“Families in Motion” (see flyers in English and Spanish)
Families in Motion is a collaborative program designed to help educate teens and their parents on issues confronting teenagers today.
- Five-week virtual program, Tuesday evenings, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
- Parents and students participate virtually via Zoom.
- Topics to be covered include navigating COVID-19 stressors, the dangers of social media and human trafficking, drugs, and gangs.
- Additional community resources are offered to families participating in the program such as food, clothing, housing, and counseling.
- At the conclusion of the program, both teens and parents receive a certificate of participation, and students may also receive community service credit
“Restoring Youth through Community Connections”
The National Conflict Resolution Center and the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office are working together to divert San Diego County youth ages 12 to 17 from the juvenile justice system to community providers residing in their neighborhoods for therapeutic and rehabilitative services needed to support them in avoiding future harm and contact with the juvenile justice system.
They are seeking Community-Based Organizations, including faith communities, and individuals with skill-sets to provide services such as one on one mentoring, skill building, pro-social activities, life skills and substance abuse treatment where youth live that are ethnic, gender, cultural, linguistic, economic, refugee and immigrant appropriate.
Visit here to apply.