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Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP)
SBCS provides a curriculum for youth specific community groups, along with discussions for parents and school staff about the topic of reproductive and sexual health at local schools.
Funded through the Office of Adolescent Health, Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program is a school-based sexual and reproductive health education serving all student grades 8th through to 12th in San Diego.
Suicide Prevention & Intervention
Currently offered in San Diego South County middle and high schools, HERE NOW is a prevention and early intervention program to help youth recognize the warning signs of depression and suicide in themselves or a friend and how to seek help. Youth may receive assessment and linkage to mental health support if a need is identified.
The curriculum focuses on:
HERE Now is a five-year program funded through County of San Diego Behavioral Health.
What does it mean when a child or teen is suicidal?
What are some signs?
Our Safe Place
Our Safe Place is a Drop-In Center for LGBTQ youth up to age 21 located at South Bay Community Services' Trolley Trestle Teen Center. Our Safe Place will provide participant-driven supportive services and on-site clinical services to meet LGBTQ youths' social, emotional, health and behavioral needs with comprehensive and evolving services in a welcoming and inclusive space. Our Safe Place staff will provide guidance and life planning support to youth identifying as LGBTQ as well as provide community outreach, crisis intervention, and other relevant services to LGBTQ youth and their families.
Location & Hours: 746 Ada Street, Chula Vista CA 91911
Monday - Friday
Youth ages 18 - 21: 12 - 6 p.m.
Youth up to 17 yrs: 4 - 8 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday
Youth ages 18 - 21: 2 - 6 p.m.
Youth up to 17 yrs: 6 - 10 p.m.
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The Center: Groups for parents of LGBTQ youth
The Trevor Project
Family Acceptance Project: (FAP)