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Community Connection/Volunteer Center

Job Description
Bilingual Employment Specialist
Career Services Program
 
 
General Statement:
 
Under the supervision of the Career Services Program Coordinator, the Employment Specialist assists individuals with psychiatric disabilities in identifying and removing barriers to employment, provides employment preparation services and vocational assessment, and provides post-employment job coaching. This position will split time between Santa Cruz and Watsonville. Bilingual in English/Spanish is required. 
 
Essential Functions:
 
•Provides direct services to clients in accordance to the Department of Rehabilitation plan to identify and remove or reduce barriers to employment.
•Provides employment preparation services, including resume development, interviewing skills, work related behaviors, grooming and labor market research.
•Develops trial work situations for client to be evaluated on work readiness and interest, and to determine client skills, needs, interests, and barriers. 
Works with clients and workplace to do evaluation of the trial work place. 
Provides assistance with benefits counseling, reasonable accommodations, SSI/SSDI work incentives, and other pre-employment issues.
Provides assessment utilizing simulated work, volunteer observation, and/or career exploration to identify clients current level of employability or as part of eligibility. 
Provides on and off-the-job, non-supported employment job coaching and support. 
Completes all necessary documentation related to service activities, including monthly progress notes and reports. 
Other duties as assigned 
 
Minimum Qualifications:
 
Bilingual English/Spanish is REQUIRED
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience 
Ability to effectively work with a diverse clientele
Knowledge of labor market trends in a range of occupational fields (professional, skilled, semi-skilled and industrial).
Understanding of the employment needs of individuals with psychiatric disabilities 
Basic computer software literacy and computer experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
A valid driver’s license, access to reliable transportation and automobile insurance. 
 
 
Plus Factors:
 
Personal or family experience as a mental health consumer
Experience working with dually diagnosed individuals 
 
To Apply:
 
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:
 
Laurel Hillerson-Spear
Community Connection 
300 Harvey West Blvd. 
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
Tel: 831-425-8132 
Fax: 831-425-4581
lhillerson@ccsantacruz.org
 
Position is open until filled. 
 
EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
 
This is a full-time position 40 hours per week. Starting hourly wage is $13.57-$15.26 per hour, with regularly scheduled increases. Persons working over 20 hours per week receive full benefits including health insurance and vision insurance. All employees receive paid vacations, holiday and sick leave, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Employees are also expected to attend trainings relevant to their position, which are paid for by the agency. This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
Community Connection/Volunteer Center
Job Description
Bilingual Employment Specialist
Career Services Program
 
 
General Statement:
 
Under the supervision of the Career Services Program Coordinator, the Employment Specialist assists individuals with psychiatric disabilities in identifying and removing barriers to employment, provides employment preparation services and vocational assessment, and provides post-employment job coaching. This position will split time between Santa Cruz and Watsonville. Bilingual in English/Spanish is required. 
 
Essential Functions:
 
•Provides direct services to clients in accordance to the Department of Rehabilitation plan to identify and remove or reduce barriers to employment.
•Provides employment preparation services, including resume development, interviewing skills, work related behaviors, grooming and labor market research.
•Develops trial work situations for client to be evaluated on work readiness and interest, and to determine client skills, needs, interests, and barriers. 
Works with clients and workplace to do evaluation of the trial work place. 
Provides assistance with benefits counseling, reasonable accommodations, SSI/SSDI work incentives, and other pre-employment issues.
Provides assessment utilizing simulated work, volunteer observation, and/or career exploration to identify clients current level of employability or as part of eligibility. 
Provides on and off-the-job, non-supported employment job coaching and support. 
Completes all necessary documentation related to service activities, including monthly progress notes and reports. 
Other duties as assigned 
 
Minimum Qualifications:
 
Bilingual English/Spanish is REQUIRED
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience 
Ability to effectively work with a diverse clientele
Knowledge of labor market trends in a range of occupational fields (professional, skilled, semi-skilled and industrial).
Understanding of the employment needs of individuals with psychiatric disabilities 
Basic computer software literacy and computer experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
A valid driver’s license, access to reliable transportation and automobile insurance. 
 
