Latino Service Providers Electronic Newsletter
¿Qué Pasa? Boletín Electrónico de LSP
November 20, 2018 ● 20 de Noviembre del 2018
Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

Dry conditions in much of the United States increase the potential for wildfires in or near wilderness areas. Stay alert for wildfire warnings and take action to protect yourself and your family from wildfire smoke.
  • Who is at greatest risk from wildfire smoke?
  • Take steps to decrease your risk from wildfire smoke.


Protéjase contra el humo de los incendios forestales

Las condiciones secas en partes de los Estados Unidos aumentan la posibilidad de que se produzcan incendios forestales en zonas boscosas o cercanas a estas. Esté atento a las advertencias de incendios forestales y tome medidas para protegerse y proteger a su familia del humo de los incendios forestales.
  • ¿Quiénes corren mayor riesgo por el humo de los incendios forestales?
  • Tome medidas para disminuir su riesgo por el humo de los incendios forestales.

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 .
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Table of Contents:
  1. Latino Service Providers
  2. 11/12-12/3: KP Launch Internship Application Period
  3. 11/12- 12/29: Food for Fines Program
  4. 11/23: Winter Lights Santa Rosa
  5. 11/29: CA Hope PPRC Community Conversation Group
  6. 11/30-4/12: CPI Parenting Through Recovery from North Bay Fires
  7. 12/2 Feria de Inmigración- Servicios Gratis
  8. 12/21: Posada at Andy's Unity Park/ Posada en el Parque de Unidad de Andy
  9. Shelter & Housing Services/ Refugio y Servicios de Vivienda
  10. Disaster Distress Helpline
  11. Website Resource: Mysonomastrong.com  
  12. Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad
  13. NAMI Seeking Presenters & Volunteers
  14. The Center for Social & Environmental Stewardship is Hiring
Job Announcements:

  1. Women’s Program Staff
  2. Program Manager
  3. Senior Program Manager
  4. Health Educator
  5. Senior Services Case Manager
  6. Encore Program Advocate
  7. Lead Advocate
  8. Deputy Public Defender III – Bilingual
  9. Information Technology Analyst II
  10. Human Resources Information Analyst
  11. Rapid Rehousing Case Manager
  12. Winter Shelter Staff
  13. Bilingual Clinician, Youth ACT / PRIDE
  14. Maintenance Worker
  15. Librarian I or II, children’s services – bilingual
Latino Service Providers
In honor of "World Kindness Day" our Youth Promotores created candy goody bags to pass our to their peers and loved ones. 
Latino Service Providers In collaboration with the Bay Area Border Relief (Estamos Contigo) USF will be collecting greatly needed items which will then be delivered to Texas on November 29th. Feel free to drop off supplies at our office at 930 Shiloh Rd Building 40, Suite A. Windsor, Ca 95492. If you have any questions feel free to call us at 707 837 9577 or email us at gbolanos@latinoserviceproviders.org
11/12-12/3: KP Launch Internship Application Period
The 2019 application for the KP LAUNCH summer internship program for college interns will be available until December 3, 2018. We invite you to learn about the KP LAUNCH summer internship program of 2019 by visiting our website. While working, interns gain exposure to various health careers that they may choose to pursue. 

KP LAUNCH interns will: 
  • Work full-time within various Kaiser Permanente departments for eight weeks  
  • Learn about a variety of different health careers opportunities  
  • Meet and learn from health professionals and their internship program peers 
  • Gain professional and personal development through workshops  

The summer 2019 program is scheduled between Monday, June 10 and end by Friday, August 9 over a course of eight weeks at a Northern California Kaiser Permanente facility.  

 Applicant Criteria: 
  • Must be between the ages of 18 and 24 during the program 
  • Must be enrolled in a general education degree (GED) program; community college; vocational school; or university; or a recent high school, GED graduate, or undergraduate degree recipient within one academic year 
  • Must have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher 
  • Must have an interest in working in a healthcare environment 
  • Must be able to work full-time, 40 hours per week during the eight-week program 
  • Must undergo and pass all Kaiser Permanente employment requirements to include: providing proof of the legal right to work in the United States; a background check (if age 18 or over); and a drug and health screening 

Applicants who are dependents of Kaiser Permanente employees are ineligible to participate in the KP LAUNCH summer internship programs.  
Please refer to our website if you have any questions. You may contact a program representative for further questions at kp.launch@kp.org. 
11/12-12/29: Food for Fines Program
The Food for Fines program gives you an opportunity to erase your library fines just by donating non-perishable food (even just one can)! All food will be donated to local food banks. Please spread the word. We want everybody to be able to check out books, CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, and video games!

