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Uplift Family Services’ Virtual Luncheon Raises More Than $503K for Children & Families

Posted September 21, 2020

More than 300 business leaders, elected officials, and community members attended Uplift Family Service’s virtual Hearts & Hands Luncheon, where we raised more than $500k for our Bay Area children and families.

CBT’s 17th Annual Golf Classic Raises Over $32k For Hollygrove Programs

Posted September 16, 2020

___________________________________________________________________________ On behalf of Uplift Family Services and the children and families we serve, thank you so much for supporting CBT’s 17th Annual Charity Golf Classic. This year’s CBT Golf Classic raised over $32,000, which beats previous years’ fundraising records!
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Lionhearted – Unfinished Business

Posted September 8, 2020

Jenae Ailia is a young singer/songwriter and daughter of Janelle Surrey, an Uplift CPM in Sacramento. Here, in their own words, is Jenae’s story of resilience.

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The Holiday Spirit Hits Solano

Posted September 2, 2020

Spending time with family, lifting the spirits of those around you, and the joy of giving. No matter the time of year, these are some of the best ways to spread cheer. But at our Solano County office, it was
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Integrated Behavioral Health Care

Posted August 28, 2020

Our Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), in partnership with School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County and Pacific Clinics, provides a comprehensive array of services to stabilize people in crisis, and provide the appropriate treatment for those with substance
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A Drive for Academic Success this Fall

Posted August 27, 2020

Anticipation for a new school year can mean excitement, but it can also mean anxiety for families in our community, many of whom live below the poverty line. Read on to learn about the impact of our annual backpack drive.

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