First 5 Solano Children and Families Commission FY2018/19 Funded Services

 

Priority 1-Health & Well-Being

Early Childhood Mental Health

A Better Way

Up to $100,000 to provide training on early childhood mental health for providers and community partners who come in contact with young children on topics such as developmental screenings and trauma informed care.

Solano County Health & Social Services

Up to $100,000 to provide Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) mental Health Services to children ages 0-5.

Child Haven

Up to $50,000 to provide developmental and social emotional screenings to high-risk children.

Uplift Family Services

Up to $100,000 to provide developmental and social emotional screenings to high-risk children.

Priority 1-Health & Well-Being

Priority 3-Family Support & Parent Education

Triple P-Positive Parenting Program

Child Haven

Up to $91,600 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Levels 3 & 4), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Child Start Inc.

Up to $20,000 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 2), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Fairfield Adult School

Up to $12,000 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 4 Group), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District-Family Resource Center

Up to $2,100 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 2), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Parents by Choice

Up to $250,000 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Levels 2, 3 & 4), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Rio Vista CARE

Up to $5,000 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 3), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Solano Family and Children’s Services

Up to $10,000 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 3), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Solano County Office of Education

Up to $4,200 to provide Triple P-Positive Parenting Program (Level 2), an evidence-based parent education program designed to strengthen families by promoting positive relationships and provide parents with practical strategies for handling parenting challenges.

Priority 2- Early Learning and Development

Pre-Kindergarten Academies

Benicia Unified School District

Up to $10,000 to provide 1 Pre-Kindergarten Academy session in Benicia.

Child Start Inc.

Up to $20,000 to provide 2 Pre-Kindergarten Academy sessions in Vallejo.

Dixon Unified School District

Up to $20,000 annually to provide 2 Pre-Kindergarten sessions in Dixon.

Fairfield Adult School

Up to $10,000 annually to provide 1 Pre-Kindergarten Academy session in Fairfield.

Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District

Up to $50,000 annually to provide 5 Pre-Kindergarten Academy sessions in Fairfield-Suisun.

New Dawn Vallejo

Up to $10,000 annually to provide 1 Pre-Kindergarten Academy session in Vallejo.

River Delta Unified School District

Up to $10,000 annually to provide 1 Pre-Kindergarten Academy session in Rio Vista.

Travis Unified School District

Up to $10,000 annually to provide 1 Pre-Kindergarten Academy Session in Fairfield.

Vacaville Unified School District

Up to $30,000 annually to provide 3 Pre-Kindergarten Academy sessions in Vacaville

Vallejo City Unified School District

Up to $30,000 annually to provide 3 Pre-Kindergarten Academy sessions in Vallejo.

Priority 2-Early Learning and Development

Quality Early Care and Education

Child Start, Inc.

Up to $50,000 annually to provide rent for the early care and education space at 275 Beck Ave, Fairfield.

Solano County Office of Education

Up to $307,157 to implement a quality rating & improvement system for early care and education sites, including training for providers to care for children with special needs.

Solano County Office of Education

Up to $75,000 to implement Raising a Reader at early care and education sites in Solano county.

Priority 3- Family Support and Parent Education

Family Strengthening

Rio Vista CARE

Up to $ $50,000 to provide comprehensive neighborhood-based services designed to ensure measurable improvements for “high-risk” families, such as those experiencing/at-risk of child neglect or abuse, poverty, family violence, substance abuse, homelessness or other pressing family needs.

Fighting Back Partnership

Up to $ $60,000 to provide comprehensive neighborhood-based services designed to ensure measurable improvements for “high-risk” families, such as those experiencing/at-risk of child neglect or abuse, poverty, family violence, substance abuse, homelessness or other pressing family needs.

Annual Grants Program

Care4Em

 

Up to $10,000 to provide classes that encourage healthy attachment, stress management and self-regulation.

Priority 1-Health and Well Being

Child Haven

Up to $10,000 to implement psychological testing for children 2-5 years of age who are not responding to mental health treatment.

Priority 1-Health and Well Being

Child Start Inc.

Up to $20,000 to implement the Footsteps2Brilliance program to increase early literacy in three Solano County Head Start programs.

Priority 2-Early Care and

Education

Solano Community College

Up to $20,000 to implement the Persistence Pays program to provide stipends to students seeking an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education.

Priority 2-Early Care and

Education

Planned Parenthood Northern CA

Up to $19,861 to integrate a direct food and housing support program into the existing case management program serving pregnant and parenting families with children ages 0-5.

Priority 3-Family Support & Parent Education

Seneca Family of Agencies

Up to $20,000 to provide interventions to promote housing and food security for young people enrolled in Transitional Age Youth Full Service Partnership who have children ages birth-5

Priority 3-Family Support & Parent Education

City of Suisun

Up to $20,000 to implement a splash pad that will provide the community with a free, unique activity for children 5 and under.

All Priority Areas

All Priority Areas

Collaboration and Linkages

Solano Family and Children’s Services

Up to $200,000 to provide Help Me Grow Solano resource and referral line for access and linkage to services, including family navigation/coordination.

All Priority Areas

Solano County Office of Education

Up to $30,000 to coordinate Solano Kids Thrive, a collective impact effort focused on expanding awareness of the consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care.

All Priority Areas