The Monument Crisis Center serves low income families and individuals in Contra Costa County through dynamic service programs focused on providing nutritious food, education, general assistance and referrals. Today, we have more than 10,000 households signed up in our Food Distribution Program and we serve between 80-120 families at each distribution. Our programs and services […]
The Mission of Dogs for Diabetics is to: Provide quality medical alert assistance dogs to insulin-dependent diabetics through programs of training, placement, and follow-up services; and to, Develop, promote and advocate standards of quality, performance, support and disclosure for all medical assistance dog teams.
Mama’s House is a faith-based, covering, equipping, nurturing, and discipling life skill youth and family educational service. It is both local and international in scope, and utilizes innovative means of ministering to the needs of the whole man: spiritually, physically, educationally, and socially.
At Diablo Valley School, real life is the curriculum. Students learn life’s most valuable skills: self confidence, concentration, problem-solving, decision-making, academics, personal responsibility and respect for others. By making choices and learning to live with the consequences, students experience the challenges, responsibilities and freedoms of real life while in a caring and supportive environment.
Center for Human Development (CHD) was founded in 1972, with a commitment to improve the quality of lives of people in various communities. Over the years, CHD’s staff and several hundred volunteers have provided a spectrum of services that support, guide, and educate more than 14,000 at-risk youth, individuals, and families. The understanding gained through […]
The mission of Early Alert Canines is to improve the health, safety, and well-being of insulin-dependent diabetics through partnerships with certified low blood sugar alert dogs. We train and provide medical alert assistance dogs to insulin-dependent diabetics who need them.