Together, we can transform lives and communities. Help us raise $5,000 for families in need.

Early childhood is the most critical phase of human development. Adverse early experiences have a lasting impact on individuals, and our society.

The Resilient Families Program at the CSUF Center for Healthy Neighborhoods provides intervention and prevention services to high-risk families throughout Orange County. Parents learn stress management and parent-child bonding techniques through interactive workshops led by students in advanced stages of Cal State Fullerton’s Child Development and Human Services program. Games, art, and books are used to teach children self-regulation, problem solving, attention control, and other cognitive skills in workshops designed especially for them. ¬†Material for at-home learning is provided throughout the six-week program.

Your gift of $150 will provide services for an entire family. A gift of $50 or more will help purchase critical program material, including books, games, and art supplies. All gifts, no matter their size, make a difference. Please donate online today.

In-kind donations are also welcome! Please contact RFP program directors Kate Bono or Melanie Horn-Mallers to donate:

 

Art Supplies

Yarn, finger paint, construction paper, washable markers, white boards, and other art material is used in workshops and take-home exercises.

 

Books

Angry Octopus, Sea Otter Cove, and I like it When in English and Spanish.

 

Games

Specialized board and card games teach RFP concepts in a fun and interactive manner.

 

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| Office Phone:  (714) 441-3401 | Fax: (714) 441-3402 | Email:  healthyneighborhoods@fullerton.edu |