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Facilities Served

Joy delivered daily.

Our stories will give you an idea of the impact of these live performances on our audiences and the performers themselves; as well as the importance of this vital human service to the diverse  institutions we serve. Nearly every day of the year the curtain rises for children in low income daycare centers, adults in rehab, hospitalized veterans, and seniors in assisted living centers in the San Francisco Bay Area. We go where the need is greatest. 

Gail Muldrow and Reggie Austin at CEI Josie Barrow PACE Center | Photo by Peter Merts

Facilities served include:
  • Assisted Living:  Facilities with multiple levels of care ranging from independent living to assisted living to skilled nursing.

  • Children's Day Care:  Daycare facilities in low-income communities where young children have little or no opportunity to experience culturally diverse, educationally enriching live art.

  • Detention: Teen audiences in juvenile detention facilities and some adult detention centers.

  • Developmentally Disabled:  A variety of settings including residential, recreational and arts-focused day programs.

  • Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation:  Adults and teens in residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation facilities.

  • Homeless:  Including shelters for men and women, teens, families, single parents and their children, and battered women who need safety and support.

  • Hospital:  Includes the pediatrics wards of some major hospitals as well as hospitals that cater exclusively to children. Also adults receiving long-term hospital care.

  • Low-Income Housing:  Individuals in low-income housing communities.

  • Mental Health:  Diverse adult audiences with a variety of mental health needs in short-term residential programs in hospitals and group homes, as well as those in long-term care residential treatment centers.

  • Patient Family Support:  Children undergoing treatment for life-threatening illnesses and their families.

  • Senior Day Program:  Facilities offering day programs to seniors who are isolated due to financial hardship or who would be confined to their homes without the assistance of outside providers offering transportation and supplemental care.

  • Skilled Nursing Care:  Facilities providing higher levels of care, including hospitals, convalescent home and nursing care facilities.

  • Special Needs Schools:  Schools serving children pre-school through high school with special needs, including foster care placement, mental health counseling and educational programs for severe learning disabilities.

  • Visually Impaired:  Centers for blind and visually impaired adults who are gaining and maintaining their independence.

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