Latino Service Providers Electronic Newsletter
¿Qué Pasa? Boletín Electrónico de LSP
August 13, 2018 ● 13 de Agosto del 2018
Latino Service Providers' E-newsletters consist of vital information that is relevant to the Latino community.Our goal is to increase cultural competency, and help advocate for Latinos in Sonoma County. LSP participates in a variety of community events and educational programs that serve the Latino population.

Los boletines electrónicos de Los Proveedores de Servicios Latinos consisten de información vital que es relevante para la comunidad Latina. Nuestra meta es aumentar la competencia cultural y ayudar a abogar por los Latinos en el condado de Sonoma. LSP participa en una variedad de eventos comunitarios y programas educativos que sirven a la población Latina .
Table of Contents:
  1. Latino Service Providers
  2. Semana Nacional de Los Centros de Salud Agosto 13-17
  3. English Citizenship Class/ Clase de Ciudadania August 14
  4. Café Para Padres 17 de Agosto
  5. Tour del Sistema de Suplemento de Agua del Rio Ruso 18 de Agosto
  6. CAPFest August 21st
  7. Trails for Tots/ Senderitos August 24th
  8. Train as a Coach to Help Older Adults Prevent Falls August 27th
  9. SRJC Latinx Focuised Classes for Fall 2018
  10. Sonoma County Disability Film Festival- August 25th
  11. Become a CASA Volunteer September 6th
  12. Roseland Unity Run and Harvest Festival September 29th
  13. Renueva su DACA/ Renew your DACA
  14. Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad
  15. Petaluma Peer Recovery Center August Schedule
  16. Free Pet Wellness and Vaccine Clinics for Homeless
  17. Volunteers Wanted
Job Announcements:

  1. Co-Director, Hanna Institute
  2. Case Manager for HIV Services Organization
  3. Program Support I, II and III
  4. Marina Attendant - Extra-Help
  5. Program and Policy Coordinator
  6. Registered Dental Assistant I
  7. Dental Back Office Supervisor
  8. Behavioral Health Clinician Intern
  9. Parking Citation Review Officer
  10. Clinic Manager
  11. School Counseling Specialist

Latino Service Providers
Congratulations to Daysi! LSP's Youth Program's latest Student of the Quarter Scholarship recipient.
Daysi is a Latina student in Sonoma County who volunteers her free time at the Northwest library from helping shelve books to helping the teen librarian create a teen resource binder for teens who are thinking about suicide and finding resources for their community. She thanks librarian Kim who always encouraged her and her family to be involved with the Library. Her mother and sister are her most influential role models because they have had many challenges in their lives yet have overcome them and not let them be defined by them. Daysi hopes to pursue a higher education after high school and eventually become a Lawyer to help change peoples lives for the better.
¡Felicidades Daysi!
Join us for our August Monthly Meeting with the Early Learning Institute on 8/23/2018 at 11:30am

Want to nominate a student for Student of the Quarter or want to learn more about our Youth Programs? Click Here
Semana Nacional de Los Centros de Salud Agosto 13-17
English Citizenship Class/ Clase de Ciudadania August 14th
Café Para Padres 17 de Agosto
Tour del Sistema de Suplemento de Agua del Rio Ruso 18 de Agosto
Tour del Sistema de Suplemento de Agua del Río Ruso (En Español)

Agua Sonoma invita al público en general a un tour de medio día para aprender acerca del Sistema de Suplemento de Agua del Río Ruso. El tour será guiado principalmente en Español, con la oportunidad de hacer preguntas en inglés.

Visitaremos las instalaciones que toman, bombean y tratan el agua potable que es enviada a más de 600,000 personas en secciones de los condados de Sonoma y Marin, incluyendo la presa de hule inflable, la nueva escalera de peces, los estanques de infiltración, y el pozo colector de agua número 6- que es uno de los más grandes del mundo.

Se requiere registrarse. Niños deben haberse graduado del 4º año de primaria y ser acompañados por un adulto. Su registración será confirmada por correo electrónico o por teléfono si así lo requiere. ¿Preguntas? Hable en español al (707) 547-1922.

Un Tour Gratuito del Sistema de Suplemento de Agua del Río Ruso ha sido programado el: Sabado, Agosto 18, 2018- 9:30 AM-12:30 PM.
CAPFest August 21st
CAPFest 2018
TICKETS ARE LIMITED!   Join us on  August 21, 2018  from  5:30 pm - 8:30 pm  at  Lagunitas Brewery  for our annual fundraiser in support of our housing programs, Sloan House and Harold's Home,  CAPFest 2018 .
Trails for Tots/ Senderitos August 24th
Train as a Coach to Help Older Adults Prevent Falls August 27th
Train as a Coach to Help Older Adults Prevent Falls

Help older adult increase their safety, balance, strength and confidence on their feet by training on August 27 as a volunteer coach with the nationally acclaimed program, A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns about Falls. Falls are the #1 reason that older Sonoma County adults have to visit an emergency room. Falls can result in a hip fracture, a sprained wrist or a head injury. These injuries may mean a long recovery and can lower older adults’ quality of life or keep them from living independently in their own homes.

