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1 CRS Community Resource Services 8550 Balboa Boulevard, Suite 150 Northridge, CA Phone (818) Fax (818) Recreational Directory and Summer Camps PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN THE SAN FERNANDO VALLEY 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 I. Summer Day Camps 3 1. Department of Parks and Recreation Valley Region 3 2. Community Colleges Extension Programs 5 3. Los Angeles Unified School District 5 4. Y.M.C.A Community Organizations 7 6. Boys and Girls Club 7 II. Overnight Summer Camps 8 III. Arts Programs 8 IV. Teen Programs 9 V. Employment Websites for Teens 10 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. 2

3 I. SUMMER DAY CAMPS 1. DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION The Department of Parks and Recreation offers many Summer Day Camps in the San Fernando Valley. Most have a structured program that will include sports, arts and crafts, music, dancing, drama and weekly field trips. Some include lunch and extended day care. The activities are designed for children ages Many parks are flexible about part time versus full time programs. The cost will vary from park to park depending on the location, and some of them are free of cost. If you cannot afford the fee, please inquire about camp scholarships. The following is a list of camp programs in the Valley. Please contact the parks for further information. ANDRES AND MARIA CARDENAS RECREATION Blythe Street Panorama City, CA (818) CHATSWORTH RECREATION Devonshire Street Chatsworth, CA (818) Closed until further notice. DELANO RECREATION Erwin Street Van Nuys, CA (818) GRANADA HILLS RECREATION (A.K.A. PETIT PARK) Chatsworth Boulevard Granada Hills, CA (818) HUBERT HUMPHREY RECREATION Filmore Street Pacoima, CA (818) LANARK RECREATIONAL Lanark Street Canoga Park, CA (818) NORTH HOLLYWOOD RECREATION Chandler Boulevard North Hollywood, CA (818) BALBOA SPORTS COMPLEX Burbank Boulevard Encino, CA (818) DAVE POTELL MEMORIAL SPORTS FACILITY Magnolia Boulevard North Hollywood, CA (818) DEVONSHIRE HOUSE Devonshire Street Northridge, CA (818) HANSEN DAM RECREATION AREA Foothill Boulevard Lake View Terrace, CA (818) ENCINO COMMUNITY 4935 Balboa Boulevard Encino, CA (818) MASON RECREATION Mason Street Chatsworth, CA (818) NORTHRIDGE RECREATION Lemarsh Street Northridge, CA (818) BRANFORD RECREACION Branford Street Arleta, CA (818) DAVID GONZALEZ RECREATION (A.K.A. PACOIMA RECREATION ) Herrick Avenue Pacoima, CA (818) FERNANGELES RECREATION 8851 Laurel Canyon Boulevard Sun Valley, CA (818) HJELTE SPORTS Burbank Boulevard Encino, CA (818) LAKEVIEW TERRACE RECREATION Foothill Boulevard Lake View Terrace, CA (818) NORTH HILLS COMMUNITY PARK 8756 Parthenia Place North Hills, CA (818) NORTH WEDDINGTON RECREATION Acama Drive North Hollywood, CA (818)

