Cal-SAFE

  • The California School Age Families Education (Cal-SAFE) Program is a comprehensive, integrated, community-linked, school-based program that serves expectant and parenting students and their infants and toddlers. The program is designed to improve the educational experience, increase the availability of support services for enrolled teen parents, and provide child care and development services for their children.
     

    ELIGIBILITY: Female and male students age 18 and younger who have not graduated from high school, if they are an expectant parent, a custodial parent, or a parent taking an active role in the care and supervision of their child.

    CHILDREN: Ages six weeks to 2 and a half years.

    LOCATIONS: Cal-SAFE is currently offered at these locations:
     

    LAUSD EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM LOCATIONS

    STREET ADDRESS

    CITY, STATE

    ZIP

    PHONE

    FAX

    CLEVELAND INFANT CENTER

    19031 W. STRATHERN STREET

    RESEDA, CA

    91335

    (818) 349-8410

    (818) 727-0964

    LOCKE INFANT CENTER

    320 E 111TH ST

    LOS ANGELES, CA

    90061

    (323) 755-0102

    (323) 242-8621

    RAMONA INFANT CENTER

    231 S. ALMA AVE.

    LOS ANGELES, CA

    90063

    (323) 266-7650

    (323) 266-7698

    ROOSEVELT INFANT CENTER

    456 S. MATTHEWS ST.

    LOS ANGELES, CA

    90033

    (323) 780-6635

    (323) 780-6636

     
     
    HOURS AND DAYS OF OPERATION: The program is offered during the high school's instructional time, usually six hours per day for 180 days per year.
     

    SUPPORT STAFF: Nurse, School Mental Health Consultant, Pupil Services and Attendance Counselor

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: The district is required by the California Department of Education to provide professional development to all Cal-SAFE staff. The division provides professional development in curriculum, instruction and assessment.