Foster Youth Services
Foster Youth ServicesThe San Juan Foster Youth Services program is one of the four original "Core District" foster youth programs in California, having been started in 1973. The program provides services to students in foster care, including advocacy, academic counseling, tutoring, educational assessment, mentoring and links to community services. In addition, we provide crisis counseling, vocational training, emancipation services and training for independent living. The goal of Foster Youth Services is to ensure that each foster youth is provided with the skills needed to become an independent, productive member of our community.
4425 Laurelwood Way - Room 3
Sacramento, CA 95864Foster Youth Main Office:Office Support(916) 971-7391Sandra Butorac
Student Support Services(916) 971-7391Foster Youth Staff:
(916) 979-8117Youth Employment Tech - ILP:
Camille Nichols(916) 979-8110
These fact sheets contain information and legal citations to the key provisions of various bills and laws impacting education rights, early care and education, education services for transition aged youth, special education, non-public schools, functional behavioral assessments, behavioral intervention plans, school discipline, and special education discipline. Updated as of February 2015.