Evening Learning Center


The Evening Learning Center (ELC) operates five days a week, 52 weeks of the year during peak crime hours. The program provides evidence based non-residential supervision services to moderate to moderate-high risk youth, ages 11-18, allowing them to remain in their home and receive therapeutic services that support their learning styles and characteristics in order to reinforce pro-social behaviors. 

Referrals accepted by Imperial County Probation Department, Juvenile Courts (NOTE: 20% Non-Adjudication Cap)

Service Include:

Mentor Support 

Court Support

Case Management Services 

Goal Planning and Support

Family Interventions

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

Group Social and Life Skills Workshops

Academic Support

Workforce Development

Daily Supervision 

Substance Abuse Monitoring

Recreational Activities 

Art-Focused Activities 

Linkage to Community Service

Trauma-Informed Practices 


Youth Ages 11-18

Imperial County Residence who resides within: El Centro, Calexico, Heber, Holtville, Imperial, Brawley, Westmorland and Seeley City limits

Moderate to High Risk Justice Involved/Adjudicated Youth

Pre-Adjudication Youth


Rite Track Youth Services provides community-based and family-focused programming to at-promise youth.