Programs & Services
Auburn Hip Hop Congress program “Urban Arts for Change” is designed to provide at-risk youth access to the arts. Through this program young participants can explore a variety of written and performance art forms in workshop settings.
Love Notes builds skills and knowledge for healthy and successful relationships with partners, family, friends, and co-workers. It is designed to help young people make wise relationship choices.
The K9s 4 Kids Program gives children who are experiencing trauma a chance to love and be loved by a polite and well socialized dog and experience normalcy in a stressful environment
Anger Management / Conflict & Violence Resolution Prevention
•Teaching Pro-Social Skills.
•Weekly classes are for youths ages 12-17.
•Classes focus on improving social skills, moral reasoning, anger management, and reducing aggressive behavior.
Health Education / Hygiene Program
Class is offered once a week to discuss:
Substance Abuse Programs
Adolescent Recovery Program (ARP)
Classes discuss topics such as:
•Developing a plan against relapse
•Facts about drugs and addiction
•Learning to trust
Alcoholics & Narcotics Anonymous
Classes discuss shared life stories with successful members from the programs and youths receive resources within the community.
Classes utilize workbooks focused on life skills, adolescents, and choices to change.
Placer County Office of Education Program
Classes are offered year-round, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Youths are assessed for Individual Educational Plans to account for special needs, if necessary.
Secure Youth Treatment Program (SYTP)
To learn more about SYTP, please see the following document:
•Juvenile Justice Realignment Plan APPROVED