Street Soccer USA | Sacramento
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Sacramento

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City

Sacramento

 

Organization

Street Soccer USA Sacramento

 

Program & Population Served

 

Sacramento Lady Salamander Program is for women experiencing homelessness and/or transitioning out of homelessness.  Most of the women we work with are working to overcome addiction, abuse, mental illness and/or chronic homelessness and working toward to healthy and stable future.  (16-65 years old)

Sacramento Mohawks Men’s Program is for men experiencing homelessness and/or transitioning out of homelessness.  Most of the men we work with are working to overcome addiction, abuse, mental illness and/or chronic homelessness and working toward to healthy and stable future.  (16-65 years old)

Street Soccer USA Sacramento Youth Program reaches those who are in underserved neighborhoods and may not have access to soccer teams or soccer clubs.  Our youth soccer programs are free to youth.  We are currently offering after- school soccer programs and community clubs. (5-16 years old)

 

Locations

Oak Park Community Center

Mather Sports Complex

 

Staff

Lisa Wrightsman, Program Manager (Lisa@streetsoccerusa.org)

Tiffany Fraser, Program Development & Coach (Tiffany@streetsoccerusa.org)

Chris Rich, Men’s Program Coach (SacramentoM@streetsoccerusa.org)

Robert Stanley, Men’s Program Coach (SacramentoM@streetsoccerusa.org)

 

Meet Our Sacramento Board

 

What do you play for?

Confidence

 

Why do you play for it?

A lot of confidence is lost when you feel you have been defeated by life and life’s circumstances, but in order to find success, we must have confidence in ourselves and our ability to achieve. Through Street Soccer USA many of us have been able to regain our confidence by learning to play soccer, work together as a team, show up for each other, play hard and score goals. That confidence we gain on the field stays with us in every aspect of our life, so we can confidently approach education, a new job, new relationships or a new life to create our success.

 

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