Our Work

AAA Scholarship Program

The Amelia Ann Adams scholarship was established in honor of Amelia A. Adams and encourages students and leaders to pursue a career in education, social justice, or social services. Applications and required documents must be received by 11:59pm PST on Friday, April 30, 2021.

Application requirements:

  • Pursuing a career in education, social justice, or social services
  • Complete an application
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Official transcripts

Download a PDF flyer here.


Community Strong

AAAWLC partners with residents and community partners in the Community Strong area (Bancroft, Rion, Salters, Darby Court, and Kelley Drive) to work together to build a strong and thriving community.

  • Connect families to resources
  • Community Meetings & Events
  • Address community concerns

Community Strong is funded by:

COVID-19 Support

If you have been impacted by COVID-19, you may qualify for one or more services:

  • Assistance with food
  • Self-care kits (supplies to help care for yourself)
  • Pandemic Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Supplies

COVID-19 Support is funded through a grant from:

Empowered Women of Excellence

Empowered Women of Excellence (EWOE) is a multi-phase and multi-month transformational program that strengthens a body of women by providing a safe and supported space for healing.

  • Motivational speakers
  • Breakthrough activities
  • Peer to peer support
  • Journaling
  • Visioning
  • Self-reflection

Girls Loving Our Worth

Girls Loving Our Worth (G.L.O.W.) is a program that provides mentoring and supports at-risk girls on their campuses in partnership with the support of campus leadership and stakeholders. Local community and businesswomen in Stockton work together and engage with each young lady to provide a message of empowerment and love that will lead them to work and move toward a brighter future.

The G.L.O.W. Program is currently at Stagg High School and Chavez High School.

PEI SistaCoach Program

AAAWLC is excited to lead the SistaCoach Program through San Joaquin Public Health Services, Perinatal Equity Initiative. Our SistaCoaches will work with pregnant and new African American mothers to ensure they are supported during and after pregnancy. The goal of the Sistacoach program is to empower the lives of African American women by improving maternal and birth outcomes for their families. We will provide education; information, surrounding maternal health and wellness, self esteem, breastfeeding, postpartum, financial literacy and much more. Call today to register!

Together Toward Health

Together Toward Health (TTH) is a statewide initiative to stop the spread of COVID-19 and strengthen health and resilience in California’s most impacted communities. “Guided by equity, Together Toward Health is supporting education, awareness and outreach to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, increase vaccine awareness and uptake, and provide workforce development strategies to strengthen economic resilience.” Learn about available resources here.

Funding is provided by Together Toward Health, a program of the Public Health Institute, through funding from a group of philanthropic organizations.

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