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Action - A Parent & Teen Support Program
A Parent & Teen Support Program  has helped thousands of Santa Clarita families dealing with teen trouble, defiance, gangs, drug abuse and alcohol abuse. Meeting's are held weekly at Canyon High School and Hart High School (Spanish Speaking).

Alcoholics Anonymous - Santa Clarita Valley Central Office
Local residents of the SCV now have a place to go find the help they need if they or someone close to them has problems with drinking alcohol. Alcoholics Anonymous has opened a resource/call center in the Santa Clarita Valley called the Santa Clarita Valley Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous. The answering service is available 24 hours a day. The phone number is 661-2509922. Local volunteers who all have also recovered are manning the phones to insure that people get the help when they need it. Further information about alcoholism and a complete directory of local A.A. meetings can be found at the official website of the SCV Central Office of A.A. at: www.aascv.org

A Light of Hope Support Center
A Light of Hope (ALOH) is a Santa Clarita non-profit offering support for 14-26 year olds suffering from addiction and their parents. A Light of Hope offers support groups for parents and teens/young adults, sober activities and counseling.

American Association of University Women
AAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. We welcome all those with AA, RN, or bachelor degrees and beyond.

Anonymous, Narcotics - Santa Clarita Area
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.  We meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

American Red Cross
A humanitarian organization that offers vital disaster relief assistance, health and safety training, international tracing services, services for military families, youth services, blood and tissue services, and volunteer opportunities to serve the community.

Assistance League Santa Clarita
Our volunteers help children succeed in school by providing new school clothes, shoes, eye exam and eyeglasses to help them focus on learning.  We also provide teddy bears for children experiencing a trauma and provide home-cooked meals, gifts and treats to residents in convalescent hospitals and home-bound seniors. 
Low cost clothing and housewares are available at our thrift store, Assistance League Resale, in downtown Newhall. We are 100% volunteer run and donations to our resale store and cash donations are tax-deductible. 

Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley
Our mission is to inspire and enable young people to reach their full potential as responsible, productive, healthy and caring citizens. We provide opportunities for young people to learn, explore, participate and contribute, as well as support that nurtures and helps them as they grow.

Bridge To Home
Bridge to Home provides support services – including an emergency winter shelter, case management, housing navigation, and medical clinics – that help individuals and families in the Santa Clarita Valley transition out of homelessness.  Bridge to Home is funded through contracts with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, subcontracts with Los Angeles Family Housing, private and public grants, and extensive in-kind donations and participation from the local community.

Castaic Town Council
Online community information for the Castaic area.

Community Gardens of Santa Clarita
The Community Gardens of Santa Clarita  at Central Park offers 131 garden plots, five universal access garden beds, and three children's raised garden beds to families, special needs organizations, and community outreach. The Community Garden's has a vested interest in creating a community facility where individuals can come together to promote the benefits of locally grown, organic food that is environmentally friendly, sustainable, and cost effective and which delivers economic, health and educational benefits to a wide array of valley residents. They provide low cost adult gardening  workshops and free of cost children's gardening workshops to the Santa Clarita Valley community. In fact, community gardeners are regularly donating fresh fruits and vegetables to the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry and Helping the Children.

Child & Family Center - Building Healthy Minds and Families
Providing quality mental health, behavioral and educational services for children and families in Santa Clarita since 1976. Dedicated to helping children, adults and families reach their full potential for becoming caring, responsible individuals.

Domestic Violence Center
The Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley, promoting and preserving non-violent, non-abusive family systems.

Elevate Church
Elevate Church in Newhall exists to help people connect with God in a real way. We love seeing God's plan unfold for people of all walks of life, and we're a church that is going beyond our four walls to nurture and remind people of God's love for them and encourage them to do the same for others.  Join us this week for any one of our services:  
Sundays @ 8am l 10am l 12pm  
Wednesdays @ 7pm 

Family Promise
Our mission is to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence.

Friends of Mentryville
Working with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the City of Santa Clarita to preserve California's first oil town.

Goodwill SoCal - Car Donations
There’s no faster or easier way to donate your car, boat, truck or motorcycle AND help drive down unemployment in our community. It’s fast, easy and FREE. Just call us with the title in hand, and we’ll come take it away, running or not.

