Learn more about our COVID-19 relief programs.

Community Learning Centers Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at select locations. $150 weekly-scholarships available

A day program for working families that do not have access to childcare. This program will provide in-person educational support and free meals for students

*If you need a scholarship for Community Learning Center Day Program, please select “ Scholarship Need.” This will add you to our financial assistance list, where someone will contact you about completing the registration process and applying for a scholarship. After-School program Monday-Friday 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. FREE for all students who qualify for free and reduced lunch

For three hours every weekday, hundreds of children will be able to take dance and yoga classes, learn organic gardening, take part in outdoor activities, and eat a healthy snack.

*If you’re not a current member, please register and then return to the parent tab and click payment to finish the registration.


Newest Program coming March 6, 2021

Back on Track

This program is a three-pronged approach to get our students back on track and performing at grade level. When we opened our doors as full-day Learning and Enrichment Centers last August, we soon realized many of the students were struggling and in need of an extra layer of educational assistance. Our staff recognized early that our kids needed additional time with their school work. Clubs will be open on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. for students in first through fifth grade. Super Saturdays will offer tutoring in Math and ELA, fun educational projects in Social Sciences, sports clinics, and organized games. Students along their Saturday journey receive awards and incentives based on participation. After getting eight punches on their Saturday ticket, the student then qualifies to be part of a day at Camp Whittier.

Other components of the Back on Track program include Summer Spectacular that is a nine-week summer camp and Power Hour, an after-school tutoring program for grades K-12. All three programs will have an educational component that will improve literacy and math skills to get our kids back on track in their educational journey.



Education and Career Development provides opportunities for career exploration, educational enhancement and tutoring.

  • Strategic approach for academic success
  • Power Hour
  • Summer Spectacular- Nine week summer camp
  • College Bound
  • Chess Club

Character and Leadership Development encourages a member to become a responsible, caring citizen.

  • Youth of the Year
  • Keystone Club
  • Torch Club
  • Club 105
  • Teen Late Night

Health and Life Skills are initiatives to help youth achieve and maintain healthy, active lifestyles.

  • Smart Journeys- Healthy Habits
  • SMART Girls
  • Passport to Manhood
  • Zero Hunger Meal Program
  • Culinary Arts for Teens
  • Roots to Shoots Gardening

The Arts help young people enhance self-expression and creativity. They provide exposure to and develop skills in crafts, and visual, performing, and literary arts.

  • Notes for Notes
  • Ceramics, Pottery and Specialized Art Programs
  • Dance and Movement
  • Film Camp

Sports, Fitness and Recreation programs help provide fitness, a positive use of leisure time, reduction of stress, appreciation for the environment, and social and interpersonal skills.

  • Sports Leagues- Basketball, Soccer, and Flag Football
  • Triple Play/Smart Journeys: A Game Plan for Mind, Body and Soul
  • Golf- SNAG and First Tee

Camp Whittier
Welcoming thousands of youth each year, Camp Whittier is a 94-acre camp located in the Santa Ynez Mountains that offers a variety of activities and is home to the Elings Science and Math Camp along with an extensive outdoor education curriculum.




UBGC strives to provide high quality programs that engage the youth we serve and enhance their learning. We would love to hear from you, our parents and supporters to help us grow our programs further. Below is a quick 2-3 minute survey! Thank you for your feedback and trust.



United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Carpinteria Club

Carpinteria Unit

4849 Foothill Road
Carpinteria, CA 93013
Phone: (805) 684-1568
Club Director:

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Goleta Club

Goleta Unit

5701 Hollister Avenue
Goleta, CA 93117
Phone: (805) 967-1612
Club Director: Jose Marquez

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Carpinteria Club

Downtown Unit

632 E Canon Perdido St,
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone: (805) 962-2382
Club Director:

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Lompoc Club

Lompoc Unit

1025 Ocean Avenue
Lompoc, CA 93436
Phone: (805) 736-4978
Club Director: Devika Stalling

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Westside Club

Westside Unit

602 W. Anapamu Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: (805)966-2811
Club Director:

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Buellton Club

Buellton Unit

Oak Valley Elementary School – Room 128
Buellton, CA 93427
Phone: (805) 686-4707
Club Director: Priscilla Hernandez

Solvang Unit

Solvang School – Lower Campus P19 (K-1st Playground area), Upper Campus Portable behind school
Phone: (805) 688-4030
Club Director: Priscilla Hernandez

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County Camp Whittier

Camp Whitter

2400 Hwy 154,
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Phone: (805) 962-6776

Administrative Office

1528 Chapala Street, Suite 309, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: (805) 681-1315 Fax: 805-681-1345
Chief Executive Officer:


Leonora Fillmore Elementary:
• 1211 E. Pine Avenue, Lompoc, CA 9343
• 805-742-2115

Arthur Hapgood Elementary:
• 324 S. A Street, Lompoc, CA 93436
• 805-742-2157

La Patera Elementary: at the Goleta Unit

La Honda STEAM Academy:
• 1213 A Street, Lompoc, CA 93436
• 805-742-2188