 
Plus Factors:
 
Personal or family experience as a mental health consumer
Experience working with dually diagnosed individuals 
 
To Apply:
 
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:
 
Laurel Hillerson-Spear
Community Connection 
300 Harvey West Blvd. 
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
Tel: 831-425-8132 
Fax: 831-425-4581
lhillerson@ccsantacruz.org
 
Position is open until filled. 
 
EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
 
This is a full-time position 40 hours per week. Starting hourly wage is $13.57-$15.26 per hour, with regularly scheduled increases. Persons working over 20 hours per week receive full benefits including health insurance and vision insurance. All employees receive paid vacations, holiday and sick leave, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Employees are also expected to attend trainings relevant to their position, which are paid for by the agency. This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.

 
South County Program Supervisor
General Description
 
Under the general leadership of the Community Connection Director, the South County Program Supervisor provides leadership to and oversees the operation of Community Connection South County programs related to the field of Mental Health, including Mariposa Wellness Center, Family Partnership, Beat Back Diabetes, and the Avenues Program. The South County Program Supervisor completes Medi-Cal billing, monitors Medi-Cal requirements, and completes the required documentation for both external and internal evaluating requirements.  The position serves as the liaison between South County Mental Health, Children’s Mental Health and Community Connection. The South County Supervisor is responsible for recruiting and supervising program interns, and takes the lead in South County outreach events. In the absence of the Program Director, the South County Program Supervisor will fill-in.  This position is based in Watsonville. 
 
Functions And Duties
 
Staff Management & Development: 
Works to ensure a positive, professional work environment for all staff and volunteers
Fosters a system of mutual accountability and respect among staff and between staff and program participants
Ensures that all CC staff are recruited, hired and managed in line with Volunteer Center Personnel Policies and relevant federal, state and local labor laws
Recruits program interns and maintains good relationship with educational institutions
Provides non-clinical supervision to South County interns
Takes the lead in coordinating team meetings
Provides leadership and directly supervises South County Programs. 
Oversees annual employee evaluation system for staff under supervision, to ensure that all staff receive appropriate feedback and have a chance to set goals for the year.
Maintains CC history of being an inclusive employer that values employment of people who are or have been consumers or family members of services, and promotes a diverse workforce.
Makes sure systems are in place to ensure appropriate staffing levels, including vacation coverage with programs that fall under supervision, and as needed with other CC programs.
Provides direct service to consumers, as needed.
Ensures that agency policies and procedures are followed.
Leads the CORE Team meeting and provides support to Program Coordinators, as needed.
 
Resource Management & Development: 
Works collaboratively with the senior management team to design and implement ongoing efforts to ensure that our programs have adequate resources from a broad array of sources including Government, Foundations and businesses
Ensures that resources we receive for the program are well managed and accounted for in such a way that we maintain positive relationships with our donors and funders.  
Supervises contract requirements of Santa Cruz County for Child and Adult Mental Health and other sources, as appropriate.
Ensures that systems are in place to meet all contractual performance and financial terms and conditions.
Participates in the management of program budgets to ensure that resources are allocated appropriately to meet the needs of our clients and our contractual obligations, and that financial information is used for program planning efforts.
Works with the Planning Coordinator to pursue other short and long term funding sources such as grants, private contributions, Human Race participation and business support to bring in sufficient resources for our programs.
 
Communication and Program Promotion: 
Together with the Director, takes the lead in ensuring that Community Connection maintains an excellent reputation with our funders, partners, other Mental Health providers and the community at large
Ensures that Community Connection is well informed about trends and issues in service provision, planning and resource allocation in our field
Coordinates communication efforts of staff so staff are well informed and engaged in all aspects of communicating about our program.
Represents CC at weekly Mental Health Management meetings and coordinates program representation, as needed at monthly contractors meeting and Team Meetings. 
Ensures that CC is represented and well respected in appropriate South County community forums including at the Board of Supervisors and Planning Committees convened for MHSA Planning.
Conducts regular outreach in mental health settings and in the community to increase participation in our programs, and to build awareness of Community Connection
Maintains a good working relationship with Second Harvest Food Bank, including weekly food bank trips and supervising monthly food distribution. 
 