4 PANORAMA RECREATION 8600 Hazeltine Avenue Panorama City, CA (818) ROGER JESSUP RECREATION Osborne Street Pacoima, CA (818) STUDIO CITY RECREATION (A.K.A. BEEMAN PARK) Rye Street Studio City, CA (818) SUN VALLEY RECREATION 8133 Vineland Avenue Sun Valley, CA (818) TARZANA PARK 5655 Vanalden Street Tarzana, CA (818) VAN NUYS SHERMAN OAKS RECREATION Huston Street Sherman Oaks, CA (818) Pool on site WINNETKA RECREATION 8401 Winnetka Avenue Winnetka, CA (818) RESEDA RECREATION Victory Boulevard Reseda, CA (818) SEPULVEDA RECREATION 8801 Kester Avenue Panorama City, CA (818) SYLMAR PARK Borden Avenue Sylmar, CA (818) SUNLAND RECREATION 8651 Foothill Boulevard Sunland, CA (818) VALLEY PLAZA RECREATION Archwood Street North Hollywood, CA (818) VICTORY VINELAND RECREATION Victory Boulevard North Hollywood, CA (818) WOODLAND HILLS RECREATION (A.K.A. SHOUP PARK) 5858 Shoup Avenue Woodland Hills, CA (818) RITCHIE VALENS RECREATION Laurel Canyon Boulevard Pacoima, CA (818) SHADOW RANCH RECREATION Vanowen Street West Hills, CA (818) SAN FERNANDO RECREATION 208 Park Avenue San Fernando, CA (818) STONEHURST RECREATION 9901 Dronfield Avenue Sun Valley, CA (818) VAN NUYS RECREATION Vanowen Street Van Nuys, CA (818) WEST HILLS SPORTS (ADAM BISCHOFF SOCCER FIELDS) 6900 Valley Circle Drive West Hills, CA (818) COMMUNITY COLLEGES EXTENSION PROGRAMS LOS ANGELES MISSION COLLEGE Eldridge Avenue Sylmar, CA (818) Due to reorganization of the program, enrichment classes for children will no be provided this coming summer. LOS ANGELES PIERCE COLLEGE Ventura Boulevard Woodland Hills, CA (818) Day Camp for children grades K-5 and Teen Travel Program for children entering grades 6-9. Fee: $415 per 2-week session. Lunch and extended day care included. They also offer many different summer programs such as ocean surfing camp, science camp, tennis camp, basketball, baseball, golf, swimming and general sports camp. In addition, they offer enrichment classes for children and teens such as art, music, acting, dance, study skills, math, reading, French, Spanish, and more. For more information please call and ask about individual programs. 4

5 LOS ANGELES VALLEY COLLEGE 5800 Fulton Avenue Valley Glen, CA (818) ext Monarch Day Camp for children ages 5-12 years old. Camp runs from June 10 to August 9, Sports, arts and crafts, field trips, and swimming lessons take place over the week. They also offer a variety of sport camps that specialize in soccer, judo, cheer, gymnastics, springboard diving, basketball, and tennis. Some special interest camps focus on theater arts, dance, and fishing. Most Monarch camps fees are $215 per week. In addition, they offer enrichment classes for children, such as reading, math, video games, Spanish, writing and engineering. Fees vary by class. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHRIDGE Halstead Street Northridge, CA (818) Summer Academic Program for Elementary School Students, (818) SAPESS is a summer program for elementary age students (K-5) that offers academic, social and emotional enrichment for each student. The program runs from June 17 to July 26, Classes are held from 8:00am to 12:30pm. Program fee: $695. Scholarships are available. To enroll please visit The Summer Academic Enrichment Program for Secondary Students, (818) , is offered to students from grades 6 th to 12 th. Classes run from June 24 to July 26, Fee: $600 for 5-week session. Scholarships are available. Registration online at Sunny Days Summer Camp, (818) , is a traditional day camp with activities such as sports, games, arts and crafts, and swimming. It is for children entering grades K-7 th. Monday to Friday. Camp hours are from 7:30am-6:00pm. Fee: $215 per week. Enroll in February as the summer approaches they have waiting list. Northridge Tennis and Swim Camp (818) is for children ages Camp runs for 5 weeks during June 24 to July 26, Fee: $ per week. 3. LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Beyond the Bell Youth Development Program Unit (818) They provide a free unstructured summer program on most elementary schools and some middle schools campuses from 8:00am- 12:00pm or 12:00pm-6:00pm. Please call your child s school for enrollment information. This program is free of charge. Creative Kids (818) This summer school program will be offered at the following elementary school locations in the Valley. They offer indoor and outdoor activities, field trips, and snacks. Hours are 6:30am-6:30pm. Fees: $120 a week. Please call the main office or the school directly to enroll: Chatsworth Park School, Chatsworth (818) Kester Avenue School, Sherman Oaks (818) Lockhurst Drive School, Woodland Hills (818) Lorne Street School, Northridge (818) Tarzana Street School, Tarzana (818)

