|First 5 Advisory Committee Meeting on May 18, 2021|
Due to the current COVID-19 events and mandates issued by Governor Newsom and the County of San Bernardino relating to public meetings and gatherings, the First 5 Advisory Committee Meeting scheduled for May 18, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. will be conducted via Zoom conferencing. See attached link in the posted agenda. Please click here to view agenda
|First 5 San Bernardino Commission Meeting for May 05, 2021|
Due to the current COVID-19 event and mandates issued by Governor Newsom and the County of San Bernardino relating to public meetings and gatherings, the First 5 San Bernardino Commission Meeting scheduled for May 05, 2021 at 3:30 p.m. will be conducted via Zoom conferencing. See attached link in the posted agenda.Click here to view agenda
|First 5 San Bernardino BACK TO SCHOOL BACKPACK & KINDER KIT DRIVE-THRU EVENT|
Event sponsored by the Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce-Inland Cities East Chapter and Youth Build Charter School Inland Empire.
Event Date: Saturday, August 28, 2021
Event Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Event Location: Youth Build Charter School (555 N. Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino CA)
FIRST 5 SAN BERNARDINO Kinder Kits will be given out along with a backpack and other free resource materials and books.
EARLY ARRIVAL IS SUGGESTED! Limited supply, kits and backpacks will be given out on a first come first serve basis.
Please Register by clicking on link in flyer: Click here to view flyer
COVID 19 Procedures:
Temperature Check upon Check-in for volunteers
Mandatory mask requirement
Hand Sanitizer at stations
Signage on social distancing
|First 5 San Bernardino MENTAL HEALTH WEBINAR|
"MAXED OUT on TOGETHERNESS"! "RE-ENERGIZING the PARENT-CHILD CONNECTION”.
JOIN US THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2021 from 9 AM to 12 NOON as we discuss mental health, children, and families in honor of mental health awareness month.
Dr. Rishi Parikh, from the County of San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health and Dr. Wendy Lee, Staff Analyst II, First 5 San Bernardino.
Michelle Parker, Inland Empire Safe Kids Coordinator and Scott McGrath, Deputy Director, First 5 San Bernardino.
Who Should Attend:
Child Care Providers
PLEASE REGISTER by clicking link on attached flyer to register for event:
Please click here to view flyer
|First 5 San Bernardino SUMMER SAFETY COMMUNITY AWARENESS VIRTUAL EVENT|
Please join us on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to noon for the First 5 San Bernardino Summer Safety Virtual Awareness event sponsored by Safe Kids Inland Empire. We will share safety tips and tools to keep kids safe in, around, and away from the home.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (all are invited)
*Bag of Books
*Adult Life Jackets
*30 CAR SEATS WILL BE GIVEN AWAY to the first 30 registered participants.
Car seat winners:
Car seats will be given to those that are qualified. You must watch a 5 minute installation video before you pickup your car seat. Winners will be contacted by our office to schedule a pickup date and time.
Participants must register! Link located on flyer. Please click here to view flyer
|Maternal Health Network of San Bernardino Survey request and CSU San Bernardino New Mother Survey|
We Need Your Help!
The Maternal Health Network of San Bernardino needs your support in collecting information from families across San Bernardino who are pregnant or who recently delivered a baby.
Also Cal State University San Bernardino approved a new parent study and they are looking for first-time moms with a baby to participate in a one-time hour long online survey.
Please click on the link to see the flyers. click to view flyer 1 click to view flyer 2
|Release of Request for Qualifications 20-02|First 5 San Bernardino is seeking qualifications from qualified firms to provide the Commission assistance in support the creation of a Home Visiting System (HVS) framework specific to San Bernardino County as identified in Request for Qualifications 20-02 Home Visiting System Consultant. Visit our Procurement page for more details.
|F5SB COVID-19 Resources|
F5SB COVID-19 RESOURCES.pdf Attached are resources for you and your family to access during this COVID-19 pandemic. Please stay safe and be well!
|Early Start Program from the CA Department of Developmental Services (DSS)|The Early Start program provides early intervention in a coordinated and family-centered environment which is critical for children to achieve the best possible developmental outcomes. If an infant or toddler has, or is suspected of having, a delay or disability, please contact the local regional center about possible Early Start services or call 1-800 515-BABY. Anyone can make a referral.
In an effort to increase public awareness and outreach, the following outreach materials have been attached below:
1. Early Start Healthcare Provider Brochure – An easy-to-read brochure that outlines the screening, referral and intake process. Click here to view Brochure
2. The Early Start Community Flyer – An informative flyer for families who may have a concern about their child’s development. Click here to view flyer
Early Start also has a variety of additional multilingual brochures, booklets, publications, and other free resources that are available for parents, professionals, and others.
For more information, visit the DSS Early Start Program website at https://www.dds.ca.gov/services/early-start/.
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