Homeless Program / S.T.E.P.

Homeless Program / S.T.E.P. 2017-12-21T09:02:05+00:00
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The STEP Program provides educational support that enables students without a home, or in transition, to achieve academic success. Support may include transportation, school supplies, access to academic support, and referrals to community resources.

Salem-Keizer Public Schools

Students In Transition Educational Program

Phone:

503-391-4060

Email:

robins_donna@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Paulus Administration Center

1309 Ferry St SE
Salem, OR 97301

Donna Robins Portrait

Donna Robins,
Senior Secretary

Contact Homeless Program / STEP

About STEP / Homeless Program

The STEP Program provides educational support that enables students without a home, or in transition, to achieve academic success. Support may include transportation, school supplies, access to academic support, and referrals to community resources.

Julie Conn-Johnson,
District Homeless Liaison

Donna Lue Robins, 
Program Secretary

Informational PDFs on the STEP / Homeless Program

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S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources – English

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S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources – Spanish

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S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources –Marshallese

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S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources – Russian

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S.T.E.P. Youth Resources Brochure with information on meal sites, shelters, medical, family, education, emergency assistance, employment, food/cloothing, housing, legal, social services. – English

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S.T.E.P. Youth Resources Brochure with information on meal sites, shelters, medical, family, education, emergency assistance, employment, food/cloothing, housing, legal, social services. – Spanish

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What are teens rights if they find themselves living in a shelter, car, on the street or other?

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Homelessness “At a Glance” flyer

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Information on the 2002 McKinney-Vento Act that ensured education for youths experiencing homelessness

Download Attachments

File Description Date added File size
pdf Teens Know Your Rights What are teens rights if they find themselves living in a shelter, car, on the street or other?
November 7, 2017 9:40 am 251 KB
pdf S.T.E.P. Youth Resources Brochure S.T.E.P. Youth Resources Brochure with information on meal sites, shelters, medical, family, education, emergency assistance, employment, food/cloothing, housing, legal, social servics.
November 7, 2017 9:42 am 494 KB
pdf Homelessness "At a Glance" November 7, 2017 9:40 am 580 KB
pdf S.T.E.P. Donation Flyer November 7, 2017 9:40 am 250 KB
pdf Students in Transition Education Program Brochure S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources
November 7, 2017 9:42 am 721 KB
pdf S.T.E.P. Youth Resources Brochure - Spanish November 7, 2017 9:42 am 430 KB
pdf Students in Transition Education Program Brochure - Russian S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources in Russian
November 7, 2017 9:42 am 357 KB
pdf Students in Transition Education Program Brochure - Marshallese S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources in Marshallese
November 7, 2017 9:42 am 691 KB
pdf Students in Transition Education Program Brochure - Spanish S.T.E.P. brochure with contacts, information, and resources - Spanish
November 7, 2017 9:42 am 727 KB
pdf McKinney-Vento Act Information on the 2002 McKinney-Vento Act that ensured education for youths experiencing homelessness
November 7, 2017 9:40 am 140 KB