The recently completed project includes dozens of homes for seniors and a farm to help keep residents fed with nutritious produce.
Santa Clara County has partnered with five nonprofit groups and community organizations to offer seniors the opportunity to equip themselves with the hardware, the knowledge and the support to confidently access the internet and its wealth of services, all at no charge.
The advisory board has helped establish pay equity for the county workforce, among other initiatives.
The Child Care and Early Education Infrastructure Grant Program can help renovate, reopen, or expand existing operations.
The resolution, spearheaded by Susan Ellenberg, District 4 supervisor and board president, protects gender-affirming care, including medical, psychological, behavioral and social interventions that affirm and support those whose gender identities don’t coincide with the gender assigned at birth.
Board approves $12M grant to assist on-campus behavioral health services.
The grant will enable the number of detox beds to increase from 16 to 30 and residential treatment beds from 56 to 72.
This step-down program bridges the gap in a need for further stabilization following acute psychiatric care services at Valley Medical Center (VMC) and other county facilities.
New pilot program is meant to help unhoused students make ends meet before they move on to college or start their careers.
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