New Alternatives Cajon Valley School Project provides a day rehabilitation for children in the El Cajon School District.
Marcy School, a day rehabilitation program, is an alternative high school for students whose underlying mental health issues impede their ability to benefit from an education within a comprehensive school setting. The goal of the program is to offer sufficient educational supports to enable the student to return to a more traditional school environment.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego changes lives through quality programs and guidance in a safe, affordable and fun environment. We serve kids ages 5 to 18-years old with academic success, character development, and healthy lifestyle programs at 17 community-based sites countywide.
Phone numbers for each branch can be found here: http://www.sdyouth.org/Locations.aspx
Reality Changers transforms lives, schools, and communities by providing youth from disadvantaged backgrounds with the academic support, financial assistance and leadership training to become first generation college students.
3910 University Ave, Ste 300 San Diego, 92105
120 Stevens Ave, Debin Hall, Solana Beach, 92075
Escondido Education COMPACT is a unique and nontraditional (nonprofit public benefit) organization designed to provide support and services for at-risk youth in North San Diego County. COMPACT has been a youth workforce development specialist for over 25 years, providing youth ages 14-21 with work readiness training and linkages to employment. We work with local businesses and industry to provide enriching educational and career exploration for all students who access our programs.
New Haven offers a day treatment program and a residential treatment program that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week in 12 six-bed residences throughout Vista, Oceanside and San Marcos. Our program works to engage and instruct youth who have been unsuccessful in public school due to behavioral, mental health, substance abuse, learning disabilities and/or truancy problems.
Stein Education Center (SEC) is a California-certified nonpublic school providing special education services to students between the ages of 5–22 with histories of chronic and severe social, emotional, behavioral, and academic challenges.
The Learning Assistance Center Services are designed to address behavioral health issues of children and youth age 3-18. As a school-based provider our staff is located on school district campuses making access to services convenient and efficient.
Escondido: (760) 489-4126
Ramona and surrounding areas: (760)788-9724
The San Diego Center for Children Academy is a nonpublic school – accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) – allowing students a place to flourish in the classroom – and in life. Our academic and behavioral principles are rooted in finding the strengths and passionseach child brings that will allow them to achieve their personal best. Many factors can be at the root of distractive, unproductive or unhealthy behaviors at school. From developmental delays and learning disabilities to emotional and social stressors, how well a child learns and performs at school can be significantly impacted when behavioral health conditions are present. We understand many students just need extra support in their academic and personal growth that is not always available in a traditional classroom. Each teacher at the Academy is credentialed in special education, and our staff-to-student ratio allows for close instruction, direction and assistance.
Located in Carlsbad, North County Academy is a San Diego County Office of Education school that is created through a collaborative partnership between North Coastal Consortium of Special Education and San Diego Center for Children. North County Academy serves 80+ students, grades 5th-12th, who are placed in the program through their Individual Education Plan. The purpose of the collaborative partnership is to offer a school designed to meet the unique academic and therapeutic needs of students with behavioral health challenges that affect their academic success. As the only program in the area equipped to provide this level of academic and therapeutic support, the environment is a unique blend of counseling, skill-building and education. The integrated academic and therapeutic environment is the result of multi-dimensional staffing that, as a team, focus very specifically on improving the student’s academic progress and overall behavioral health.