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1 CRS CRS Community Resource Services 8550 Balboa Boulevard,, Suite 150 Northridge, CA (818) Phone (818) Fax Vocational Programs for Adolescents and Transitional Youth Directory The following is a vocational directory regarding employment and training information for youth age If you have any questions or need assistance linking a youth to services, please contact Transitional Youth Program at (818) Page 1

2 The Child and Family Guidance Center is a LA County Department of Mental Health (DMH) contractor that provides Specialized Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) services to children, transition age youth, and adults utilizing evidence based treatment interventions (EBPs) that are consistent with LAC/DMH Mental Health services Act (MHSA). The Center also provides families with access to a comprehensive continuum of services depending on the needs of the family ranging from once a week, time limited mental services (PEI) to intensive in-home services that are delivered several times a week with 24-7 availability for crises. The Community Resource Services is a division dedicated to improving the quality of life for special needs children and their families by helping them to locate, access and effectively use essential community health and social services. Table of Contents 1. Programs Serving All Youth Age Programs Serving Older Youth Age Programs Offered Through LAUSD Schools 7 4. Programs Serving Transitional Youth With Special Needs 10 For Programs Serving Foster and Qualifying Probation Youth, please see the Foster Youth Directory. Page 2

3 1) PROGRAMS SERVING ALL YOUTH AGE Regional Occupational Program (ROP) 333 South Beaudry Avenue, 18 th Floor, Room 156 Los Angeles, CA (213) Target Population: Age16 and older. Services Available: Hands-on vocational training and on-the-job training held at high school campuses, private businesses, and community sites. Intensive courses are also available during intersession and summer. Youth may receive high school credits. Contact Career Counselor at high school for schedule of classes or assistance with enrollment. Occupational Centers Target Population: Youth age 16 and older. Services Available: Hands-on classroom vocational training in a wide variety of occupations. Youth may receive high school credits. Contact Career Counselor at high school for schedule of classes or assistance with enrollment. Some schools may provide bus transportation to Centers. North Valley Occupational Center/Aviation Center Sharp Ave. Mission Hills, CA (818) West Valley Occupational Center 6200 Winnetka Avenue Woodland Hills, CA (818) Pacoima Skills Center Van Nuys Boulevard (818) Job Corps (800) 733-Jobs (213) Page 3

4 Target Population: Low-income youth, age 16-24, not currently on probation or parole. Services Available: Hands-on vocational and educational training for high school level (GED or diploma) and post-high school level. Program includes optional room and board, medical and dental care, clothing, and daily living allowance. (Free for qualifying students.) Employment Development Department (EDD) Contact: An EDD office or representative is located at all WorkSource Centers and all local community colleges. EDD offers various programs/services, including: Youth Employment Opportunity Program (YEOP) Glenoaks Boulevard (818) Vanowen Street Canoga Park, CA (818) Target Population: Youth age 15-21, of all incomes. Services Available: Job preparation and placement; peer advising; college planning. CalJOBS Target Population: Typical jobs require a minimum age of 16 or older. Services Available: Computerized job listings via the Internet. Youth may register online. Other Target Population: Age16 and older. Services Available: Job placement for general public and specialized programs for parolees, ex-convicts, veterans, disabled, welfare-to-work. WIA (Workforce Investment Act) Target Population: Youth age 14-21, who are low income and face a barrier. Services Available: Subsidized job placements, vocational case management, career/college planning, and summer job program. Archdiocese of Los Angeles Glenoaks Blvd. (818) Communities In Schools 8743 Burnet Avenue North Hills, CA (818) Youth on probation or who have a history of legal problems. El Proyecto del Barrio/Worksource California 9024 Laurel Canyon Boulevard Sun Valley, CA (818) El Proyecto del Barrio Sherman Way, 2 nd Floor Canoga Park, CA (818) Page 4

