Click on individual listings below to view or print flyers for free events and services throughout Inyo County.
COMMISSION MEETING - June 28
The public is welcome to attend our First 5 Inyo Commission meetings. Click here for agendas and meeting packets.
Triple P Stepping Stones - June 26
A free parenting course for families with a child who has disabilities. Stepping Stones aims to make parenting children with disabilities easier. This 8 session class will offer evidence based strategies on positive parenting to help you enjoy being a parent and help your child develop well. Click here to learn more. Call Barbara at 760-873-4159 to register!
24/7 Dad - starts July 11
24/7 DAD is a program just for Dads! Fathers meet once a week to participate in activities and discussion groups. All men in a parenting role are welcome. Call Melissa to sign up at 760-872-2301. Click here to learn more.
Power of Play - in Lone Pine!
A fun and interactive summer program that teaches parents about the importance of developmental play and why they should talk, read, and sing to their child daily.
Session 1: June 25, 10am-12pm
Session 2: July 23, 10am-12pm
at the Lone Pine Park! Click here to learn more.
BUILDING BLOCKS- ongoing sign-up
This developmental play program for parents with children 10 months to 4 years is open for registration! Over the course of 6 weeks parents will learn about the importance of developmental play and interaction with their child. Call the First 5 office to sign-up today! Click here to learn more.
Now in three locations: Bishop, Independence, and Lone Pine. Click here to learn more. We distribute donated diapers of all sizes to help families in need.
Triple P PARENTING CLASSES
If you want to improve your relationship with your children or learn to better manage their misbehaviors, then join a Triple P Parenting Class offered regularly throughout the year. Call 873-6453 anytime to get on the waiting list for the next session of classes.
Ages & Stages Developmental Screenings
Reach Out & Read
First 5 Inyo is one of 58 county First 5 programs across California. Click here to learn more about First 5 California!
First 5 Inyo's vission is that all children in Inyo County will thrive in supportive, nurturing, and safe environments, enter school healthy and ready to learn, and become integrated, contributing members of society. Click here to learn more about our staff, mission, and background.
First 5 Inyo is guided by the First 5 Commission. The public is welcome to attend. Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of every month at 10am at the Social Services office at 920 N. Main Street in Bishop. Click here for more information about our First 5 Commission.
First 5 Inyo follows a five year strategic plan. Click here to read the 2014-19 Strategic Plan.