Required Skills and Abilities
Bachelor’s Degree, plus at least 4 years of experience managing programs or agencies of similar size and scope in a health or human service or related field.  
Experience working with child and family mental health programs is required. 
Experience with mental health and substance use disorder co-occurring disorders.
At least one year of Medi-Cal Billing experience, preferably in the Santa Cruz County System of Care.
Demonstrated experience supervising staff, strong leadership skills, ability to work with teams and ability to delegate appropriately.
Strong communication skills and experience in reports and other promotional materials, and ability to represent our programs in a broad array of public and private settings.
Strong time management skills and the ability to manage the work of multiple teams towards high performance goals.
Experience in planning and implementing direct service programs in health, mental health or related field. 
The ability to work with a wide variety of people including mental health consumers, families, other providers, funders and the community at large.  Competence in working with and understanding needs of culturally diverse populations that make up our community. 
Bilingual in Spanish is required 
 
Plus Factors
Personal or family experience with co-occurring disorders.
Bicultural 
Experience with non-profit organizations
Experience with Macintosh Operating Systems.
 
Employment Term and Conditions
The South County Supervisor reports to the Community Connection Director.  This is a part time position of 25-32 hours per week, hourly position, eligible for full Volunteer Center benefits including paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, health insurance and access to other employee optional benefits. Starting hourly pay is $17.95 to $20.19, depending upon prior experience, with regularly scheduled increases.  This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
 
To Apply
 
Please submit a cover letter and resume by email to Laurel Hillerson at Lhillerson (at) ccsantacruz (dot) org. 
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Position: South County Program Supervisor
 
General Description
Under the general leadership of the Community Connection Director, the South County Program Supervisor provides leadership to and oversees the operation of Community Connection South County programs related to the field of Mental Health, including Mariposa Wellness Center, Family Partnership, Beat Back Diabetes, and the Avenues Program. The South County Program Supervisor completes Medi-Cal billing, monitors Medi-Cal requirements, and completes the required documentation for both external and internal evaluating requirements.  The position serves as the liaison between South County Mental Health, Children’s Mental Health and Community Connection. The South County Supervisor is responsible for recruiting and supervising program interns, and takes the lead in South County outreach events. In the absence of the Program Director, the South County Program Supervisor will fill-in.  This position is based in Watsonville. 
 
Functions And Duties
Staff Management & Development: 
Works to ensure a positive, professional work environment for all staff and volunteers
Fosters a system of mutual accountability and respect among staff and between staff and program participants
Ensures that all CC staff are recruited, hired and managed in line with Volunteer Center Personnel Policies and relevant federal, state and local labor laws
Recruits program interns and maintains good relationship with educational institutions
Provides non-clinical supervision to South County interns
Takes the lead in coordinating team meetings
Provides leadership and directly supervises South County Programs. 
Oversees annual employee evaluation system for staff under supervision, to ensure that all staff receive appropriate feedback and have a chance to set goals for the year.
Maintains CC history of being an inclusive employer that values employment of people who are or have been consumers or family members of services, and promotes a diverse workforce.
Makes sure systems are in place to ensure appropriate staffing levels, including vacation coverage with programs that fall under supervision, and as needed with other CC programs.
Provides direct service to consumers, as needed.
Ensures that agency policies and procedures are followed.
Leads the CORE Team meeting and provides support to Program Coordinators, as needed.
 
Resource Management & Development: 
Works collaboratively with the senior management team to design and implement ongoing efforts to ensure that our programs have adequate resources from a broad array of sources including Government, Foundations and businesses
Ensures that resources we receive for the program are well managed and accounted for in such a way that we maintain positive relationships with our donors and funders.  
Supervises contract requirements of Santa Cruz County for Child and Adult Mental Health and other sources, as appropriate.
Ensures that systems are in place to meet all contractual performance and financial terms and conditions.
Participates in the management of program budgets to ensure that resources are allocated appropriately to meet the needs of our clients and our contractual obligations, and that financial information is used for program planning efforts.
Works with the Planning Coordinator to pursue other short and long term funding sources such as grants, private contributions, Human Race participation and business support to bring in sufficient resources for our programs.
 
