Youth Services Division
Services and Initiatives
The City of San Pablo Youth Services will be hosting its 7th Youth Summit on October 18th, 2017 at the Helms Middle School (2500 Rd 20, San Pablo). The Youth Summit is an opportunity for youth to bring positive change for their generation and the next. During the summit, students will have a chance to be involved in fun workshops, which focus on nutrition and physical activities. This is an invite only event. Please check with your Community School Coordinator for more details. #HealthySanPablo #SayNoMoreDoMore
Back to School Closet Event
The San Pablo Youth Commission will be hosting their 7th annual Back to School Closet event this year. It will be taking place at San Pablo’s, Davis Park (1661 Folsom Ave., San Pablo) on September 9th from 10am-1pm. The Back to School Closet is an event where families and children of all ages are welcomed to pick out free items. The items offered are, clothing (baby to adult), shoes, sports equipment, school supplies, toys and much more! No identification or information is needed to receive the free items. Also, join us for our exciting Jump Rope Contest and multiple raffles where children have a chance to win a prizes!
Community Schools Collaborative
The Community Schools Collaborative brings various agencies and systems together to address the whole child through comprehensive school-based services. Team members meet monthly for professional development and as a learning community to share resources and best practices for working with children, youth, and families in San Pablo.
Community Grant Program
San Pablo Team for Youth (SPTFY) is the funding arm of the Community Schools Initiative. SPTFY provides funds to public and non-profit agencies to expand and/or enhance school-based programs/services for children, youth, and families.
Work Experience/Academic Support
Through a partnership with the Contra Costa County Office of Education's Youth Development Services, in-school youth, 16-21, receive academic support, financial aid guidance, and prepare for careers and/or post-secondary school through conventional training opportunities.
As part of a collaborative team, Youth Services supports strategic efforts to transform all schools in San Pablo into
Childhood Obesity Prevention Task Force
The Childhood Obesity Prevention Task Force is comprised of key stakeholders and residents committed to collectively
Using the Girls Circle Model, school-based, gender specific groups for girls, ages 9-18 are provided weekly for 8 – 12 weeks, integrating self-expression activities as strategies to encourage discussion around culturally relevant themes related to the girls’ lives -- being a girl, trusting ourselves, friendships, body image, goals, competition, negative influences, and decision-making. To search upcoming
The Removing Barriers program is a partnership between the City of San Pablo, The San Pablo Economic Development Corporation and New Skin Adult Tattoo Removal focused on assisting individuals ages 16 and older remove barriers to safety, employability, community
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