El programa Food for Fines le da la oportunidad de borrar las multas de su biblioteca con solo donar alimentos no perecederos (incluso uno solo). Toda la comida será donada a los bancos de alimentos locales. Pasa la voz. ¡Queremos que todos puedan ver libros, CD, DVD, audiolibros y videojuegos!
11/23: Winter Lights Santa Rosa
Winter Lights, downtown Santa Rosa’s annual tree lighting event, brings the community together to celebrate the holidays with activities for all ages. This is a free event for the whole community.
This year, we're aiming to put new lights on the tree to light up the holidays! 
The evening starts with the arrival of Santa Claus on top of a fire truck. Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, everyone’s invited to have their picture taken with Santa in the City of Santa Rosa’s Out There Welcome Wagon.
There will be delicious food and beverages from local hot spots and food trucks, including beer and wine for the grown-ups and free hot chocolate and cookies for the kiddos.
Ornament painting, a bouncy jump house, face painting, live performances … there’s a lot see and do before the main event.
The festivities are particularly special to those who participate in the Remembrance Candle Lighting and Tree Lighting portion of the night. Over 30 years ago, Sutter Care at Home began the person-to-person candle lighting tradition in honor of loved ones who are no longer with us. After all the candles are lit, the countdown begins to illuminate the grand tree with thousands of color-changing LED lights.
This beloved celebration is traditionally held on the Friday after Thanksgiving in Courthouse Square, and is free and open to the public.
11/29: CA Hope PPRC Community Conversation Group
11/30-4/12: CPI Parenting Through Recovery from North Bay Fires
CPI continues to offer Parenting Through Recovery from North Bay Fires . The group provides a supportive forum for parents who have lost their homes to process their own experiences and to share insights about guiding their children as they recover from the fires.

Upcoming meetings of these groups will be on select Fridays at 9:00 AM at CPI:
  • November 30
  • December 14
  • January 11
  • February 8
  • March 8
  • April 12
12/2 Feria de Inmigración- Servicios Gratis
12/21: Posada at Andy's Unity Park/ Posada en el Parque de Unidad de Andy
Shelter & Housing Services/ Refugio y Servicios de Vivienda
Disaster Distress Helpline
Disaster Distress Helpline: Overview (for quick/easy reference)
  • The Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH) provides crisis counseling and support for anyone in the U.S. experiencing distress or other behavioral health concerns related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Calls and texts are answered by a network of independently-operated crisis centers around the country, who provide psychological first aid, emotional support, crisis assessment and intervention, and referrals to local/state behavioral health services for follow-up care & support.
Website Resource: Mysonomastrong.com
Mysonomastrong.com is an implementation of My Disaster Recovery and has been customized to serve the needs of Sonoma County. My Disaster Recovery is a self-help service designed to help survivors who have experienced a recent disaster learn more about post-disaster stress and cope more effectively with the effects of the disaster.

24-Hour Resources:
  • SAMHSA 24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 Specific to Fire Recovery, the SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline is staffed 24/7 by trained trauma counselors.
  • 24-hour Mental Health Crisis Services: (707) 576-8181
  • 24-hour Suicide Prevention Hotline: (855) 587-6373

Daytime Numbers:
  • NAMI Mental Health Support Warmline: (866) 960-6264 A bilingual support line to help people connect with trauma-informed mental health services, including group resilience-building sessions, yoga, and iRest meditation classes.
  • CA HOPE Warmlines: Project HOPE counselors can often go out and meet survivors in person, wherever they are.
  • Santa Rosa: (707) 608-8805
  • Adults age 50 or over: (707) 608-8804
  • North Sonoma County: (707) 608-8807
  • Sonoma Valley: (707) 608-8806
  • South Sonoma County: (707) 608-8806
  • West Sonoma County: (707) 608-8807
  • Español: (707) 608-8825

All these services and more are also available to Sonoma County residents, and we encourage you to contact NAMI at (866) 960-6264 or warmline@namisoco.org for more information.

