Stockton Unified School District

Families in Transition (FIT)

(209) 933-7028 ext. 8482 (Office Assistant)
(209) 933-7028

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Families in Transition (FIT) was created to provide assistance to transitional families with issues of school enrollment. The program is designed to identify transitional children and provide appropriate community resources in order to achieve self-sufficiency for the families and enhancement in the education of the children.

Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) serves homeless families with children and unaccompanied youth who are residing within the boundaries of SUSD. Services are offered to students who are pre-k through 12th grade or until age 21 years old, if the student is completing a high school diploma.

The FIT program provides case management services to eligible students, youth, and their families. Based on a comprehensive assessment of need, FIT case management services may include:

  • Assistance with school enrollment
  • Mediate in dispute resolution
  • Assist in determining school of origin
  • Attendance monitoring
  • Advocate with school intervention plans or treatment goals
  • Provide transportation for students and youth to school
  • Enrollment of students into free lunch program
  • Tutoring
  • Back to school pack (includes uniform, shoes, school supplies)
  • Parenting workshop (collaboration with SUSD Parent Resource Center)
  • Locating and utilizing appropriate community resources
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
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Main Location
1800 South Sutter Street
Room 14
Stockton, CA  95206
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