Based on the Community Needs Assessment survey conducted by the Community Action Board, Youth Services ranked as the top need in San Benito County for the past several years.
SBC Community Action Board to hold virtual meeting on March 31.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program can help qualifying San Benito residents.
Community Services and Workforce Development applying for $1.5 million to fund housing project and homeless services.
The Community Action Board will hold a virtual meeting on April 8 to gather thoughts and concerns on poverty.
The plan focuses on the goals and strategies for building sector pathways and coordinated workforce services with local partners to better meet the needs of employers and job seekers in the region.
WDB to host two meetings on March 10 to gather community input on 2021-24 Local Plan.
Upcoming community input sessions planned to take place online.
Purpose is to discuss application for funding under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and to solicit citizen input on the proposed activities to be included in the application.
Community Action Board and Community Services and Workforce Development have partnered with MB Photography and Ohana Shave Ice to for a photo with Santa toy drive to collect unwrapped gifts.
Residents and families who are struggling to pay rent or who are facing eviction can apply. Deadline is Oct. 22.
The aim is to help communities fast-track housing placements and coordinate access to services for young adults.
Deadline for submitting applications is Aug. 17.
Proposals are due March 9 by 3 p.m.
This year, CSWD has partnered with Grillin and Chillin Alehouse and Ohana Shave Ice to collect unwrapped gifts to provide at the holiday party.
Local advocates hope this ‘seed money’ will attract more funding.
Jose Antonio Barajas’ trial begins Oct. 4; Manuel Martinez Vasquez comes back to court Oct. 28.
The wine and food tasting raises over $125,000 for adoptive services.