Foothills High School

Every Journey Begins with One Step

Our Cal-SAFE staff is committed to providing a nurturing and caring learning environment for young parents while completing their high school education. Students learn to make healthy living choices and learn successful parenting techniques. Child care is provided at both school sites.

The Support Services component of the Cal-SAFE program is designed to enable students to continue or complete their education, secure gainful employment, and develop skills needed to provide a safe and caring environment for themselves and their children. The support services include:

Childcare centers that provide hands-on supervised experiences in caring for babies/toddlers

Parenting classes to reinforce positive parenting techniques

Health care instruction and community service that provides information on pregnancy, facts on child bearing, prenatal care, and self-help resources

Vocational counseling

Nutritional information

Students may be referred to the program by parents, counselors, nurses, doctors, other students, and local agencies.

Services to Teens

Academic and personal counseling
 Academic support and youth development services
 Career education
 Case management
 Enrichment activities
 Meal supplements for pregnant & nursing students
 Outreach and education about Title IX rights
 Peer support groups
 Prenatal and parenting skills education
 Referrals to community agencies
 School safety and violence prevention education
 School to home transportation
 Support and referrals for family members.

 Services to Infants and Children

Age appropriate activities for young children
Childcare staff is college trained
Childcare centers meet state licensing standards
Childcare centers located on or near school campus
Health screenings
Immunization reviews
Individual learning goals
Individual needs/service plans
Parent-child activities
Quarterly developmental profiles
Referral to community resources for health needs.

All Services are FREE to participants
Last Modified on April 16, 2010