FAS Services - Financial, Analytic and Strategic Services           Oakland, CA
FAS Services specializes in working with nonprofit and government agencies to increase their capacity to provide mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, re-entry support, workforce development education, and social services. 

Services offered include: fund development planning, proposal writing, program evaluation, data collection and analysis, budget preparation, program design, strategic planning, and capacity building. We have a wide range of resources to assist you in strengthening your agency's programs.

FAS Services has served a long list of clients, including the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda's Office of Collaborative Court Services, Solano County, and San Francisco County, Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services (BHCS), Marin County Department of Health, Options Recovery Services, Magnolia Women's Recovery Programs, C.U.R.A. (Carnales Unidos Reformando Adictos) substance abuse treatment recovery centers in Fremont and Oakland, CA, Youth Spirit Artworks in Berkeley, CA, Our Road Prison Project, Choices for Freedom, the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives, and other organizations. 

FAS Services was successful in securing federal funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for Promoting Access to Health, Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI), a project of BHCS; from the Bureau of Justice Assistance for the Alameda County Parolee Reentry Court and Adult Drug Court; SAMHSA Adult Drug Court grants for Marin County, and Family and Adult Drug Court grants. 

Prior to founding FAS Services, Ms. Fuller's consulting clients included The California Preservation Foundation and the Buddhist Peace Fellowship, and on the East Coast, the Chorus of Westerly Rhode Island, the Stonington Connecticut Free Library, and the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra. She currently serves on the board of the Scout Fuller Fund for Social Justice and on the audit committee of Hesperian Health Guides in Berkeley. She serves on the board of Choices for Freedom, a nonprofit with a mission to improve the criminal justice system. In 2014, she joined the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives as part of the Executive Board, to advocate for federal strategies to improve the health of communities.

Please contact us for a price quote and no cost consultation.

 
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