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1 1 Home Visiting Descriptions Adolescent Family Life (AFLP): FREE voluntary comprehensive casemanagement with assistance in areas such as: medical, education, child care, transportation, housing, legal, counseling, food, finances, parent education. or parenting teens Enrollment before 19th birthdate Elaine Ellers, MSW Sutter Teen s Manager Sacramento County English, Spanish, Hmong Birth & Beyond Family Resource Centers provide family FREE support services and health education to pregnant women, fathers, and families with zero to five. B&B uses the evidenced-based Nurturing Parenting (NPP) for Infant, Toddlers, and Preschoolers (ITP), and adaptations including Prenatal NPP, and Father s NPP; other components include: Home Visitation: provides in-home parenting education, to improve bonding, parent-child relationships, and child behavior. Also connects families with community resources. Parenting Workshops: workshops in multiple languages designed to improve parenting skills held at Family Resource Centers and other community locations. School Readiness: offers age appropriate learning and development skills and reading resources. Provide enrollment requirements and links families to their local school district. Crisis Intervention: assist families with concrete support in times of need. Families receive advocacy and resources to address Families with 0-5 years old and pregnant women No open CPS cases La Familia Counseling Center th St. Sacramento, CA , 95817, 95820, 95824, 95822, 95655, 95827, English, Spanish, Hmong, Mandarin River Oak Family Resource Center at Dunlap House in Oak Park th St. Sacramento, CA , 95814, 95816, 95817, English, Spanish, Hmong 95818, 95819, WellSpace Health s North Highlands Multi-Service Center 6015 Watt Ave. Ste. 2 North Highlands, CA Wellspacehealth.org , 95660, 95673, 95841, English, Spanish, Russian 95843, 95842, Folsom Cordova Community Partnership Coloma Rd. Ste. 200 Rancho Cordova, CA , 95655, 95670, 95742, 95826, 95827, Meadowview Family Resource Center 2251 Florin Rd. Ste. 158 Sacramento, CA , 95831, 95832, 95690, 95818, 95758, English, Spanish, Armenian, Tagalog, French English, Spanish, Hmong, Vietnamese

2 2 Home Visiting Descriptions their immediate crisis. North Sacramento Family Resource Center 1217 Del Paso Blvd. Ste. B Sacramento, CA , 95833, English, Spanish, Russian, Hmong, Farsi Valley Hi Family Resource Center & The Village Project* 7000 Franklin Blvd. Ste. 820 Sacramento, CA , 95828, 95829, English, Spanish, Hmong, Vietnamese *African American families as target population living in zip codes: 95758, 95818, 95822, 95832, 95823, 95828, Firehouse Community Center 810 Grand Ave. Sacramento, CA , 95838, English, Spanish, Hmong Arcade Community Center 2300 Edison Ave. Sacramento, CA , English, Spanish Black Infant Health (BIH) FREE services whose goal is to improve the health of African American mothers and their babies residing in Sacramento County by providing a support group intervention with enhanced case management services African American women who are 18 years old or older, pregnant and/or parenting a child 3 months of age or younger Women referred must be able to participate in support group intervention Tech Center Dr., Ste. 800 Sacramento, CA Phone: Fax:

3 3 Home Visiting Descriptions or parenting teens Receiving benefits from Dept. of Human Assistance; Enrollment before 19 birthdate; Not graduated high school or earned a GED Cal-Learn- Mandatory comprehensive case management with assistance in areas such as: medical, education, child care, transportation, housing, legal, counseling, food, finances, parent education. Provides funds for transportation, child care, and support services Elaine Ellers, MSW Sutter Teen s Manager Early Steps To School Success will provide early childhood education services to children birth to five years of age, education services to their parents, and ongoing training to the community early childhood educators involved with the program. The program is designed to assist children with early language development, social and emotional development, and equip parents with the skills and knowledge to successfully support their child s growth. women and families with children 0-5 years of age. Carmen Mejia Early Childhood Home Visitor Fairsite School Readiness Center ext.306

