MEYO nurtures the interests/passions of our youth with activities, speakers, and field trips; develops life skills with homework assistance, post high school graduation preparation, leadership training, tolerance education, community building activities and youth/family support.
Programs are: Peace Pals (1st-5th grade after school program); House of Teens (6th-12th grade after school program) and the Martinez/Rivera Scholarship Fund.
Time Dollar was officially launched at a community clean up event on July 27, 2002. The inaugural goal was to utilize the time-banking system, which builds community through exchange of time and talents between members. On February 5, 2009, Time Dollar became a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization retroactive to July 14, 2006. As the organization evolved, the Board of Directors adopted their new mission statement: Build Community by Providing for Basic Needs in Ways that can Lead to Life Changing Experiences. Time Dollar continues to use the time-banking values and philosophies as the foundation of their work. Time Dollar is run primarily by volunteers as neighbors help neighbors in their community.
House of Neighborly Service serves children, families and seniors who primarily reside in zip codes 78207, 78228, and 78237. HNS provides an Early Intervention Program (EIP) to help prevent and reduce child abuse and neglect; a Senior Lunch and Outreach Program to enhance the physical and mental health of seniors; a Food Distribution Program to feed the hungry. The EIP has three components: in-home parenting education, KID's Place Child Development/ Treatment Center, and mental health services.