Adopt A Family of Marin 1930 4th St, San Rafael, CA94901 Adopt A Family of Marin helps low-income families who are faced with homelessness. It provides financial and emotional…More support to help families achieve stability at times of need. The organization helps families set goals and gives them the support they need to achieve them. Adopt A Family's overarching goal is to increase its capacity and to work to prevent homelessness nationwide.
Milo Pet Adoption Store 2060 4th St, San Rafael, CA94901 The Milo Pet Adoption Store has dozens of friendly dogs and cats in need of a home. You can visit the store to see the…More rescued animals they have available and even play with them for a while. Their website also maintains photos and descriptions of the rescued dogs and cats at this location, so you can get an idea of what's there before you head down. In addition, they have a foster program where you can take animals who haven't been adopted yet and provide them a temporary home.
Copper's Dream 307 H St, San Rafael, CA94901 Copper's Dream is a pet and animal rescue organization with a chapter based in San Rafael. The nonprofit organization…More provides a wide range of services for animals and works to end the euthanasia of adoptable dogs and cats and find good homes for them. Animals are neutered, spayed and vaccinated before they are adopted. Check the main website for information on upcoming events or volunteer opportunities or for details on donations.
Pet Food Express features a wide variety of foods and treats for your favorite pet. It prides itself on having an…More extensive line of holistic foods. This location also has a pet wash and offers adoption and vaccination clinics on special days.</p>
Barbara Rohan, Attorney At Law 15 Eye St, San Rafael, CA94901 Attorney Barbara Rohan practices from her office in San Rafael and specializes in adoption, divorce, custody and…More support. Visit her website or contact her office to learn more.
Ilene Malt L.C.S.W. 1330 Lincoln Ave, San Rafael, CA94901 Ilene Malt is a licensed clinical social worker that specializes in depression, anxiety and relationship counseling. She…More helps patients who seek guidance on dealing with issues such as adoption, divorce, domestic abuse, infertility, grief and OCD. She provides counseling for both individuals and couples.
Gina Borelli Moore, MFT 1330 Lincoln Ave, San Rafael, CA94901 Gina Borelli Moore is a marriage and family therapist currently practicing in San Rafael. She provides group, individual…More and couples counseling for issues stemming from addiction, adoption, depression, divorce and grief. She also specializes in post-partum adjustment, eating disorders and relationship issues.
Milo Foundation 2060 4th St, San Rafael, CA94901 The Milo Foundation is a nonprofit domestic animal sanctuary that has dozens of dogs and cats who are looking for a…More home. You can visit them to adopt a new pet ($150 for kittens, $350 for puppies) or offer your personal services to foster an animal. The Milo Foundation is also a no-kill shelter, so none of the dogs or cats that are in its care will be put to sleep.
Jewish Family & Children's Services 600 5th Ave, San Rafael, CA94901 Jewish Family & Children's Services was founded in 1850 to support individuals with issues in mental health,…More adoption, parenting. It also provides care end-of-life care and youth services. More than 65,000 individuals are supported annually throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including individuals of all races, religious backgrounds, sexual orientations and ages. The Marin office is located in downtown San Rafael.
The primary mission of the Marin Building and Construction Trades Council of California (SBCTC) is to improve the…More health, jobs safety and economic conditions of the members of its affiliates and of all working men, women and minors in the construction industry by all lawful means.</p>
<p>Through advocacy in both the public and private sectors the SBCTC also seeks adoption of programs and policies that promote the security and welfare of the general public.</p>
The Marin Foster Parent Association (MFPA) was founded to support foster parents and those who adopt foster children.…More This 501(C)3 non-profit organization has annual dues of $35 for individuals and $50 for families. The association holds monthly meetings every second Tuesday of the month, from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. Monthly meetings include a dinner and are held at the Marin Health and Wellness Center, off of the Kerner loop in San Rafael.</p>
<p>The MFPA also offers funding for tutoring programs and coordinates a supply exchange program.</p>
Parents Places is a program of Jewish Family and Children's Services. The Marin location a range of things to benefit…More families. Services include parenting classes, parent coaching, counseling, workshops and youth programs.</p>
<p>Sample class offerings include little chefs, handling anger, positive discipline, parenting more than one, no more diapers and talking to your kids about adoption.</p>
Since 1978, Marshall Arts has been specializing in custom apparel and promotional products, primarily screen printing…More and embroidery on towels, shirts, jackets, baseball caps, aprons, tote bags and more. And if you need a more comprehensive plan, its services include marketing product strategies and business consultation.</p>
<p>Owner and founder Phil Marshall is a graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute. He and his employees have adopted sustainable methods and materials. Their client list is both impressive and extensive.</p>