Press Release

Fresno, Ca. November 23, 2019—FRESNO COUNTY Nov. 25, 2019 PRESS RELEASE:


Contact: Pao Yang, CEO—The Fresno Center

Phone: (559) 255-8395

Email: Pao.yang@fresnocenter.org

Fresno, Ca. November 23, 2019—FRESNO COUNTY

Nov. 25, 2019 PRESS RELEASE

The Fresno Center extends hours to assist the victims' families and those in Southeast Fresno affected by mass shooting Community Crisis Response- When a community crisis occurs, The Fresno Center’s expertly trained team is on stand – by and ready. The Fresno Center is providing immediate on-site response for victims & those affected by the recent mass shooting. The Fresno Center provides a Trauma Informed Approach towards the impacts of trauma and the multifaceted and individual paths to healing as well as case management and social services support. The Fresno Center provides immediate access to their staff of experienced and trained professionals.

Our Services:

24 Hour Hotline for the Victims' families

Mental health services/counseling 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Extended

Case management referral 8.m. – 7 p.m. Extended 

Victim Services support and referral

- Assistance with completing victim services application 

Assistance with “gofundme” completion https://www.gofundme.com/f/unitedfresno-mass-shooting-victims-fund 

Community Crisis Response Team/AmeriCorps Site 


Wellness classes, meditation, yoga, healing garden 

Education classes/groups

Neighborhood Resource Center 

The Fresno Center Facts:

The Fresno Center is a one stop shop, allowing clients to get the best combination of services to meet their needs regardless of age, race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical disability or socioeconomic status.

All Media is welcome to visit The Fresno Center and attend our events and learn more about us! We are available to discuss current issues affecting the community: For more information, please email cheri.cruz@fresnocenter.org 

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