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Fresno EOC is ready to help address the struggles of people who have come to the Central Valley from Mexico. They likely face a number of obstacles in getting their basic needs met, including a language barrier, citizenship, and getting a roof over their heads. The last thing they should have to worry about is being accepted for who they are. Fresno EOC’s Chief Executive Officer, Emilia Reyes, wants LGBTQ+ individuals to know there is
Agency, LGBTQ+ Resource Center
Fresno City Councilmember Luis Chavez recently presented a check for $100,000 to the Fresno EOC LGBTQ+ Resource Center. Funds will be used to hire additional staff, increase outreach efforts, and continue much-needed mental health services for the LGBTQ+ community. The City of Fresno approved Chavez’s motion to award the Center the one-time funding at a budget meeting in June. During a press conference on October 18, Chavez said he made the request after hearing from
LGBTQ+ Resource Center
As the temperatures drop, we are pulling out our sweaters and turning up the heat in our homes. It’s also an excellent time to think about ways to keep your energy costs low while keeping your home safe and comfortable. Home weatherization measures can help. Fresno EOC Energy Services hosted Weatherization Day on October 27, 2022. The community event was designed to let Fresno County residents know about free home improvement services for income-eligible households
Energy Services
Community members and early childhood leaders are celebrating the re-opening of the Community Learning Center (CLC) in Downtown Fresno. An open house event on October 13 gave the community a peek inside after a nearly two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   The CLC houses a network of community partners in one location to provide workshops, screenings, and services that foster healthy relationships, healthy living, and aim to increase school readiness skills. These services are available
Agency, Head Start 0 to 5, Health Services, WIC
Bone-chilling weather lurks around the corner, which makes this a great time to raise awareness about our energy use. October is Energy Awareness Month, designated by the U.S. Department of Energy to spread the word about using energy wisely, both for the environment and for our budgets. With this in mind, Fresno EOC Energy Services wants to help you manage the energy efficiency in your home, saving you money.   Fresno EOC Energy Services provides
Energy Services, LIHEAP, Uncategorized
If you have an old television, computer monitor, and/or laptop computer you want to get rid of, you can dispose of them safely with the Fresno EOC Local Conservation Corps (LCC). LCC just relaunched its public E-waste recycling events. E-waste is the common name for electronic devices that are nearing the end of their useful life. The public events were shut down over the past two years due to COVID-19 restrictions by the state. E-Waste
Local Conservation Corps, Recycling
It’s baaack! After a two-year break due to COVID-19, the Safe Night Out Halloween event in Southwest Fresno is returning. The epic evening for candy crawlers is coming back in full force with food, sweets, entertainment, and more! Everyone is invited to participate in the monstrous event on Monday, October 31, from 4PM to 7PM on California Avenue between Elm Avenue and Poppy Street. There will be haunted houses and mazes, a costume contest, a
Local Conservation Corps, Uncategorized
We all know the price of groceries has soared recently. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, costs have risen more than 13% in the last year. Fresno EOC recognized that challenge and stepped in to help ensure families in need, are fed. Fresno EOC Chief Operating Officer, Michelle L. Tutunjian says, “In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Fresno EOC has enacted several emergency disaster policies and procedures to carry out a variety of activities
Agency, Uncategorized
Fresno EOC is pleased to reach even more children and families across Fresno County and recently held grand openings for two new locations: La Colonia Head Start in Parlier and Richard Keyes Head Start in Northwest Fresno. And the program is working to open a new site for infants and toddlers by the end of October. La Colonia Head Start 0 to 5La Colonia Head Start 0 to 5La Colonia Head Start 0 to 5 The Fresno EOC Head
Head Start 0 to 5
Fresno EOC Head Start 0 to 5 families were able to enjoy a Fresno State football game courtesy of the City of Fresno. The City provided Head Start with 300 tickets for the Bulldogs’ first home game. Our children and families were able to cheer on the team as they took on Cal Poly Thursday, September 1. It was a great night for families to be a part of the Red Wave and take in
Head Start 0 to 5

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