Case Management

Transforming Our Attitudes (T.O.A) Case Manager

Transforming Our Attitudes (T.O.A)

The TOA program was created and tailored for our Pacific Islander Community. TOA is a 10-week program that started in 2014 for our young Pacific Islander men and women who were are Transitional Age Youth (TAY) 18-24 years of age.


In 2015, TOA was infused into our existing youth workshops. It includes Samoan proverbs, cultural values, life skills, anger management, and more.


"Tautua nei mo sou manuia mo a taeao" "Serve now for a Better Tomorrow"

ReSET Case Manager

ReSET in partnership with SCDC is a work experience and leadership building program for youth eligible according to Federal “Out Of School Youth” designation. Target population is Transitional Age Youth (TAY) 18 - 24 years of age.


Youth are recruited, interviewed, trained and given meaningful work experience, as well as ongoing support and case management. Upon entering into the program, youth participate in 80+ hours of job and life skills training over two months. Youth then work in their assigned positions for 10+ hours a week, plus they attend monthly workshops focused on job readiness, academics or life skills; such as SAT prep, college access, financial aid, financial literacy, resume writing, mock interviewing, etc. Youth will also set career, academic and personal goals for themselves and identify a plan to meet those goals.


Community Youth Center (CYC) Case Manager

Asian Pacific Islander Violence Prevention Services (APIVPS) in partnership with SCDC provides case management services, support groups, and enrichment activities for at-risk API youth throughout the San Francisco Unified School District. APIVPS works to reconnect youth with caring adults and peers by providing financial, social, and recreational resources, building individual strengths, and promoting youth and family communication.