Homeless Youth

  • Child Welfare & Attendance office of Student Support Services coordinates programs for homeless and foster youth to break down barriers to school enrollment and create academic stability for our students. We ensure immediate enrollment in the Free & Reduced lunch program, assist families with before and after school programs, and facilitate communication and problem-solving between families and school site staff.

    GUSD collaborates with the Housing Department, Police Department, Glendale Youth Alliance, Pacific Clinics, Didi Hirsch, Ascencia, YMCA, Las Caritas, an Auxiliary of Assistance League of Glendale, Glendale Council PTA, Shoes That Fit, Assistance League of Glendale - Operation School Bell, and Los Angeles County of Education.

     

    Services Provided

    • Mental health counseling
    • Parenting classes
    • Tutoring
    • Transportation
    • Housing and shelter referrals
    • Food Pantry
    • Shoes
    • School uniforms
    • School supplies
    • Youth Employment through GYA referrals
    • Teen & Police Partnership (TAPP)
    • Supporting Hope in New Experiences (S.H.I.N.E.)
    • Building Bridges  (B.B.)

     

    Project Access to Children’s Education (PACE) Program

     The PACE program provides various services to our homeless students and their families, including:

    • Backpacks
    • School supplies
    • Shoes
    • Food Pantry
    • Glendale Beeline Bus Passes

     Forms

     

    Student Nighttime Residency Form

    Translations:        Armenian  |  Korean   |  Spanish

     

    Parent Living with Another Party

    Translations:        Armenian  |  Korean  |  Spanish

     

    Student Living with Another Party

    Translations:        Armenian  |  Korean  |  Spanish