Promoting Healthy Families in Healthy Communities
Crawford Community Connection (CCC) ensures that Crawford Cluster schools and their students are linked to a network of services and community resources to eliminate barriers to student access. Established in 1990, the CCC serves all students and families in Mid-City as a school-based family resource center located on the Crawford High School campus.
- New Arrivals Support Program – partners with diverse community programs to serve students and their families in Mid City, including a large population of immigrants, refugees, and asylees, by linking them to the resources and services they need including college scholarships, case management, and Prom Drive which allows students who wouldn’t normally be able to afford the expenses associated with prom the opportunity to attend.
- PSRO – Parent, Student, Resident Organization
- First 5 First Steps
- County of San Diego service eligibility worker to assist with HHSA MediCal, Cal Fresh, CalWorks enrollments
- Resource connections of all kinds! Emergency food, medical and dental assistance, public benefit screenings, parent and child development services, and more
The SAY San Diego CCC team also convenes and facilitates the Crawford Community Collaborative – a network of over 50 agencies and school representatives. The Collaborative provides opportunities for ideas, communication, coordination, advocacy, and networking to support students and families living and attending schools in the Crawford Cluster community.
Funding Partners: The California Endowment, First 5 San Diego, the San Diego Unified School District, and The San Diego Women’s Foundation.