On Thursday, October 7, we hosted our once-a-year fundraising event, Changing Lives. This event honored our 55 Years of Service and the incredible achievements of our clients and programs since our opening in 1966.
Learn more about the impact StarVista has made in the community in 2021.
On Thursday, October 7, at 12pm, we are holding our once-a-year fundraising event, Changing Lives. This year’s event will be held virtually via Zoom and will be our biggest event of the year.
StarVista celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans. Together, let’s continue to honor the Hispanic and Latinx community and learn more about the history of this nationally recognized month.
Learn the benefits of guided meditation, and discover healthy eating and exercise tips with Diana Blank, StarVista’s Bilingual Mental Health Clinician.
It is with great sadness that I share some difficult news about our Your House South program. As we have now exhausted all possible funding options, it is with a very heavy heart, that we must close Your House South at the end of September 2021.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time to share resources and promote suicide prevention awareness.
StarVista’s Crisis Center has provided mental health crisis services in San Mateo County for more than 55 years.
Our Changing Lives 2021 Kickoff event was a success! This event celebrated our 55 years of service and our upcoming fundraising event, Changing Lives. This event featured highlights from StarVista’s wonderful program staff and a special musical performance by StarVista’s own Erik Karff. A big thank you to our incredible staff, volunteers, donors, Board Members, and vendors!
StarVista’s back to school services & resources for parents and students.