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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:
Triple P Group (Parenting birth to 12)
Triple P Teen (Parenting 12 to 18)
Triple P Pathways (All ages)
BUILDING BLOCKS - October 6, 2016
Join us for developmental play coaching and toy distribution the first Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM, then stay on for free family play from 6 to 7 PM. Or simply bring the whole family to play at 6PM - it's up to you!
COMMISSION MTNG. - Oct. 20, 2016
The public is welcome to attend our First 5 Inyo Commission meetings which usually occur the third Thursday of every month at 10 AM at the social services building at 920 N. Main St. Agendas are posted here the week of the meeting, and if you would like to be added to the agenda contact Jody at 873-6453.
We have 2 vacant commission seats to fill, and anyone who works in early child health or education, or is a parent of a child birth to 5, is welcome to apply to the Inyo County Board of Supervisors for appointment. Click on the link above to learn more!
We distribute donated diapers of all sizes to help families in need. Please call Jody at
873-6453 if you have some extras to pass on!
COMMUNITY PARTNER TRAINING
You can get certified in Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) for free in Inyo County for a limited time! Triple P is an evidence-based family strengthening approach with many levels of intensity so you can use it in your own daily work with children and families. Click below to find more detailed information!
GROUP (Parenting 0-12)
PRIMARY (Referring Clients to Triple P)
LIFESTYLE (Family Nutrition & Fitness)
PATHWAYS (Anger & Stress Mngmt.)
STEPPING STONES (Parenting Children with Developmental Disabilities)
The First 5 Inyo Commission has decided to focus the majority of its allocation on funding Family Strengthening and Early Child Health programs as primary goals until 2020.
Under the goal area of Child Health:
-Northern Inyo Hospital was approved for a grant from 2015 to 2018 to support early birth and breastfeeding supports at their campus. Contracting is currently under way for both birthing classes and a breastfeeding support group that the hospital will offer.
-Early childhood educators, caregivers, health providers, and families are all welcome to participate in our free online Inyo Ages & Stages screening network that is being developed too.
Under the goal area of Family Strengthening:
-First 5 Inyo is also sponsoring the development of a Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) network to offer community wide parenting education. Agencies who want to participate in training and support are welcome to contact 873-6453.
-Early literacy is a primary predictor of a host of lifelong benefits, both for individual children and the communties they will contribute to in their lifetime. To learn more about our Reach Out and Read, Raising A Reader, and early language acquisition programs email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Five Protective Factors
You can get information about the 5 Protective Factors Framework to help prevent child abuse and neglect in our community below:
First 5 Inyo Protective Factors
Inyo Families United Network
Also visit this local resource guide for contact info to supports in each of the 5 protective factors categories:
Local Resource Guide