• McKinney Vento Act defines “homeless” as an individual or family who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence.

    Goals for the Alvord Foster Youth and Homeless Education Program (FYHEP)

    • Identify the educational, physical, social needs of foster and homeless youth
    • Remove barriers to academic success for McKinney-Vento eligible students by providing needed supplies such as backpacks, school supplies, clothing, transportation, etc.
    • Determine gaps in education and provide support services directly and indirectly through referral to collaborate community resources
    • Improve student academic achievement and reduce student truancy, dropout rates, and delinquent behavior
    • Provide advocacy to promote the best interests of foster and homeless youth in the Alvord Unified School District so that all students reach their unlimited potential.

     

     

Contact Foster Youth

  • Thank you to our Community Partners & Resources

     

    Alvord Education Foundation

    American Red Cross

    Cardenas Markets

    City of Riverside

    Country Folks

    Costco

    Disney

    Feeding America

    Feed the Children

    Kaiser Permanente   

    Karol Kares Nancys Here

    Kiwanis Club of Riverside    

    La Sierra University Community Services

    Office of Councilman Jim Perry    

    Assembly Member Sabrina Cervantes

    Operation School Bell   

    Optimist Club

    Path of Life

    Pay It Forward With Love

    Project Kind

    Riverside County of Education

    Riverside Community College

    Riverside Unified School District

    Safehouse

    Salvation Army

    Savers    

    Schools First Federal Credit Union

    Stater Bros

    Wells Fargo Bank

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