Family and Youth Intervention Program (FYIP) Updated: Apr 24, 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Family and Youth Intervention Program?
The Family and Youth Intervention Program’s mission is to positively engage families and their children (ages 7-17), who are experiencing relationship and/or developmental challenges. FYIP staff collaborate with Police Services, Los Angeles Probation Department, all City departments, local schools and agencies to assist children and their families with multidisciplinary intervention strategies. 
What are Some of the Services Offered Through the FYIP?

FYIP Services Include:

Family and Youth Case Management

Youth Support Group

Community Based Probation

Community Service

Parent Education

School Attendance Review Team (SART)

Saturday Leadership Academy

Diversity Programs including annual Cesar E. Chavez Recognition luncheon and Museum of Tolerance field trips

Where is the Family and Youth Intervention Program Located?

Betty Wilson Center

11641 Florence Ave.

Monday – Friday

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

If you would like more information please call (562)929-7431.

How do I Initiate Contact for a Child or Family?

By simply calling the offices for an appointment, by inquiring with any City office/facility, or by using MySFS.

MySFS

If you haven't used MySFS before, you will need to create an account. If you have any problems, please send us an e-mail at support@santafesprings.org.

Can my Teenager Satisfy his/her Court Ordered Community Service Through this Program?
Yes, the service is free to Santa Fe Springs residents and there is a $100 fee for non-residents.
What do I do if I Didn't Find the Answer to my Question?
If your question related to the Family and Youth Inventention Program isn't listed above, please call (562) 929-7431 or you may send us your question (or request) using MySFS.

MySFS

If you haven't used MySFS before, you will need to create an account. If you have any problems, please send us an e-mail at support@santafesprings.org.