The Grossmont Justice Scholars Program maintains a database with hundreds of community and campus resources. This resource is updated regularly.
A supportive program for student parents who are receiving cash aid
Services provided include: Child Care, Gizmo’s Kitchen, Health Services, Mental Health Services, and Shower Facilities.
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) provides support services and/or grant funds to assist single parents with academic support and financial assistance.
Provides a schedule for picking up supplies such as library books, calculators and
more. Drive through distribution services will be provided as scheduled until further
Provides information about safety protocols and plans for returning to the campus
Extended Opportunities Program Services (EOPS) assists students who are identified as economically and educationally disadvantaged. Eligible students are provided with a wide range of support services to foster success.
Gizmo’s Kitchen is a ‘grab and go’ student food pantry that supports students by providing pre-packaged items suitable for an on-campus lunch or meal. Student toiletry items are also available.
Provides additional support for foster youth as you transition to independent living. Program can provide specialized academic, career and personal counseling, book vouchers, grant money and more.
Applications must be completed the semester prior to the award
Connects organizations to community resources, services and public benefits.
Guide for ex-offenders about returning to school after prison
The California Community Colleges are committed to serving students who have been impacted by the criminal justice system. Colleges supporting these students proudly form the Rising Scholars Network
Largest gang rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world. Providing training and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women, allowing them to redirect their lives to become contributing members of our communities
Project Rebound is a special admissions program assisting formerly incarcerated individuals
who might not normally qualify for university acceptance because of application deadlines
and minor academic deficiencies
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- CSU - Stanislaus
From reducing felony convictions to misdemeanors to dismissing/expunging your criminal record to getting Certificates of Rehabilitation, the County of San Diego Office of the Public Defender is pleased to help you with your Fresh Start
Provides FREE legal assistance with expungements, early termination of probation, and felony reductions to misdemeanor
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