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Description of Programs Listed Above
HIPPY: Is an evidenced-based program that works with families in the home to support parents in their critical role as their child’s first and most important teacher. The home-visiting program serves parents with children ages 3 through 5. Elko & Washoe County only at this time.
Parenting Education Opportunities: Continuing parenting education is a vital resource for raising competent, respectful, and successful children and teens. Our programs are designed to help parents establish a strong foundation of active communication, positive discipline, and support and encouragement with their children based on mutual respect, trust, and participation. Visit our webpage for an up-to-date list.
Redfield Academy: Provide credit recovery to students who are behind on regular school credits. Students work on the A+ program to get themselves back on track, return to their regular school, and to work towards their high school diploma.
Washoe YouthBuild: Low-income young people ages 18-24 work toward their GEDs or high school diplomas while learning job skills by building affordable housing for homeless and low-income people and participating in leadership development activities in their communities.
Case Management: A case manager will meet with the family to assess the family and connect the family with appropriate resources at The Children’s Cabinet or in the community. Case manager will maintain strength based case management and provide wraparound services.
Child Care Resource & Referral: Assistance with finding child care. Referrals to licensed child care providers are based on parent schedule, location, and type of care desired (i.e., center, family child care, group family child care, out-of-school time). Consultation is provided to help parents and guardians navigate the early learning system in Nevada.
Child Care Subsidy Assistance: Assistance with the cost of child care for children ages birth up to age 13 (up to age 19 for children with special needs). Families must be in a qualified activity (i.e., working) and must meet income limits to qualify.
Family Counseling: Short-term, strength-based model that assists families in improving their family communication and coping with difficulties as they arise.
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