Programs for Adults and Family
Supplemental Food Program (SFP)
Local individuals and families receive a bag of groceries including fresh fruits and vegetables each month to supplement their existing food supply. Participants in the program also receive information about other community resources for feeding their families and assistance with accessing those resources.
Community Building & Educational Events
All Peoples hosts various free events and activities throughout the year to help build community such as family night dinner and a movie, health education workshops include Aids and STD-HIV prevention curriculum. Our major event is the Annual Health Resource & Book Fair.
Adults improve their parenting skills through classes and cooperative group activities. Topics discussed include nutrition, nurturing, developmental stages of children, family planning, child abuse prevention, acceptable forms of discipline, and community resources.
Women Support Groups
The Domestic Violence Support Group is designed to increase understanding of the cycle of violence and its impact on the family. Victims of domestic violence can receive legal assistance, emergency assistance, clothing, housing, and resources to provide them with education and economic independence. A separate support group “MEJOR” (Mujeres En Justa Organizacion Reciproca) is also offered to women in the community.
All Peoples provides individuals referred by schools or the courts the opportunity to complete their community service hours at the Center.
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program – RSVP
RSVP is a national program that allows individuals 55 and older to share their work and life experiences in both public and nonprofit settings. RSVP service providers often lend their experience and wisdom to help improve and assist with All Peoples’ programs. RSVP is partially funded by the federal government with matching funds provided by All Peoples.