  • If you are military veteran, the following resources are available to you. The Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Santa Rosa is located at 3841 Brickway Blvd, Santa Rosa, CA and the contact number for services is (707) 569-2300.
Cuerpo Corazón Comunidad
NAMI Seeking Presenters & Volunteers
Seeking NAMI Presenters & Volunteers
 
We are looking for NAMI presenters, willing to help us respond to requests for speakers.
  • In Our Own Voice presenters share personal stories of the reality of living with mental illness to humanize the often misunderstood topic; they demonstrate that it’s possible, and common, to live well with mental illness.
  • Ending the Silence presenters include young adults living with mental illness, and their family members. Presenters share their stories about mental health challenges to middle and high schoolers as a way of raising their awareness of and changing perceptions around mental health conditions.
NAMI Sonoma County is also looking for administrative volunteers to help with office tasks, library management, social media management, correspondence and more.
 
For more information on how to become a presenter or volunteer, please email info@namisoco.org .
The Center for Social & Environmental Stewardship is Hiring
Job Opportunities
Title of Announcement: Women’s Program Staff
Closing Date: 11/30/2018
Position Summary:  Part time Program Staff position for the Women's Program at The Living Room. This position could lead to a full-time position in the future. Experience working with people experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, substance use, mental health challenges a plus. Bilingual a plus. Flexible and good with boundaries a plus. Team-player is a must. Please see job description attached. The Program Staff works under the supervision of the Program Director.  
Job Responsibilities
  • Maintain safety and order in the program room and parking lot
  • Assist new participants with orientation to the program
  • Perform intakes, compile statistics and keep the program roster information current
  • Provide information and referrals to other agencies and community resources
  • Work with volunteers and participants to set up the Women’s Program room in the morning
  • Work with participants and other staff to keep the Women’s Program room clean and orderly during the day and cleaned up at the end of the day
  • See that participant’s Requests for Service are handled fairly and efficiently 
  • Work with staff members and volunteers to keep supplies well-stocked 
  • See that the Women’s Program equipment is protected and in working order
  • Assist and oversee food service in kitchen and dining
  • Provide fair and efficient distribution and storage of giveaway items
  • Implement appropriate activities for participants
  • Facilitate community meetings with the participants twice each month
  • Assist with coordination of classes, in-service presentations and identify participants in need of case management
Title of Announcement: Program Manager
Position Summary:   The Program Manager is responsible for overseeing and managing the daily operations of the worker center and implementation of programs and services for day laborers and domestic workers.The Program Manager coordinates the delivery of services with community partners and agencies, and supervises and supports staff in accomplishing programmatic work areas and goals. The Program Manager also is responsible for the collection and recording of all data related to CLG’s program activities as well as facilitating the daily use, upkeep and maintenance of the hiring site. 
To Apply Please send a letter summarizing your qualifications and interest along with a résumé that includes education, work history, and two employment and one personal reference to:Centro Laboral de Graton, Box 42, Graton, CA 95444 or email to: christy@gratondaylabor.org.
Title of Announcement: Senior Program Manager
Salary: Annually $52,000 to $56,000
Position Summary:  Lead with a passionate team committed to supporting immigrants and their families. This program continues to grow and seeks a dynamic, experienced Senior Program Manager who will provide management, solidify our great internal administrative functions and grow new programming. The Senior Program Manager of Immigration & Resettlement Services manages the overall program operations of Immigration and Refugee Resettlement, including staffing, budget(s) and spending, planning, program grants, plus pursues new grants and other sources of revenue for the program. The Senior Program Manager provides immigration services to clients and implements a community outreach program to assist people with varied immigration processes.
The Program Manager provides leadership and thorough implementation of the accreditation as well as the performance and quality improvement processes within the sphere of leadership.
Title of Announcement: Health Educator
