Latino Service Providers Electronic Newsletter
¿Qué Pasa? Boletín Electrónico de LSP
November 5, 2018 ● 5 de Noviembre 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. Let's Talk English Conversation Circle
  3. 11/8: Introduction to Homebuying & Affordable Homeownership
  4. 11/10: Community Work Day / Dia de Trabajo Comunitario
  5. 11/14: Ethnic Studies/Diversity Awareness curriculum
  6. 11/16: Café Para Padres
  7. 11/16: Corrine Camp Action Network
  8. 11/16-11/18: Homeless with Pets Jacket Challenge
  9. 11/19: Financial Literacy Workshop
  10. Health Mobile November Schedule
  11. Health Insurance Sign Up Period 10/15-1/15
  12. Renewal & Open Enrollment/ Renovacion y Inscripcion Abierta
Job Announcements:

  1. Custodian
  2. Fairgrounds Maintenance Worker
  3. Warehouse / Stocking Clerk
  4. Bilingual Clinician, Youth ACT / PRIDE
  5. Student Intern - Santa Rosa Water
  6. Community Health Program Manager
  7. Social Media Intern
  8. STEP Registered Nurse (RN)
  9. Mental Health Counselor
  10. Database Coordinator
Latino Service Providers
Let's Talk English Conversation Circle
11/8: Introduction to Homebuying & Affordable Homeownership
11/10: Community Work Day / Dia de Trabajo Comunitario
11/14: Ethnic Studies Diversity Awareness curriculum
SRTA supports diversity and access to the curriculum for all students. 

We invite educators, parents, and students to join us to discuss future Ethnic Studies/Diversity Awareness curriculum.

We would like to hear our community's hopes, dreams, and concerns regarding Ethnic Studies. Our goal is find best practices and solutions to concerns so that educators, parents, and students can stand shoulder to shoulder as we share our recommendations to school board on November 14 at the School Board meeting.

Snacks and soft drinks will be provide. Please come so we can work together for student, staff, and district success.
11/16: Café Para Padres
11/16: Corrine Camp Action Network
Corrine Camp Action Network (CCAN)
Announces its 10th Anniversary Gathering!
WHEN: Friday, November 16, 2018, 3:30-5:30
WHERE: Unitarian Universalist Congregation
              547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa
Refreshments will be served Come contribute your voice as we explore the needs of our mental health community!
For more information, please contact:
Vivian at: (707) 331-2374
11/16-11/18: Homeless with Pets Jacket Challenge
11/19: Financial Literacy Workshop
Financial Literacy

Financial Overview
Managing Debt
Saving and Investing

Nov 19th and 26th 6 to 7:30pm
Dec 3rd and 10th 6 to 7:30pm

Fife Creek Commons
16376 Fife Ct. in Guerneville

Call 707-823-1640 ext 200
To register or with questions


Presented by the Russian River Empowerment Center
The Russian River Empowerment Center is a program of West County Community Services with funding from Sonoma County Department of Health Services Behavioral Health Division-Mental Health Services Act.
Health Mobile November Schedule
Llegue temprano!  Las personas se atienden en orden como van llegando, y las citas se llenan rápido. Para mas informacion, llame 547-4612.
DONACION PARA LA CONSULTA : Pacientes Nuevos $15, Pacientes Establecidos $10

Arrive early! Patients are seen on a first come first serve basis and space fills up quickly. Please call 547-4612 for more information DONATION FOR OFFICE VISIT : New Patients $15, Established Patients $10

