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    Aegis Institute Inc
  • 501 West Columbus Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Aegis Medical Systems Inc
  • 1018 21st Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • American Health Services at
  • 1010 1/2 South Union Avenue
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93307


  • Chumash Council of Bakersfield
  • 1617 30th Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Community Service Organization (CSO)
  • 816 Baker Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93305


  • Ebony Counseling Center
  • 1301, 1311, and 1317 California Avenue
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93304


  • Good Samaritan Hospital Southwest
  • 5201 White Lane
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93309


  • Jasons Retreat
  • 504 Bernard Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93305


  • Joseph C Jones Jr
  • 1415 18th Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Kern County Hispanic Commission on
  • 2008 D Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Kern County Mental Health
  • 1401 L Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • New Advances for People with
  • 1909 16th Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Salvation Army
  • 200 19th Street
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93301


  • Special Treatment Education and
  • 3533 Mount Vernon Avenue
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93306


  • Special Treatment Education and
  • 10822 Rosedale Highway
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93312


  • Teen Challenge
  • 301 East Roberts Lane
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93308


  • Turning Point of Central CA Inc
  • 1120 Union Avenue
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93307


  • WestCare California Inc
  • 4520 California Avenue
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93309


  • Willows Recovery Center
  • 407 Helen Way
  • Bakersfield,CA, 93307


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