Position Summary: T he Health Educator is responsible for providing specific evidence based curriculum with fidelity to at-risk and transition age youth. He/she has specialized training in pregnancy testing, reproductive anatomy and physiology, adolescent issues, family planning methods, STIs and HIV. The Heath Educator provides backup support with other Outreach and Health Education Department projects, which may include health fairs, individual or group presentations, and neighborhood activities as needed and as assigned by the supervisor and may include working with the Teen Advocacy Group. This position also provides referrals and assistance for mental health, housing, jobs, Medi-Cal eligibility, nutrition, substance abuse, smoking and alcohol abuse, and violence issues. Provides barrier methods of family planning. This position is grant funded.
TO APPLY: Submit your resume to Shannon Young, in the Human Resources Department by email to shannony@srhealth.org, or by fax to 707-387-3126. Please reference Health Educator - REQ# 299 in the subject line or fax cover sheet.
Title of Announcement: Senior Services Case Manager
Position Summary: Under general direction of the Senior Services Director, the Case Manager will evaluate, assess and monitor clients who need assistance in remaining independent in their homes; develop a care plan and goals for clients’ needs; maintain case files and evaluations; provide information and assistance of resources and services available for seniors; assist in development and coordination of case management team; provide education and support to family and care providers.
Title of Announcement: Encore Program Advocate Bilingual preferred
Salary: $16.50-$18.50
Position Summary: The Encore Program Advocate provides advocacy and support services for residents as they transition out of the Safe House or other YWCA housing program and move into the community. Follow along services, as part of the YWCA Sonoma County’s Encore program, are time limited and assist individuals in planning and addressing needs post our residential program. The Encore Advocate works in collaboration with the resident to meet intermediate and long-term goals to include financial stability, stable housing, job/career development, the pursuit of education and other goals as defined by the individual. This position combines follow along support, case management, community outreach and administrative duties. The Encore Advocate may also be requested to fill advocate and crisis line duties at the Safe House as needed. The Encore Advocate must be available to be on a rotating on-call schedule, and be responsive to phone calls and to immediate law enforcement advocate requests. This position requires reliable transportation. 
TO APPLY: Submit Resume & Cover Letter to jprovost@ywcasc.org with “Encore Program Advocate” in subject line. 
Title of Announcement: Lead Advocate
Salary: $17.50-$19.50
Position Summary: The Lead Advocate provides program coordination and facility operations support to assist the Domestic Violence Services Manager. This position takes a lead role in overall coordination of service delivery including scheduling and training Safe House staff and interns, client intake and intervention, facility operations and acts as point of contact in the absence of the Domestic Violence Services (DVS) Manager. The Lead Advocate must be available to be on a rotating on-call, and be responsive to phone calls and to immediate law enforcement advocate request. 
TO APPLY: Submit Resume & Cover Letter to jprovost@ywcasc.org with “Lead Advocate” in subject line. 
Title of Announcement: Deputy Public Defender III - Bilingual 
Salary: $109,072.89 - $132,553.00 Annually
Position Summary: The Deputy Public Defender III performs complex legal defense work involving detailed knowledge of the law and court procedures for areas such as misdemeanors, felonies, juvenile delinquency, family support, and mental health cases.
The ideal candidate will possess:
  • The ability to speak, read, and write in Spanish and English
  • Extensive trial experience defending criminal cases
  • A thorough working knowledge of defense theories, investigation, and trial tactics
  • Strong communication and diplomacy skills
  • Experience researching, writing, and arguing motions and writs
  • The desire to work in a collaborative environment
Title of Announcement: Information Technology Analyst II
Salary: $5,769 - $7,012/Mo.
Position Summary: The Sonoma County Information Systems Department (ISD) seeks multiple Information Technology Analyst II"s (ITA II) to join the Customer Support Services and Data Center Operations teams in the Technical Services division and Procurement team in the Administration Division.
The Technical Services division includes Service Desk, Desktop Support, Network Services, and the Data Center Operations teams. The Administration division provides support to the department in the areas of Finance, Human Resources, and IT Procurement.
Title of Announcement: Human Resources Information Analyst
Salary: $5,610 - $6,819/Mo.