Grace Baptist Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
Grace Baptist Church's MOPS chapter provides a caring atmosphere for mothers of young children to recharge themselves, make new friends and deepen their relationships with Christ. We meet every other Thursday morning during the school year. Our meetings include interesting speakers on topics ranging from marriage and family issues to home decorating and fitness. This program is open to all moms in our community with children ranging in age from infancy through the pre-school years.

Men of Harmony
Think singing is fun? You're invited to harmonize with us as part of the chorus, in a quartet or attend one of our performances.

Holistic Moms Network
The Holistic Moms Network is a non-profit support and discussion network for moms with an interest in natural/holistic and alternative health and parenting. Our goal is to develop a thriving local community of holistic parents with a wide range of interests. The Santa Clarita Valley Chapter will offer monthly meetings every first Tuesday of the month on a variety of natural health and parenting topics as well as activities such as playgroups for new moms (and other events for not so new moms). For more information please contact Sarah Outlaw at sjoutlaw@ca.rr.com .

La Leche League of Santa Clarita
La Leche League International (LLLI) is a nonprofit organization that gives support and information to women on breastfeeding their babies. Mothers who are motivated to participate or are interested in breastfeeding their babies are encouraged to attend one or more of the monthly meetings in Valencia. Breastfeeding is a simple and natural process, but you may need support and information on the correct positioning of the baby at the breast, working and breastfeeding, avoiding problems, and overcoming any difficulties that may occur. More information can be found at the link above.

LETMESAIL
The mission of LETMESAIL, Inc. (Lifestyle Enrichment Through Meaningful Exercise, Social Activity and Independent Living) is to provide therapeutic, social, recreational, and educational opportunities for differently-abled individuals with disabilities (and their family members) enabling them to maximize their potential to lead a more independent, healthy, and enriched quality of life through a wide variety of activities held on-site at its Lifestyle Enrichment Center as well as a myriad of community based activities.

Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Childrens Cancer
A community-based volunteer organization providing support services to local children diagnosed with cancer and their families.

Million Little
Million Little is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering and transforming the lives of vulnerable and at-risk children, their families and communities. We use creativity and mindfulness to restore resiliency and empowerment in children and youth in Los Angeles ages 4-24 and adults who have experienced trauma, violence and adversity.

Million Little creates safe environments where participants can feel, understand and express their emotions regardless of their abilities, backgrounds and beliefs; making our programs inclusive and accessible to larger groups of people.

Since 2010, Million Little has been implementing Creative/Therapeutic Programs, Workshops and on-going Research Projects at schools and community organizations in Los Angeles, California to transform the lives of at risk children and families through the power of creativity.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School
Our primary mission at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School is to instill a firm foundation in our Catholic faith built upon the four pillars of a Catholic education: faith, academics, discipline, and leadership. Providing a traditional Catholic education for grades K-8 with a maximum enrollment of 350 students, the school is administered by the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. With a caring faculty of religious and lay teachers, along with strong parental involvement, OLPH School is committed to the total development of the child in all phases of life - intellectual, spiritual, moral, social, and physical. OLPH School facilitates a wide range of curriculums.

Paint-It-Forward
We ask our local community to nominate a nonprofit or family in need of a fresh coat of paint that can't afford it. Once we've made our selection, we donate our time and painting services to help beautify and restore a building or home.  Nominate someone online.

Placerita Canyon Nature Center
Acres of pristine land and miles of beautiful forest trails, a seasonal stream all close to everyone in Santa Clarita. A wide range of nature programs for all ages and plenty of parking and all for free. Lots of opportunities for volunteers. If you love nature you need to be here! Contact us at our web site or email placeritainfo@earthlink.net.

Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers, Inc.
At Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers, Inc., patient care is our vision. The staff at our centers are dedicated to making quality health care services available to everyone in the Santa Clarita Valley who is under- and uninsured. We provide convenient, affordable health care to residents of the Santa Clarita Valley through the operation of three health centers (Canyon Country, Newhall and Val Verde) and two outreach locations (California Institute of the Arts and College of the Canyons) designed to meet the health care needs of the community.

Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club
This club has been hamming it up for 39 years.