4 4 Home Visiting Descriptions women and families with children 0-5 years of age WIC program eligibility DHHS WIC- Community Lactation Assistance (CLA) : provides home visits to lactating mothers high in need due to physical challenges and/or limited resources. Home visits usually include oneon-one lactation consults with a Lactation Consultant providing a feeding assessment and education. The WIC does not routinely offer home visits. Home visits are very limited and usually include delivery of a breast pump and/or basic hands-off breastfeeding triage and information. Nurse Family Partnership: A FREE program for women who are having their first baby. If you enroll, a registered nurse will visit with you in your home throughout pregnancy and continue to visit until your baby is 2 years old. The Breastfeeding Helpline: (English) (Spanish) Any first time pregnant women Enrollment before 7 months gestation Leesa Hooks, RN, BSN, SPHN To make referral: Phone: Fax: Sacramento County English, Spanish Sacramento County Office of Education Early Head Start: Home Based services are FREE to pregnant mothers and 0-3. Providing weekly home visits for 90 minutes in the families' homes and provide child development services and screenings, information on parenting, child health and nutrition, parent and child mental health, referrals to communities resources, and work with the family to develop and achieve family goals. Group socialization twice monthly where children and parents can engage in activities to foster attachment Early Head Start Home- Based mothers and 0-3 Families must meet income guidelines Erika Franzon Project Specialist School Readiness Dept.,

5 5 Home Visiting Descriptions and socialize with each other. Parent meetings/trainings on various topics, and field trips around the community. Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) is implementing Project Screening, Outreach, and Referral Services (SOARS) to provide FREE screening and referral services for children from infancy through age five who are at risk for developmental delays and/or disabilities. Screening and referral services will be prioritized for children and families served by transitional housing programs, WEAVE and the Sacramento Food Bank. Family Advocates will conduct voluntary developmental screenings for children using the Ages and Stage Questionnaires (ASQ) and ASQ-Social Emotional (SE) through home visits to maximize access to these services. Based on screening results, families will be referred for further assessments. Family Advocates will conduct home visits to develop a Service Plan for families to establish agreed upon goals for the families to access services for children with developmental delays and/or disabilities and other appropriate resources. Project SOARS will also develop a comprehensive approach to offer education, outreach, and training to parents/caregivers and providers that addresses the importance of screening services, early intervention, and Families with 0-5 Nancy Herota Director, School Readiness Educational Services phone: fax:

6 6 Home Visiting Descriptions treatment. Sacramento City Unified School District Head Start and Early Head Start: Home Based services are FREE to pregnant mothers and 0-5 living in the district s boundaries. Providing weekly home visits for 90 minutes in the families' homes and provide child development services and screenings, information on parenting, child health and nutrition, parent and child mental health, referrals to communities resources, and work with the family to develop and achieve family goals. Group socialization twice monthly where children and parents can engage in activities to foster attachment and socialize with each other. Parent meetings/trainings on various topics, and field trips around the community. Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. (SNAHC) Home Visitation Department is designed to assist and support families by providing culturally appropriate services. Our Community Health Representatives, with support from licensed Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health clinicians serve families that have Native American children in the home. Early Head Start Home- Based mothers and 0-3 Head Start Home-Based Children ages 3-5 Sacramento County families with 0-5 who may identify as Native American Families must meet income guidelines Some services require tribe membership documentation Anne Boulden-Schultze Child Development Coordinator Tara Stowbunenko Home Visitation Department Manager phone: x2219 fax:

7 7 Home Visiting Descriptions Early Head Start Home- Based mothers and 0-3 Families must meet income guidelines SETA Head Start and Early Head Start: Home Based services are FREE to pregnant mothers and 0-5. Providing weekly home visits for 90 minutes in the families' homes and provide child development services and screenings, information on parenting, child health and nutrition, parent and child mental health, referrals to communities resources, and work with the family to develop and achieve family goals. Group socialization twice monthly where children and parents can engage in activities to foster attachment and socialize with each other. Parent meetings/trainings on various topics, and field trips around the community. Sunburst Projects provides FREE support services for youth and families living with HIV/AIDS in Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado counties. Our medical case management and mental health services, home visitation, school advocacy, and legal support are some of the services provided. We also offer groups that provide opportunities to give and receive support from peers and stay current about HIV/AIDS. The maternal and childhood health program provides mothers living with HIV with valuable knowledge and support throughout pregnancy, labor and delivery. Follows mothers and children closely to foster healthy child development and post-partum Head Start Home-Based Children ages 3-5 To qualify for services an individual or a family member has to be living with HIV/AIDS. Heather McClellan-Brandusa SETA Head Start Sunburst Projects th Street, Suite 1A Sacramento, CA (916) Call to make a referral

8 8 Home Visiting Descriptions recovery. Sunburst Projects provides residential camps for infected and affected youth ages 6 to 12 and youth leadership camps for ages 13 to 18. In addition a One Love Conference is offered yearly to young adults living with HIV/AIDS ages 17 to 25.

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