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Alameda County Family Justice Center

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123READ

123Read is a program developed by the Alameda County Family Justice Center and based on the concept of the Talk-Read-Sing initiative created by the Hillary Clinton Foundation. Our vision is to impact the lives of children who have experienced interpersonal violence. 123Read heals our children by providing social and academic empowerment. 123Read targets children generally ages 0-5 and their caregivers. 123Read was created to provide a fun, safe, and educational environment for both child and caregiver. The program teaches caregivers the importance and benefits of early childhood education focusing on reducing the word gap.

Homework Help

If your child needs help with their homework then please bring them to Homework Help at the ACFJC Monday through Friday from 3-5pm. We are partnering with two student commissions at U.C. Berkeley to assist students with their homework. For more information and to RSVP please contact Vanessa Campuzano at (510) 267-8885 or email her at Vanessa.Campuzano@acfjc.org.