Hollister and San Benito County among 10 agencies to meet this week.
Behavioral Health says the S.A.F.E. team has attended to over 52 calls and managed to safety plan 48 people successfully since its launch last fall.
The virtual meeting is scheduled for April 6 at 6 p.m.
Application deadline is March 18.
COG seeks community input on the 2020-2045 long-range plan that guides transportation investments for all forms of travel, including motor vehicle, transit, bicycle, and walking.
Memory book supplies will be available at tables curbside for those who want to share their gratitude, favorite memory, anecdote, and/or photo to help create a memory book for the family of each honoree.
Local Democrats to hold fundraiser that includes appearances by state and national elected officials and organized labor representatives.
Patients may request their medical records.
SGT Sylvester R. Chavez's shadow box will remain available for the public to see until it's claimed.
In letter to his patients he introduces his replacement.
San Benito County Auditor-Recorder-Clerk Joe Paul Gonzalez writes about hosting the conference.
Zoom webinars to give tips on reducing stress and other mental health issues.
Topics will include budgeting, debt management, investments, retirement accounts, life insurance basics, estate planning, asset protection, and more.
BrainFuse has tutors for K-12, college, citizenship tests, high school proficiency tests, Microsoft Office, and even resume and cover letter help.
The program offers residents a lower co-payment for services through a voucher system and/or direct financing.
The former school board member and wrestling supporter was a longtime teacher at Methodist Preschool.
Individuals will receive training and materials to make sure they are confident and ready to help voters on Election Day.
For the past two years, Erika Rodriguez coordinated the Uesugi Farms Pumpkin Parks school tours.