Communication and Program Promotion: 
Together with the Director, takes the lead in ensuring that Community Connection maintains an excellent reputation with our funders, partners, other Mental Health providers and the community at large
Ensures that Community Connection is well informed about trends and issues in service provision, planning and resource allocation in our field
Coordinates communication efforts of staff so staff are well informed and engaged in all aspects of communicating about our program.
Represents CC at weekly Mental Health Management meetings and coordinates program representation, as needed at monthly contractors meeting and Team Meetings. 
Ensures that CC is represented and well respected in appropriate South County community forums including at the Board of Supervisors and Planning Committees convened for MHSA Planning.
Conducts regular outreach in mental health settings and in the community to increase participation in our programs, and to build awareness of Community Connection
Maintains a good working relationship with Second Harvest Food Bank, including weekly food bank trips and supervising monthly food distribution. 
 
Required Skills and Abilities
Bachelor’s Degree, plus at least 4 years of experience managing programs or agencies of similar size and scope in a health or human service or related field.  
Experience working with child and family mental health programs is required. 
Experience with mental health and substance use disorder co-occurring disorders.
At least one year of Medi-Cal Billing experience, preferably in the Santa Cruz County System of Care.
Demonstrated experience supervising staff, strong leadership skills, ability to work with teams and ability to delegate appropriately.
Strong communication skills and experience in reports and other promotional materials, and ability to represent our programs in a broad array of public and private settings.
Strong time management skills and the ability to manage the work of multiple teams towards high performance goals.
Experience in planning and implementing direct service programs in health, mental health or related field. 
The ability to work with a wide variety of people including mental health consumers, families, other providers, funders and the community at large.  Competence in working with and understanding needs of culturally diverse populations that make up our community. 
Bilingual in Spanish is required 
 
Plus Factors
Personal or family experience with co-occurring disorders.
Bicultural 
Experience with non-profit organizations
Experience with Macintosh Operating Systems.
 
Employment Term and Conditions
The South County Supervisor reports to the Community Connection Director.  This is a part time position of 25-32 hours per week, hourly position, eligible for full Volunteer Center benefits including paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, health insurance and access to other employee optional benefits. Starting hourly pay is $17.95 to $20.19, depending upon prior experience, with regularly scheduled increases.  This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
 
To Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume by email to Laurel Hillerson at Lhillerson (at) ccsantacruz (dot) org. 
Application Deadline: Open until filled
 
 

 
Position: Bilingual Employment Specialist
Program: Career Services
 
General Statement: Under the supervision of the Career Services Program Coordinator, the Employment Specialist assists individuals with psychiatric disabilities in identifying and removing barriers to employment, provides employment preparation services and vocational assessment, and provides post-employment job coaching. This position will split time between Santa Cruz and Watsonville. Bilingual in English/Spanish is required. 
 
Essential Functions:
 
•Provides direct services to clients in accordance to the Department of Rehabilitation plan to identify and remove or reduce barriers to employment.
•Provides employment preparation services, including resume development, interviewing skills, work related behaviors, grooming and labor market research.
•Develops trial work situations for client to be evaluated on work readiness and interest, and to determine client skills, needs, interests, and barriers. 
Works with clients and workplace to do evaluation of the trial work place. 
Provides assistance with benefits counseling, reasonable accommodations, SSI/SSDI work incentives, and other pre-employment issues.
Provides assessment utilizing simulated work, volunteer observation, and/or career exploration to identify clients current level of employability or as part of eligibility. 
Provides on and off-the-job, non-supported employment job coaching and support. 
Completes all necessary documentation related to service activities, including monthly progress notes and reports. 
Other duties as assigned 
 
Minimum Qualifications:
 
Bilingual English/Spanish is REQUIRED
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience 
Ability to effectively work with a diverse clientele
Knowledge of labor market trends in a range of occupational fields (professional, skilled, semi-skilled and industrial).
Understanding of the employment needs of individuals with psychiatric disabilities 
Basic computer software literacy and computer experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
A valid driver’s license, access to reliable transportation and automobile insurance. 
 
