Say Thank You
Thank you to our incredible staff on the front line, in our offices, and working remotely for your strength and resilience during the COVID-19 crisis. We see you. We appreciate you. Help us honor our SCO staff by sharing a message of gratitude. You can send us a message with a picture, video, or note on our website here.Submit a Thank You
I absolutely thank you for this amazing opportunity to work with your Phenomenal company 😌
Thank you for all the hard work. Blessings, love and prosperity always.
Thank you all for the hard work put forth during these difficult times. You are appreciated. Blessing all.
GOD BLESS YOU FOR YOUR HELP
Thank you for your services, in particular for the fathers.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to show my professional skills and allowing me to learn more skills.
Thanks a million to all of you out there giving your all to help save lives. Thank you for being on the front line. You are truly the best they come. The real heroes
Thank you to the frontline workers. I really appreciate all of you💙
Thank you to James M. and Nicole W. for all the help through the years when I was with them. I miss them a lot.
I was with SCO for 11 years as a client and they were like family, very helpful to me especially James G. and Krystal P. and Nicole W. I miss them a lot. Be safe and careful out there. Mary-Jo
Thank you for your assistance and dedication.
Thank you for all the effort you put into helping the children and youth and their families thrive through these unprecedented times 🙂
You are appreciated.
Just wanted to thank all those who serve within SCO. Your continued perseverance in these difficult times are vital to the RESILENCY of our City and beyond.
More specifically, we give thanks for the site staff leadership team and residents assigned to the El Camino SCO. We look forward to supporting your public health efforts in this season of recovery.
ADL Crisis Intervention Ministry
children and teens through academic, after-school, summer and work readiness programs
of women in our residential recovery program remained substance free