We welcome our new Chief Program Officer, Quinta Davenport . Quinta has a rich history with Saint John’s as a therapist and clinician. Most recently, she served as the clinical supervisor for the Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program (CCTRP)
Saint John’s Childcare staff formed the “Emoji Club” several weeks ago as part of our social-emotional skills program to facilitate open discussions and to encourage our children to talk about their feelings.
My first few weeks as Saint John’s CEO have been nothing short of amazing! I am continually and overwhelmingly impressed with this program and the personalization of the services we deliver to the women and the children we serve.
Summer is Upon Us! Our kids are out of school for the summer, and many are already enjoying YMCA summer camp, swim lessons, basketball and other activities that kids should be doing during the summer months, while their moms continue to work hard on their journeys toward achieving confidence and self-sufficiency. Saint John’s is abuzz with activity, as it always is!
As many of you already know, a few short weeks ago we announced that our long-time CEO, Michele Steeb, is moving to Lucas, Texas this summer with daughter Brooklynne and husband Jim, who has accepted a new job there.
April 2019 NEWSLETTER
Twenty-four graduates of Saint John’s Program for Real Change were celebrated by family, friends, members of the community, Saint John’s supporters and staff as they marked this important milestone toward a new life of confidence and self-sustainability.
MARCH 2019 NEWSLETTER
Happy Spring to One and All! With our first few warm days now under our belts, we are so excited to be entering into the spring season! Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal and new life – all acts of wonder that we are fortunate to experience here at Saint John’s, each and every day.personal stories focused on the Sacramento community.
FEBRUARY 2019 NEWSLETTER
Love is in the air! One of our seven core values at Saint John’s is love. Here at Saint John’s, love represents unconditional acceptance within our community of truth and accountability.
JANUARY 2019 NEWSLETTER
Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed the holidays and your 2019 is off to a great start! Our newsletter this month includes an update on our holiday celebrations, a new program we are piloting and more.
december 2018 NEWSLETTER
A Family’s Gratitude Pauline and three of her six children reflect on what it means to be a Saint John’s Adopt-A-Family beneficiary.
NOVEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER
Halloween is always a special day at Saint John’s! As many of our clients are on a restricted schedule, each Halloween our administrative offices turn very spooky and are chock-a-block full of treats as the Saint John’s children come trick-or-treating door-to-door!
OCTOBER 2018 NEWSLETTER
More than three million children witness domestic violence in their families each year. Three million. Think about that for just a moment, and your heart hurts.
AUGUST 2018 NEWSLETTER
Graduation Celebration at September’s Guest Chef Dinner featuring Plates Cafe & Catering
JULY 2018 NEWSLETTER
Thank you to the YMCA of Sacramento for providing our kids with fun-filled summer adventures!
JUNE 2018 NEWSLETTER
On Saturday, June 2nd, Saint John’s Program 2nd Annual Polo for Change Event, presented by Steven and Gayle Campora & Catia Saraiva Munoz & Marcus Munoz, was hosted at Chamberlain Ranch in Wilton
MAY 2018 NEWSLETTER
Local Photographer Brenda Bisharat Named 2018 Mother of the Year By Saint John’s Program for Real Change
April 2018 NEWSLETTER
Thank you to everyone who attended our April Guest Chef Dinner and Graduation ceremony with The Sutter Club!
march 2018 NEWSLETTER
Olympian Ruthie Bolton, our keynote speaker for the evening, will share inspiring words for the graduates and program participants