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Current First 5 LA Investments

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A Chance to Play Together
When 10-year-old Taylor would go to the local park in Bellflower, she could only watch as her 8-year-old sister, Sadie, enjoyed herself on the swings...

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
PCIT works with parents and children together to improve the quality of the parent‐child relationship and to teach parents the skills necessary to...

It's Not Too Late to Give
For over a year, the pre-kindergarten students in Mr. Lopez’s classroom at Noble Avenue Elementary School in North Hills had been without...

A Brighter Future
Children’s smiles in Pasadena are about to get brighter. Funded in part by First 5 LA, a new pediatric dental clinic on Lincoln Avenue in...

More Public School Students are Homeless Than Ever Before
According to the latest data report from the National Center for Homeless Education, the number of homeless students enrolled in our nation’s...

Community Investments
Through Community Investments First 5 LA strives to increase the number of children in Los Angeles County, from prenatal through age 5, who are...

First 5 LA and St. Francis Medical Center Celebrate “Welcome Baby” Prenatal and Infant Care Program
LOS ANGELES------- A celebration for the "Welcome Baby" program at St. Francis Medical Center, launched in 2013 through an award of nearly $...

First 5 LA Receives “Pay for Success” Funding
First 5 LA and the Children and Families Commission of Orange County have received a $100,000 grant from California's Pay for Success Initiative...

A Hearty Welcome
More than 100 community leaders and elected officials gathered at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood on September 2 to celebrate Welcome Baby, a...

No More Eyesore
Of children ages 3 to 5, close to one in 20 has a problem that could result in permanent vision loss if left untreated. The American Academy of...

Nursing Improvements Could Boost Outcomes for Underweight Black Newborns
The health outcomes and quality of care for underweight black infants could greatly improve with more nurses on staff at hospitals with higher...

Bridging the Child Care Gap
First 5 LA will help preserve more than 3,200 child care slots at 11 nonprofit child development providers in Los Angeles County through an investment...

Access to Substance Abuse Services for High Risk Parents and Caregivers Project
Access to Substance Abuse Services (SA Access) is designed to prevent child abuse by addressing gaps in the current child welfare system. The three...

211 LA County
This information and referral service provides comprehensive warm line services for expectant parents and parents of children newborn through five...

Baby-Friendly Hospitals
The Baby-Friendly Hospital program is designed to increase the practice and duration of breastfeeding by improving policies and staff skills at...

Best Start
Where you grow up matters. It can determine if you have access to healthy food, safe places to play and quality medical and child care - and...

Black Infant Health
The Black Infant Health program aims to improve health among African American mothers and babies and to reduce cultural disparities by encouraging...

CARES Plus/ASPIRE Stipend Program
CARES Plus (Comprehensive Approaches to Raising Education Standards)/ASPIRE is a professional development program designed to increase the quality of...

Community Investments
Community Investment's role is to leverage fiscal and non-fiscal resources to maximize First 5 LA's investments through grantmaking, relationship...

Community Opportunities Fund
Community Opportunities Fund (COF) is designed to be responsive to the needs and creative ideas of organizations serving children from the prenatal...
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