Description:Provides a forum in which representatives of public entities can work together with members of the private sector, business and the community at large to identify ways to improve the quality of life in Redwood City. The focus is in supporting youth and families. The core services offered at each of the Redwood City Community School sites include: after-school recreation and academic support and enrichment, family support services, mental health and case management services, school readiness home-visiting, health insurance and county benefits enrollment, referrals to medical health providers, parent/adult education, parent involvement and leadership, recreation services, child protective services prevention and early intervention, youth leadership (middle and high schools only), and partnerships with community and neighborhood organizations. Services and information may be found at the following locations: Fair Oaks School, 2950 Fair Oaks Avenue, Redwood City (650-482-5936) Hoover School, 701 Charter Street, Redwood City (650-482-5925) Kennedy School, 2521 Goodwin Avenue, Redwood City (650-569-3864) Sequoia Teen Resource Center, 1201 Brewster Street, Redwood City (650-369-1411 ext: 6491) Must be a registered Sequoia High School student. Taft School, 903 10th Avenue, Redwood City (650-569-3868) Garfield K-8, 5th and Semicircular Drive, Menlo Park.
Public Transit:Not necessary for service.
750 Bradford Street, Redwood City, CA 94063 37.488548 -122.2272645 Government
Audience:Communities of Redwood City and north Fair Oaks
Eligibility:Must live or work in Redwood City or North Fair Oaks
How to Apply:Walk in.
Service Wait Estimate:No wait.
- North Fair Oaks
- Redwood City