Santa Clarita Artists' Association Web Page
The Santa Clarita Artists' Association is a non-profit organization located in the Santa Clarita Valley that promotes visual arts and administers a scholarship program for seniors in the Wm. S. Hart High School District.

Santa Clarita Community Development Corporation
Dedicated to providing a safety net for the less fortunate citizens among us.

Santa Clarita Master Chorale
The chorale gives local performances and performs repertoire ranging from Bach to Broadway.

Santa Clarita Philharmonic
The Santa Clarita Philharmonic is a community-based, volunteer symphony orchestra comprised of professional, semi-professional, avocational, and student musicians from throughout the Santa Clarita Valley and surrounding areas. The SCP is dedicated to providing quality musical opportunities and performances for the residents of the Santa Clarita Valley. The orchestra is a non-profit organization supported by donations from individuals and companies that recognize the importance of continuing the great tradition of music in the community for both players and audiences. The SCP is classified as a 501(c)(3) exempt organizations and all donations are tax deductible.

Santa Clarita Runners
An active club that supports running and running-related events in the Santa Clarita Valley

Santa Clarita Special Olympics
The mission of the Santa Clarita Special Olympics, an area program of Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC), is to provide sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for special children and adults in our community.

Santa Clarita Speed Skating Club
We are an active short track ice speed skating club that offers an exciting training and competition program for all children and adults in our community. Ice skaters of all skill levels are welcome.

Santa Clarita Church of Christ
We are a Church family with a passion for moving people toward Christ. Our dream is to be used by God to change thousands of lives for eternity!  We meet every Sunday am at Rancho Pico Jr. High at 10am

Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry
The Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry is a nonprofit, Nonsectarian community-based (Volunteer) Organization Dedicated to the distribution of food to people in need who qualify on a short-term supplemental basis

Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society
Our local historical organization. Involved in several renovations of historic structures.

Santa Clarita Valley Koi and Water Garden Club
Our purpose is to provide educational programs regarding pond keeping, to promote water gardening as a leisure activity, and to promote appreciation of Nishikigoi and goldfish in outdoor pond settings.
Our goal as a club is to provide opportunities for members to learn and appreciate "the science of Koi keeping".
We are open to all who would like to participate.

Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society
A nonprofit educational organization serving the needs of rose gardeners. We are a friendly group of people from all walks of life, a wide range of age groups, both male and female, whose common interest is the "love of roses."

Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center
The SCV Senior Center is a multipurpose center dedicated to independence, dignity, and quality of life for our senior citizens and the community at large. The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center enhances independence, dignity and quality of life through community resource management and coordination, advocacy, and a full spectrum of direct quality services.

Santa Clarita Youth Guide and Resource Center
Santa Clarita Valley's only bimonthly magazine dedicated to youth and youth activities. Youths can utilize a Resource Center that offers information on various activities going on in the Valley.

SCV Pregnancy Center
We are a leading health care team dedicated to providing relevant medical services in a caring and professional atmosphere to those facing unplanned pregnancy and sexual health decisions. Each of us is committed to service, education, and quality care, while serving the needs of the community.

SCV Youth Project
We offer youth confidential, nonjudgmental and non-threatening access to the services they need with absolutely no strings attached.

Sierra Pelona Rock Club
Santa Clarita's Club for Rockhounds.

Single Mothers Outreach
Single Mothers Outreach was founded in 1995 as a support and resource for single mothers struggling through the effects of divorce or the death of a spouse. Single Mothers Outreach became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in May 1998. Since then, over 1700 families have been served.

SRD - Straightening Reins
(661) 803-1641
SRD ~ Straightening Reins, is a public nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation, as of 12/15/11, specializing in equine-assisted learning and interactive therapies, focused on at-risk youth and their families in Los Angeles, Kern, and Ventura counties. We support positive choices and infinite possibilities. 

Temple Beth Ami
Santa Clarita's oldest Jewish Synagogue

Toastmasters International
For more than 86 years, Toastmasters International has been recognized as the leading organization dedicated to communication and leadership skill development. Toastmasters is the worlds largest 501(c)3 educational association. There are 4 Community clubs (Daybreak Santa Clarita Club 9641, Valencia Toastmasters Club 1670, Canyon Country Toastmasters Club 8796 and Advanced Speakers Club 9066) and various Corporate Clubs.  For membership information, contact Kathleen Lubin at 661-284-5970.

