OFCY Resources, Trainings & Events

If you'd like to add an upcoming event listing, please email Sachelle at sheavens@oaklandnet.com

Therapy for Helpers - Private Practice

Liz Walker, MFTI
Grateful Heart Holistic Center

Through using an integrated approach clients are seen as individuals. Whether dealing with relationship issues, parenting, addiction, or daily stressors, clients are provided a place to be seen and heard.

Family Paths

Family Paths has current openings for outpatient therapy to children and families as well as adults who are parents/caregivers who are funded through CalWORKs or are able to pay on our sliding fee ($15-$70/session based on their ability to pay). 
For more information, support and to sign up for therapy, as well as free Parent Yoga classes and Parent Education classes and connections to 900 community resources, call our Parent Support & Resource Hotline at 510-893-5444 or 800-829-3777 | www.familypaths.org

Lights On Afterschool

Visit our website for more information: http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/loa.cfm

Acta Non VERBA

  • Join ANV's Board of Directors and help ANV Make More Smiles In East Oakland! ANV is looking for folks passionate about our mission to join our Executive Board! We are looking specifically for folks with legal and accounting/ bookkeeping backgrounds, but we welcome ALL applicants! See the Board Member Job Description and find out more HERE: https://anvfarm.org/about/jointheboard/
  • First Saturdays at ANV Farm! 10:00am-12:00pm Parent Advisory Group & Breakfast Club: ANV wants to bring together our most important stakeholders --you-- to discuss what ANV's programs should look like. What activities should Camp ANV and ANV After School feature? Reading and School Readiness? Drumming? Art? Sports? We want our programming to be impactful to your child and to YOU! Get freebies as well as discounts on ANV Programs, Events and Gear! PLUS: BREAKFAST!
  • Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project is seeking a part-time, seasonal Farm to Table Chef Instructor beginning at our fall and winter HoliDay Camps November and December 2017. The Chef Instructor will prepare for and conduct the culinary component of our farm to table educational programs which teach basic culinary skills, food seasonality, and the joy of cooking and eating fresh fruits and vegetables grown right on and from the farm. Primary duties will include teaching basic culinary skills and the art of cooking to youth both on the farm and potentially in local schools and community centers. The Chef Instructor will be supported by adult Camp Counselors and youth Counselors In Training (CIT's) and will report to the Camp Director. See Full Job Description HERE: http://anvfarm.org/get-involved/jobs/  APPLY here: http://bit.ly/WorkCampANV
  • 12pm - 4pm Acta Non Verba holds our monthly farm Work Day! (83rd Ave and E Street 94621) Here we weed and plant and harvest and prune, learn lessons about sustainable agriculture and growing produce in East Oakland. Come get your hands dirty, feel the sun on your face and help us maintain our small farm. (And possibly take home some organically grown produce!) ** Snacks will be provided when you RSVP**We Need You! RSVP toinfo@anvfarm.org or call 510.878.7235 

Youth Uprising - Loving Our Unique Design (LOUD)

The Loving Our Unique Design (LOUD) program at Youth Uprising supports LGBTQ youth 13-21. To follow updates and get more information about groups, follow us on Facebook!


Oakland Unified School District Community Partnerships 

OUSD is connecting with all partners at the district level through the Annual Partnership Process.  OUSD hopes to increase communication and alignment with partners, and uplift the outcomes of community schools.

Who is subject to the Partnership Process? All Current Site-Based Partners of OUSD. This means all outside organizations or individuals entering OUSD schools or interacting with students to provide services during the current school year and/or summer, including After-school Subcontractors entering OUSD schools under lead agencies. For more information:


The Oakland Summer Learning Network

OSLN is a coordinated and collaborative effort to develop a citywide system of quality summer learning opportunities in Oakland, with a focus on improving access for children and youth from under-resourced families. Our vision is that the children and youth of Oakland have equitable access to high quality summer learning opportunities. Learn more at https://oaklandsummerlearning.net/

InPlay: Fill your classes: list in Oakland's new Activity Guide

InPlay is a non-profit partner with the City of Oakland, OUSD and the Oakland Summer Learning Network connecting families with out-of-school programs. Visit the site at: Oakland.InPlay.org. Parents search InPlay's free website to access hundreds of local and affordable after-school and summer programs. Email provider@inplay.org to get listed.