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    Work for CHC

    Our Statement of Inclusion: Our doors are open to youth and staff regardless of their race, religion and sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. Our Diversity Definition: Understanding that diversity means many different things to many different people, Covenant House California defines it broadly to be inclusive of many different elements of human groups, but to focus particularly on: Racial…

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    Anaheim

    Home Sweet Home Our doors are open for youth overcoming homelessness in Anaheim, California!  This is the first housing program for transitional aged youth in Orange County! Years in the making, this site includes safe shelter, nourishing food, clean clothing, and essential services like job training, education, healthcare, mental health counseling, and legal aid. Here’s how you can get involved:…

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    Welcome

    Welcome to Covenant House California! Now serving over 4,700 youth a year, Covenant House California provides a full continuum of services to meet the physical, emotional, educational, vocational, and spiritual well-being of young people, in order to provide them with the best chance for success in independence. With your help, we can help youth overcome homelessness and end human trafficking!…

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    Board Leadership

    Board of Directors Covenant House California is grateful for the leaders who have made a commitment to our young people. Their support helps us pursue our mission to help youth overcome homelessness and human trafficking. Omid Yazdi Board Chair Partner, KPMG, LLP Omid joined the Covenant House California’s Board of Directors in 2011 and took on the role as Chair…

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    CONVERSATIONS WITH THE COV

    AN EXCLUSIVE INVITATION FOR YOU A Conversation with Covenant House California Chief Executive Officer Bill Bedrossian WHAT: Bill invites you to join him on an interactive call highlighting: Courage During COVID-19 Special Youth Guest What’s On Your Mind? Q&A Session WHEN: Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 4PM WHERE: Zoom call – Link will be provided prior to the event! JOIN…

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    SLEEP OUT – YOUNG PROFESSIONAL EDITION

    SLEEP OUT FOR ONE NIGHT … SO YOUTH EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS DON’T HAVE TO WHAT: Join us for this year’s Spring Sleep Out – hosted by the Associate Boards. WHEN: Friday, March 25, 2022, 8PM – 7AM WHERE:                LOS ANGELES – Banc of California Stadium                OAKLAND – Preservation Park…

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    Staff Leadership

    Executive Leadership Bill Bedrossian Chief Executive Officer BBedrossian@covca.org Bill has served as the CEO of Covenant House California (CHC), since 2014. With just about 25 years of child welfare and homeless services experience, Bill’s passion for working with youth, came from his parents, who have been foster parents for 30+ years and adopted 8 of his 11 siblings through the…

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    ANNUAL REPORT

    COVENANT HOUSE CALIFORNIA ANNUAL REPORT 2021 Thank you for supporting our work in such a meaningful way!  Together, we were able to open two new campuses to serve youth overcoming homelessness and trafficking in 2021.  We are looking forward to our future by providing even more youth with stability, growth, and unconditional love.  If you have any questions about this…

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    Capital Campaign

    DOUBLE OUR IMPACT TO DOUBLE THEIR DREAMS For over three decades, Covenant House California has been the voice of advocacy for those whose voice has been silenced by homelessness. Covenant House California has progressed substantially and your support of the campaign is critical to helping us double the number of youth we serve, to double the number of dreams become…

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    DreamCatcher Youth Services

    DREAMCATCHER YOUTH SERVICES A program of Covenant House California Vision statement: Providing safety so at-risk youth can create a future Contact: Ellen Hurtado, Director DreamCatcher Youth Services/Covenant House CA 1-800-379-1114 510-379-0929 ext. 935 Since 2000, DreamCatcher Youth Services has been the only safe landing for homeless and trafficked at-risk youth in Alameda County who are between the ages of 13-18.…

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