CICV is here for our community. Our agency works closely with partner agencies to alleviate homelessness. Once accepted in our program CICV case managers work with clients to assist them in gaining greater independence, stability, and to connect them with supportive services in the area.
Every month we offer educational and useful life skills workshops on topics such as: Nutrition, Volunteering, Budgeting, Conflict Mediation, Healthy Living, and many more. We invite area experts to provide informative and helpful workshops for our clients.
We offer HIV 101 classes every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00 AM. You must come prepared for the class with $ 30.00 cash. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in and late arrivals will not be accepted.
Connecting Clients with the Community
Whether you are a client of ours, or you just need to ask a question, our staff will connect you with an agency that may be able to assist you with a resolution to a problem, health services, food, or other issue. We suggest you try calling 211 first to see if they can connect you to a local service.
"CICV through mastering the art of human services, helped me move forward and turned tragedy into opportunity." - Dee Klem 2015
Call 211 for a variety of services. 211 is a United Way of Stanislaus County program designed to inform you of basic needs (food, shelter, and clothing), counseling, rehabilition, help with utility bills and rent, unemployment assistance, tutoring, child care and more in your area!
Call 211 or 1-877-211-7826
A CICV case manger will be assigned to you and will work with you as you go through our program. Our case managers do home and office visits with you to check on how well you are doing and if you are getting the services that you need. We will help you with banking questions, resolving rental issues, goal making and progress, and much more.
Upon request any of our clients can request free condoms.