Author: Alameda Point

Mentor Week by guest blogger Millawn O.

Millawn Oliver is a high school senior and APC resident. During her summer vacation, she was an intern at the APC Service Center. Her responsibilities included producing the monthly resident newsletter, and generating content that would help foster community among teens in the community. Millawn will be writing a monthly series, College Bound, about her quest to reach her goal of enrolling in a four-year college. Continue reading “Mentor Week by guest blogger Millawn O.”

APC looks to the future

Alameda Point is at a significant crossroads, and so is the Alameda Point Collaborative. APC was established in 1999 through a special federal homeless accommodation process. Over the last decade-and-a-half, we have been successfully working to end homelessness by providing housing and services to create a community where formerly homeless families and individuals can flourish. At any given time, we are serving almost 500 individuals, including almost 300 children and youth. Continue reading “APC looks to the future”

APC celebrates opening of new education center

In 2015, the APC Children & Youth Services’ Education Center which provides after-school programming, is no longer a one-room schoolhouse! Education Center staff hosted a grand opening celebration of their new and spacious home on January 14, 2015 for APC families and community supporters. In lieu of cutting a ribbon, the children christened their new space with a scavenger hunt and a piñata. Continue reading “APC celebrates opening of new education center”