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Are Your Hospital’s Website Images Safe-Sleep Friendly?Top of Page

NICHQ National Institute for Children
"Considering that approximately 3,500 babies die annually due to sleep-related causes,promoting
consistent images and messaging about safe sleep is critical."
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Cerebral Palsy GroupTop of Page

"Our team of world-class doctors and healthcare professionals are here to provide you with the information you need. You can rest assured that we will provide high quality, medically-reviewed data on everything related to cerebral palsy as well as birth injury topics"
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Tuck Advancing Better SleepTop of Page

Sacramento Reduces Black Infant Deaths Through EducationTop of Page

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Talk. Read. Sing.Top of Page

Camp Fire InformationTop of Page

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Our hearts go out to all of those affected by the Camp Fire. If you are unsure of
what resources are available for children 0-5 and families please contact our office
at (530) 934-6885 and we can help. 
Click the link below for Action News Now that is offering complete coverage
with up to date information in regards to the fire.  #CaliforniaStrong  
Click the link below if you or a loved one are in need of housing due to the Camp Fire.
Click the link below for a list of resources available to evacuees.  
Below is an article that may be helpful for so many evacuees that may have traveled
through the smoke.
The Care, Cope, Connect resource, created by Sesame Street in Communities in
collaboration with the First 5 Association of California, helps parents cope with stress
and provide safety and security for their children.
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Quality Counts CaliforniaTop of Page

Adult Education FAFSATop of Page

For Parents or Students looking at attending college next year; the FAFSA form is now available for the 2019-2020 school year.  Funding may be limited so submit your form soon! Federal Student Aid Application
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First 5 California

Published on Mar 14, 2018
Learn more about the Quality Counts California website, with introduction from Camille Maben, Executive Director of First 5 California, and Sarah Neville-Morgan, Director of the Early Education and Support Division at California Department of Education. This website is "designed to help parents and grandparents and early learning teachers and caregivers and inform the public on quality learning and child care throughout California...when it comes to children, QUALITY COUNTS!"
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