6 LAUSD Summer School Beyond the Bell Branch Central Office 333 South Beaudry Avenue, Floor #29 Los Angeles, CA (213) LAUSD will not be offering summer school/intersession for elementary and middle school children this year. Children with Special Education services with Summer School Extended School Year (ESY) and High School Credit Recovery Programs will be held from July 8, 2013, to August 2, 2013, (4-weeks). Classes will run from 8:30 am to 11:50 am and will include a 20-minute break. To be eligible students must be in the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade and failed a course required for graduation. Additionally, ninth-grade students, who have failed an entire year of Algebra 1, may enroll. Current 12th-graders (Class of 2013), who do not graduate, may be referred to adult school for specific courses. Eligible students must register with their respective school counselors. A list of summer school/credit recovery sites will be available on the LAUSD s Beyond the Bell Branch website Please contact your school for more information. Comprehensive Summer Enrichment Programs LAUSD s Beyond the Bell Branch will operate Summer Enrichment Programs at more than 160 elementary and middle schools during the 2013 summer vacation period. The programs will provide daily activities Monday through Friday, beginning June 10, Each program will include three components: academic, enrichment and fitness. Participation will be limited to students who attend those schools. 4. Y.M.C.A. Each YMCA has different activities and services available, such as after school programs, day camp and sports. The programs are located at various Elementary Schools sites in the Valley. Please call the YMCA nearest you for specific activities. They offer scholarships for low-income families and their children. The caregiver must pick up the application form at the main office. The scholarships may vary according to the location and they are on a first come first served basis. All YMCA s have a Counselor in Training Program. Youth s ages can participate at the local Day Camp or attend the Resident overnight camps as a Counselor and learn leadership skills under the supervision of an adult Camp Counselor. BURBANK 321 East Magnolia Boulevard Burbank, CA (818) EAST VALLEY 5142 Tujunga Avenue North Hollywood, CA (818) MID VALLEY 6901 Lennox Avenue Van Nuys, CA (818) NORTH VALLEY Corbin Avenue Northridge, CA (818) SANTA CLARITA VALLEY FAMILY Mc Bean Parkway Valencia, CA (661) VERDUGO HILLS 6840 Foothill Boulevard Tujunga, CA (818) WEST VALLEY Vanowen Street Reseda, CA (818)

7 5. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS Police Activity League Supporters (P.A.L.S) Greg Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center 8721 Wilbur Avenue Northridge, CA (818) Free after school program for children ages It is a prevention program run by LAPD that offers youth enriching and instructive experiences in education, athletic and recreational activities. They have computers, games, free tutoring, sports, and arts and crafts. Open Monday through Thursday from 1:00pm-6:00pm. Caregivers need to walk in and sign the child up for the program. Guadalupe Community Center Hart Street Canoga Park, CA (818) After school program for children ages Free of charge. Open Monday through Thursday from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. Tutoring: 3:30pm-5:30pm. Services include: tutoring, sports, art and craft, dance classes, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Healthy Kids/Healthy Moms Program. North Valley Caring Services Rayen Street North Hills, CA (818) Contact: Erick Duran, Program Director, ext. 22 Year Round After School Program for children ages Elementary school youth play games, do homework, and take enrichment classes. Teens plan their own field trips, movie club, games, and other activities. Open Monday through Friday from 1:00pm-6:00pm. Homework assistance is provided. Program is free. There is a wait list for the Summer Program. Los Angeles Public Library Programs Most of public libraries offer different classes and programs for children. Summer Reading Program for kids and teens starting June 3 to August 3, For more information call or visit your local library. County of Los Angeles Public Library 217 N Maclay Avenue San Fernando, CA (818) They offer summer reading program, homework help online from tutors, events, and classes online. 6. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB Offers Day Camp for children ages Fee: $50-$100 per week depending on site. Annual membership fee: $20-$75 depending on site. They have different locations: BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SAN FERNANDO VALLEY Glenoaks Boulevard Pacoima, CA (818) Annual fee: $24. Sliding scale available for low-income families ($12). Summer program starts on June 17 and runs from 10:00am to 5:45pm. Fee: $75 per week. Extended care available at $8 per day from 7:30am to 6pm. BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF BURBANK 2244 North Buena Vista Street Burbank, CA (818) Annual fee: $75. Summer program starts on June 17 and runs from 7:30am-6:30pm. Fee: $100 per week. Sliding scale available for low-income families. WEST VALLEY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB 7245 Remmet Avenue Canoga Park, CA (818) Annual fee: $20. Summer program starts on June 17 and runs from 8:00am to 6:00pm. Fee: $75 per week. SANTA CLARITA BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB Newhall Avenue Santa Clarita, CA (661) Annual fee: $36. Summer program starts on June 17 and runs from 11:00am to 7:00pm. Extended care available at $10 per day from 7am- 11:00am. Fee: $36 per week. 7