A one-day training to become a certified A Matter of Balance coach will be offered Monday, August 27, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Human Services Department Adult and Aging Division, 3725 Westwind Blvd., Santa Rosa. Reserve your space by email at or call (707) 565-5936. The training is hosted by Sonoma County Human Services Department Area Agency on Aging and RSVP Sonoma through North Coast Opportunities, Inc. Volunteer Network. For more information about the program, visit the A Matter of Balance website.
SRJC Latinx Focuised Classes for Fall 2018
Sonoma County Disability Film Festival- August 25th
Become a CASA Volunteer September 6th
Become a CASA Volunteer - a powerful voice in the life of a foster child!
CASA volunteers are everyday people, trained by CASA and then appointed by Judges to advocate for the safety of children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect.
If you can commit to spending 2 - 4 hours a week offering advocacy, friendship and emotional support to a child or young adult in foster care, WE NEED YOU!
We currently have 50 children in our waitlist to be matched with their CASA volunteer.
Become a CASA Volunteer and advocate for children when they need it the most! Next training is right around the corner, beginning September 6 th . Call us at 707-565-6375 or visit  for more information and to sign up!
Roseland Unity Run and Harvest Festival September 29th
Roseland Unity Run and Harvest Festival 

Date & Time: September 29, 8am to 4pm 
Leader: Guadalupe Casco, LandPaths staff 
Location: Bayer Farm 

Fecha y hora: 29 de septiembre, de 8 a.m. a 4 p.m.
Líder: Guadalupe Casco, personal de LandPaths
Ubicación : Bayer Farm
Renueva su DACA/ Renew your DACA
Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad
Petaluma Peer Recovery Center August Schedule
Free Pet Wellness and Vaccine Clinics for Homeless
Volunteers Wanted
Responding to Mendocino and Lake County Fires
Catholic Charities is looking for  on-call  volunteers to relieve current local evacuation center volunteers with shift changes, overnight shifts, and food prep. 

