From the beginning, the Tim Griffith Foundation has sought out strategic partners to increase our impact in the lives of those struggling with addiction, violence and loss.If you are interested in exploring a partnership with the Tim Griffith Foundation, please contact Stacey Redman.
Bridges is an intensive, outpatient day treatment program focused on drug offenders to help them end the cycle of drug abuse and crime. Spearheaded by the Superior Court of San Mateo County, this county-wide collaborative program was created to make a difference in the lives of 60 addicted offenders who had given up hope of change. The Tim Griffith Foundation partners with the Bridges program by providing a sober living environment for Bridges participants through Tim’s House.
Acknowledge Alliance, formerly Cleo Eulau Center, is dedicated to promoting lifelong resilience in youth by strengthening the caring capacity of the adults who influence their lives. The Tim Griffith Foundation has partnered with their Collaborative Counseling Program to create a Transition Program for at-risk youth returning to mainstream high school, providing critical support to keep them in school and on track for graduation. The agencies are exploring the development of a unique program to provide grief support to at-risk youth who struggle with a myriad of difficult issues which often include unresolved grief, substance abuse, gang violence, complicated family dynamics, immigration issues, and poor academic progress.
Kara is a nonprofit offering compassionate peer support and education to individuals, families and organizations coping with death and dying. The Tim Griffith Foundation provides funding to Kara, including the Trevor Perry Sponsorship to support a child attending Camp Erin, a grief camp for bereaved children and teens. The Foundation has also collaborated with Kara for the Meadowlark Retreats, with Kara providing referrals and screening of potential clients and Director of Client Services Shelly Gillan providing co-facilitation at the retreats.
The Rotary Club of Redwood City is a volunteer service organization with members that are business and professional leaders who volunteer in their communities and promote world understanding and peace. The Redwood City club has been a dedicated supporter of the Tim Griffith Foundation for many years and annually selects the Foundation as one of the recipients of their 4th of July Raffle, raising thousands of dollars for community organizations.
Service League of San Mateo County is a nonprofit agency that develops, coordinates, and delivers in-custody programs, services, and other activities within all San Mateo County jails. The agency delivers after-release programs and services at five program sites in the community. The Tim Griffith Foundation partners with the Service League to operate Tim’s House, a sober living environment for young men participating in substance abuse treatment. The Foundation provides the annual operating funds for the Service League to run Tim’s House.