For Families

Not having permanent, long-term housing can impact your child in and out of school. Students who experience sudden life changes like switching homes or schools may have trouble learning, mood swings and anxiety.

Project Rise understands what you’re going through and can provide resources and assistance to help students and families.

Understanding your rights

You may qualify for certain rights when it comes to your APS student’s education. Project Rise can help you understand these rights and assist you with things like enrollment, attendance and transportation.

Help at School

Each Project Rise student at APS is assigned an academic advocate. Our advocates are professionals who work in the schools to make sure students have someone they can turn to so they stay on track.

Food Assistance

When students are hungry, they have a hard time concentrating and performing in school. That’s why Project Rise partners with DLM Food & Resources, which includes a food pantry, available for program participants.

For more information about how we help students and their families, contact:
Project Rise
330.761.2969
projectrise@apslearns.org

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