5 YO Valley (818) (323) Homework & Tutoring Center, Support Services (assistance with transportation, books, supplies, tools and equipment); High School & GED Prep, College (SAT prep, Financial Aid application assistance, College & educational exploration) Vocational Skills Assessment. Job Readiness & Work Experience Job Search. Learning for Life Sherman Way C - 8 Van Nuys, CA (818) (818) Fax Minimum Age: 14 Exploring is a career program for young men and women ages that gives you hands-on volunteer experience in the working world. The youth actually get to work with adults who are in the profession. This experience would look good on their college applications and resumes. In addition, there are many scholarships and awards specifically for Explorers. SPONSOR MEETING LOCATION ADVISOR AVIATION Post 3 Optimist Club of North Hollywood 7240 Hayvenhurst Ave., Van Nuys Don Hagopian Post 747 Whiteman Airport Osborne St., Pacoima Ruth Logan FIRE SERVICE Post 5 LA County Fire Battalion N. Cornell Rd., Agoura Hills Steve Ford MEDICAL Post 918 Kaiser Permanente Cantara St., Panorama City Karen Ruballo POLICE Post 521 San Fernando PD 910 First St., San Fernando Fernando Miranda SHERIFF Post 164 LASD Lost Hills Agoura Rd., Agoura Kevin Augarten Post 1097 LASD North Academy College of the Canyons, Valencia Rich Phelan SCHOOL GROUPS Post 224 Cavalier Films Cleveland High School Evelyn Seubert 2) PROGRAMS SERVING OLDER YOUTH AGE Worksource Centers (888) Target Population: Age 18 and above. Two service levels: Group 1) Intensive Service Clients: Primarily serves low-income families, dislocated workers and people with disabilities. Group 2) General Public: Requires only Driver s License or I.D. Services Available: Page 5

6 Group 1: Vocational guidance and case management; job preparation and placement; job training, including referrals to training vendors and funding of tuition costs; basic skills remediation; on-the-job training; and supportive services, including transportation and childcare. Group 2: Access to resource library, video room, computer lab, job boards, fax machine, copier, telephones, and Internet resources. Canoga Park West Hills WorkSource Center Vanowen Street Canoga Park, CA (818) Northeast San Fernando Valley WorkSource Center Glenoaks Boulevard (818) Chatsworth Northridge BUILD WorkSource Center 9207 Eton Avenue Chatsworth, CA (818) El Proyecto del Barrio WorkSource Center 9024 Laurel Canyon Boulevard Sun Valley, CA (818) Van Nuys Sherman Oaks WorkSource Center Sherman Way, Suite 140 Van Nuys, CA (818) California Conservation Corps (800) Target Population: Young adults, age (not currently on probation or parole); no income requirement. Services Available: Paid 1-3 years employment/training working outdoors in tree planting, trail maintenance, construction, carpentry, emergency response, fire fighting and related fields. Youth may concurrently earn GED or high school diploma, attend college course, and learn computer skills. Clients living in the San Fernando Valley may live at home and work locally. Room and board is currently provided in Norwalk, Pomona, Camarillo and other California locations. Chrysalis Van Nuys Boulevard, Suite #E (818) Target Population: Low income or homeless adults; emancipated youth. Services Available: Job preparation classes; vocational case management; access to job leads, fax, Internet, telephone, clothing room, and bus tokens. Chrysalis also runs Labor Connection, a staffing agency, and StreetWorks, a street maintenance service that provides clients with paid apprenticeships to gain marketable experience and job skills. Conservation Corp (213) Target Population: Youth ages Services Available: Paid employment/training working to conserve or enhance California s natural resources and assist with natural disasters or emergencies. Youth may concurrently earn GED, high school Page 6

7 diploma, or attend college. Residential program in Camarillo (and throughout California) and nonresidential programs in Los Angeles (and throughout California). Meet Each Need With Dignity (MEND) North Fernando Road (818) Target Population: Age 18 and older Services Provided: Basic, hands-on job training program to prepare clients to complete higher level training or obtain entry level employment in the following areas: dental assisting, computer office skills, computer repair, warehouse and inventory control, and catering and food service. Applicants must demonstrate basic English skills. The following training programs are currently offered: Food service (818) Practical hands-on training includes food preparation and service at internal and external catering events. Dental Assistant Training (818) x Objective: To acquire a variety of skills needed to assist the dentist in the examination and treatment of patients; basic knowledge of the use and processing of dental radiographs; perform related duties in the care and maintenance of dental instruments and supplies. Warehouse / Inventory Control (818) Practical, hands-on training is provided in out extensive on-site Food Warehouse. Sewing Classes (818) x7331 Learn how to sew for your family or for a career - Classes meet throughout the week. Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite #240 Van Nuys, CA (818) Owensmouth Avenue, Suite #100 Canoga Park, CA (818) Target Population: Youth or adults with mental health diagnosis, learning disability, developmental disability or physical impairment, regardless of income. Services Available: Vocational assessment and planning; job placement and job club; vocational training and college courses; job coach and supported employment; workshop employment; assistive technology; referrals to vocational training or college. Payment of transportation, clothing allowance, tools, and possibly school/college tuition when candidate qualifies for such services. 3) PROGRAMS OFFERED THROUGH LAUSD SCHOOLS Career Advisor, Work Experience Coordinator, College Counselor Target Population: High school students Services Available: The Career Advisor assists students who are vocationally bound with referrals to vocational programs, including Occupational Centers, ROP, vocational programs at community colleges, and ROTC. The Career Advisor also assists seniors with their portfolio for graduation. The Work Experience Coordinator issues work permits, provides referrals to on and off- Page 7

