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As part of the 2018 Active Aging Week for the City of Santa Maria, CAC held a luncheon at  the Elwin Mussell Center. Seniors had the opportunity to meet CAC staff and  were provided information regarding Senior Nutrition, Home and Energy, 211, Children Services and a variety of other services offered by CAC. The weeklong observance celebrates active aging adults as fully participating members of society and promotes the benefits of leading an active, healthier lifestyle.
 
Pictured: Alice Patino, Mayor of City of Santa Maria enjoying a delicious, nutritious meal from the CAC Senior Nutrition Program.

As part of the 2018 Active Aging Week for the City of Santa Maria, CAC held a luncheon at the Elwin Mussell Center. Seniors had the opportunity to meet CAC staff and were provided information regarding Senior Nutrition, Home and Energy, 211, Children Services and a variety of other services offered by CAC. The weeklong observance celebrates active aging adults as fully participating members of society and promotes the benefits of leading an active, healthier lifestyle.

Pictured: Alice Patino, Mayor of City of Santa Maria enjoying a delicious, nutritious meal from the CAC Senior Nutrition Program.
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6 days ago

Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

SBCEO's Health Linkages was delighted to organize last week's Health Screening this past Friday at the St. George Youth Center in Isla Vista. Thanks to their efforts and those of numerous community partners, 130+ children received vision, hearing, and dental screenings, as well as fluoride varnish.

We are deeply grateful to the following organizations who supported the screening. They truly speak to the way our community cares for its own!

Santa Barbara County Public Health Department
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara City College Nursing Students
CSU Channel Islands Nursing Students
Alpha Resource Center Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics--Dentists & Staff
SB County Promotores Network
Isla Vista Family Advocates
WIC
Lyons
Isla Vista Fire Department
Importa One Step Immigration
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2 weeks ago

Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County

Yesterday, First 5 and the Network of Family Resource Centers (FRCs) provided training to family support staff from across the county on principles of case management, healthy boundaries, effective documentation, and home visitation safety. First 5 staff Teressa Johnes and Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County's Nora Melendez, Co-Chair of the Network of FRCs, facilitated the training sharing best practices and activities that supported attendees in enhancing/improving and increasing skills. Thanks to all who attended! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Good job ladies.... Ayyyy for CAC

SAVE THE DATE!
Enjoy pizza and help support CAC Cal-SOAP! 

Thursday September 27 from 11am to 9pm at Pizza My Heart 6533 Trigo Rd Goleta, 93117

SAVE THE DATE!
Enjoy pizza and help support CAC Cal-SOAP!

Thursday September 27 from 11am to 9pm at Pizza My Heart 6533 Trigo Rd Goleta, 93117
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Briseyda — who goes by Bri — felt lost in the traditional educational system. She didn't feel equipped to navigate her educational options on her own, and having a baby made things more challenging. Fortunately, Bri had Monica, an AFLP case manager from the Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County, to help secure an educational plan tailored to meet Bri’s needs and to create a plan to care for her baby. Find out how Bri juggles school and child care, and how she’s building a strong future for her and her baby.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJ8G6UlI6_8&feature=youtu.beBriseyda — who goes by Bri — felt lost in the traditional educational system. She didn't feel equipped to navigate her educational options on her own, and ha... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Good job Bri, keep up the good work.😊

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