Job Opportunities
Title of Announcement: Co-Director, Hanna Institute
Position Summary: The Hanna Institute was launched in 2017 to raise the community awareness of the negative impact of trauma and adversity on the overall health and well-being of children, families and communities. Our intention is to bring a trauma lens to the services that support our children and families The Co-Director Hanna Institute is responsible for planning, coordinating and executing the training, consultation, collaborations and programs sponsored and led by the Hanna Institute. 
Title of Announcement: Case Manager for HIV Services Organization
Position Summary: We're looking for a dynamic, professional, and balanced individual to join our team as a Case Manager. We serve hundreds of individuals living with HIV each year, helping them to address the challenges that get in the way of their health and well-being. If you're looking for a position that will allow you the opportunity to do amazing work for our community while contributing to a strong and connected team, send us a cover letter explaining why you're interested in working with Face to Face and your resume. Resume's without cover letters will not be reviewed. A first review of applicants will be done on August 7th. The Case Manager provides information and referral of HIV services and resources, conducts intake interviews, and provides supportive services. This is a 32 hour per week (hourly) position, reporting to the Program Director. 
Title of Announcement: Program Support I, II and III 
Salary: $15 to $20 (Levels I, II & III)
Position Summary: This Program Support I, II and III reports to a Program Manager or Administrative Manager, views the
program or department deliverables, then, provides and arranges supportive services which systematically
move components of these deliverables to achieve overall accountability and completion. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa continues to expand as an agency and provides a wide range of services to many clients throughout the agency. Different programs provide varying service support deliverables in order to meet program goals, agency plans, and grant deliverables. This Program Support position provides
administrative, data support, analytical, and facilities support in order to help programs function and meet the
needs of the clients we serve.
This position supports the generation of reports, electronic filings, appointment scheduling, processing of
clerical duties and assisting staff primarily in the Immigration department. This position is non-exempt, part time.
Title of Announcement: Marina Attendant - Extra-Help
Salary: $22.18 - $26.95 Hourly
Position Summary: This recruitment is being conducted to fill an extra-help (intermittent) opening in the Regional Parks Department. This employment list may also be used to fill future extra-help openings as they occur during the active status of this list.
Under general supervision, Marina Attendants perform a variety of semi-skilled maintenance work, new construction, and repair work at a County operated marina; enforce marina rules regulations and ordinances; operate an ice plant; collect marina fees; and perform related duties as required.
Typical duties performed by Marina Attendants include:
  • Security rounds and dock checks
  • Dispensing fuel, oil, and ice to boats
  • Performing maintenance tasks
  • Composing minor incident reports
  • Handling cash and retail sales
  • Janitorial tasks for bathrooms, shower facilities, laundromat, and the Marina Office
Ideal candidates will have six or more months of paid experience working in a marina, and experience with small boat handling and safe boating practices.
Title of Announcement: Program and Policy Coordinator
Salary: $4,433 - $5,389 /Mo.
Position Summary: The Program & Policy Coordinator supports the EDB Department Head and Management Team by performing administrative responsibilities including coordinating, developing, and implementing office procedures. Other duties may include:
  • Coordinating monthly Cannabis Advisory Committee meetings, preparing agendas, public noticing, and recording minutes
  • Directing client inquiries for business assistance, permitting, tax questions, and other services
  • Supporting EDB social media outlets and web portals
  • Assisting with activities conducted by the Cannabis Program Manager such as coordinating schedules, providing conference and event support, reserving meeting and event spaces, and other administrative duties as assigned
  • Proofreading and editing documents along with general clerical work and file organization
  • Conducting research and drafting internal policy memos
Title of Announcement: Registered Dental Assistant I
Position Summary: The RDA performs a variety of dental assisting duties while promoting a safe and clean environment for quality dental care. These duties include but are not limited to assisting the doctor, and teaching patients how to care for their teeth. Communicates effectively with the patient; maintains equipment and inventory, cleans, sterilizes and packages instruments and follows standard precautions, OSHA requirements and dental board auxiliaries’ regulations.
The RDA works on behalf of the patient and the dentist helping to assure a high level of professional excellence in oral health care delivery.
Title of Announcement: Dental Back Office Supervisor
Position Summary: The Dental Back Office Supervisor coordinates the flow of dental office activities and resolves issues arising from patient and staff activities, patient requests and inquiries by performing personally or supervising the duties outlined below. Represents the clinic in a professional manner, both to the public and within the organization; effective at partnering with individuals at all levels of authority.
Areas of Responsibility:
  • Supervision
  • Patient Care
  • Office Management
  • Office Dental Systems
  • Other
Title of Announcement: Behavioral Health Clinician Intern
Salary: $64,533.75 - $78,433.98 Annually
Position Summary: Behavioral Health Clinician Interns practice under the supervision of a program manager, and have the opportunity to receive additional training in diagnosing and treating clients. They provide recovery-oriented behavioral health interventions to adults, families, children, and youth. These services include individual and group counseling, case management, crisis intervention, outreach, and other related duties. Assignments include adult outpatient programs, intake teams, teams focused on a specific geographic region, youth and family outpatient programs, community based teams, the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), or Hospital Liaison & Utilization Review.
Title of Announcement: Parking Citation Review Officer
Salary: $24.78 - $30.09 Hourly
Closing Date: 8/16/2018
Position Summary: The City of Santa Rosa is accepting applications for the position of Parking Citation Review Officer for the Parking Division of the Finance Department. This recruitment is being conducted to fill one (1) part-time position, working 20 hours per week.  
This is a technical classification responsible for providing first level administrative review of parking citations, including hearing complaints, researching conditions, and making determinations of validity of citations in accordance with state law and city policy and communicating decisions to the complaining party. The incumbent is expected to be familiar with parking enforcement operations and related laws and to exercise judgment in the application of regulations and policy.
Title of Announcement: Clinic Manager 
Salary: $29-$33 Hourly
Position Summary: The Clinic Manager oversees the operation of a mental health program which serves children ages 0-18 who have experienced trauma, abuse and neglect. To learn more about our job openings, visit .Short Title & Announcement Description (Spanish)Manijador de Clínicas para el Centro de Consejería para Niños en Child Parent Institute.
El Manijadorde la Clínica supervisa el funcionamiento de un programa de salud mental que atiende a niños de 0 a 18 años que han experimentado traumas, abusos y negligencia. Para obtener más información sobre nuestra vacantes, visite .
Title of Announcement: School Counseling Specialist 
Salary: $222.02 - $419.18 (Daily)
Closing Date: 8/16/2018
Position Summary: The School Counseling Specialist will ensure that migrant students will receive quality mentoring, career, vocational, and college awareness. The School Counseling Specialist will provide support and guidance for qualified MEAP Advisors that are hired, trained and provided with ongoing professional development in relationship to school counseling competencies at assigned school sites, as outlined by the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) National Model. School Counseling Specialists will provide leadership for the supplemental support of, and collaboration with, participating school district counseling programs to serve migrant students. Efforts will include promoting and supporting the design, delivery, evaluation and improvement of comprehensive school counseling services in a systematic manner to improve the academics, attendance, behavior, and career exploration of all migrant students.
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