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PARENTING PROGRAMS & SUPPORTS

First 5 Yuba County support parenting classes, programs and peer support groups, to ensure parents and caregivers have access to developmentally appropriate practices and connections to community resources. 

Parenting Programs

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Positive Discipline is a  virtual parenting series facilitated by a Child Development Behavioral Consultant. Each week will address a new topic, such as:

  • The No Parent and the Yes Parent: Finding the Balance

  • Why We Sometimes Lose Our Cool: Brain Basics

  • I've Told Them a Thousand Times: Help Your Child Listen to Learn and Learn to Listen

Visit our Facebook to see the current schedule, and to register, or call 530-749-4040. Hablamos Espanol. 

Forteleza en Familia 

Serie de 4 talleres enfocodaos en los compartamientos y el desarollo de niños, con respuestas a tus preguntas.

Certficados de participacion. Libros para los niños.

Presentado Por: Thelma Amaya, MSW, PPSC, ATMHP
Si tuene preguntas llamenos 530-749-4991

First 5 Yuba Playgroups allow caregivers to gain hands-on experience with developmentally appropriate practices. These regularly scheduled groups:

  • support children's social development

  • ease the transition to school

  • improve overall health

  • provide social and health support to parents, knowledge sharing, and learning opportunities

To learn more about playgroups, visit our Play to Learn page. 

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  • Stepping with Baby: A weekly walking group for expecting parents, and those with a child ages 0-5.

    • Meets Fridays, March-October, from 9-10:30 am at POW/MIA Park in Edgewater.​

    • Call 530-749-4049 for information

  • Blue Shift Project of Yuba-Sutter: We can provide help to pregnant and parenting individuals who are experiencing symptoms of mood and anxiety disorders such as postpartum depression. We partner with families to develop support plans and coping strategies and connect with treatment providers and other resources if desired. If you would like to make a referral for yourself or someone you know, please visit findhelp.org to be connected with a local care navigator. 

  • Dad's Night Out: A space for fathers and father-figures, to gather together, enjoy a meal, engage in fun activities with their child, and build friendships with other dads. ​​

    • Check out our Facebook Events Page for more details.

    • Joins us at the Tri Counties Community Center, between 5-8:00pm, for one of the 2024 dates (Jan 16th, March 19th, and May 21st) 

    • Or call us at 530-749-4877 to learn more.  ​

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  • Father's Matter:  A 6-week series dedicated to fathers and father figures. Join us weekly to talk about:

    • Building resilience as a dad​

    • Creating connections with others

    • Connecting with support systems

    • Personal development and growth

    • Parenting and child development

  • Register here for the Spring Session (February 20th-March 12th)

  • Check out our Facebook Events page for upcoming dates.

  • Or call us at 530-749-4877 to learn more. 

First 5 Yuba County support parenting classes, programs and peer support groups, to ensure parents and caregivers have access to developmentally appropriate practices and connections to community resources. 

Parenting Programs

Hands.png

Positive Discipline is a  virtual parenting series facilitated by a Child Development Behavioral Consultant. Each week will address a new topic, such as:

  • The No Parent and the Yes Parent: Finding the Balance

  • Why We Sometimes Lose Our Cool: Brain Basics

  • I've Told Them a Thousand Times: Help Your Child Listen to Learn and Learn to Listen

Visit our Facebook to see the current schedule, and to register, or call 530-749-4040. Hablamos Espanol. 

Forteleza en Familia 

Serie de 4 talleres enfocodaos en los compartamientos y el desarollo de niños, con respuestas a tus preguntas.

Certficados de participacion. Libros para los niños.

Presentado Por: Thelma Amaya, MSW, PPSC, ATMHP
Si tuene preguntas llamenos 530-749-4991

First 5 Yuba Playgroups allow caregivers to gain hands-on experience with developmentally appropriate practices. These regularly scheduled groups:

  • support children's social development

  • ease the transition to school

  • improve overall health

  • provide social and health support to parents, knowledge sharing, and learning opportunities

To learn more about playgroups, visit our Play to Learn page. 

  • Stepping with Baby: A weekly walking group for expecting parents, and those with a child ages 0-5.

    • Meets Fridays, March-October, from 9-10:30 am at POW/MIA Park in Edgewater.​

    • Call 530-749-4049 for information

  • Blue Shift Project of Yuba-Sutter: We can provide help to pregnant and parenting individuals who are experiencing symptoms of mood and anxiety disorders such as postpartum depression. We partner with families to develop support plans and coping strategies and connect with treatment providers and other resources if desired. If you would like to make a referral for yourself or someone you know, please visit the Blue-Shift Project website to be connected with a local care navigator. 

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  • Virtual Classes for Families & Postpartum Support:  Monthly virtual classes, offered at no-cost to Yuba county families (use code "FIRST5YUBA"). Register at https://www.dancyperinatal.com/classes

    •  Topics such as:

      • ​​​After a Bad Birth: On the path of healing​
      • Anxious to Anchored

      • Big Emotions, Little Bodies

      • Partner Prep 101

  • Dad's Night Out: A space for fathers and father-figures, to gather together, enjoy a meal, engage in fun activities with their child, and build friendships with other dads. ​​

    • Check out our Facebook Events Page for more details.

    • Joins us at the Tri Counties Community Center, between 5-8:00pm, for one of the 2024 dates (Jan 16th, March 19th, and May 21st) 

    • Or call us at 530-749-4877 to learn more.  ​

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  • Father's Matter:  A 6-week series dedicated to fathers and father figures. Join us weekly to talk about:

    • Building resilience as a dad​

    • Creating connections with others

    • Connecting with support systems

    • Personal development and growth

    • Parenting and child development

  • Check out our Facebook Events page for upcoming dates.

  • Or call us at 530-749-4877 to learn more. 

Pareting Classes
Maternal Pregnant Supports
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For additional events, programs and resources visit our Virtual Bulletin Board

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