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HEALTHY START offers comprehensive school-based support services for students and families, helping to ensure that all students have what they need to succeed in school each day. 2014-15 marked 20 years of the Healthy Start program. Healthy Start is a collaborative program working with organizations throughout the community. Over 30 partnering agencies are active with the Healthy Start Collaborative and Children’s Council.

Over 282 families and individuals received parenting education and support classes in partnership with Child Welfare Services, Lake Family Resource Center and Tribal Health.

CH ILD RE N ’S ORAL HE ALTH PROJE CT Screening and Sealant Clinics Case Management and Transportation Assistance Education

PE D ICU LOSIS AN TI -LICE

NU RTU RIN G FAM ILIE S

Head Checks

Drop-in and Weekly Parenting Classes

Home Visits

Over 200 food insecure families recieved nearly 20 pounds of free, nutritious food each week in partnership with North Coast Opportunities and the Hunger Task Force.

98 foster youth received mentoring, tutoring, college and career counseling, and transitionalsupport in partnership with Child Welfare Services.

Classes offered in English & Spanish at various sites & at correctional facility

FAM ILY PRO Family-driven, goal oriented support for families who need attention according to child welfare

FOSTE R YOU TH SE RV ICE S

BASIC NE E D S SU P P ORT

Tutoring and Transition Support Educational Advocacy Education Reviews Transition Services Capacity Building with LCAP Health & Education Passport

Food Backpack Program Hygiene, Clothing & Shoes

THE HUB is a centralized location that provides coordinated educational, health and social

supports for children and families while harnessing the power of Lake County to empower and enrich lives. The hubs provide coordinated medical referrals, dental services, transportation resources, food, clothing, housing support, counseling services, parenting support and education, and much more.

Upper Lake HUB 4,361 visits by students & community members 722 phone calls for services & referrals

HUB Facts Plans are underway to expand HUB services to other communities The goal is to have a HUB in everycommunity Partnership with “Way to Wellville”

Lower Lake HUB

Resources Informa�on

4,708 visits by students & community members 580 individuals joined in partner activities

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Annual Report 2014/15