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Alameda County Family Justice Center

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Pathways is our continued work with our Camp HOPE'rs to mitigate the impacts of trauma in our campers through holistic year-round programming and mentorship. After each child’s week at camp in the summer, they have the opportunity to participate in monthly activities throughout the year, alongside counselors and Adult Staff mentors. The goal of these activities is to help them focus on achieving goals for their lives while exposing them to knowledge and experiences associated with nature, college prep, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Our central goal is that through Pathways, we can change the future of children that would otherwise very likely be subjected to lives of perpetuated violence, incarceration, substance abuse, and other dysfunctions. For more information please contact our front desk at (510) 267-8800.