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SECOND QUARTER AGENCY PROGRESS REPORT FY 2018/2019   http://www.rccfc.org/


Children, birth through age 5, benefit from highquality early education, early intervention, family engagement, and support that prepares all children to reach their optimal potential in school and life.

GOAL 1 QUALITY EARLY LEARNING Funded Agencies 

   Riverside County Office of Education:       Riverside Hybrid Alternative Payment Program (RHAP)

July

RHAP Scholarships & Provider Quality Incentives (PQI) for Enrolled Children

Aug

821

607

377

942

690

Sept Oct

901

716

409

920

680

466

Nov

PQI RHAP PQI CAPP

327

878

593

Dec

2

100

867

OUR WORK

688

141

0

RHAP Scholarships

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

QSRC Site Comparison 600 136 131

n=502

128

n=430

n=325

400

n=138

500

299

366

300 197 200 100 0

116

22 FY 15/16

FY 16/17 Access & Quality

See Story Map for Distribution of Quality Early Learning Services

FY 17/18 IMPACT Sites

Qtr 2 FY 18/19

CSPP Sites

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


Children, birth through age 5, benefit from highquality early education, early intervention, family engagement, and support that prepares all children to reach their optimal potential in school and life.

GOAL 1 QUALITY EARLY LEARNING Funded Agencies 

  Consortium for Early Learning Services 

Early Learning Providers Trained (n=366) 66

265

OUR WORK 35

FCCH Teachers/Owners (18.03%)

ECE Centers Teachers/Admin (72.40%)

Alternative Site Staff (9.56%)

During Quarter 2 FY 18/19,

58

14

142

Jump Start to Quality Packages distributed to QSRC sites ranking Tier 3 or lower

QSRC Stipend Program Orientations provided to QSRC providers

QSRC providers attended Stipend Program Orientations

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


Children, birth through age 5, benefit from highquality early education, early intervention, family engagement, and support that prepares all children to reach their optimal potential in school and life.

GOAL 1 QUALITY EARLY LEARNING Funded Agencies      United Way of the Desert 

Raising a Reader Program began implementation on November 1, 2018.

1,287 children received the Raising a Reader program at targeted school sites, on a monthly basis (95% accomplishment)

OUR WORK

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


GOAL 2 COMPREHENSIVE GOAL 1.2     HEALTH & CHILD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

Children, prenatal through age 5, and their families access the full spectrum of health and behavioral health services needed to support their healthy physical and social-emotional development and overall health.

Funded Agencies     Riverside University Health System-Behavioral Health

Early Identification and Early Intervention - Integrated System of Care   2,000 1,149

Projected # Actual #

500

94

58% Children Receiving  an Initial Assessment  Children received a behavioral health screening  (DECA)

19% Children received a behavioral health screening  (ASQ-3)

500 353

240

71%

70%

Children served with pro-social groups

167

Children reviewed via the Child Study Team

1,005

148

15% Children served with classroom observations & consultations

242 of 210 Children served with with full treatment intervention PCIT has exceeded the projected target 115% of accomplishment

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


GOAL 2 COMPREHENSIVE GOAL 1.2     HEALTH & CHILD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

Children, prenatal through age 5, and their families access the full spectrum of health and behavioral health services needed to support their healthy physical and social-emotional development and overall health.

Funded Agencies     Desert Healthcare Foundation

   SoCal Water Babies, LLC

   Riverside University Health System Public Health-Nutrition & Physical Activity      Self-Assessment for Child Care (NAP SACC) 

Drowning Prevention 470 children received water safety classes (53% accomplishment) 411 children increased water safety skills (54% accomplishment)  663 parents, caregivers and community members participated in water safety workshops 

NAP SACC 201 of 200 projected QSRC child care providers trained in NAP SACC (101% accomplishment) 25 of 50 projected QSRC child care sites enrolled in NAP SACC  (50% accomplishment)      12 of 35 projected QSRC child care sites are NAP SACC certified  (34% accomplishment)      First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


GOAL 2 COMPREHENSIVE GOAL 1.2     HEALTH & CHILD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

Children, prenatal through age 5, and their families access the full spectrum of health and behavioral health services needed to support their healthy physical and social-emotional development and overall health.

