Programs Funded by First 5 Yolo
No child should go through life with a disability that could be prevented through early intervention. CTC provides a multidisciplinary program of continuing physical, occupational and speech and language therapy for infants, toddlers, and children through adolescent age. They serve children and infants in a well-equipped center as well as in the home and in schools. CTC’s services are available to all children in our community regardless of their family’s ability to pay.
The Yolo County Children’s Alliance was established in 2002 by a resolution of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors as a way of addressing a number of community concerns that impact children and their families such as access to quality pediatric health care, childhood obesity, and child neglect and abuse. Their mission is to assess, coordinate and act to strengthen and support the continuum of prevention and intervention services and resources for children, youth and their families.
Yolo Crisis Nursery Child Care: Day and night, 365 days a year, we provide safe, temporary care for children up through age 5. We help parents manage emergencies, keep up with their jobs, learn a new job, get medical care, or just get a break. Our services are voluntary and free.
The Yolo County Library strives to bring diverse and dynamic programs and services to its many communities and residents through innovation, communication, engagement, collaboration and diversity, providing opportunities for everyone to read, grow, discover and interact with one another and the world at large. Libraries are located throughout our county in Davis, Yolo, West Sacramento, Winters, Esparto, Woodland, Knights Landing and Clarksburg.
UP4WS is a partnership among the City of West Sacramento, Washington Unified School District, First 5 Yolo, First 5 California, and Yolo County Office of Education. Our primary objective is to ensure high quality preschool opportunities, and high quality infant and toddler care are available for families of children from birth to five years of age in West Sacramento.
RISE, Inc. is a non-profit public benefit corporation serving the rural community to enhance the quality of life and opportunity for self-sufficiency.
Enhancement of the Arts – Ark Preschool: Provides arts programming to the classroom for children who are homeless or housing insecure in Woodland.
BOOST: Provides classroom support for preschool teachers in Winters to increase their capacity to provide all children—including those with special needs—with a strong start.
Family Hui: Peer-led parenting support networks in Knights Landing, Woodland, and Winters.
Family Violence Prevention Pilot: Yolo County District Attorney, Empower Yolo Center for Families, and other community partners have teamed up to create a “one-stop shop” for victims of family violence.