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Community Health & Well-Being

Community Health & Well-Being Service-Learning Partners in Marin County for Dominican University

Downtown Streets Team

The Downtown Streets Team offers a work experience program to about 28 homeless and low income individuals in the community of San Rafael. Once our folks join the team, they assist us in local beautification projects and after hours work on their specific goals to better access community resources, housing and permanent employment. Students will support the members of our team who are ready to build resumes and apply for jobs. They will be learning about how to enter the work world and become an employee

Populations Served: Homeless
Services Provided: Work experience for homeless, low-income individuals
Address:: 1115 3rd Street, San Rafael CA 94901
Contact: Jaclyn Epter
Phone:: (561) 310-3002
E-mail:: jaclyn@streetsteam.org
Web Site:: http://streetsteam.org/sanrafael/

 

Marin AIDS Project

Students are needed as one on one companions, for group support, care-taking, presentations, translation, rides, tutoring, needle exchange and administrative help, such as reception, data base management, graphics, events and computer salvage and donation.

Populations Served: Marin residents living with AIDS.
Services Provided: Assistance and referrals for AIDS patients, including companionship, computer assistance, transportation, meals, outreach, education and needle exchange.
Address:: 1660 2nd Street, San Rafael CA 94901 (G and 2nd) Approx 5 minutes from Dominican.
Contact: Andy Fyne
Phone:: (415) 457-2487 ext. 110
E-mail:: andy@marinaidsproject.org
Web Site:: www.marinaidsproject.org

 

Marin Asian Advocacy Project

Provides comprehensive services to the Asian and South Asian communities to ease the transition into American society. 

Populations Served:
Address: 30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 290, San Rafael, CA 94903
Phone: (415) 491-9677 
Web Site: http://camarin.org/safety-net/Marin-Asian-Advocacy-Project.html

 

College of Marin Adaptive PE/Yoga

A fitness program for all ages, based on exercising, stretching, yoga, swimming, body work and weight lifting, developed in accordance with each person's physical limitations and a physician's recommendation. Emphasis is on physical fitness, body tone and coordination.

Populations Served: Physically disabled adults
Services Provided: 
Address: 835 College Avenue, Kentfield, CA  94904
Contact: Jessica Naythons
Email: jessicanaythons@marin.edu
Web Site:  www.marin.edu

 

LIFT-Levantate 

Our mission is to educate and motivate children and families to engage in healthy activities. We are specifically focused on proper nutrition, gardening, physical activity, chronic illness and positive life choices. We work with all ages and communities; We are a program without walls.

Populations Served:
Services Provided:
Address:: 70 Skyview Terrace, San Rafael, CA 94901
Website: www.LIFT-Levantate.org

 

Senior Access

Senior Access offers innovative activities for seniors with memory loss. Activities include creative art and music programs, stimulating brain games, and lively group exercises.

Populations Served: Seniors
Services Provided:  Mentoring
Address:  70 Skyview Terrace, Bldg. B, San Rafael, CA 94903
Contact:  Michelle Burns
Phone:  (415) 491-2500
E-mail mburns@senioraccess.org
Web Site:  www.senioraccess.org/

 

Canal Alliance Adult ESL

Canal Alliance offers adult ESL courses to members of the community.

Populations Served: Low-income members of The Canal neighborhood in San Rafael.
Services Provided:
Address: 91 Larkspur Street, San Rafael CA  94901
Contact Martin Steinman, ESL Manager
Email MartinS@canalalliance.org
Phone: (415) 306-0452
Web Site: www.canalalliance.org

Playworks

Playworks is a national nonprofit organization that transforms schools by providing play and physical activity at recess and throughout the school day. Playworks restores valuable teaching time, reduces bullying, increases physical activity and improves the school and learning environment.

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Web Site:  www.playworks.org

 

Tax-Aid

Tax-Aid is a nonprofit organization founded in 1988 by a coalition of accountants and lawyers. Its mission is to provide free income tax preparation to low-income families throughout the Bay Area.

Populations Served: Individuals
Services Provided: Free high-quality tax return preparation.
Address:: 55 Second Street, Suite 1400, San Francisco, CA 94105
Contact: Minnie Sage, Program Manager
Phone:: (415) 963-5133
E-mail:: msage@kpmg.com
Web Site:: www.tax-aid.org


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