RESPECT Project is a character building and mentoring program designed for teenage youth. Developed in 2014 by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the 12-week program aims to reduce juvenile delinquency, lower recidivism, and offer alternatives to street gangs, substance abuse, and a life trapped in the criminal justice system. RESPECT Project offers decision-making skills, encouragement, and comprehensive resources to students and their families. In addition to weekly classes and mentoring, RESPECT Project also partners with healthy community groups, businesses, and faith-based organizations to supplement the program and further en-rich the students’ personal lives.

For more information, please view our flyer.

If you would like to refer a teen, please fill out this form and email it to RespectProject@sdsheriff.org

Contact Information:
Todd Baker | (760)822-3778
Dustin Nelson | (760)415-6814

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