Triumph Foundation
Triumph Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help individuals with Spinal Cord Injury triumph over their disability and to inspire them to keep moving forward with their lives by pushing themselves to get better every day. Triumph Foundation works to minimize the obstacles that one faces after suffering Spinal Cord Injury.  We specialize in galvanizing and restoring lives after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) through our Newly Injured Support Programs; Grants & Equipment; and Adaptive Sports & Recreation. Triumph Foundation is proud to be a California chapter of the United Spinal Association, a national network of non-profits serving people with SCI/D  and is proud to be a recognized Paralympic Sport Club with the United States Olympic Committee

Unitarian Universalists of Santa Clarita Valley
Unitarian Universalism is a religious community made up of people with diverse belief structures yet with a solid set of common values and principles for ethical living. We are more interested in learning about the truths that come from living an ethical and spiritual life than on inflicting a prefabricated set of beliefs on others.

Yes I Can Unity through Music and Education
Seeking to pair students identified on the Autism Spectrum Disorder with peer mentors for the purpose of teaching social inclusion and tolerance. Through the planning of the annual Summer Meltdown, the students have the opportunity to give back to their community while gaining lifelong social and transitional skills as they work side by side with top industry professionals.  Contact Bret Liebeman, Yes I Can President / Special Education Teacher at 
blieberman@hartdistrict.org or (661) 252-6110 ext 479.

Young Life
A Christian outreach ministry for adolescents from junior high to college. We also have a specific ministry for students and young adults with special needs that we call "Fun Life".. (661) 257-6723

Service Clubs

Santa Clarita Elks Lodge 2379
To inculcate the principles of Charity, Justice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity; to recognize a belief in god; to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its Members; to quicken the spirit of American patriotism; to cultivate good fellowship, to perpetuate itself as a fraternal organization, and to provide for its government, the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks of the United States of American, ordains this Constitution. Meetings are held at 17766 Sierra Hwy, Canyon Country on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. For more information call 251-1500.

Kiwanis Club of Santa Clarita
The Kiwanis Club of Santa Clarita meets at 6:00pm on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Coco's Restaurant, 24930 Pico Canyon Rd, Stevenson Ranch, CA

S.C.V.-Newhall Optimist Club
A service organization known as the " Friend of Youth " devoted to " Bringing out the best in Kids, Right Here and Right Now. We are a hands on organization and are involved with many different projects such as: essay contest, oratorical contest, communication contest for the deaf and hard of hearing, Optimist Braille Olympics, are involved with the Optimist Youth and Family home services, safety on wheels, " Santa's Magic" (program designed to collect food and toys for the needy and to bring Santa to the children of inmates at Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic) Jr. Optimist Clubs in schools, youth appreciation, respect for law, and all kinds of other projects that fit the needs of the community. Contact : Dee Gadbury 252-7313, email: deegov@socal.rr.com

Ring 280 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians
I.B.M. Ring 280 provides an opportunity for magicians of all skill levels to learn the rich history of the magical art, improve their skills as performers, and share their talents through community service.

Santa Clarita Optimist Foundation
Our mission is to “to help bring out the best in Santa Clarita’s kids today and tomorrow, by providing support for youth in need.”

SCV Jaycees
The Santa Clarita Valley Jaycees (Junior Chamber) is a group of young professionals between the ages of 21 and 39 dedicated to learning leadership skills through community service. Visit the Jaycees website and learn how you can change your world as a member of this dynamic group.

SCV Soroptimist International
Soroptimist International is the world's largest classified service organization for executive and professional women. Soroptimists are women of all ages, cultures and ethnic groups. Members represent a wide array of professions, including doctors, attorneys, teachers, chief executive officers of companies, business owners and government officials. For more information call 254-6739

Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley
Soroptimist International is a women's service organization established over 75 years ago. Soroptimists throughout the world have supported efforts to improve the lives of women and girls. On a local level, the Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley, chartered in April 2008, focuses on its membership's core mission: Women in Crisis, Women's Health Issues and Celebrating Women.  For more information, call (661) 254-6380 or visit www.sigscv.org


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