• 0-5 Program

    CASA of Tulare County

    Volunteer advocates are recruited and trained to work with children zero through five years of age in the child welfare system. Activities focus on ensuring children's health is consistently monitored, helping to see that health needs are met, and assessing for developmental delays.

  • Addressing Childhood Trauma

    Family Services of Tulare County

    Co-parent education and supervised visitation are provided to raise the awareness of divorcing parents about the impact of their behavior on their children, and to increase parents' capacity to provide a safe and secure environment.

  • Family Connections

    CASA of Tulare County

    The program provides permanency planning by connecting children with as many appropriate family members, relative and non-relative as possible.

  • Cutler-Orosi Family Resource Center

    Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District

    The Family Resource Center for Cutler-Orosi provides family support services and referrals to specialty services, case management, developmental screenings, family literacy activities for parents and children, transportation services, and parent education classes.

  • Gang Awareness Parenting Program

    Tulare County Sheriff's Department

    The project educates incarcerated parents and their significant others involved in gangs or living in a gang environment to the consequences of exposure to violence to the health and development of their children.

  • Lindsay Family Resource Center

    Lindsay Unified School District

    The Lindsay Family Resource Center provides basic family support services, case management, insurance application assistance, home visiting, and parent education.

  • Porterville Family Resource Center

    Parenting Network

    This program provides information and referrals, counseling, case management, family support, basic emergency services, and advocacy. Families of children with disabilities and special needs are also served.

  • Visalia Family Resource Center

    Parenting Network

    This program provides information and referrals, counseling, case management, family support, basic emergency services, and advocacy. Families of children with disabilities and special needs are also served.

Healthy Children

Programs that support the mental and physical health of children

School Readiness

Programs that support a child's readiness for kindergarten

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