Program areas at Northern Valley Catholic Social Service
Wild Fire Relief - The Organization operates two programs to support wild fire relief efforts.CalHOPE is a program designed to offer emotional support and resources to thoseaffected by the fire. This program operates with a program manager, team lead(s) andcrisis outreach workers. The outreach workers go in pairs to affected areas,businesses, schools, community centers and events, homes, etc., to provide emotionalsupport and resources to those in need. The program is designed to offer a lighttouch of casework to ensure anyone in any fashion who has been affected by thedisaster receives support and resources as needed.Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) is a program designed to assist thosewho have lost or damaged homes to rebuild their homes. This program focusesprimarily on those who were underinsured or uninsured. This program connectsclients to the Community Recover Team (CRT) or Long Term Recovery Group (LTRG)where funding within the community, in addition to various resources, are used toassist the community with rebuilding homes. Case managers work with referredclients to assess needs, gaps in funding, and assist from start to finish with the rebuild process.
Community Supportive Services and Programs This area of service covers a wide spectrum including resource centers offering nutritional education and food distribution, clothing programs, educational support programs, foster youth assistance, community-based multicultural programs, senior programs, and homeless assistance. The Organization strives to assist individuals and families to enhance their lives and strengthen the families within our communities.
Mental Health Services The Organization offers community-based outpatient specialty mental health services for youth, Intensive Wraparound services for youth and their families, and consumer-driven day centers and talk lines for adults focused on a wellness and recovery model. Clients range in age from young children to older adults. Funding for this program comes from county behavioral health departments, Medi-Cal, and MHSA funds.