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Fresno EOC Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) partners with schools and many other agencies to provide support to pregnant and parenting teens. One of those partnerships involves being a resource for the annual Central Valley Teen Parent Conference, which has been held for the last several years in Fresno but is open to teens from throughout the Central Valley. The conference has drawn as many as 500 teens and covers a variety of topics like fatherhood, stress management, how to access…

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Joe Williams: A Legend Revered

Posted on Feb 10, 2017

Visionary, innovative, accomplished, a brilliant negotiator, fiercely determined, ahead of his time, and above all a loving husband, father, grandfather and mentor to thousands – that was Joe Williams. He commanded attention when he entered the room, always confident, yet humble. He was loyal, trusted, driven, yet kind. He was the consummate businessman but in every deal insisted it promote fairness, equal opportunity, and improved conditions for those less fortunate. He was a leader for…

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We are proud to announce that Adriana Robles, Fresno EOC LCC Senior Corpsmember, was one of 16 young people selected, nationally, as an “emerging leader” for the Hulet Hornbeck Scholarship and will attend the 23rd American Trails International Trails Symposium in Dayton, Ohio in May. About the Hulet Hornbeck Scholarship The program will immerse the scholarship recipients in learning best practices and trends in the field to help pave the path to careers in natural resource…

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Please come out and join the Fresno EOC Proving Our Parenting Skills (POPS) program for our 2017 Father and Family Engagement Conference. Fathers/Parents and their children can participate in age/developmentally appropriate workshops that foster healthy connections, interactive play, and reinforce basic parenting skills. Participants will walk away with literature, and kits to take home and recreate activities they learned at the conference with their children to help promote the importance of…

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