CSP was established in 1972 as a field study project for students at the University of California Irvine, providing diversion counseling for delinquent youth and their families at the Costa Mesa Police Department. Since that time CSP has grown dramatically in size and scope and has designed and implemented some of the most respected prevention […]
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Laura’s House provides unduplicated domestic violence-related services to the 915,000 residents of Orange County, California and beyond.
BCLL is a regional library that provides legal reference services to all residents and nonresidents of the County of Butte. They maintain a core library of physical print material and online subscriptions to substantial databases of electronic material, including LexisNexis Government, CEB, Ebsco Legal and WestlawNext. .
FreeFrom serves to make safety affordable for all survivors of domestic violence so that they can build lives free from violence for themselves and their children. Without a way to rebuild financially, survivors typically won’t leave an abuser. If they do, they risk homelessness, losing custody of their children, or having to return to their […]
Street Level Health Project is an Oakland-based grassroots organization dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of underserved urban immigrant communities in the Bay Area.
Offering participatory MCLE trainings on mindfulness, Daubert issues, the federal sentencing guidelines, and other topics.