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1535 E Yosemite Ave.

Suite 103

Madera, CA 93638

(559) 416-7303

First Five Madera 

The First Five Madera project focusses on Indigenous parents/families who have children 0 to 5 years old. CBDIO provides parent sessions to support them in strengthening their parenting skills. In those sessions, CBDIO emphasizes the importance of positive parenting practices and provides a space where families can share their experiences and knowledge. The sessions are hosted in person in Madera County. 

Storm Assistance for Immigrants (SAI)

The Storm Assistance for Immigrants (SAI) program is a one-time state-funded recovery service to provide disaster relief, case management, and direct assistance to eligible individuals who experienced hardship from the storms and cannot access federal assistance due to immigration status. The SAI program is available in California counties where the President issued a Major Disaster Declaration and approved individual assistance in those counties because of the impact of the storms. CBDIO is assisting only Madera County residents. For the SAI program, we provide services in Chatino, Mixteco, Zapoteco, Triqui, Spanish, and English.

Labor Rights

Our Labor Rights Program trains and organizes workers.  Through trainings on labor rights, workers are able to  identify workplace violations and submit complaints to the appropriate agency to improve their working conditions and wages. Through this work, we have established worker committees in Salinas, Fresno, Madera, and Tulare, where workers have monthly meetings. Interpretation in indigenous languages such as Mixteco, Zapoteco, Triqui, Chatino, and Tlapaneco is provided during our monthly meetings. 

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