Dreamcatchers Empowerment Network

1125 Missouri Street, Suite 302, Fairfield, CA 94533
707-558-1775
www.dreamcatchersnetwork.org

Description

Dreamcatchers was created to provide vocational training services to people with disabilities who were reintegrating into the community with the personal goal of independence. The focus of our program is to provide services that help clients attain independence through successful employment. We provide assessments, job preparation, job placement and coaching to youth and adults with limitations and physical, mental or learning disabilities and youth transitioning into adulthood.

Mission Statement

Our mission at Dreamcatchers Empowerment Network is to empower and provide hope to youth and adults with limitations and disabilities by providing assessments, job preparation, job placement, and job coaching through informed choice and by collaborating and creating community partnerships with other agencies.

Programs

Dreamcatchers is raising funds to support General Operations.  Although General Operating funds are essential to ensure quality and efficiency in business and program operations, often it is not funded in grant applications.  All monies generated will benefit operations of clients receiving services in Solano County.

Accomplishments

In November of 2019, Dreamcatchers received a Platinum Seal of Transparency through Guidestar. Dreamcatchers is committed to the highest level of transparency and the award showcases the progress and results we’re making toward our mission! 

In 2018, Dreamcatchers received our 6th full three-year accreditation from CARF (Commission on Accredited Rehabilitation Facilities).  This accreditation means that Dreamcatchers passed an in-depth review of its services and meets rigorous CARF guidelines and internationally recognized service standards.  This accreditation allows Dreamcatchers to retain our vendorization with the State of California, Department of Rehabilitation.

Funding Goals

Dreamcatchers fundraising goal for Giving Tuesday is $10,000.

Communities Served

Solano County

Populations Served

Youth & Adolescents
Adults

Organization Information

Category: Workforce Development
IRS Determination Date: Jan 1, 2003
EIN: 71-0877008
Budget: More than $1,000,000
Board Size: 0 to 5 members
Staff Size: 16 or more

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