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.
Packaging: Please place all items inside clear plastic containers or bags.
- 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]
Available Spots: Open
Date/Time: Flexible Days
151 E Carmel Street