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Infant-Toddler Success

Family Leadership Institute

Health & Wellness

The Parent Project

For information on upcoming trainings please contact our office, and ask about any of our programs!

Parents as Partners

Family Engagement Leadership Development Office

1525 W. Highland Ave, San Bernardino CA, 92411

‍‍‍‍‍‍Phone: (909) 880-4057    Fax: (909) 880-6587

The partners highlighted in this w‍‍‍eb page are solely responsible for their services, events and products. SBCUSD does not explicitly or implicitly guarantee the services or products they provide.

Contact Information

Children's Resources, Inc.

Asian American‍‍‍ Resource Center (FREE)

Workshops and bill clinics will be provided to parents at the FEC to educate them about phone, gas, electric bills, and services. Services will be free of charge to all attendants and will allow attendants to receive assistance with their bills.

Contact

Stephanie Hernandez

1133 S. E St San Bernardino, CA 92408

909-383-0164

stephaniehernandez.aarc@gmail.com

College and Career Support - BeLeaders (FREE)

Will provide juniors and seniors school students an alternative way of seeking detailed information regarding career goals. Assistance in filling out FAFSA and /or student loans. Team works with families and students to determine their interest and to ensure that the services guide them every step of the way.

Contact

Cristal Williams

221 E. 18th St San Bernardino, CA 92404

909-246-5969

Email: beleaders.williams@yahoo.com

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Financial Classes - Primerica (FREE)

Workshops will provide knowledge on how to break out of the debt cycle, ways to improve their finances and assist families in making a financial plan to reach their goals.

Contact
Gabriel Rodriguez

41669 Date Street, Suite 200 Murrieta, CA 92562-7043

951-490-2016

grodsoffice@gmail.com

Nutrition Classes - University of California (Agriculture & Natural Resources) (FREE)

Present workshops through their extended Food and Nutrition Education Program to our District families covering food and nu‍‍‍trition.

Contact

Clara Wilshire

777 E. Rialto Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92415

909-387-2188

chwilshire@ucanr.edu

The Community Foundation

The Community Foundation provides the Infant-Toddler Success Parenting Project. The project is a research –based progra‍‍‍m designed to increase the school readiness of young children by raising parents’ ability to price early enrichment experiences, improving the quality of caregiving and teaching parents positive child guidance skills. Ages 0-3 years.

Contact

Erin Brinker

3700 Sixth Street, Suite 200 Riverside, CA 92501

951-241-7777

ebrinker@infanttoddlersuccess.org

Interpretation Services

‍‍‍Provide‍‍‍s interpretation services. Oral interpretation services from English to Spanish or Spanish to English on an as-needed basis.

Contact

Joanny Martinez

15890 Nuaimi Lane, Fontana, CA 92336

909-368-8039

anniedmartinez7@gmail.com

Parent Project

The ‍‍‍Parent Project is a 10-week course for parents of strong w‍‍‍illed out of control adolescents. The program teaches parents skills and tactics to deal with truancy, communication, defiant behavior, drug and alcohol issues and gang intervention. Purpose of the program is to guide children to be responsible for their actions and to be successful in school.

Contact

Manuel Baltierra

22821 Wren StGrand Terrace, CA 92313

909-264-3279

manuel.baltierra@gmail.com

Educational Achievement Services, Inc.

The FLI primary objective is to teach parents and caregivers the art and skill of family leadership in support of academic achievement and life success. We do this by using a practical, ten-step approach, based on an appropriate to all families, especially the Hispanic Culture.

Contact

Consuelo Martin

7528 Stray Horse Ave.Las Vegas, NV 89113

888-354-4747

Consuelo.e@easleadership.com‍‍‍

Financial Literacy - Black Ivy Financial Group

Black Ivy Financial Group is an experienced team of licensed professionals. We specialize in providing a series of financial literacy workshops for parents and students that incorporate the A-G requirements in Math, Language, History, and Critical Thinking. We introduce basic financial terms and offer workshops on budgeting, debt management, saving and investing, college plan‍‍‍ning and how to be a savvy consumer. Please contact us at admin@blackivyfg.com

Contact

Bridgett Myrell

Principal

Black Ivy Financial Group

admin@blackivyfg.com

10950 Arrow Route Suite 4532Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729