Loma Linda University Children's Health

HMG-IE Summit I was convened to introduce the community to HMG, and

to convene stakeholder and partner engagement in the design of the strategic plan over 100 community stakeholders participated Three committees were identified child health provider outreach  family and community outreach  systems and sustainabililty focusing on outreach, screening, referral and follow-up to define local context considerations

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


GOAL 2 COMPREHENSIVE GOAL 1.2     HEALTH & CHILD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT

Children, prenatal through age 5, and their families access the full spectrum of health and behavioral health services needed to support their healthy physical and social-emotional development and overall health.

     DTI/LDPP-IE funds 10 agencies regionally across San Bernardino and Riverside Counties 

  University of California, Riverside    School of Medicine

DTI/LDPP-IE Virtual Dental Home (VDH) Strategy 8 Community Health Centers in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties are fully equipped with VDH equipment Over 100 children have received VDH services

Early Childhood Oral Health Assessment (ECOHA) Strategy The first iteration of the mobile application went live midDecember.

Over 450 children have received the assessment.

Work is underway to implement Reach Out and Read Program in pediatric clinics 4 F5R mission scholarship recipients

Building New Capacity to Expand Healthcare

remained enrolled First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


GOAL 3 RESILIENT FAMILIES

Families and communities are engaged, supported, and strengthened through culturally effective resources and opportunities that assist them in nurturing, caring, and providing for their children's success and well-being.

Funded Agencies

Jurupa Unified School District

Blindness Support Services     Family Services Association

    Parentz@Work

 John F Kennedy Memorial Foundation

   Riverside University Health System      Public Health

Home Visitation Expansion

302

Parents served with home visitation

Children served with home visitation

33

177

Children provided with an initial assessment

Number of initial screenings provided

71

97

Parents provided with an initial assessment

See Story Map for Distribution of Home Visitation Services

First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


SUCCESS STORY Jurupa Unified School District As a home visitation program PCHP has a unique opportunity to see the needs of the families in their home. And as a department we can connect families to a variety of resources such as behavioral health, food distributions, clothing, and health services. While sharing this information with a PCHP family the parent expressed a mental health concern for an older child. Because we support the whole family unit, this family completed a referral and is now connected to counseling services for their older child. One common goal of our department is to inform families of all the different services we provide so that in times of need they have services centralized in one place that they already have community relationship with. PICOÂ was able to collaborate with the School Readiness Center and recruited HIPPY families from the Head Start and State Preschool Waitlist. This is a success not only for the program HIPPY to be able to capture a target audience so conveniently, but also for the children and families of Jurupa who would have been on a waitlist of over 300 children receiving no early childhood service at all. These families are now connected to early childhood education, parenting skills, developmental screenings, and other wrap around services provided at PICO. This collaboration was key in serving families in Jurupa with children of preschool age. First 5 Riverside Agency Progress Report Q2 FY 2018/2019


LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS CELS                    Consortium for Early Learning Services CAPP                    California Alternative Payment Program  CLASS                  Classroom Assessment Scoring System  CSPP                    California State Preschool Program C2AP                    CALWORKS Stage 2 C3AP                    CALWORKS Stage 3 DECA                    Devereux Early Childhood Assessment DTI/LDPP-IE       Dental Transformation Initiative/Local Dental Pilot Project                                     Inland Empire  ECE                       Early Childhood Education ECOHA                Early Childhood Oral Health Assessment EIEI                       Early Identification and Early Intervention ERS                       Environmental Rating Scale F5R                       First 5 Riverside            FCCH                   Family Child Care Homes HIPPY                  Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters HMG                    Help Me Grow IMPACT               Improve and Maximize Programs so All Children Thrive NAP SACC          Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care NFP                      Nurse-Family Partnership PICO                    Parent Involvement & Outreach  PCHP                   Parent-Child Home Program   PCIT                     Parent-Child Interaction Therapy  PQI                       Provider Quality Incentives QSRC                   Quality Start Riverside County RHAP                   Riverside Hybrid Alternative Payment Program RUHS                   Riverside University Health System  VDH                     Virtual Dental Home Website links are provided when available

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