Sunny Hills Services
Rating: 4 stars 1 1 review 981
Children & Youth, Mental Health, Education
300 Sunny Hills Drive San Anselmo CA 94960 USA
The mission of Sunny Hills Services is to transform young lives by giving hope and by teaching skills that enable our clients to face their challenges, develop their strengths and lead productive and satisfying lives.
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San Francisco Bay Area
Our services include adolescent residential treatment in a campus setting, four neighborhood group homes, therapeutic day treatment, two certified non-public schools, therapeutic summer programs, family preservation and reunification, and job and independent living skills training. These services are designed to help children realize their highest potential - emotionally, intellectually and physically - both today and in their future lives.
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13 people found this review helpful
Community Action Marin, the local anti-poverty program serving Marin County, has worked with Sunny Hills for the last 15 years. We have found the Agency to dedicated to the young people it serves, creative in the development of appropriate client services, and collaborative in working with the community to identify and respond to problems affecting the disenfranchised youth in Marin. The ability of the organization to educate the public regarding local, regional and national issues impacting its client population is outstanding. Without question, Sunny Hills is one of Marin's premire human service agencies and Community Action Marin is proud to be an assiciate!
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The willingness to participate in collaborative activities which benefit Sunny Hills' clients as well as troubled youth throughout the county.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Outstanding! The Executive Director is an intelligent, caring visionary of the highest sort.
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