Create a Hygiene Kit for At-Risk Teens – RESPECT Project

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Create a Hygiene Kit for At-Risk Teens - RESPECT Project

About: The RESPECT Project is for at-risk teens. Students are able to hang out at a Sheriff’s youth center in San Marcos with Deputies who teach decision-making skills and provide encouragement and resources to students and their families.

Hygiene Kits:
 A hygiene kit can provide a little confidence to a teen who doesn’t have a lot of guidance and who may not have the resources to purchase these items. The kits will be given out by RESPECT Project staff to the students as needed.

Please place all items inside clear plastic containers or bags.

Suggested Kits:

  • Boy Kit: Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Soap/Body Wash, Shampoo, Shaving Gel, Razor, Comb, “AXE” Deodorant, Chap Stick, Nail Clippers.
  • Girl Kit:  Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Soap/Body Wash, Shampoo, Conditioner, Face Wash, Shaving Gel, Razor, Degree Deodorant, Lip Balm, Nail Clippers, Nail File, Feminine Hygiene Products (pads & tampons).

Drop off Location:  RESPECT Project facility, located in the County Complex at 151 E Carmel St, San Marcos.

Drop off Times
 Monday-Friday 9am-1pm.  Appointments Required.

Size of Items
: For packaged kits, toiletry size products are acceptable.  RESPECT also accepts full-size/bulk products apart from hygiene kits.

Number of Kits:
RESPECT Project serves about 30 new students per school semester with 15-20 program graduates returning throughout the week for extra support.  RESPECT will accept any number of kits, but please no more than 50 due to storage concerns.

Questions:  Deputy Sheriff Dustin Nelson, [email protected]

Additional Info

Available Spots: Open

Date/Time: Flexible Days

  • Hands On
  • Individual
Partner Organization:
151 E Carmel Street
San Marcos
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