| CCEB by the numbers
• 1,173 families in crisis received housing counseling, rental assistance, eviction prevention and financial assistance.
• 507 low-income families were helped in filing their taxes and received $780,000 in income tax refunds.
• 351 families received help from Food Stamp outreach.
• 40 seniors were helped through the Monument Corridor Senior Program.
• 11 families were helped with jobs, transportation and social support with parish-based volunteer teams.
• 175 people received training through Project ACCESS, providing Early Childhood Education job-training services and the Bilingual Medical Training Program. 100 additional clients learned English as a Second Language.
• 150 parents and children in North Richmond improved their parenting skills via the Family Literacy Program.
• More than 500 refugees were resettled through Refugee Resettlement and Employment services.
• 340 immigrants were helped on the path to citizenship by Immigration Legal Services.
• 1,450 immigrant and refugee seniors were provided social support through Multicultural Seniors Services Network.
• 436 people impacted by violent crime. Intensive Crisis Counseling: working as part of the Measure Y collaborative.
• 146 clients focused on increasing emotional resilience.
• 148 families in 17 diocesan schools received school counseling served.
• 700 youth through Restorative Justice practices, and trained 40 adults in these practices Worked to derail the school-to-jail pipeline for over.
• 6 families received parent education and family support to keep children in the homes.
• 16,548 people in need of Information and referral services served.
Source: 2012 figures from www.cceb.org
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