 
Plus Factors:
 
Personal or family experience as a mental health consumer
Experience working with dually diagnosed individuals 
 
To Apply:
 
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:
 
Laurel Hillerson-Spear
Community Connection 
300 Harvey West Blvd. 
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
Tel: 831-425-8132 
Fax: 831-425-4581
Email: lhillerson@ccsantacruz.org
 
Position is open until filled. 
 
EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This is a full-time position 40 hours per week. Starting hourly wage is $13.57-$15.26 per hour, with regularly scheduled increases. Persons working over 20 hours per week receive full benefits including health insurance and vision insurance. All employees receive paid vacations, holiday and sick leave, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Employees are also expected to attend trainings relevant to their position, which are paid for by the agency. This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
 

 

Community Connection/Volunteer Center
Mariposa Wellness Center
 
Job Description
 
Program Assistant
 
 
General Statement: Under the supervision of the Mariposa Wellness Center Program Coordinator, the Program Assistant assists individuals with psychiatric disabilities in developing and maintaining wellness and recovery goals.
 
Pay Scale:  $10.93-$12.79 per hour  DOE
Hours: 
Deadline for applications:  
 
Function and Duties:
 
Assists with the day-to-day operations of the Mariposa Wellness Center program.
With support from Program Coordinator, develops and facilitates wellness/recovery support groups, classes and activities.  
Transports groups of participants to community-based activities, trainings, appointments, meetings and events.
Assists with planning and hosting Mariposa Wellness Center events, fundraising events, and other agency-sponsored activities.
Provides intake services to new Participants.
Supports Peer Group Facilitators in planning and implementing wellness/recovery groups
Assist participants in developing and maintaining wellness and recovery goals.
Assist participants in accessing community resources related to vocational, health, and mental health goals.
Documents work and services provided to program Participants in chart notes, service plans, Medi-Cal billing sheets and other written records. 
Attends and participates in Community Connection All Staff meetings, Mariposa Wellness Center meetings and other meetings and trainings as requested. 
Attends job-related trainings and workshops 
Other duties as assigned. 
Qualifications:
 
High School diploma and 2 years related work experience as staff or volunteer.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to form positive, collaborative relationships with program Participants, Staff members and community members.
Ability to organize own work.
Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office programs and keep accurate records
Able to demonstrate skills including active listening, reflecting others’ communications, and attending to emotional tone and body language.
Current California driver’s license and clean driving record.
Ability to drive van and follow safety precautions when transporting others.
 
Plus Factors:
 
Personal or family experience as a mental health consumer.
Experience working with dually-diagnosed individuals.
Bilingual/Bicultural in Spanish and English.
Computer experience with Macintosh Operating Systems
 
 
EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
 
This is a part-time position 20 hours per week. Persons working over 20 hours per week receive full benefits including health insurance and vision insurance. All employees receive paid vacations, holiday and sick leave, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Employees are also expected to attend trainings relevant to their position, which are paid for by the agency. This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
 
Position: Program Assistant
Program: Mariposa Wellness Center
 
 
General Statement: Under the supervision of the Mariposa Wellness Center Program Coordinator, the Program Assistant assists individuals with psychiatric disabilities in developing and maintaining wellness and recovery goals.
 