8 campus employment and may teach a work experience class in order for working students to earn high school credits. The College Counselor assists college bound students with college selection, application submission, required prerequisites and tests. Financial aid is located at all LAUSD high school campuses. First Break AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Target Population: High school students age 16 and older. Services Available: Students may contact the Career Counselor or Work Experience Coordinator at their high school in order to access specific job listing and details. Target Population: Students who are interested in attending college. Outreach focuses on students with average to high-test scores who currently have an average grade point average. Services Provided: Students are placed in a college preparatory track. Support services include tutorials consisting of collaborative study groups and writing groups. Activities include motivational activities, field trips, and college and career preparation. Project Grad Erwin Street North Hollywood, CA (818) Target Population: Students grades K 12. Services Provided: Project GRAD (Graduation Really Achieves Dreams) is a non-profit organization dedicated to help students attend and succeed in college. Project GRAD seeks to inspire and create independent thinkers, and instill confidence, self-discipline and a natural excitement for discovery. GRADs high school program involves providing support to strengthen high school academics and providing services to ensure eligibility for college scholarships. Clean and Green (323) Target Population: Youth age Services Available: Youth work 25 hours per week when off track/during summer vacation or Saturdays during their school year. Duties include removing graffiti, cleaning neighborhoods, planting trees, gardening, and painting murals. Magnet Schools (877) (213) Target Population: LAUSD public school students, grades K-12. Services Provided: Magnet schools offer a range of educational possibilities, including programs in Communications, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Gifted/High Ability, Humanities, Law/Government/Police Studies, Math/Science/Technology, and Medical Careers. Perkins/Academy Programs Contact individual high schools. Target Population: High school students Services Provided: Students who enroll in the Perkins Program will choose a career path and typically take at least one course in that career path each semester. Academies are a school-within-a-school that aims to Page 8

9 prepare students for a skilled career path. Students participate in classes that integrate academic and career preparation instruction. The following are examples of some local high schools that offer these programs. Arleta High School North Hollywood High School Social Justice Ornamental Horticulture, Animal Science, Construction, and Automotive. Birmingham High School Technology & Business, Creative Liberal Arts, Performing Arts, Social Justice and Medical Science Canoga Park High School Entrepreneurship, Hospital Occupations, Animal Science, Plant and Soil Services, and International Trade. Cleveland High School Media and Design Arts, Child Development, and Drafting Architecture. Chatsworth High School Performing Arts, Health & Fitness, Urban Studies, Medical Health, Writing Program, Business & Technology, Law & Justice, and Visual Arts El Camino High School Food Service and Hospitality, Child Development. Granada High School Culinary, Automotive, Construction, and Printing Programs Grant High School Media and Design Arts, Sales and Marketing, Child Development, Business Financial Management, Travel and Tourism, and Culinary Arts. High Tech High Charter School Technology and Communications Kennedy High School Cabinetmaking and Wood Products, Film/Video Production, Media and Design Arts, Family and Human Services, Architectural and Structural Engineering, Computer Program and Systems Development. Northridge Academy High School 9 th grade Bridge/Exploratory, Health & Human, Arts, Media & Communication, Leadership & Learning Panorama High School Culinary Arts Polytechnic High School Cisco Network Reseda High School Police, Visual Performing and Liberal Arts San Fernando High School Media and Arts, Cabinetmadery and Wood, Child Development, Engineering, Culinary Arts, Graphic Arts, and Auto Sylmar High School Vehicle Maintenance, Service/Repair, Cabinetmaking and Wood Products, Accounting Services, Business Financial Management, Computer Information and Support Services, Carrier with Children, Ornamental Horticulture, Media and Design Arts, Culinary Arts - sylmarhs.org Taft High School Fashion Design, Graphic Art Technology, and Film Making 1 AB Arts:CAD tafthigh.org Van Nuys High School Media and Design Arts, Stage Production, Child Development, Engineering Design, Food Service and Hospitality, Manufacturing, Automotive, and Graphic. - vannuyshs.org Verdugo Hills High School Cabinetmaking and Wood Products, Medical Occupations, Information and Support Services, Media and Design Arts, Architectural and Structural Engineering. - verdugohs.org Page 9

