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Parental Education Resources

The Carolyn E. Wylie Center

A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION IN RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA – OFFERING INTERVENTION, EDUCATION, AND TREATMENT SERVICES FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES TO SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES.

Help Me Grow

Help Me Grow Inland Empire is committed to creating a community-driven early identification and intervention system that aligns and strengthens existing resources. Help Me Grow Inland Empire is part of Help Me Grow California and the national Help Me Grow movement. Across the country, all Help Me Grow initiatives work to:

Provide outreach and education about available community resources

Ensure all children with developmental delays are identified and linked to resources

Help families and professionals navigate resources and referrals through a central system

Collect and evaluate data to improve the system

First 5 Riverside

First 5 Riverside County, the Riverside County Children & Families Commission, is a department of the County of Riverside. The Commission is funded by tobacco taxes generated by Proposition 10 (California Children and Families Act), which passed in November 1998. The act created a system of programs that promote, support, and improve the early development of children from the prenatal stage to five years of age. First 5 Riverside County invests in partnerships that promote, support and enhance the health and early development of children, prenatal through age 5, their families and communities.

GANAS

GANAS is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization operating in the Coachella Valley in Southern California. Our focus is to help increase the quality of life of those in need of evidence-based interventions. GANAS currently does this by providing workshops, 1:1 consultations, and peer-support groups to parents. 


What makes us different? This organization was founded by two mothers of children with special needs. We at GANAS have the unique perspective of both the professional and the parent. In this view is how we can create a program that is both evidence-based and parent-friendly!

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