8 II. OVERNIGHT SUMMER CAMPS Camp Max Strauss 6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite #600 Los Angeles, CA (323) (323) Fax Camp Max Strauss is a residential summer camp that provides therapeutic recreational activities for children between the ages of 7 and 12 who are dealing with emotional, behavioral, or social interaction problems. The campsite is located on 112 acres in the Verdugo Hills, Glendale. There are 5 to 12 days sessions available. School, social services, community agencies, and parents make referrals to this camp. Fees are based on a sliding scale. Minimum fee: $30. Applications are available in February of each year. U.C.L.A. UniCamp 900 Hilgard Avenue, Suite #301 Los Angeles, CA (310) Ext. #107 (310) Fax UCLA UniCamp is a non-profit organization that extends scholarships to children from low-income families. Overnight summer camp for children ages 10 to 17. The camp is not equipped to handle children with special needs, such as: campers who require any special services or assistance, and campers who require special treatment. The campsite is located at Camp River Glen, in the San Bernardino National Forest. Fees are based on a sliding scale fee. Minimum fee: $99. Applications available only on line. Woodcraft Rangers Stanley Ranch Camp 1625 Olympic Boulevard, Suite #800 Los Angeles, CA (213) Ext. #232 (213) Fax Contact person: Haley Santos Woodcraft Rangers is a residential summer camp that provides recreational activites for children between the ages of 7 and 12 who are primarily from low-income families. The campsite is located at Blue Sky Meadow in Big Bear Lake, California. Fees are based on a sliding scale fee. Minimum fee: $50. Applications are available in April of each year. III. ARTS PROGRAMS Canoga Park Youth Arts Center 7222 Remmet Avenue Canoga Park, CA (818) They offer low cost classes in the visual arts for children and teens after school and on Saturdays. Classes include: animation, painting and drawing, photography, ceramics, Japanese anime, miniature set design, digital video and mural projects. A limited number of scholarships are available on the basis of need. Mariachi Master Apprentice Program (MMAP) Department of Recreation and Community Services 208 Park Avenue San Fernando, CA (818) Contact: Virginia Diediker, Cultural art supervisor To be eligible, applicants must be between 11 and 18 years of age and have at least 2 years of musical experience and demonstrate an intermediate level of musicianship. Classes meet Tuesday evenings for three hours. Weekend workshops and/or musical performances are also components of this program. Auditions are held throughout the year. Applicants must contact the Department of Recreation and Community Services for the next audition date. 8

