Components of SSSF include:

Housing Stability Project
For the prevention of homlessness and
emergency shelter assistance.

Community Capacity Building
Projects with local Tribes, churches and community volunteers.
Aspects of this include grant writing and community dinner, food

Bridging Victim Services Project
Bridge Tribal services, Tribal members, County government and
local services providers for the common goal of providing
adequate and culturally competent services to Native American
victims of crime.
FEMA Housing Stability for 2014 is

2014 Youth Coed Softball  
Tournament  Champions
1st Place - Mini Skins
2nd Place- Robinson Youths
3rd Place - Hopland Young Bloods

9 to 12 year olds
1st Place - Pineoleville  Athletics
2nd Place - Habematolel Pomo
3rd Place - Big Valley Youths
More information   
"Continuing to ReachOut (and
Dance) in California" Rural Monitor
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feature article.

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"Doing Something About the Health
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Reach Out
A Promotores model to teach positive lifestyle habits to families
and children, to help prevent obesity and diabetes complications
in minority populations of rural Lake County.

Sunrise Special Services Foundation (SSSF) is a non-profit
501(C)3 founded February 14, 2000. The SSSF mission is to
provide advocacy, social services and funding for some of the
most important services which challenge rural areas