SCIP Trap Club
Enrollment is closed for this program
INSTRUCTOR: Deputy Bob Hauck
SCIP Fit @ Lunch
A lunchtime program for 1st-5th grade students. Program staff along with deputy sheriff’s and probation officers interact with the students in a variety of sports and recreational activities.
Program Coordinator: Sterling Wynne | Contact Deputy Saigeon at 916.291.4590
A reading program for students K-5th grades. Students actually read to K9 companions. Research supports the fact that students who read to dogs improve their overall reading scores.
Contact: 916-333-6464 ext. 2807
Funding Provided By
Contact: Deputy Saigeon at 916.291.4590
An interactive program designed to introduce law enforcement into the community in a positive manner.
Youth Leadership Council
SCIP’s Youth Leadership Council allows students, 12-18 years olds, plan activities, events, and attend statewide youth leadership events.
CLICK HERE to download the flyer Contact Sgt. Shelly: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A powerful leadership and mentoring program for skateboarding youth in grades 7-12. To learn more about Project Lifelong visit their Facebook Page.
Program Director: Sean LaTour | 916.333.6464 ext. 2807 or email at email@example.com
Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Arden Arcade
The Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Arden Arcade is a grassroots community coalition dedicated to creating an environment that promotes safe choices for its youth, especially around substance abuse. In 2015, the White House Drug Policy Office awarded a five year grant to support the coalition efforts.
The mission of CSHAA is to use collaborative planning and community action to foster an environment that encourages youth to make positive choices around health, substance use and violence.
Why Do We Do It
In the Arden Arcade region underage drinking and substance abuse has become a common community dynamic. The California Healthy Kids Survey (2013-2014) reports 1 in 5 teens in Arden Arcade have used alcohol or marijuana in the past 30 days.
Who We Are
CSHAA is comprised of community leaders, law enforcement, residents, and youth. We meet every 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Howe Park Community Center. We also have a youth groups at a variety of schools in the region. Contact Jessica Fielding for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Do We Do It
CSHAA utilizes a variety of prevention strategies that impact access, policy, enforcement, media advocacy, and community norms that support substance free youth.
- Youth Groups
- Online Registry for Alcohol-free Homes
- Decoy Operations
- Restorative Justice
- Increase Patrol
- Advocating for Policy Change
- Parent Workshops
- Free Training
If you are interested in getting involved with the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Arden Arcade, please contact Project Coordinator Jessica Fielding at 916-333-6464 ext. 2807 or via email at email@example.com.
All our welcome and encouraged to attend our coalition meetings
The Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Arden Arcade has a leadership board which includes 12 sector representatives from the Arden Arcade community.
Angela Da Re, Director of Prevention
Deputy Mike Saigeon
Sacramento County Sheriff
Dr. Eleanor Brown, Board President
Sacramento County Office of Education
Brad Fain, Store Manager
Youth Serving Organization
Fulton EL Camino Recreation & Park District
Tisho Ward, Parent
Resident of Arden Arcade
Angela Kellogg, Chaplain
Sacramento County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
Rachael Beutler, Prevention Coordinator
Sacramento County Alcohol and Drug Services DHHS
Stuart Nelson, Rotary Member
Aspire High School Student
This is a written commitment from parents to their child and to other parents. Parents agree that youth will not have access to alcohol in their home and that they welcome communication with other parents.
- As a Parent/Caregiver, I pledge to do my part in helping keep my child/teen alcohol free.
- I promise to talk with my child/teen about the dangers and harmful effects of underage drinking.
- I pledge to create an alcohol-free environment that is fun and safe for my child/teen and their friends.
- I also pledge to pick up my child/teen at any time or place if they find themselves in any uncomfortable situation where underage drinking is involved.
By signing this pledge, I agree that I will engage in meaningful conversations with my child/teen about the dangers of underage drinking.
I agree to allow my name to be posted or printed in connection with any publicity regarding the pledge.
* denotes a required field
This parent pledge was adopted from the SAMHSA “Talk. They Hear You.” Family Agreement Form
Click on this link to learn more information: http://www.samhsa.gov/underage-drinking
People Reaching Out
Parent-Teen workshop series assists parents/guardians in keeping their children safe from drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
Mutual Assistance Network
A family resource center geared towards residents in Arden Arcade.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Sacramento Region
Provides Strengthening Families, a family skills program, for families with children 3-16 years old.
Elica Healthcare Services
Primary and preventative family health care services in Arden Arcade.
Another Choice Another Chance
Substance abuse and mental health treatment center for youth ages 12-21 and their families.
Center for Fathers and Families
A family resource center geared to reach youth and parents that live in North Sacramento.
San Juan Unified School District Prevention Department
Parent and youth workshops that assist in keeping youth alcohol, drug, and tobacco free.
If you are a youth service provider and would like to be added to this list, please contact Jessica Fielding at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) is proud to introduce the S.H.O.C.K. program to students, parents, and school staff in Sacramento County. This very successful youth diversion program was developed by sheriff’s deputies from the Apple Valley Police Activities League and the Apple Valley Police Department, located approximately 92 miles east of Los Angeles.
The S.H.O.C.K. program along with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, will take a leadership role by partnering with Community-Based Organizations, local businesses, and other youth-serving agencies, to reach out to those youth considered at risk for making poor choices in their lives. Chronic absenteeism, continuous disruption to classroom learning, signs of experimentation with drugs and/or alcohol, as well as involvement with the gang lifestyle, are considered behaviors that could lead to devastating life-long consequences.
This program is designed to:
- Re-direct negative behavior
- Provide partnerships with law enforcement, the community and schools
- Increase understanding of the criminal justice system
- Emphasize the legal consequences of violating the law
Class #17-2 begins in Fall, 2017. Referrals to this class are accepted using our online referral system. (NOTE: there are new requirements for this program. Please view/print the S.H.O.C.K. information packet)
For more information, Download and view/print S.H.O.C.K. information packet or call 916-333-6464 ext. 2807
Other Great Programs
California Division of Corrections & Rehabilitation Prison Outreach Program (POP)
Download the Program Flyer
Contact: Deputy Saigeon / 916-333-6464 ext. 2807
Solano State Prison; Inmates and staff expose youth to the realities of prison life. This program is for both male and female youth 12-17 years old (Not on Probation)
Enrollment is closed. Please call or email to add child to the waiting list.
Program Days: Monday – Friday
Grades: 4th-9th students
Boxing is held at Edison Language Institute. 2950 Hurley Way. Children must be SCIP members and have turned in a signed physician’s report to participate in the boxing program.
Program Coordinator: Deputy Miguel Arias | 916-369.2134 | Email: email@example.com
Hockey (A Sharks in the Park Program)
Students learn the basics of hockey using age-appropriate equipment provided by the San Jose Sharks professional hockey team. Please contact SCIP to schedule a program at your school or recreation center.
Program Coordinator: Deputy Joe Gordon | Call 916.333.6464 ext. 2807
Students who attend school AND are willing to become positive leaders in their community are encouraged to complete a Member Application. Membership in SCIP is required in order to be eligible to participate in the many programs, activities, and events SCIP has to offer.
To become a member, print the PDF form and complete the entire packet, (make sure to sign in all areas where required).
Submit your completed application to:
Sheriff’s Community Impact Program
Attn: SCIP Membership
2350 Northrop Avenue
Sacramento CA 95825
Hours: Drop-off time is between 9:00am and 4:00pm (Monday-Friday)