Our Mission: Motivating youth to do their best in life by providing a safe, positive place where members are nurtured academically and socially to become productive, responsible, family members and citizens.


Main Club Address
1 Positive Place, Vallejo, California ​
707-643-1728​
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LOCATIONS

​​Continentals of Omega Boys & Girls Club Main Site
1 Positive Place, Vallejo, California
Club Phone:   707-643-1728
Club Fax:   707-643-2290
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​Boys & Girls Club at Vallejo Charter
Middle School Program

Monday through Friday
​432 Del Sur St, Vallejo, CA 94591
​Phone: 707-556-8850


Harbor Park Apartments Tutoring site
Wednesdays 3:30-6:00 p.m.

​969 Porter St Vallejo, CA 94590
​​​Phone: 855-541-9853


We also staff the After-School program at
Hogan Middle School​, 850 Rosewood Ave., Vallejo 94591


We have amazing Club Kids, and alumni Club Kids who continually support our organization.  Please check out CC Sabathia's PSA regarding HIS Club, OUR Club!   We would like to reach out to all Alumni to come back and visit your former Club, see where it is that made a difference in your life!  We would love to give you a tour!
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Our Vision: Saving lives by improving grade point averages one child at a time. Our mission is that no child be below a 2.0 and insure they are on track to graduate with plans for the future. We are committed to keeping this promise. Great futures start HERE
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Rep. Mike Thompson has introduced legislation that would designate the U.S. postal facility at 100 Admiral Callaghan Lane as the "Philmore Graham Post Office Building," it was announced Tuesday.
Every member of California's congressional delegation has cosponsored Thompson's bill.
Graham, who founded the Continentals of Omega Boys and Girls Club in North Vallejo, died on June 12. He was 75.
"There is no one more deserving of this recognition than Philmore Graham," Thompson, D-St. Helena, said in a statement. "Mr. Graham served our country in the Air Force, founded the Continentals of Omega Boys and Girls and was the only African American to have ever been named supervisor of Mare Island's Department of Nuclear Energy.
"He devoted his life to the idea that all children should have the opportunity to achieve their dreams. It's only fitting that we honor this lifetime of work by forever naming our post office after Philmore Graham."
Graham's son, Montoya Graham, said, "On behalf of the Graham family, we thank Congressman Thompson for honoring a man who dedicated his entire life so that others could succeed."   Tab on link to read more.