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Elementary School Information

Student Information and Activity Booklets

Foletto de Actividades e Informacion para el Estudiante

Teen Resources

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A Light of Hope

(661) 513-4325 | Ages 13-30 | alightofhopescv.org

Individuals facing drug and alcohol dependency, depression, cutting, sexual abuse, eating disorders, and behavioral issues are offered weekly support group meetings and alternative peer group activities and events. Support groups are provided to youth/ young adults, family members, caregivers, and siblings.

23780 Newhall Ave. Suite 201, Newhall, CA 91321. 661-513-HEAL (4325). Heal@alightofhopescv.org


ACTION Parent & Teen Support Group Programs

(800) FOR-TEENS & 661-297-4660 | Ages 12-Young Adult | www.ActionFamily.org

Certified and licensed counseling staff offers free weekly meetings for parents and teens. ACTION works with teen anger, teen depression, defiance and rebellion, truancy, self-esteem, drug and alcohol dependency, gang involvement and many of the behavioral health issues that face teens today such as self-mutilation, sexual abuse and eating disorders.


Addiction Group

www.AddictionGroup.org/alcohol

This free website offers information on alcohol misuse, abuse, and addiction. Learn about alcohol’s effects on the body and mind, alcohol use disorder, and treatment options.


Al-Anon Family Groups

(818) 760-7122 | Ages 7+ | www.scws-al-anon.org

Addiction recovery meetings for both individuals and families living with an alcoholic. In addition, Alateen is a fellowship of young Al-Anon members, usually teenagers, whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.


Alcoholics Anonymous – SCV Central Office

(661) 250-9922 | All Ages | www.aascv.org

Addiction recovery meetings for individuals who are alcoholics themselves and access to directories and literature.


Child & Family Center

(661) 259-9439 | Ages Birth-25 | www.childfamilycenter.org

Provides mental health, behavioral, and educational services for children and families.


DrugRehabSantaClarita.com

(888) 396-3784 | Ages 18+ | www.DrugRehabSantaClarita.com

Online locators for residential addiction treatment facilities with a featured hotline equipped with counselors.


Narcotics Anonymous – Santa Clarita Area

(661) 299-5599 | All Ages | www.na.org

Narcotics addiction recovery meetings and the distribution of NA literature.


National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence of the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valley, Inc. (NCADD)

(661) 253-9400 | Information and referral: All ages. Prevention and education: Adults | http://www.ncadd-sfv.org

Provides prevention, education, and referral services regarding alcoholism and other drug addictions. Drug testing is also available.


*These resources are for informational purposes only. The City of Santa Clarita doesn’t endorse or profit from any of these organizations.