10 Monroe High School Architecture and Structural Engineering, Video Production, Food Service and Hospitality, Cabinetmaking and Wood Products. Valley College Valley College offers school-to-career academies in order to motivate students to pursue a career and attend college. The following academies are offered by the following high schools: Grant, Monroe, North Hollywood, Polytechnic, and San Fernando & Van Nuys High Schools. Fire Academy (LA Fire Department), Justice Academy (LA County Sheriff s Department), Woodlands Academy (US Forest Service), Leadership Academy (CA Army National Guard), Robotics: Engineering and Electronics (National Tooling and Machining Association) District Office of Transition Services (DOTS) Los Angeles Unified School District 333 South Beaudry Avenue, 17 th Floor Los Angeles, CA (213) Target Population: Youth with an IEP who attend 8-12 th grade at a public school. Services Available: All clients receiving special education services at a LAUSD public high school are required to have a transition plan as part of their IEP commencing at age 14. Each high school is assigned 2 DOTS teachers (who also serve eighth graders at middle schools) to provide transition services to students. Contact DOTS Teacher at the local high school. The Workability Program High schools (both public and non-public) offer this employment program, primarily for 11 th and 12 th grade students, which subsidizes wages of work-ready students. 4) PROGRAMS SERVING TRANSITIONAL YOUTH WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Valley Employment Services at San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center (SFVCMHC) 6842 Van Nuys Boulevard, 6 th Floor Van Nuys, CA (818) Path Point 9430 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Suite #103 Chatsworth, CA (818) Target Population: Age 17 or older with a mental health diagnosis. Services Available: Vocational assessment, job placement, volunteer placement. Supported employment, monitoring of vocational plan, transitional services, and linkage to Department of Rehabilitation. Target Population: Age 18 and over (with a developmental disability or with mental health diagnosis who are Department of Rehabilitation clients). Page 10

11 Ability First/Work Center 6530 Winnetka Avenue Woodland Hills, CA (818) New Horizons Parthenia Street North Hills, CA (818) CITY Community Services Sherman Way, Suite 110 Van Nuys, CA (818) (800) Toll Free BUILD Rehabilitation Services Foothill Boulevard Sylmar, CA (818) Services Available: Vocational assessment, job placement, supported employment/job coaching, skills training, independent living skills. Target Population: Age 18 or over (developmental disability). Services Provided: Sheltered workshop, job preparation skills, and supported employment. Target Population: Age 18 or over (developmental disability). Services Available: Sheltered workshop, supported employment, job coaching, and life skills training. Target Population: age 18 or over (developmental disability or with a mental health diagnosis who are Department of Rehabilitation clients). Services Available: Work evaluation, job placement, supported employment/job coaching, independent living skills. Target Population: age 18 or over (developmental disability or with a mental health diagnosis who are Department of Rehabilitation clients). Services Available: Sheltered workshop, Work evaluation, job placement, supported employment/job coaching, independent living skills. Vistas Social and Work Program Target Population: Dually diagnosed adults who 4301 Cahuenga Boulevard are also Regional Center clients. North Hollywood, CA Services Available: Behavior modification day (818) program, which includes independent living skills, basic vocational skills, and volunteer work, such as gardening, kitchen duties or animal care. The agencies on this document are listed for informational purposes only. No endorsement of the quality of services is intended by the Community Resource Services Department of the Child and Family Guidance Center. Page 11

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