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NEWS: Ferry service launching at Oyster Point in South San Francisco 06-04-2012

Commuters from the East Bay will now be able to board a ferry from Oakland or Alameda destined for South San Francisco at Oyster Point.  Shuttle service from the ferry terminal will provide free rides to most major employers in the area (19 stops).  Fare is $7 one-way, and the first week of service is free via reservation.  Join us on June 4th at 10am for the inauguration and terminal opening ceremony!

PHOTOS: 15th Annual Communities in Action Recognition Event 05-18-2012

NCPP Youth Coalition members, family, and staff attended the 15th Annual Communities in Action Recognition Event at the William Walker Recreation Center in Foster City.  See the gallery below for pictures of the event, including recognition for the NCPP Youth Coalition and our fellow youth leaders and partners from Teens Making A Change in Pacifica (T-MAC) and Pacifica Partnership.

 

North County Prevention Partnership Youth Coalition members with Assemblyman Jerry Hill at the 15th Annual Communities in Action Recognition Event at the William Walker Recreation Center in Foster City, 05-18-2012

PHOTOS: Pacific Islander Town Hall @ Alta Loma Middle School 05-22-2012

Congresswoman Jackie Speier held a Town Hall for the Pacific Islander community at Alta Loma Middle School in South San Francisco.  Pacific Islander community organizers and leaders were honored for their work, and had an opportunity to address their concerns with Congresswoman Speier.  Check out the picture gallery below!

Congresswoman Jackie Speier with honorees from the Pacific Islander community at Alta Loma Middle School in South San Francisco.

 

LGBTQQIA: Celebrating the Life of Rae Tapia 05-01-2012

NCPP cordially invites you to attend this celebration of the life of Rae Tapia, a transgendered youth from Woodside High School who took her own life last year as a result of struggles related to her identity.  Join the community in exploring solutions and finding ways to heal and grow from this experience.

(Click on flyer to download PDF)

NEWS: Wellness Matters April 2012 Issue

Welcome to Wellness Matters April 2012 edition, the E-Journal of the San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. In this month’s issue of Wellness Matters, topics include Mental Health programs for those convicted of crime and  job opportunities to reintegrate the incarcerated. Look to Wellness Matters for upcoming events and behavioral news stories.

(Click below to download s PDF of this month’s E-Journal)