Resources for parents.
In need of medical insurance? Check out www.mybenefitscalwin.org to see if you are eligible. Child Health and Disability Program is another program to assist children 0-19 that are not covered by Health insurance.
"Covered CA" partners
Bereavement Resources- This website is published by the Bereavement Network Resources of Sacramento, Inc. Their purpose is to promote effective healing from loss through education, information, referral and support.
Teenage Stress - How to recognize signs of stress and tips for stress management
Depression - Depression is a common problem during teenage years
Preventing Youth Suicide- Warning signs and Risk factors
Websites for Information on Teen Dating and Safety
Bullying - Bullying stops us from being who we want to be, and prevents us from expressing ourselves freely, and might even make us feel unsafe. If you are bullied, say something! If you are bullying, it’s not cool! (adapted from stopbullying.gov)
Tools You Need to Motivate, Teach, and Empower Girls - A web site created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on women's health, is a useful resource for girls and an important tool for you.
Email questions to Officer Tarabetz - email@example.com
Camp Hope. This camp is open for children 5-17 years old, who have experienced the recent death of a loved one and are coping with grief. Space is limited to register early. If you have questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lynn and Dan Hebert at (916)772-1400.
Equine Assisted Experiential girls therapy group (ages 12-16)- this group is for teen girls that are struggling with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, peer pressure, self esteem and anger control issues. Contact Shea Phinney, LMFT at (530) 401-2078 or by email email@example.com for dates and times.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Adolescent group (ages 11-17)- this one day a month group is designed for adolescents who have been involved in the juvenile system, probation, and are struggling with self esteem, anger control and substance abuse issues. Contact Shea Phinney, LMFT at (530) 401-2078 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for dates and times.
Parent Project- The Parent Project program has proven results for parents dealing with challenging Teenagers. Be prepared for your kid's teen years, learn how to improve school attendance and performance, prevent recognize or intervene in alcohol and drug use, address threats of violence or running awat, and learn effective communication skills. The cost is only $150 per family, however if funding is a challenge, funds are available to cover all or part of the cost, please ask upon registration. For more information or to register call 916.787.4357 or go to www.parentproject.com.