Parent Child Home Program
Supervisors:Â Juan Heredia and Scarlett MacDonald
Phone Number:Â (951) 823-0362
PCHP consist of visits which are 30 minutes each for two cycles of 18 weeks each, during which the family receives a book a week and a toy the following, and so on , which will stay with the child as a gift for parents to continue using them. The objective is that at the end of the program they will have a small library and a collection of educational toys. During the visits home visitors work with parents and children as a model for parents to achieve a positive interaction with a timeshare quality parent-child .
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)
Supervisor: DianaÂ Mckenna
Phone number: 951-823-0360
Hippy is an evidenced-based program that works with families in their home to support parents in their critical role as their child’s first and most important teacher.Â HIPPY strengthens communities and families by empowering parents to actively prepare their children for success in school. ParentsÂ are provided with a set of carefully developed curriculum, books and materials designed to strengthen their children’s cognitive skills, early literacy skills, social/emotional and physical development.
Home Visitation Expectant Mothers Program
Supervisor: Raquel Acosta
The Home Visitation Expectant Mothers Program offers the opportunity for a family support worker to visit mothers throughout their pregnancy until their baby is six months of age. During this process, participants receive services such as educational, supportive, and a linkage of other community resources. Furthermore, the family support worker offers emotional support and assesses the baby’s developmental stages. This program also encourages father’s involvement in a child’s life.
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)
Facilitator:Â Miriam Pulido
Positive Parenting Program gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them manage their children’s behavior, parent problems, developing and build strong healthy relationships.
Supervisor: Jazay Vieyra
We provide funÂ educationalÂ puppet shows to children about asthma andÂ healthy eating. We also conduct free non invasive asthma screenings for children ages 0-5. With parents we conduct educational classes on how to control theirÂ child’sÂ asthma atÂ home. WeÂ participateÂ in health fairsÂ andÂ outreach events to promote asthma awareness.
Supervisor: Â Rosa Villegas
Offers free nutrition classes to adults in the community, educating in healthy living in topics such as eating, physical activity. Participate in community events and health fairs to promote healthy eating with delicious food demos. Help in the growing of a community garden, and also in the creation of one community project.
Clinical Community Health Worker Initiative
Executive Director: Alex Fajardo
El Sol neighborhood educational center seeks to support the health care system by addressing barriers by addressing barriers in health access Â through the integration of through the integration of Community Health Workers (CHW) with a focus on patient care coordination.Â This will be achieved by addressing the client and providers needs through a trusting relationship using the core values of a CHW: Trust, transparency, and honesty.