Project Lifelong Outdoor Adventure Series A Collaborative Program of the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program and the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District The Project Lifelong Outdoor Adventure Series is designed to give teenagers a variety of unforgettable environmental experiences. Rock climbing, ATV riding, paddle boarding, hiking, camping, you name it! This powerful program combines experiential […]
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The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program along with the Sheriff’s Youth Services Unit Present Careers Camp, 2017 WHO: Middle School Students (12-14 years old) WHEN: Monday, April 10th through Friday, April 14th TIME: 8:30am to 3:30pm each day Note: Lunch will be provided by SCIP staff each day. It is recommended students bring snacks. LOCATION: 1) […]
Skateboarding youth defying negative stereotypes in Sacramento County A few weeks ago, the Project Lifelong skateboard division of the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program decided to participate in a local fundraising event. The thirteen teenagers in our group voted to skate at a local park in the morning, prior to the event that would follow in […]
Kaiser Permanente has been a partner with the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) for over four years. They have generously supported the Deputy Friend Program which is one of SCIP’S most powerful mentoring programs offered to our most at-risk youth. The Deputy Friend Youth Outreach program is a unique collaborative and innovative effort that partners Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputies with mental health professionals to deliver a powerful mentoring program for at-risk youth. Having a mental health professional who can work in direct partnership with our deputies increases our ability to meet the ever-increasing needs of our youth, families, and the community in which they live. The Deputy Friend Youth Outreach Program, with its Youth Advocate in place, is designed to strengthen the network of care for many of our most at-risk youth. The program runs concurrently with the school year, providing a minimum of 288 hours of intervention through youth advocacy provided by SCIP’S mental health professional and 216 hours of positive mentoring provided by a deputy sheriff. On behalf of the board of directors and staff for the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program, we want to thank Kaiser Permanente for their continued support and partnership in helping our youth and families stay connected to their community.