Case Management


Case managers work one-on-one with families to assess their specific needs and identify resources to boost their quality of life. We do this by helping families:

  • Define their own barriers
  • Figure out their vision of success
  • Understand their strengths

Case managers develop a strength-based plan to address barriers to success so that each family can achieve their definition of success.

Typical cases we receive include:

  • Families with school-age children in need of basics (food, shelter, clothing)
  • Youth who need community service hours
  • Youth who will not graduate school on time and need resources to earn a high school diploma or GED
  • Youth or adults (25 years and younger) involved in gangs or violence
  • Youth or adults (25 years and younger) who need support in completing probation

Contact: Sushil Swamy 510-862-4171