Position Summary: Reporting to the Recruitment and Classification Manager, the Human Resources Information Analyst will be responsible for developing, analyzing, and producing human resources data, metrics, reports, and recommendations in support of departmental and countywide human resources functions. The position is the primary liaison between the Human Resources Department and the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) team, and is responsible for assisting with and coordinating communications to County departments related to HRIS upgrades and implementation; testing and auditing enhancements; and identifying improvement opportunities to ensure end-user system integrity for human resources business operations.
Title of Announcement: Rapid Rehousing Case Manager
Salary: $19-21 DOE
Position Summary: The Housing and Homeless Services Department is seeking to fill a Part-time Case Manager position providing housing services to individuals and families in the lower Russian River area. The Part-Time Case Manager will provide varying levels of case management, crisis intervention and support services to clients in the Rapid Re-housing program. The Rapid Rehousing Case Manager is responsible for completing client intake / assessment to identify needs and strengths of the referred participants for services. Homeless clients are referred through Coordinated Entry.
Title of Announcement: Winter Shelter Staff
Salary: $14-$16 Depending on position
Position Summary: West County Community Services is currently recruiting for Winter Shelter Staff (Shelter Shift Supervisors, Shelter Shift Aides and Shelter Shift Aide On-Call) for our Winter Shelter Shelter scheduled to open Dec 1, 2018 through the end of March 2019. There will be 3 half day trainings held the week before. Under the general direction of the Director of Housing and Homeless Services and the direct supervision of the Shelter Manager, the Shift Supervisor and Aids are responsible for overseeing, facilitating, and coordinating the activities of clients and volunteers during the hours of the Winter Shelter operation. The shelter staff provides a safe, nurturing environment for shelter clients and is responsible for the overall safety of everyone in the shelter. 
Title of Announcement: Bilingual Clinician, Youth ACT / PRIDE
Position Summary: The ACT and PRIDE programs serve youth involved with Sonoma County Juvenile Probation. It is an intensive family and community-based treatment program for SED probation-involved youth with substance abuse problems or gang affiliations. The Clinician works as part of a team to build support systems and supervise the interventions of the team's Youth Specialists. The ACT/PRIDE Clinician will serve a diverse client-base including but not limited to: severely emotionally disturbed youth (SED) as well as youth who are engaged in gang-affiliated behaviors. Youth who are on probation with gang-enhancements make up approximately 50% of the caseload. The Clinician is responsible for participating in the court process, held weekly, with clients, families, the presiding judge, probation, the District Attorney and Public Defender's offices.
  • RESPONSIBILITIES:Provide intensive therapy and case management to 12-15 SED youth clients who live at home, in foster homes or group homes, half of which have gang enhancements.
  • Conduct assessments and re-assessments.
  • Engage primary caregiver, youth and other key participants in active change-oriented treatment
  • Maintain clear concise documentation of treatment efforts via our EHR, Tier.
  • Maintain 65% billable productivity throughout each month.
  • Collaborate with all relevant systems and key participants within each system.
  • Provide direct clinical treatment using methods compatible with wraparound principles and practices.
Title of Announcement: Maintenance Worker
Salary: $21.78 - $25.82 Hourly
Position Summary: Maintenance Worker is the entry-level classification in the maintenance job series. Incumbents in this position perform physical labor in construction, maintenance and landscaping assignments. After a pre-established period of time, and/or upon meeting the requirement for promotion established for the division and department where the employee is assigned, a Maintenance Worker may be promoted to a Skilled Maintenance Worker without further competition. Work assignments may include evening, weekend and holiday work. Some positions may require standby and/or rotating shifts.
This recruitment is being conducted to fill three (3) full-time vacancies assigned to the Street Maintenance Section and to establish an eligible list which may be used to fill future vacancies.
Title of Announcement: Librarian I or II, children’s services – bilingual
Salary:$59,904 to $78,582.40 annually
Closing Date: 11/27/2018
Position Summary: We are seeking a customer service driven library professional with excellent communication and Spanish bilingual skills for our full-time Children Services Librarian position at the Central Library. The ideal candidate will have strong outreach, technical, and training skills and be willing to work in a sometimes fast paced and often vibrant “all ages” environment. Share your talents and abilities while utilizing your librarian skills for community partnerships, basic to advanced computer training and downloadable Audio and eBook device help for the public. Please complete the required supplemental questionnaire.
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