The Cal-SAFE Young Families Program promotes school achievement for teen parents and school readiness for the children of teen parents by enhancing the social and cognitive development of all children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social and other services.
The Young Families Program serves expectant and parenting teens and their children who reside within the San Jose Unified School District. Inter-district transfers are also available to students from the Campbell Union High School District who are interested in attending Broadway and participating in the Young Families Program. Students must meet the SJUSD inter-district transfer guidelines.
The Infant/Toddler Center at Broadway serves children from newborn to five years of age. Expectant and parenting students are given access to a variety of support services including academic and vocational counseling, pregnancy education, health and social services, guidance and counseling. Services are offered in both the community and in school settings throughout the year.
The primary source of referrals to the Young Families Program is through school nurses and attendance counselors but anyone can make a referral to the program. To make a referral please complete the referral form and return to the Young Families Program office.