Pay Scale:  $10.93-$12.79 per hour  DOE
 
Function and Duties:
Assists with the day-to-day operations of the Mariposa Wellness Center program.
With support from Program Coordinator, develops and facilitates wellness/recovery support groups, classes and activities.  
Transports groups of participants to community-based activities, trainings, appointments, meetings and events.
Assists with planning and hosting Mariposa Wellness Center events, fundraising events, and other agency-sponsored activities.
Provides intake services to new Participants.
Supports Peer Group Facilitators in planning and implementing wellness/recovery groups
Assist participants in developing and maintaining wellness and recovery goals.
Assist participants in accessing community resources related to vocational, health, and mental health goals.
Documents work and services provided to program Participants in chart notes, service plans, Medi-Cal billing sheets and other written records. 
Attends and participates in Community Connection All Staff meetings, Mariposa Wellness Center meetings and other meetings and trainings as requested. 
Attends job-related trainings and workshops 
Other duties as assigned. 
 
Qualifications:
High School diploma and 2 years related work experience as staff or volunteer.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to form positive, collaborative relationships with program Participants, Staff members and community members.
Ability to organize own work.
Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office programs and keep accurate records
Able to demonstrate skills including active listening, reflecting others’ communications, and attending to emotional tone and body language.
Current California driver’s license and clean driving record.
Ability to drive van and follow safety precautions when transporting others.
 
Plus Factors:
Personal or family experience as a mental health consumer.
Experience working with dually-diagnosed individuals.
Bilingual/Bicultural in Spanish and English.
Computer experience with Macintosh Operating Systems
 
 
EMPLOYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This is a part-time position 20 hours per week. Persons working over 20 hours per week receive full benefits including health insurance and vision insurance. All employees receive paid vacations, holiday and sick leave, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Employees are also expected to attend trainings relevant to their position, which are paid for by the agency. This position also requires mandated reporting and adherence to HIPAA and 42 C.F.R.
 
Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:
 
Laurel Hillerson-Spear
Community Connection 
300 Harvey West Blvd. 
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
Tel: 831-425-8132 
Fax: 831-425-4581
Email: lhillerson@ccsantacruz.org
 
 

The Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County does not discriminate against volunteers, employees or clients who meet eligibility guidelines for any Volunteer Center programs.  If you think you have been discriminated against, please call the Executive Director at (831) 427-5070
 
JOB DESCRIPTION
 
FURNITURE FOR FAMILIES
PROGRAM SPECIALIST I
 
General Statement
Under the supervision of Community Connection’s PEI Program Coordinator II, the Program Specialist I will provide operation management and direct supervision of volunteers for the Furniture for Families program. The Furniture for Families program is a collaboration between the Homeless Services Center and Community Connection designed to receive donations of quality furniture and appliances and redistribute these items to people/families in need.
THIS JOB IS LABOR INTENSIVE. The job will predominantly include moving furniture including pick up, delivery, loading, unloading, and arranging mattresses, sofas, dining tables, desks, chairs etc. 
 
 
Pay Scale:  $13.57 - $14.67 per hour 
Hours:  This position is part-time, 20 hours per week.
Deadline for applications:  November 8, 2013
 
 
Essential Functions
Develops, implements and oversees operational protocol
Recruits and trains volunteers
Coordinates employee and volunteer schedules
Provides strong customer services skills
Coordinates and performs all furniture pick-ups
Coordinates and performs furniture moving tasks including heavy lifting
Support staff in a variety of assigned projects as requested 
Maintains documentation of furniture donations and distribution
 
Qualifications
Current CA drivers license and clean driving record
At least two years supervision experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work with diverse groups of people
Ability to consistently lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to perform labor intensive tasks including loading, unloading, and moving furniture
Personal flexibility and ability to work independently in a busy and changing environment
Computer skills: Email, Word, Excel
Ability to organize own work as well as team efforts involving 2-8 individuals
Experience working with psychiatric disabilities and homeless individuals or strong desire to work with this population
 
Plus Factors
Personal or family experience with mental illness
Experience working with individuals with co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorders
Proficient in Spanish
 
 
TO APPLY:  Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to:
Andrea Turnbull
Community Connection 
300 Harvey West Blvd. 
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
aturnbull@ccsantacruz.org
 
 
The Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County does not discriminate against volunteers, employees or clients who meet eligibility guidelines for any Volunteer Center programs.  If you think you have been discriminated against, please call the Executive Director at (831) 427-5070

 

 

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