Though our header says, "Parent Resources", the information and resources on this website are really intended for anyone who is committed to helping youth, including teachers, coaches, school administrators, grandparents, counselors.... The list goes on. We truly hope you will find these resources helpful.. Thank you for visiting us, and please check back often as we continually add new information, events, and resources for our entire South Bay community and Partner Schools.

Please note, some of the buttons and resource page links will take you out of the this website, but SBFC will remain open in your browser window.

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.

Education and Resources to Help Our Kids Navigate and Cope with...

Information and Resources to Support Youth with Unique Needs

Substance Use Prevention

Substance-use prevention pages for parents with kids in:

SBFC's prevention projects


Prevention Education and Activities for Youth


Pass On It is a teen alcohol and drug prevention education project produced by SBFC. Click on the image above to read blogs from youth sharing why they choose to say, "I'll pass," when it comes to drugs and alcohol. 

Freedom4U seeks to assist the youth of the South Bay through their creativity and passions. They offer peer-driven healthy activities and events such as creative arts, life skills, service projects, and leadership opportunities to youth in the South Bay/Harbor Area of L.A.

Need Help?

Connect with Other Parents, Experts, and Information

Treatment Referrals


Beach Cities Health District offers a searchable online resource guide to help you find health-related resources and information for adults and families within the South Bay and Greater Los Angeles area. Need additional assistance? Contact Beach Cities Health District’s Community Services Department for more information at 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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