Alana shares her story about her experience calling StarVista’s 24/7 Crisis Hotline for support after her aunt’s Parkinson’s diagnosis.
In an article in the print and online issues of the Bay Area Reporter, the article featured the San Mateo County’s Pride Center’s reopening plans.
The San Mateo Daily Journal highlights the Pride Center’s reopening plans and inclusivity changes, in a print and digital article.
This toolkit is designed to help us prepare for or cope with any challenging times that may lie ahead, whether they be during times of isolation or when gathered with others.
Redwood City Patch spotlights the upcoming Transgender Day of Remembrance event with quotes from Program Director Frankie Sapp.
I am delighted to share that we will hire a newly designed position of Chief Clinical Officer. I am also excited to share that we are hosting our annual gift drive throughout the months of November and December!
StarVista, a nonprofit agency that delivers high impact services through counseling, skill development, and crisis prevention to children, adolescents, adults, and families to San Mateo County residents, is partnering with San Mateo County law enforcement to launch a brand-new pilot program, the Community Wellness and Crisis Response Team.