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Center-based crisis/respite childcare for families at risk of child abuse or neglect. Immediate child care services available in Stockton for families in need of childcare assistance to facilitate participation in and access to other resources (counseling, court appearances, classes, etc.). Short term child care services are also available at the Family Justice Center & the Superior Court for families accessing services at those locations.
Part-day, full day, center based programs for children 0-5 are available throughout San Joaquin County. Home Based programs for children 0-3 years old available throughout San Joaquin County.
State subsidized child care for children 0-5 years old are offered in locations throughout San Joaquin County.
Provide services to at-risk children ages 0-5 years old and their families, resulting in improved behaviors, parenting techniques and decreased need for intervention. Services provided to all students enrolled in a CAPC classroom.
FamilyWORKs is a home-based program which supports CalWORKs families with children ages 0-5. Available all over San Joaquin County, Home Visitors offer curriculum based visits in the home focusing on increased parent knowledge of early childhood, providing early detection of developmental delays & health issues and an increase in child school readiness. Home Visitors also provide families assistance with job interview skills, resume development, job application submission and access to child care. The CAPC offers an Early Childhood Consultant component that works alongside each Home Visitor and families to provide support by addressing behavioral health & developmental needs and to provide training opportunities on behavioral health & developmental needs.
ECE Director of Coaching & Home Based Support
Funded through First 5, Journey WORKs is a home visitation program working with pregnant and parenting mothers of children 0-5 who are CalWORKs Welfare to Work participants at risk or with a current issue of substance abuse and/or mental illness. Family Advocates will assist mothers in obtaining alcohol & drug treatment, mental health treatment, staying in recovery, and resolving complex problems related to substance abuse and/or mental health. Mothers will also be linked to community resources that will help build & maintain healthy, independent family lives so children are in safe, stable home environments & receiving appropriate health care. Using the Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP) Framework, visits will take place 3 times a month. This program covers all of San Joaquin County.
Parent Coaching Program Manager