The City of Chino Hills contracts with the City of Chino, and in partnership with the Chino Valley Unified School District, to provide a number of school-based programs for CVUSD students and their families.
All school-based programs are a cooperative effort between the City of Chino, City of Chino Hills, and CVUSD. The goal of this partnership is to promote positive school experiences. For more information about signing up for the following programs, please speak to CVUSD school staff or call City of Chino Human Services at 909-334-3259.
This program provides counseling services to elementary school-age students experiencing family difficulties, low self-esteem, social adjustment problems, and/or behavioral difficulties. School site counseling is free to students who attend a CVUSD school.
This program provides counseling services to middle and high school-age students experiencing family difficulties, low self-esteem, social adjustment problems, and/or behavioral difficulties. School site counseling is free to students who attend CVUSD a school.
The Tobacco Use and Prevention Education (TUPE) Program consists of six intervention/prevention programs: Model Smoking Prevention Program (MSPP), Project ALERT, Project ALERT Booster, Smokeless Saturdays, Tobacco Advocacy Initiative (TAI) and Smoking Cessations, known as Call it Quits (CIQ). These programs provide 6th-12th grade students insight, understanding, and practical sills for resisting tobacco and substance abuse.
The CVUSD Family Resource Centers are school-based service sites dedicated to preserving and strengthening students and their families in need of support. Their purpose is to help remove a student’s nonacademic barriers to education by assisting children and families with much-needed information and resources. For more information, please call 909-628-1201, Ext. 8960. HOPE Family Resource Center Flyer
Visit the Hope Family Resource Center at the Alternative Education Center, 15650 Pipeline Avenue, Chino Hills, 91709 for assistance with:
Note - The City of Chino does offer additional counseling services to Chino Hills residents for $30 per session. For more information, please review the Human Services Brochure.