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Our newest office opened in Salinas during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to meet the needs of the growing population Indigenous farmworkers in the Northern part of Monterey County. 


921 B South Main Street

Salinas, CA 93901

Phone: (831) 256-2942


Madera is a small community in the San Joaquin Valley with a large diversity of Indigenous communities. Our members based in Madera speak multiple languages and come from multiple Indigenous cultures.

1535 E Yosemite Ave, Suite 103,

Madera, CA 93638

Phone: (559) 416-7303




Fresno City and the Central Valley are home to the largest community of farmworkers in California. It is where CBDIO first began our work in 1993 and continues to be the central hub of Indigenous organizing and services that CBDIO offers. 


2911 Tulare St,

Fresno, CA 93721

Phone: (559) 499-1178




Greenfield is a small, rural community at the Southern tip of Monterey County. For too long, the needs of the local Triqui farmworker community were ignored in the region. That’s why CBDIO brought our programs to Greenfield in 2008 supporting Trique and other Indigenous families in the area.

140 El Camino Real,
Greenfield, CA 93927
Phone: (831) 856-8004



CBDIO works in California’s two largest agricultural regions: the Central Valley and the Central Coast. The work in each site is shaped by the leadership and needs of the members working there.

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