SBCS’s programs provide various support networks to help current and former foster youth overcome challenges including support with housing, counseling, life skills, education and job readiness training.
Our programs and services include:
Transitional Supportive Housing
TROLLEY TRESTLE offers affordable, transitional housing for former foster youth and/or homeless youth while they finish school or complete job training. We welcome emancipated youth ages 16-24 and parenting youth.
MUNCEY MANOR offers affordable housing for youth who have “aged out” of the foster care system.
Career & Technical Education Programs
LEARN TO EARN TO ACHIEVE POTENTIAL (LEAP) provides youth how already have or are close to attaining a high school diploma/GED with a range of bridging and postsecondary educational programs delivered through a trauma-informed approach.
EXCEL, funded by the San Diego Work Force Partnership, provides work readiness training, paid and unpaid internships, life skills classes, housing assistance, financial literacy and more.
Independent Living Skills (ILS)
ILS classes offer a unique series of educational classes and services designed to support current, former foster youth and community youth.
Transition Aged Youth Academy (TAY)
TAY is a youth drop in center located in Chula Vista. Youth are offered trauma-informed connections coaching, psycho-educational groups, leadership classes and youth development activities.
Together we inspire youth!
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