Family Services

familyservTHE FAMILY SERVICES MISSION: Family Services educates, supports and empowers community members by providing resources that offer sustainable alternatives to those in crisis. Delivered with compassion and respect, our efforts help weave a stronger fabric that is our community.

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Fitness and Fun at SEVCA's Fools' Run

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SEVCA’s Wellness Committee held its first Couch to 5K Event, on Saturday, April 2, 2016, named the Fools’ Run in celebration   of April Fools’ Day.

Participants woke early on Saturday to cloudy skies that threatened rain, but it was perfect weather for the 30 runners and walkers that came out to show their support for SEVCA's Homelessness Prevention and Rehousing efforts! Check out our Facebook page to see some great photos. Thanks to our major event sponsors Blue Cross Blue Shield and C&S Wholesale Grocers, and all the other sponsors, volunteers, and participants that helped to make our first Fools' Run a success!


SEVCA's Annual Report of Program Impact

SEVCA's 2013-14 Annual Report not only enumerates the key achievements of our major programs, it demonstrates the impact of these programs on the lives of the people who have participated in them. Engaging stories highlight the experiences of six real people and how they have achieved personal successes and improved their lives with SEVCA’s help. Click here to read the Annual Report.

“Nothing could be worse than the fear that one had given up too soon, and left one unexpended effort that might have saved the world. ”

Jane Addams (U.S. social worker, 1860-1935)