 & 2
San Jose, CA 95127
Grand Opening Of Alum Rock Hubbard Family Resource Center
Monday, February 10, 2020
O.S. Hubbard Elementary1680 Foley AvenueSan Jose
Day Break Cares Home Care / Adult Day Care / Caregiver Support Provides non-medical care services to seniors and disabled adults living in the community and to those who care for them. Services include professional in home care, licensed adult day care centers, caregiver support and education, escorted transportation, and other assistance. Sunnyvale 408-530-8734 San Jose 408-270-4900 Day Break Cares Main Office Line 408-831-0441
The House Sharing Program is designed to expand affordable housing options for Santa Clara County residents through the use of underutilized homes and stability for community members with varying income levels, such as seniors, persons on fixed incomes, working individuals, transitional youth, students and veterans.
Catholic Charities does not own or manage any apartment buildings nor administers any housing programs, but can offer detailed information for your housing search.Catholic Charities offers affordable housing through Charities Housing Development Corporation, our housing development affiliate corporation.