Tri Valley Youth Court (TVYC)

Court Information

Contact

Tonya Clenney

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 1135

Livermore CA 94551

(925) 337-7175

Fax (925) 262-4680

tonyaclenney@communityyouthcourts.com


Location

Pleasanton Civic Center

200 Old Bernal Rd.

Pleasanton

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Upcoming Court Nights

The Second Monday of the Month

Court Starts at 5 PM


July 10th

August 14th

September 11th

October 9th

November 13th

December 11th

Office Location for intakes:

291 McLeod Street

Livermore CA 94551


Map

Standard Jail Tour (Saturday Tour) (2015 SRJYEP Flyer.pdf)

Next scheduled jail tour: Every 3rd Saturday of the month (Unless otherwise noted)

Please fax forms to Program Director/Case Manager by 8 days before the tour

(Adults fill out Site Clearance Form and Photo Release Form;

Youth fill out Site Clearance Form, Photo Release Form and Youth Packets)

2015 SRJ Site Clearance.pdf

2015 Photo and Video Release Form.docx

2015 SRJYEP Youth Packets.doc

Class List Information about Life Choices, Theft and Anger Management Classes

Volunteer Opportunities

General

Alameda County Fairgrounds -- Volunteer at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.  There are many positions for many events held at the fairgrounds throughout the year.  Fill out a volunteer form. Under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Alameda County Fair -- Volunteer at the Alameda County Fair.

American Red Cross (Blood Services) -- The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers in their Blood Services Dept. Volunteers can act as:
Ambassador/Greeter: Welcome each donor, have them sign in, and keep track of appointments and "walk-ins." Commitment: Two 3-hour shifts per month. Days and Times: Mondays through Saturdays, varied hours. Training required.
Ambassador/Canteen: After donating, donors are required to rest for fifteen minutes in a refreshment area referred to as the "Canteen." You will welcome and thank donors, provide beverages/snacks, and monitor them for signs of physical reaction to the donation so you can alert staff if needed. Commitment: To 3-hour shifts per month. Days & Times: Mondays through Saturdays, varied hours. Training required.
Contact Anne Blackstone, Volunteer Coordinator, for more information @ (925) 594-5165 or email blackstonea@usa.redcross.org.

East Bay Regional Park District -- Without the help of dedicated volunteers and docents, the East Bay Regional Park District could not offer the public the variety of services and programs that it does. There are many year-round volunteer and docent opportunities for you, your family, or your school or civic group in the Regional Parks. For information, email us at kfusek@ebparks.org, call our volunteer coordinator at (510) 544-2515, or visit EBparks Online for upcoming volunteer opportunities.

East Bay Trail Dogs -- The East Bay Trail Dogs are dedicated and trained volunteers who will assist public agencies within Alameda and Contra Costa counties in the design, construction, and maintenance of multi-use trails. We are actively seeking new members to our group. We usually work from 9 a.m. until 2 or 3 p.m., on two Saturdays and one weekday a month. Some volunteers come to every event, and some come every once in a while when they can make it. Any time you would like to join us on a project, you will be welcomed. Contact Harry Silcocks @ (925) 240-1641 or email info@eastbaytraildogs.org.

Open Heart Kitchen (OHK) -- All volunteers must first register and be approved through OHK’s on-line process before they can volunteer.  You will NOT be able to access the volunteer sign up page until your registration has been approved by the Volunteer Coordinator which can take up to 2 business days.  You will receive an email indicating whether your registration has been approved.  Once approved, you will receive instructions to create a log in and can then start scheduling volunteer shifts at the various Open Heart Kitchen locations.  The process is all on-line and there’s no need to call to schedule a shift unless you wish to schedule a group volunteer activity or there’s a need to cancel a shift within 12 hours of the scheduled activity.

Once your volunteer application is approved and you’ve created a log in, you can go to “Manage My Account” (under Volunteer) to sign up for volunteer shifts at our various locations.

Tri-Valley Animal Rescue -- Volunteer opportunity for teens (aged 13-17) and Juniors (aged 10-12 w/parent or guardian).  Volunteers walk, groom and socialize dogs in an outdoor get-acquainted area and walk dogs on leash in the designated area behind the shelter, weather permitting.  Volunteers socialize cats in their cages.  There is a mandatory orientation.

VolunteerMatch.org -- VolunteerMatch.org connects people who want to change the world together.

Volunteer Center of the East Bay -- The Volunteer Center is the place where volunteers and nonprofit organizations connect in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.  It’s fun.  It’s free. And a small contribution of your time can make a big difference.

ValleyCare Health Systems -- High school students have been a part of the ValleyCare Auxiliary for many years. Students who may be considering a career in medicine often find being a Junior Volunteer a good start. Volunteers serve our community in variety of areas including:  Admitting; In-service for flower delivery, patient transport and hospital staff assistance; Information and Reception desk; Gift shop; Lab; Outpatient Surgery Center, Emergency Room and Urgent Care Center (assist staff members); Thrift shop; ValleyCare Health Library.  Students are scheduled for the evening shifts Monday - Friday and Saturday and Sunday mornings and afternoons. To participate, you must be 14, have completed your Freshman year of high school and maintain a 3.0 GPA. For more information please visit their website.

Volunteers for Outdoor California -- Volunteers for Outdoor California (V-O-Cal) engages the community through large scale environmental stewardship projects on public lands. V-O-Cal partners with public agencies and other non-profit organizations throughout northern California. Please visit their website to find more information about upcoming projects and how to volunteer.

Danville Volunteer Opportunities                                            Dublin Volunteer Opportunities  


Livermore Volunteer Opportunities                                        Pleasanton Volunteer Opportunities   


San Leandro Volunteer Opportunities                                    San Ramon Volunteer Opportunities

Forms (for your information)


Jury Guidelines (JuryGuidelines0313.pdf)

Community Service (TVYCComSvc210.pdf)


The Tri Valley Youth Court would like to thank the Office Depot Foundation for their support.http://www.statefarm.com/
The Tri Valley Youth Court would like to thank Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for their support.https://www.llnl.gov/