9 Sun Valley Youth Arts Center 8642 Sunland Boulevard Sun Valley, CA (818) The Sun Valley Youth Arts Center offers low cost classes in the arts for children and teens (ages 5-17) throughout the year. Classes include sculpture, painting, video production, graphic design, game design, urban art, and cake decorating. Prices range from $36 to $48 for an 8-week session. McGroarty Arts Center 7570 McGroarty Terrace Tujunga, CA (818) McGroarty Arts Center offers affordable, ongoing eight-week classes for children as young as 3 years old to adults in many varieties of fine, literary and performing arts. A limited number of scholarships are available on the basis of need. Classes include: drawing, ceramics, mosaics, painting (different media), Tai Chi, Tai chi Ch uan, yoga, voice, hip hop guitar, violin, piano, ukulele and theater games. Hands for Hope Otsego Street North Hollywood, CA (818) 763-HOPE (4673) Hands for Hope offer the following programs for children and teens: - Youth After-School Program: Ages 8-14, Monday trough Thursday from 2:30pm -6:30pm. Free youth program that consists of four components: academic assistance, healthy lifestyles, arts exploration and life skills development. Program sessions are fall and spring. (There is a fee only for registration) - Summer Academic Program: Ages 8-14, Tuesday through Thursday from 10:00am-4:00pm for 6 weeks. The children have three two hour classes each day and lunch/recess. Each week a different subject is explored including Math, English, History, Science and English. This program is run mainly by hands for hope volunteers and teen volunteers ages Fee: $25 a week. Extended care available at $5 per day from 8:00am-10am, and $5 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. - Teen Program: Ages 15-21, Monday through Thursday from 4:30pm-7:00pm. The teen program is free and focuses on activities that will enable students to prepare themselves for their future within a twelve-week workshop period. Classes will include college and career planning, driver s safety education, financial literacy, advanced level tutoring and enrichment programs that prepare students for a technology-based world. Teens are expected to attend at least one day per week to the College/career planning and peer leadership/mentorship classes which are mandatory. Arts classes are optional and are a group selection of any of the following: Music, Visual Arts, Photography and Studio Recording enrichment programming. All programs include educational and practical field trips such as attending plays, sporting events, museums and visiting recording studios. IV. TEEN PROGRAMS CLASS Parks / Youth Plus Program (818) Administrative Office Recreation Centers in the San Fernando Valley have Teen Clubs that are designed for youth ages They offer recreational activities, classes, and weekend trips. Once you sign up at a Teen Club you will then be eligible to participate in one of the other CLASS Park Programs that offer off site activities such as rock climbing, hiking, horseback riding, backpacking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, snowboarding, mountain biking and camping. Teen Clubs are offered at the following parks: Delano Recreation Center Huber Humphrey Recreation Center Lanark Recreation Center Sepulveda Recreation Center Sylmar Recreation Center Sun Valley Recreation Center Valley Plaza Recreation Center Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Contact: Career Counselor at your High School ROP offers summer courses with vocational training and on-the-job training for youth 16 and older. The classes are held at high school campuses, private businesses, and community sites. Youth may receive high school credits. 9

10 Clean and Green (323) Summer employment for youth ages 13 to 17 years old. This program requires to be enrolled in school, live in the City of Los Angeles, and to provide proof that you belong to a family of low to moderate-low income. Youth work 20 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. Occupational Centers Contact: Career Counselor at your high school for schedule of classes or assistance with enrollment. Some schools may provide bus transportation to Centers. The Occupational Centers are divided in two service areas and offer vocational training classes for youth 16 and older in a wide variety of occupations. Youth may receive high school credits. North Valley Service Area: Main Campus: North Valley Occupational Center Sharp Avenue Mission Hills, CA (818) Rinaldi Adult Center Rinaldi Street Granada Hills, CA (818) East Valley Skills Center 8601 Arleta Avenue Sun Valley, CA (818) North Hollywood Adult Learning Center Whipple Street North Hollywood, CA (818) Van Nuys Service Area: Main Campus: West Valley Occupational Center 6200 Winnetka Avenue Woodland Hills, CA (818) Van Nuys Adult School 6535 Cedros Avenue Van Nuys, CA (818) Reseda Adult School Kittridge Street Reseda, CA (818) V. EMPLOYMENT/ VOLUNTEER WEBSITES FOR TEENS Try this website to look for a part-time jobs, seasonal work, weekend jobs, summer jobs, holiday jobs and internships for college students. You can search for jobs by ZIP code. In additional to searchable-by-zip-code job listings, this site also offers resume writing advice and interview tips. Also, users can register and set-up a profile and post their resumes online. Employers can review those resumes and contact teens looking for work. Volunteer Center of Los Angeles offers volunteer opportunities to assist youth with their personal development. Includes part-time jobs such as focus groups and baby-sitting. This is a good site because it has links of other job sites, including job hotlines, ads from 26 Los Angeles area newspapers, and summer jobs for high school and college students. This web site allows you to enter information about your interests, age, city, and provides you with a list of organizations that need volunteers. It is updated on a daily basis and usually lists one-time opportunities, such as assisting with events. This organization provides free volunteer webinars. Summer and seasonal job opportunities and internships camps, amusement parks, resorts, national parks, hotels, environmental organizations and more. 10

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