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Karen Organization of San Diego(619) 582-0783 5354 University Ave # 1 San Diego, CA 92105Tutoring, Case Management, Interpretation, Social Work, English Classes, Youth Group, Senior Club, Summer SchoolKaren, Karenni, BurmeseKaren, Karenni, Burmese familes in Crawford and Hoover clusters Yes, but limited as they do so for free. Can be dependant on students referred to them through the CalNEW Refugee Grant. Will also contact parents themselves (phone call reminders, etc.)Please speak to the counselors about referring refugee students.KOSD
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Somali-Bantu Association of America619-946-55994265 FAIRMOUNT AVE. SUITE 210 SAN DIEGO, CA 92105English Classes, Tutoring, Employment and Housing, ParentingSomali, Maay Maay, Kizigua (Kizugula)East Africans, especially Somali-BantuSBAOA
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SAY San Diego Crawford Community Connections(619) 362-37584191 Colts Way, San Diego, CA 92115 Room B5Case management: connection to services and resources HHSA Eligibility Worker: application assistance for MediCal, CalFresh (Food Stamps) & CalWORKs Frist5 FirstSteps:Prenatal/Newborn Parent Support PSRO: Organizing parent outreach and advocacy
Spanish and Swahili on-siteAll families in the Crawford ClusterNot on campus, but might be able to help with contacting families, meeting reminders, etc. CCC is able to provide some clothing/goods for families although the amount is limited and highly dependant on dontations. They are able to refer people to other services as needed.
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The First Tee/ Pro KidsAndrew Holets Chief Executive Officer aholets@prokidsonline.org 619-582-7884 / Said Shaba (College and Career Coordinator) sshaba@prokidsonline.org Michael Oliveri (Director of Community Engagement) 619-582-7884 ext. 103 moliveri@prokidsonline.org 4085 52nd St., SD CA 92105Golf & Life Skills Academic, Support, Tutoring and Growth, Youth & Character Development, Community Service, Volunteerism, College Prep & ScholarshipsAll youth in SDNoThe tutoring and college prep is quite useful for students. They have fee waivers or discounts if families meet certain income requirementsProKids
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Rady Children's Behavioral Health Urgent Care858-966-54844305 University Ave #150, San Diego, CA 92105Walk-In Clinc, Risk Assessment/Diagnostic, Emergency Transport, Crisis Intervention, Urgent Pschiatric/Medication evals.Have interpretation services (phone or computer) for most languages at their clinicAll areasNo
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IRC International Rescue Committee San Diego(619) 641-75105438 University Avenue Suite 205, San Diego CA, 92105Refugee resettlement agency. They do lots of tutoring and groups for refugee youth. Provide numerous supports for the refugee community. Have interpretation for most languagesAll areas/ All refugeesLimited. If collaborating with school for events, they may be able to provide interpretation.Does tutoring at Crawford after school.
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Mid-City Community Advocacy Network (CAN)Sandra Rodriguez Community Organizer (619) 272-7582 x1064305 University Avenue, Suite 550 San Diego, CA 92105Momentum Teams: Food Justice, Peace Promotion, Access to Healthcare, Improve Transportation.Crawford, Hoover, and Lincoln ClustersNo
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Somali Family Service of San Diego619-265-58215348 University Ave Suite #203 SAN DIEGO, CA 92105Case management, healthcare enrollment, health and wellness workshops, employment services, help receiving government assistance, connection to resources, family & youth issue guidance, youth programming (including college preparation), translation assistance, and several other services.Somali, Amharic (Ethiopia), ArabicCity HeightsYes, but dependant on a translation request form approval (CalNEW Refugee Grant). Can also contact the parents to send reminders and such (for free, so may decline.)Please see Heather Lampron if you wish to make a translation request.Somali Family Service of San Diego
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United Women of East Africa(619) 487-11884061 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, CA 92105.Health workshops, education, tutoring services, cultural competancy, youth advocacySomali, Amharic, Swahili, Arabic, Tigrinya, Kizigula, Dinka, and many more African languages.East African Families in City HeightsYes, but dependant on students reffered to them through the CalNEW Refugee Grant. Please speak to the counselors about referring refugee students.UWEAST
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City Heights Community Development Corporation 619-584-1535 / Community Organizer Program Manager: Rosie Sanchez-Ulloa, 619-961-10704001 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92105Affordable housing, resident services, economic development, workforce development, community organizing and leadership training.SpanishCity HeightsNoA good place to contact if any parent/student has housing or tenant issues.
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