When children are sexually abused and exploited, this can be detrimental to their ability to learn and grow. In order to move past these traumatic events, proper guidance and counseling is needed. Additionally, measures can be taken to prevent these situations from happening in the first place.
Placer County Office of Education is starting new programs to help those affected by sexual exploitation, in addition to taking steps to prevent these events from happening.
Our caring team offers the helpful support these children and their families need during these dreadful times.
For additional information please contact the members of our PCOE team dedicated to supporting the Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth Program.
Evelyn Del Bosque
Community Liaison Bilingual
Student Support Practitioner
Coordinator, Prevention Support
DOES PCOE OFFER SUPPORT FOR HOMELESSNESS?
Yes. PCOE offers many resources and supports for children and youth experiencing homelessness. Visit our McKinney-Vento Homeless Education page to learn more.
MY CHILD STRUGGLES WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. WHERE CAN I FIND HELP?
PCOE offers a wide variety of support options for those experiencing a mental illness. Visit our Student Mental Wellness page to learn more.
WHAT SUPPORTS DOES PCOE OFFER FOR FOSTER CHILDREN?
PCOE is happy to offer assistance to foster children in need. We provide support with academics, social/emotional assistance, transitioning, vocational help, and counseling supports and interventions. Visit our Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program page to learn more.
TRAINING: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
October 16-17, 2019 from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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