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 California Lions Club 

The lions club offers clinics though out the year for FREE EYE EXAMS and GLASSES. Anyone can participate, there is no maximum or minimum requirement for income. Please spread the word. Click the title above to be redirected to the website.

 

 

 

Come Back kids Charter School

Comeback kids offers prevention/intervention services to students of all ages who wish to re-enroll in an education program. Students who have fallen through the cracks are offered an opportunity to make up credits, find classes they need, and get special training.
  • Students receive the opportunity to complete their high school requirements/credits (200)
  • Prepare for General Education Development (GED)
  • Attend Graduation Ceremony and senior events
Requirements
  • Desire to return to school
  • students between 16 - 24 yrs old

If you or someone you know wants to earn their diploma please call or fill out the online interest form. 

Phone : 877-RCOE-CBK

Website: http://www.rcoe.us/student-program-services/cbk/

Location: Santa Fe/Hemet CBK

831 E Devonshire Avenue, Hemet 92543 

 

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Do you want/need a High School/GED Diploma a Job?

 Empower Youth offers at no cost for ages 16 - 24

Paid - Job Internship
Career Exploration
Tutoring (including ASVAB)
College Preparation
Certificate Programs

For more information please call 951-765-0917

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Esl Classes 

Learn to Read, Write, and Speak English

Mt. San Jacinto Adult Education is partnering up with Hemet Unified School District to offer Free Esl Classes!

 

Location: Parent Resource Center

26866 San Jacinto, Ca St.

Hemet, Ca 92543

951-765-0004

 

 

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Financial Literacy

January 2018

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Hope Collaborative offers  FREE EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOP

Promoting the safety of children and preventing abuse and neglect in Riverside County. Workshops are meant for youth, parent/caregivers, and professionals.Youth will receive a basic understanding along with the importance of knowing what the topics are. Parents/Caregivers receive an understanding of what the topic (s) are along with explanation of what it is important to know. Professionals receive an in-depth definition of each topic and how they can help to prevent child abuse and neglect.     http://www.hopecollaborative.org/getinvolved

 

 

 

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MFI Recovery Center

Teen, Adult, and Family Counseling

Teen Substance Abuse Prevention services 

Recovery and wholeness center for Women 

Residential & Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program

Family Guide: What you need to know about drug useFind hope, strength and freedom from addiction. 
Contact us and start your journey today.

Phone: 800-923-5634

Website : http://www.MFIrecovery.com

 

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Nutrition/Health Education

Thursdays at 9:00 AM starting January 23, 2018.

Location: Parent Resource Center

26866 San Jacinto, Ca St.

Hemet, Ca 92543

951-765-0004

 

 

 

 

 

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Triple P Positive Parenting Program

Wednesday at 9:00 am starting January 24, 2018

Sign up at the Parent Resource Center

26866 San Jacinto St. 

Hemet, Ca 92543

 

Hemet Preschool Programs

220 S. Franklin St. Hemet, CA 92543

Phone 951-765-1648

 

Free Parenting Classes

 Every Wednesday

Starting Oct. 4 2017 at 12:30 - 2:30 PM

Free and open to parents with children ages 3-12 years old . This group teaches parents how to interact and play with their children. Parents will obtain information on  handling undesirable behaviors, reinforcement, praise, and child directed play. In addition, parents will have the opportunity to share their experiences and challenges with other parents while gaining support feedback. 

 

Positive Parenting Program

Fridays at 9:00 PM starting October 6, 2017.

Location: Parent Resource Center

26866 San Jacinto, Ca St.

Hemet, Ca 92543

951-765-0004

 

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Rescuing our Youth

A national speaking tour to inspire over 100,000 students!

Where? Hemet Public Library

When? October 18, 2017.

Time? 6:00 PM

 

 

 

 

 


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SAFE & Zone After School Programs

Contact Information

For general program questions and information, you may contact the SAFE Office at (951)658-3538 or via email at safe@hemetusd.org .

Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm Monday- Friday. 

      The SAFE Office is located at 831 East Devonshire Hemet, CA 92543.

Site Facilitator for Cawston Elementary

      Raquel Herbanson                                 Email:rherbanson@hemetusd.org

 

  SAFE/ZONE Program for the 2018/19 school year. SAFE registration applications will need to be completed electronically this year and only be accepted in that form. The SAFE/ZONE open enrollment window for the 2018/19 school year will open on February 5, 2018 and close onMarch 2, 2018. A Peachjar flyer will be sent on February 5 with application links and information. The link will also be available on the SAFE district webpage on February 5. Site Facilitators will have Chromebooks available at their site during program hours to assist parents with applications as needed. Parents will not be able to fill in applications prior to February 5th

 


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If you have any questions regarding resources for the community, please call the school at 951-765-0277, send a note with your child's teacher, or email our parent liaison, Paulette Zetina. Be sure to mention your name, student name and phone number!