El Camino Healthcare District’s Community Benefit Program has provided a grant to Santa Clara Valley Healthcare to allow more children, adults and seniors in the North County to receive preventative dental services and maintain oral health.
Santa Clara County’s Stanford Affordable Housing Fund supports development of 136 units of affordable multi-family housing at 965 Weeks Street in East Palo Alto.
County grants enable local environmental/nature sciences organizations to provide greater access for under-resourced schools.
After reviewing the Older Adult Caregiver Study from the County’s Department of Aging and Adult Services, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors directed County staff to consider ways to support adult caregivers in the County. The study describes who our long-term caregivers are, and the barriers they face when providing care for older adults.
Supervisors push greater awareness of “SAFE” services for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence
The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Adult/Adolescent SAFE Program cares for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and domestic violence, age 12 and older, who seek medical treatment and/or evidence collection after assault. SAFE services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at five locations across the region, now including locations in the North County and South County.
The $1.1 million contract will improve safety at the intersection of Foothill Expressway and Arboretum Drive in the City of Los Altos.
The 231 Grant Avenue Educator Workforce Housing development in Palo Alto breaks ground.
The End: Supervisors Approve Agreement to Close Lehigh Cement Plant
Affordable housing for individuals with developmental disabilities moves forward after winning State funding
Affordable Housing for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Moves Forward After Winning State Funding
County Funding Gives Students a 'Lift' to Math Success