The San Mateo County Probation Department seeks responses one or more provider(s) of programs that promote resiliency, pro-social behavior, and emotional wellbeing for youth in the San Mateo County juvenile hall, Camp Kemp, and community probation services. Programs should be documented or verified through an evidence-based or promising practice.
The San Mateo County Probation Department seeks responses from one or more provider(s) of youth and family programs that promote resiliency, pro-social behavior, and emotional wellbeing as well as decrease youth involvement in the juvenile justice system. Programs should be documented or verified through an evidence-based or promising practice.
by the County of San Mateo Communications Team
In 2018, the San Mateo County Probation Department partnered with the City of San Mateo Police Department and their Police Activities League (PAL) for a juvenile diversion program, targeting at-risk youth ages 11-17 years old. This 6-month program provides youth with individualized plans to address a youth’s deviant behavior through a multidisciplinary team comprised of a full time Deputy Probation Officer, a juvenile detective, a clinician and a case worker from the local YMCA.
By Alex Orlando, posted February 27, 2019 The San Mateo County LGBTQ Commission, in conjunction with the San Mateo County Health
The County of San Mateo has developed and adopted a new Transgender Policy for its employees. This policy was unanimously approved and supported by the County Board of Supervisors at its February 12 meeting. This Transgender Policy reaffirms the County’s commitment to providing a welcoming, safe, and inclusive environment for all employees.
Redwood City - Today, the San Mateo County LGBTQ Commission presented the first wellness assessment in 15 years of LGBTQ community members of San Mateo County to the Board of Supervisors. The assessment, conducted in collaboration with Public Health, Policy and Planning, a division of San Mateo County Health, sought to evaluate the attitudes of the County’s LGBTQ residents by deploying online needs assessment surveys in 2017, including different versions for adults and for youth.