Free Parent Teen Support Group

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Free Parent Teen Support Group

SCV Drug Takeback

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SCV Drug Takeback

The Experience

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“The Experience” Proposal

 

Description

“The Experience” will be a traveling, electronic digital memorial. It will contain a large billboard sized screen that can be displayed at various Santa Clarita events and other controlled settings, (ie. Concerts in the Park, Every 15 Minutes, High School Football Games, Emergency Expo, July 4th Parade, etc.).

Stories can be added, changed and modified for different audiences and venues.

The intention is give families an opportunity to share their story; to be a possible deterrent to other youth in our community and inspire sober living and healthy choices.

The digital display program will contain actual names (if the family approves) of local Santa Clarita youth who have died from a drug overdose. 

The Experience shall also be used in our local schools. The vehicle may be parked outside a school auditorium, showing a “promo” clip as the kids enter the auditorium. The full digital “experience” will then play in the auditorium, with Action and Sheriff Facilitators on hand to lead the discussion following the video.

Action Family Foundation Partners with William S. Hart School District for Valley’s First Free Public Sober School

 
In a historic move, January 13, 2014, the William S. Hart Union High School District and the
Action Family Foundation are partnering to open the first free public sober school.
Action Academy will be a sobriety school for local junior and senior high school students 
attending school within the district’s Santa Clarita Valley boundaries.
 
The campus will open at the Action Family Zone located at 20655 Soledad Canyon Road, Unit 
24 in Santa Clarita. Currently there are 20 slots available for students, 10 for junior high and 

Action Family Foundation Remembers Youth Who Died of Drug Overdoses

The Santa Clarita Valley lost seven young men and women to drug overdoses in the past three years, but they are not forgotten.

On Monday evening, the parents of these seven young people and the Action Family Foundation unveiled the No Forgotten Angels Christmas wreath at the KHTS kiosk in the Westfield Valencia Town Center....

Click 'Read More' to see pictures and the rest of the article.

Action Family Foundation Hosts Sheriff's Symposium

The Action Family Foundation is presenting it's first monthly speaker series, "Keep Me Informed" a panel and discussion with the City of Santa Clarita's Sheriff's Department J-Team.  

Topics that will be discussed include:

Underage Drinking & Driving: What are all the possible consequences?

Juvenile Records: Are they ever REALLY sealed?

Curfew: What are the penalties?

Trends: What are the new teen trends and what do I need to know?

Hang Outs: Where are teens hanging out and what are they doing?

Drugs: What's new, what are the signs, and what could I be missing?

With drug and alcohol residential treatment locations in Santa Clarita, Piru, and Bakersfield; Intensive Drug and Alcohol Outpatient in Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Ventura, Pasadena, and Bakersfield, Action Family Counseling is here to help you.

For information regarding admission, intake, and services please call Action Family Counseling at    (800) 367-8336 or visit http://www.actionfamilycounseling.com/

Being a teenager today is a lot different than when we were kids.
 
The social and academic pressures are different. Drugs, alcohol, sex and gangs, are today’s 
pressures.
 
For some kids these pressures become too great. That’s where Action can help. Action is the parent and teen support program that families depend on 
to help when the stress becomes too much for your teen. 
 
If you are having trouble with your teen call (800) 367-8336