The Pacifica Youth Service Bureau provides individual, family and group therapy with a focus on youth development. In…More that vein, it offers intervention through peer support groups targeting issues like bullying, violence, anger management, self-harm, school challenges and gangs.
The Youth Service Bureau, part of the YMCA, also has a presence on many school campuses so students need not travel far to seek assistance. The Service Bureau also runs a "Building Futures" program that pairs at-risk youth with adult volunteers for one-year mentorship relationships. Youth in the criminal justice system also meet with Pacifica Youth Service Bureau staff for mental health counseling and intervention programs.
American Legion Post #238 555 Buel Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 The American Legion is a veterans service organization, and this post of the legion supports Pacifica and the…More surrounding communities. In addition to promoting patriotism, the post provides youth programs and support programs to veterans and current service members. To become a member of the post, one must be on active duty or have served honorably during one of the war eras.
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Terra Nova Blvd & Lerida Way, Pacifica, CA94044 The AYSO is a national organization with a volunteer-run league in Pacifica. The organization provides boys and…More girls with the opportunity to learn and play soccer, emphasizing cooperation, teamwork, fundamentals and positive reinforcement. Visit the Pacifica AYSO Web site for volunteer, registration and upcoming event information.
Sea View Baptist Church 1450 Perez Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Sea View Baptist Church is located near scenic San Pedro Valley County Park. Sea View hosts worship and study…More opportunities for congregation members of all ages. These include Sunday school, a youth group, women's Bible study and Sunday services at 10am. Community members are welcome to attend occasional potlucks.
Pacifica's Filipino Seventh-Day Adventist Church is located on busy Hickey Boulevard in northeast Pacifica. Two…More SamTrans routes, the 140 and 16, stop right out front.
Adventists believe in the Holy Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – and that Jesus, the Son, made entrance into heaven possible for humanity by dying on the cross. It is a Bible-based Christian religion.
The church is engaged in community service projects in the area and hosts a youth group program.