Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)
This program is designed to assist single parents receiving public assistance with supportive services and limited financial assistance to help offset childcare and/or educational costs, including transportation. To qualify, a student must be EOPS eligible.
The CARE Center provides CARE students with a space to study and complete homework assignments, talk with other CARE students and meet with the CARE/CAFYES specialist. A computer lab is available for student use. Also, an academic counselor is on site several days a week for student convenience.
The CARE Center is a child-friendly site; therefore CARE parents are encouraged to bring their children with them when they visit the CARE Center. For more information, call 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3623, or visit the CARE Center in building A, Room 203.