PROGRAMS: Children and Young Adults

La Familia’s programs and services are open to children and youth, ages 0 to 21, and eligibility varies by program. Please see the information below for more information, including program descriptions and eligibility.

Children and Young Adults

La Familia’s programs and services are open to children and youth, ages 0 to 21, and eligibility varies by program. Please see the information below for more information, including program descriptions and eligibility.

Maple Neighborhood Center

3301 37 th Ave, Sacramento, CA 985824
P: 916-210-8773
F: 916-395-5904 (Mental Health Confidential)
Emergency After Hours Number: 916-227-2600

Project Reach

Eligibility

Youth Ages 10-21 years old who live in Sacramento County.

Description

Project Reach- Is a program for Youth in Sacramento County ages 10-21 who are at risk of dropping out of school, or are pre-gang and/or gang affiliated. Project Reach provides positive alternatives, internships, counseling and support services. Please contact for requirements.

Children’s Mental Health Services

Eligibility

Children and youth, ages 0-21, residing in Sacramento County. Medi-Cal insurance only.

Description

La Familia provides Mental Health counseling services for children and youth ages 0 to 21 and their families. Family-driven mental health services are provided through home visitation, at school sites, at La Familia’s Maple Neighborhood Center, or at other locations as requested by families.

Project REAL

Eligibility

Youth Ages 10-21 years old who live in the City of Sacramento.

Description

Project REAL – Is a program for Youth in the City of Sacramento ages 10-21 who are at risk of dropping out of school, or are pre-gang and/or gang affiliated. Project REAL provides positive alternatives, internships, counseling and support services. Please contact for requirements.

Youth Voice

Eligibility

Youth Ages 14-21 years old

Description

Youth Voice Is a program for youth ages 14-21 years old. Youth Voice provides youth leadership training, community workshops on civic engagement, violence prevention, tobacco prevention and education on other health related issues.

Youth Pop Ups

Eligibility

Youth Ages 12-21 years old

Description

FREE Pop-up events provide safe, fun, and enriching activities to engage youth ages 12-21 years old.

Community Collaborative Charter School (CCCS)

Eligibility

High school students.

Description

The Community Collaborative Charter School offers an Independent Study Program for high school students on site at La Familia. Students receive a High School Diploma after completion of courses. CCCS’s independent studies school program fits in with the mission of this vital community resource. Students work to complete their high school graduation requirements while building healthy and meaningful relationships and participating in many of the activities that La Familia offers. CCCS at La Familia gives students a sense of community and connectedness while providing them with a high quality and individualized high school education.

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