LGBTQ+ Youth Resource Center Peer mentors provide support and offer a safe place to become involved.
Case managers holding remote one-on-one and group sessions with clients.
Aside from providing a place to hang out with friends, the drop-in center offers workshops, case managers and homework tutors.
Drop-in center is aimed at supporting young people ages 14-21, particularly at-risk or systems-involved youth residing in San Benito County.
Services such as social and emotional support, school performance focus, and coping skills are offered to county residents through a variety of groups, activities, and case management.
To recognize Mental Health Awareness Month, San Benito County Behavioral Health showcases its daytime activity facility.
Wednesday event highlights May as Mental Health Month.
Set to open with the start of the school year, it will be housed at the Esperanza Center in downtown Hollister
BenitoLink is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
440 San Benito Street, Hollister, CA 95023