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Fairfield Police Activities League (PAL) 

PAL uses traditional recreational programming (fun and choice-based) as a gateway to engage teens in activities that support the development of social and emotional skills required for positive self-identity and encourage them to become productive and active members of our community.
 

These programs—which are organized, structured, evidence-based, and adult facilitated—provide excellent opportunities for teens to develop and grow to become fully functioning adults. Participation in these activities is associated with:

  • autonomy and identity development
  • positive social relationships
  • learning conflict resolution
  • academic success
  • mental health
  • civic engagement
  • improved physical health

At PAL, we use traditional recreation to engage members in consistent and ongoing programs, mentorship, and activities which allow us to be the "missing middle", and present us with the opportunity to transform lives and our community. Everything we do revolves around what we call the "Theory of Change". Find out more about our theory here.

How to Become a PAL Member: 

The Fairfield PAL program is open to Fairfield, Suisun, and Travis teens ages 13-18. Memberships are free! You can apply at the Fairfield Community Center (1000 Kentucky Street) Monday through Friday between 11 am - 5:30 pm, with the exception of the 1st and 3rd Friday when all City offices are closed. A current student ID and registration form  is required to register. Participant must be present at the time of registration to take picture for their membership card. 

 

 Activities: CURRENT CALENDAR

Other Resources:

Fairfield PAL Food Pantry is for students, by students. The Food Pantry program provides FREE pantry items and volunteer opportunities for any local teens. Please call 707-422-6288 to schedule a pick up.

Scholarship Opportunity: The PAL Works! Career Café Program prepares local teens to build a career road map that will enable them to get a head start in the employment sector and career development. Teens selected for the program receive 60 hours of job exposure and 20 hours of strengths-based training. Fellows who successfully complete the program are eligible for a $1,200 stipend scholarship. For more information click here. 

Address & Phone:  

2195 Union Avenue
Fairfield, CA 94533
707.422.6288

Hours:

Monday-Thursday: 3-9 pm, Friday:  3-10:30 pm 

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