Resident Services

Self-Help Enterprises partners with local agencies and nonprofits to provide programming and services to our residents at our multi-use community centers located within the rental communities. The quality resident service programs are offered to enhance the everyday lives and futures of the residents. These include:

Adult Education Classes: We collaborate with organizations that provide General Education Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to better enhance the skill set of our residents.

Afterschool Program: High caliber K-12 after school program covering topics from math and science to arts and crafts and homework assistance. This program helps students learn the tools to be successful in school and beyond.

Bailoterapia: Self-Help Enterprises works together with partners including Network Leaders on the Move (NLOM), a collaborative community group in Dinuba, Family HealthCare Network, and the Goshen Women’s Association to provide bailoterapia (Zumba-style) exercise classes for residents.

Computer Lab and Free Internet: In an effort to bridge the digital divide, computer literacy classes and free internet is offered at most of the rental communities. Community members learn how to use the Internet and Microsoft programs like Word.

Citizenship Classes: Citizenship preparation classes are a great tool for individuals who are planning to apply for U.S. Citizenship. Participants learn about the history of the United States, basic English for the interview portion, practice for the written and oral exam, and review the I-400 application.

Financial Education: Learning how to budget and save key skills taught in financial education class. Local bank professionals share useful budgeting tools, money-saving tips, how to read a credit report and ways to protect your identity.

Health and Resource Fairs: Self-Help Enterprises partners with local clinics and organizations in the communities we serve to offer free health and resource fairs. The health and resource fairs include preventative health assessments and screenings such as blood pressure and glucose testing, job seeking resources, education resources, and much more. These fairs help residents and the community lead a healthier, more productive life.

Nutrition Programs: Working with several food bank and healthcare organizations throughout the San Joaquin Valley, Self-Help Enterprises provides children with healthy summer lunch programs and families with nutrition classes to promote healthy living.


Major Resident Services Partnerships

Family HealthCare Network
Kaweah Delta Healthcare District
College of the Sequoias
Mercy Dignity Hospital
FoodLink of Tulare County
CSET – Community Services & Employment Training
Cutler/Orosi Joint Unified School District
Mexican Consulate
Tulare County Sherriff’s Department
Fresno County Sherriff’s Department
Vision y Compromiso
Tulare County Office of Education
Girl Scouts
Great Valley Center
Health Net
United Health Centers
Clinica Sierra Vista
Madera Star 399
Career Services Center
Cesar Chavez Foundation
Camarena Health
Livingston Community Health
University of California