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Student Support Services Resource Directory

The Santa Cruz County Office of Education and Cabrillo College recognize the importance of approaching the whole child in education. The method we use for supporting students is creating community solutions for student success.

We have created this resource directory to help you identify and connect with available community resources that exist to meet the needs of all children from birth to college. This resource guide allows anyone - administrators, students, and families - to connect with the resources available in Santa Cruz County so that students can take full advantage of learning opportunities.

Our hope is that by connecting those in need with community support services, we will positively impact high school graduation, post-secondary attainment and the path to successful careers.

Please call 211 for more resources.


The purpose of this resource directory is to connect students and families to available community resources to meet the needs of all children from birth to college so that students can take full advantage of learning opportunities.

This resource guide is for community, nonprofit, government, and social service agencies that provide low­cost, free, or sliding scale supportive services to children from birth to college. Entities must serve children, birth to college, in Santa Cruz County and enhance learning opportunities for student success.