Antelope Valley Prevention Services
Black Infant Health
Within a culturally affirming environment and honoring the unique history of African-American women, the Black Infant Health Program aims to help women have healthy babies. Participants learn proven strategies to reduce stress and develop life skills. This is accomplished through a group-based approach with complementary case management. Weekly group sessions help women build social support, access their strengths, make positive choices and set health-promoting goals. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Best Start initiative is First 5 LA’s signature investment for partnering with community members — parents, residents and local organizations — to spark new, empowering and innovative approaches that improve the lives of children prenatal to age 5. With research revealing that families do better when they live in strong, supportive communities, Best Start provides the opportunity for parents, residents, organizations, non-profits, elected officials and other stakeholders to collaboratively improve neighborhoods so that young children can thrive and enter kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life.
Domestic Violence Support Services
The Domestic Violence Support Services (DVSS) Program helps survivors of domestic violence in achieving a network of safe supports so that they can overcome barriers to employment and become self-sufficient. This program offers a safe space to talk about their experience through ongoing counseling, connecting them to support groups, referrals, and legal assistance through case management. Los Angeles residents in the CalWORKs, GAIN, General Relief (GR) and/or General Relief Opportunities for Work (GROW) programs are eligible to participate in the DVSS Program. Complete our inquiry form to sign up. Contact us at DVSupport@all4kids.org or call 714-785-9526 for more information.
Healthy Families America
Families are referred to the Healthy Families America Home Visitation program through a community referral and/or outreach. Eligible participants must be pregnant or within three months of having given birth, screen positive for risk factors and have a positive Parent Survey assessment. The program offers weekly home visits that include a variety of support based on a family’s needs: child development, focused support on enhancing bonding and attachment by reading baby cues, depression screenings, developmental screenings, family / parent goal planning, referrals to community resources.