Find community resources
- Use this database to search for resources in the Sacramento region:
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- AIDS Information, Testing and Services
- Before and After School Programs, Activities and Clubs
- Child Abuse
- Dads and Grandads
- Displaced/Homeless Youth
- Drug and Alcohol Treatment/Detection
- Eating Disorders
- Family Violence Services
- Food, Housing, Clothing
- Gay and Lesbian Teen Resources
- Health Services (Physical)
- Health Services, In-patient Mental Health
- Health Services, In-patient Mental Health, Outpatient Mental Health
- Health Services, Outpatient Mental Health
- Job Assistance
- Legal Services
- Parenting Support Services
- Special needs/disability
- STD/Pregnancy/Family Planning
- Tobacco Cessation
- Tutoring Services
- Violence Prevention/Intervention
- Learn more about how to get involved in girl scouts here.
- Warmline Family Resource Center is a local organization that provides assistance with helping families navigate services and finding resources for students with disabilities.
- MyEARS2Hears is a support group for families with children of special needs that meets locally once a month. For more information click here.
- UC Davis MIND Institute and UCP of Northern California provide different resources and support for student and families.
- Family Voices of California: a statewide parent collaborative center that provides information about making decisions related to the health of a student with special needs.
- The Down Syndrome Information Alliance provides support and resources to empower individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and our community.
- Understood is an online resource that provides tips and tools for being proactively involved in the education of a student with special needs.
The Family and Community Engagement Department offers a wide variety of family education classes, workshops and class series.
- Classes for adults range from ESL classes, high school diploma and GED classes, apprentice programs, certificated career, and community classes. Adult education information and opportunities in San Juan can be found here. San Juan has also partnered with 12 other districts spanning Yolo, Sacramento, and Placer County. Learn more about adult education in the Sacramento area by reviewing the San Juan adult education catalog and visiting here.
eVIBE offers free in home counseling for San Juan families through the Nurturing Parent Program.
- The district's White House Counseling Center offers low-cost counseling to San Juan students and their families.
- Several schools have Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS) programs.
- We offer parenting workshops and classes for families and caregivers.
- Find resources to help improve your child's attendance.
- Visit our Bullying Prevention website for resources.
- Report bullying or safety issues here.
- Find information about our Safe Schools Program.
- Find more safety resources (cyber bullying, gang prevention, emergencies and more)
English Language Learners
- Find information about our English Learner program.
- Request translation services.
- English classes are also available to parents and guardians through our Adult Education program.
- Click here for access to Rosetta Stone Online Interactive Language Learning. Free with Sacramento Public Library card or online Sac Library account.
- Colorin Colorado is a bilingual site for educators and families of English language learners.
Foster youth and families in transition (homeless)
- Visit our Health Services page for information about available resources, including our Home & Hospital Instruction Program for students with temporary disabilities.
- Immunization is available through our low-cost clinic for SJUSD students who do not have health insurance.
- Visit our Nutrition Services page for information about school meals, fitness activities and more.
- Our new Health on Wheels mobile clinic currently serves five schools, with plans for expansion.
- Find information on our tobacco prevention programs.
- Please visit the district's page on frequently asked questions and the district's practices related to student information and immigration enforcement on campuses.
Last Modified on January 3, 2020