NAHC Youth Services Summer Program

 

NAHC Youth Services Program in San Francisco will be running a FREE six week Summer Program for self-identified Indigenous youth ages 10 to 18.

The program will begin Monday June 11th and end Wednesday July 18th, 2012 and will operate from 10am to 5pm everyday. Programming will be set-up as following: Monday and Tuesday programming will be operated by Native American Health Center Youth Services SF Program, Wednesday programming is a collaboration between NAHC and Friendship House Youth Program and Thursday and Friday programming will be operated by the Friendship House Youth Program.

 

There will be snacks available to youth throughout the Summer Program. They will try their best to ensure meals and lunch are provided but cannot ensure this everyday due to budgetary and other logistical restraints. For this reason, they encourage to either pack a lunch or provide other means for your youth(s) to obtain food.

 

Our sign-ups for our Youth Services SF Summer Program are now open. All you must do is 2 things: Complete a 2011-2012 Youth Services SF Registration Packet and call Youth Coordinator crystal marich at(415) 863-1216 and sign-up. Sign-ups will occur on a first come, first serve basis. Spaces are limited so we suggest that you get in your registration packets and call to sign up today!

 

For more information, please contact Youth Coordinator crystal marich crystalm@nativehealth.org or (415) 863-1216.


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The Mission Community Council (MiCoCo) is an organization of Mission District community organizations, faith groups, neighborhood associations, and public departments that have united to promote the well-being of San Francisco's Mission District. The Council strengthens the neighborhood by expanding the community’s skill bank and by increasing opportunities for the families, and residents, of this diverse, working class, immigrant, and Latino community.
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