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Safe Alternatives to Treating Youth (SAFTY) Visit this website or call 1-888-334-2777

Safe Alternatives for Treating Youth (SAFTY) is a mobile crisis response service available 24/7 to all Santa Barbara County children and any youth the age of 20 and under.

SAFTY provides children’s crisis services in collaboration with CARES (Crisis And Recovery Emergency Services). The SAFTY program is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.  SAFTY provides quick and accessible service to families by providing specialized crisis intervention, in-home support and linkage to County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services or other appropriate services.  Working in collaboration with the child’s existing service providers, SAFTY seeks to keep youth and families safe in their homes and communities.
Smile Amazon Please support our school by shopping through Smile Amazon. 0.5% of purchases are donated back to the school through our PTSA.
Go Condors!
STUDENT BULLETIN The student bulletin is read daily. Check back often for important information.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association If your family members have any mental health concerns such as high levels of stress, depression or anxiety, visit this website to learn more. 
The Marjorie Luke Theatere It does not take more than a moment to realize that the soul of The Luke runs deep within the walls of its majestic, historic architecture. Built by skilled WPA artisans, dedicated to their crafts and completed in 1933, this theatre has a 75+ year history of music, dance and theatre. This legacy is infused with inspirational teaching by people who encouraged young people to take risks and explore their creative talents. In 1999 a groundswell of energy lead by parents, students, administrators and SBJHS alums began the process of bringing this historic theatre back to and beyond its original splendor.
Titile IX Title IX of the Education Acts of 1972 prohibits sex discrimination
Yearbook Purchase Buy your year book here.
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