The GLC Provides space and collaboration with local organizations to bring needed programming and services to the Eel River Valley. Below are some of our current community partners.
Paso a Paso (Step by Step)
Paso a Paso offers preventative information and support to the Latino community. The bilingual staff provides childbirth education, breast feeding support, parenting classes, home visits, resource referrals, and support groups to communities served by St. Joseph and Redwood Memorial Hospitals. Spanish speaking women and their families are supported in an atmosphere built on kindness and respect, allowing them to discover and build their independence and recognize their own strengths. Program services are provided in a safe environment where feelings, concerns and beliefs can be confidentially shared.
All of Paso A Paso’s services are free.
DreamMaker Project Trajectory is a career development program for visual, performing, and literary artists and fine artisans with disabilities.
Free English Language Classes for Adults / Clases Gratis de Inglés para Adultos
English Express brings English and community to the people. When people have access to education and community resources, it can change just about everything.
Contact Instructor Mary Anne: (707) 443- 5021.
Food for People’s Backpacks for Kids program helps close the gap for many local schoolchildren, to reduce the stress of weekend hunger and to help children develop into their healthiest and most successful selves. Children who come to school well fed on Monday morning behave and perform better in their classrooms, which helps them and their peers succeed in school.
The Backpacks for Kids Program provides income-eligible children with a bag of kid-friendly food on Fridays during the school year. Food for People provides the food for the program and dedicated community volunteers pack and deliver the backpacks to each school site. Each bag contains enough food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for two days.
The goal and mission for Wild Souls Ranch is to provide therapeutic equine youth and family services for foster youth, adopted youth, and youth experiencing challenges; A place where these individuals may learn the value of hard work, develop a strong sense of self, practice communication skills, and understand the importance of family values and relationships.