Forming Formed: 1993 Established: 1997
This page last updated:5/1/2013
Rancho Cucamonga, California,
(Inland Empire, Southern California)
We are a home-sharing community for foster youth 18 to 23 years old who are homeless and need housing, work, education, and training for independent living. Job-seeking assistance and other resources are provided to help youths find employment and gain education and skills to become self-sufficient. If accepted in the program, young people are expected to assist with housekeeping chores, make job-search efforts, work, and contribute toward their room and board.
We are a full-service social services agency comprised of a group of dedicated social workers who provide child protection social services. We perform social home studies for placement of children, child protection investigations, and reports to law enforcement and courts, as well as training of social services and law enforcement workers, mandated reporters, and other personnel. We monitor visitations and provide reports to both the family law and juvenile/dependency court in child custody cases. We also make referrals to community agencies. If there are questions, please call.
For reporting suspected child abuse and neglect, call local law enforcement or child protective services where you live.
Community location is placed at the center of the zip/postal code, city/state, or city/country (not based on street addresses)
Former/Other Names: PeopleAgainstAbuse and Neglect of Children International
This page last updated:5/1/2013
(By appointment only)
Visitor Process: Call and make an appointment for a visit.
Statement of Housing Non-discrimination:
Our community does not discriminate in regards to housing based on race/color, national origin, religion, sex/gender, family status (i.e. having children, not having children, or being pregnant), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, ancestry, source of income, age, creed, personal appearance, political affiliation, HIV infection, military/veteran status, unfavorable military discharge, gender identity or expression, receiving public assistance, or being the victim of domestic abuse.
Members(adults and children):
By a group of elders or other leaders
Labor and Money
Members have independent finances
(Take care of their own living space and participate with others in the clean up of general living areas)
(small security deposit)
(Room and board according to income)
Land and Buildings
0.4 acres (0.2 hectares)
Land Owned By:
A subgroup of community members
Percentage of Food Grown:
Share Community Meals:
Nearly all dinners
Dietary Choice or Restrictions:
There are some dietary restrictions
(Diebetic / other dieting is considered)
Common Spiritual Practices:
Which Spiritual Traditions(s):
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Current editor(s): TerraRica
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