Health Insurance Sign Up Period 10/15-1/15
Renewal & Open Enrollment/ Renovacion y Inscripcion Abierta
Job Opportunities
Title of Announcement: Custodian
Salary: $3,001.97 - $3,648.98/Mo.
Closing: 11/12/2018
Position Summary: As a Custodian in the Main Adult Detention Facility you will:
  • Keep assigned building areas clean and orderly, including public restrooms, meetings rooms, visiting areas, and court holding areas
  • Sweep, mop, dust, and clean staff bathrooms
  • Clean booking cells, holding cells, inmate cells and observation cells which may have blood, urine, feces, or vomit, etc.
  • Operate floor scrubber, burnishing buffer, vacuum, carpet cleaner, and power washer
Title of Announcement: Fairgrounds Maintenance Worker
Salary: $3,252.43 - $3,953.35/Mo.
Closing: 11/13/18
Position Summary: Fairgrounds Maintenance Workers complete a variety of unskilled and semiskilled light and heavy tasks in order to prepare and maintain the buildings and grounds for upcoming events. Fairgrounds Maintenance Workers must be willing to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays.
The ideal candidate will have a strong work ethic, be dependable, and committed to working safely in addition to having experience:
  • Maintaining an organized inventory of required supplies, materials, and equipment
  • Placing orders to maintain inventory stock
  • Creating and maintaining records
  • Inspecting and maintaining the quality of landscaping, grounds, stalls, and tack rooms
  • Using herbicide or pesticide sprays to control weeds, insects, and parasites
  • Assisting skilled co-workers in simple carpentry, painting, masonry, and other trade-related tasks
Title of Announcement: Warehouse / Stocking Clerk
Position Summary: T he Warehouse / Stocking Clerk is responsible for performing a variety of manual tasks associated with the acquisition, storage, and distribution of food products and maintenance of the facility. This is a part-time (20 to 25 hours per week) nonexempt position with a varied weekly schedule that includes evening and weekend hours.
• Pick up, check-in, unload and put away purchased and donated products
• Unload, inventory, log, and put away food donations from food drives and individuals
• Spot-check grocery delivery orders to ensure they are complete and correct
• Prepare for upcoming volunteer shifts by arranging projects and cleaning work spaces
• Assist with inventory process
• Restock frozen, refrigerated, and dry goods into inventory; ensure that first-expired-first- out methodology is used
• Maintain sanitation, safety and order of food distribution areas
• Drive within Sonoma County to deliver and load heavy items
• Perform basic maintenance tasks
• Participate in special projects at the request of the Operations Coordinator
• Follow all Food Safety guidelines for receiving, storage, and distribution
• Direct volunteers in a friendly and professional manner
• Assist clients with weekly orders
• Attend staff meetings
• Perform other duties as assigned
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: Student Intern - Santa Rosa Water
Salary: $11.00 - $16.00 Hourly
Position Summary: Santa Rosa Water has excellent paid internship opportunities in the Water-Use Efficiency, Energy and Sustainability, Environmental Laboratory, Environmental Compliance and Storm Water & Creeks sections. To qualify as a Student Intern, an individual must be enrolled in a full- time or part-time academic or vocational program or curriculum which is directly related to the work the Intern would perform for the City. This recruitment is to establish a list for current vacancies in Water-Use Efficiency, Energy & Sustainability and Environmental Compliance and an anticipated vacancy in Storm Water & Creeks. Water-Use Efficiency: Water-Use Efficiency interns are college students with an interest in resource management, urban water systems, and/or water use efficiency. Interns work up to 20 hours per week gaining on-the-job training in a range of water use efficiency duties, strategies, technologies, and programs. To learn more about Santa Rosa's Water-Use Efficiency programs, please visit our website .
Title of Announcement: Community Health Program Manager
Position Summary: The Community Health Program Manager for the Petaluma Health Care District (PHCD) works closely with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to develop and drive the District’s Community Health Strategic Priority. This includes building upon the success of PHCD’s community initiatives, engagement and community health resources and investments. The Manager ensures the District’s community health and wellness efforts are data-driven, informed by best practices and are responsive to the specific needs and assets of the community. The Manager will work with other community and regional leaders and organizations to identify and prioritize the greatest needs in southern Sonoma County, align efforts and share best practices. A key component of the Managers role is to partner and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.
This is an exempt position reporting to the CEO.
Title of Announcement: Social Media Intern
Salary:  $15 per hour
Closing Date: 11/10/2018
Position Summary: The Social Media Intern will report to the Program and Volunteer Director. He or she will assist in creating and implementing a plan to recruit young people for TSS’ Ready to Work and Career Awareness programs using social media and other avenues. The Intern will also assist with data collection and evaluation.This is a part-time, non-exempt position for an estimated 10 hours per week for approximately 27 weeks.
  • Assist with creating a social media plan for recruiting participants in Ready to Work and Career Awareness
  • Implement the plan
  • Suggest other ways to find and recruit participants
  • Maintain accurate database of participants and volunteers
  • Create and implement evaluation tools such as surveys through Survey Monkey
  • Maintains confidentiality related to all Teen Services issues
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • High School Diploma
  • Proficient with Google Docs, spreadsheets and social media platforms
  • Flexible schedule including afternoons and evenings
  • 18 years or older
  • Bilingual preferred
Send resume to by November 10, 2018.
Title of Announcement: STEP Registered Nurse (RN) 
Position Summary: Under the supervision of the Nurse Manager, the Nurse is responsible for implementing and evaluating the nursing care delivered within the program, and for utilizing the nursing process to provide assessment, treatment planning, and evaluation of resident care within designated clinical areas. They as a clinical role model and provides nursing consultation to staff within the assigned areas of responsibility.Seneca is committed to hiring and maintaining a culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce that is reflective of the local client or student community.
Title of Announcement: Mental Health Counselor
Position Summary: COMPASS is a Comprehensive Assessment and Stabilization Program that provides highly individualized, client and family driven treatment intended to stabilize the child, meet immediate needs such as mental, emotional, physical health and academic and social needs as well as provide for on-going care and sustainable transition back to family and or identified caregivers. The Mental Health Counselor provides family-based mental health counseling, crisis intervention, collateral, and case management services to children and families. The Mental Health Counselors are members of a treatment team and provide services at the program sites and in the community. This includes but is not limited to hospitals, school and family homes. Mental Health Counselors will demonstrate communication skills through documentation of mental health notes and participation in meetings with outside providers, managers, clinicians, Professional Parents, client and families. Seneca is committed to hiring and maintaining a culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse workforce that is reflective of the local client/student community.
Title of Announcement: Database Coordinator
Position Summary: The Resource Database Coordinator position is full-time, five days a week. Typical schedule is Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm; but may require evening, weekend or holiday shifts. Occasional travel to local and bay area meetings is typical for this position.
To be considered for the open 211 Resource Database Coordinator position you must:
Review our website to ensure that the services we offer, our mission, and values are good match with yours.
Send an email to , with a subject heading 211 Resource Database Coordinator; attach your resume and cover letter specifying your salary requirements.
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