South Bay Families Connected

The information on this page is intended for parents, caregivers, teachers, grandparents, coaches, and anyone committed to helping youth thrive. Please check back often as we continually add new information, events, and resources for parents at our 90 Families Connected Partner Schools.

Please note, some of the links on our pages will take you out of our website, but SBFC will remain open in your browser window.

Youth Wellness Resources

Promoting Social Emotional Wellness Tools

South bay teen wellness

Access social emotional wellness resources from Casel, Edutopia, Challenge Success, and more.

South Bay youth wellness

Resources to help us create an inclusive and supportive environment for all of our youth. 


Help youth find balance, connect with purpose, and build resilience.


Resources and support for…

Helping Your Teen Build Healthy…

Launching Youth Into Adulthood

All of the topics below are combined on one page, which you can access by clicking on any button:


Information and Resources for Parents of Youth Who Are:


Substance Use Prevention Resources on the Families Connected Website

Substance-use prevention pages for parents with kids in:


Preventing underage tobacco product use and vaping


Prevention Education and Youth Activation

Pass On It is a teen substance use prevention project.that partners with Families Connected to bring alcohol and drug education to youth. The current topic of focus is vaping and tobacco. Click on the logo to read blogs from youth sharing why they choose to say, "I'll pass," when it comes to drugs and alcohol. 

Opioid abuse awareness and prevention


Access Help

SBFC’s education partner, Beach Cities Health District, provides South Bay residents with mental health treatment referral through their online and in-person service. Just call 310-374-3426, ext. 256

Stay Connected

If you haven't already, please fill out the form below to sign-up for our free and informative monthly SBFC Parent E-newsletter, addressing everything from helping your teen de-stress to preventing substance abuse.

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