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Our Vision

An inclusive and equitable world where all children, youth and their families flourish and realize their fullest potential.

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We are honored to impact approximately 30,000 children, youth, and their families annually.

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Our Core Values
We honor each person’s culture, diversity, uniqueness and values.
We support environments that promote positive relationships, wellness, and resilience for staff and those we serve.
We apply strength-based practices to inspire innovative ideas and generate solutions.
We commit to providing excellent services through continuous improvement efforts.
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Klassic Kids
“All the Klassic Kids staff are wonderful; I appreciate the staff for keeping me informed and making it easy for me to go to work without concerns while my child is attending KK.”
FYPP- Family Youth Partner Program
“We are grateful for the services my grandchildren received from the Family Youth Partner Program (FYPP). They gained new coping skills and are better able to manage their behaviors and emotions during the quarantine.”
Juvenile Diversion
“Participating in the Juvenile Diversion Program has taught all of us, especially (my son), to stop and think before we do something. We are closer as a family because of this.”
Resident Leadership Academy
“Participating in the Resident Leadership Academy has opened my eyes to ways that I can make a difference in my community. I am committed to staying active in building networks, connecting with political leaders and advocating for community improvements. I hope my work influences my children to do the same.”
“Joining Harmonium was one of the best opportunities I have ever had for my professional career. As a college student, I did not have much real life experience. The team at Harmonium provided me with all the help and support I needed to start in the Human Resources career that I have always wanted.”
Latest Blog Entries
Harmonium Promoting Wellness in the Community
Harmonium is committed to taking action to prioritize the well-being of children, youth, and their families in the wake of the pandemic.  We recognize that everyone wants to make the best decision for their families and information can be overwhelming. That is why Harmonium Community Health ...
Honoring Nancy Sherman, Former Harmonium CEO
On August 27, 2021 Nancy Sherman (Ajemian) passed away in Oakland, CA surrounded by her loving family. During the 80s and 90s Nancy was the Executive Director of Harmonium, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to advancing the well-being of children, youth and their families. During Nancy’s almost ...
Giving Tuesday: Thank You
On behalf of all of us at Harmonium, we thank you for your donation on Giving Tuesday.  We know you have many choices and we appreciate you choosing Harmonium. Your donation enables us to continue providing quality programs for children, youth, and their families such as before and after schoo ...
Make A Difference: Support Harmonium
On this “Giving Tuesday,” please consider donating to Harmonium.  While these 18 months have been challenging, we have continued to achieve our mission: to provide quality services that advance the well-being of children, youth, and their families through safe, nurturing, and respectful relati ...
Harmonium Gives Thanks To Our Families
At Harmonium, we believe that positive and caring relationships are essential for everyone’s well-being.  That is why for over a decade, our Harmonium PrimeTime team has partnered with Solana Beach Child Development Center (CDC) to distribute turkey meals. Our teams are not only dedicated t ...
A messsage from Rosa Ana Lozada, Harmonium CEO
Dear Community Members, Harmonium is filled with sorrow as we face the reality of long term discrimination and social injustice. The tragic murder of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, who died by the excessive force of a white police officer illustrates one of many negative consequences of ...
Coping with stress During Covid-19
Happy Tuesday! Harmonium reminds us all to Stay Safe, Stay Connected, Stay Well. Check out these quick tips to help yourself or someone you know! Tip 1: Stay active. There are many resources to exercise in your own home. Stay connected with friends and ask to join virtual workout sessions.
National Mental Health Month
Since 1949, America has led the observance of May as Mental Health Month by reaching millions of people through the media, local events and screenings. The theme for National Mental Health Month 2020 is “Tools 2 Thrive”  which offers tools for organizations and individuals to learn h ...
The Value Of Care And Kindness: Remembering Ofelia Orozco Kinney
Sharing care and kindness particularly during this time of COVID-19 is especially important as we look for simple ways to lift the human spirit.  On February 25, 2020, Ofelia Orozco Kinney passed away leaving an impactful legacy; making everyone feel special through care and kindness. ...
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