Child Development Behavioral Consultation Program
Yuba County Office of Educations’s Child Development Behavioral Consultation Program (CDBCP) offers families who are concerned about their child’s behavior, social skills or development the opportunity to chat and empower themselves with free professional advice. The CDBCP can further provide free intensive intervention for issues that may need more attention. The CDBCP supports not only families but child care providers, care givers and program providers with brief intervention and support, in addition to community behavioral workshops, and behavioral education for successful teen parenting. If you have questions about your child’s behavior, act early there are sometime simple activities that can help your child grow healthy. Call 530-749-4991 for more information.
Family Soup provides support services to families with young children with disabilities. The process it takes to access services for your child can prove to be difficult for most families. Family Soup can help you to bridge the communication gap by providing valuable resource and referral information, counseling, specialized training, workshops, support groups and referral services. Families are better equipped to navigate the special needs programs and support systems. Additionally, Family Soup provides sandtray therapy sessions for children 3-5 years old with special needs or disabilities. Call 530-751-1925 for more information.
Happy Tooth Mobile Clinic
The Happy Tooth Mobile Clinic serves the dental needs of children in the Marysville Unified School District. Full Service dentistry including: exams, x-rays, oral health assessments, cleanings, sealants, fillings, extractions, varnish, pulpotomies, crowns and carries assessment. Call 530-788-3578 for more information or click here to view the 2016/17 schedule.
Help Me Grow
Help Me Grow is a national framework that establishes a universal early surveillance, screening and detection system for all young children in Yuba County. The four major components are a centralized telephone access point, health care provider outreach, community outreach and data collection. Anyone can call Help Me Grow: parents, grandparents, child care providers, and community service organizations. A Help Me Grow Care Coordinator can answer questions and assist with accessing valuable community resources that help with the growth and development of young children. The coordinator will work with the caller to identify a child’s needs and refer them to a local agency. Services are tailored to each family and may include enrollment into a developmental screening program, coordination of community agency referrals, family navigation and more. For more information call 1-800-794-4067 or visit helpmegrowyubacounty.com.