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About first 5 san joaquin the children and families commission

About First 5 San Joaquin

The Children and Families Commission


About first 5 san joaquin

About First 5 San Joaquin

  • Prop. 10 adds a 50-cents-per-pack tax on cigarettes

  • Children & Families Commission created by Proposition 10 in 1998

  • Funds are distributed from the state at the county level based on annual birth rates.

  • Specifically designed to aid families with children ages 0 to 5


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About First 5 San Joaquin

The Vision:

All San Joaquin County children will thrive in supportive, nurturing and loving environments, enter school healthy and ready to learn and become productive, well-adjusted members of society.


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About First 5 San Joaquin

First 5 Priority Areas:

  • Access to Child Care

  • Quality of Child Care

  • Literacy

  • Access to Prenatal Care

  • Access to a Medical Provider

  • Reduced Substance Abuse

  • Reduced Chronic Childhood Disease

  • Reduced Child Abuse/Domestic Violence


What major programs are funded

What Major Programs Are Funded?


How many receive services

How Many Receive Services?


First 5 accomplishments

First 5 Accomplishments

  • Since 2001, an average of 37,000 children, parents and providers have received services every year

  • Over 900 children have participated in First 5 funded preschools annually

  • In 2007-08, over 1,600 families participated in home visitation program

  • During fiscal years 2004-05 through 2007-08, over 1,300 stipends were awarded to encourage providers and teachers to increase their education


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First 5 Accomplishments

  • In 2007-08, 1,200 children ages 0-5 and 280 pregnant mothers were served through One-e-App, a web-based program that helps determine health insurance eligibility and provides application assistance

  • Over 4,100 children were screened for development disabilities in 2007-08

  • During the summer of 2008, over 2700 children participated in a kindergarten bridge program

  • Over 2,200 families participated in a literacy program in 2007-08


Return on investment preschool

Return on Investment (preschool)

  • A recent study calculated that California would gain at least $2.00 (and possibly more than $4.00) for every $1.00 invested in preschool

  • A 2007 study determined that a targeted preschoolprogram in California would begin to pay for itself within six years

  • Preschoolwould net substantial benefits by saving government spending on K-12 education, child welfare, and the criminal justice system, and by increasing tax revenues


Return on investment home visitation

Return on Investment (home visitation)

  • Studies show that children that have been abused and neglected have higher rates of juvenile delinquency, teen pregnancy, school failure, alcohol use and psychiatric illness

  • The Parents as Teachers curriculum is used in First 5 funded home visitation services with a per child funding investment of $4,300. It is estimated that if each of the $4 million children born annually in the U.S. participated in a PAT program, more than $17 billion in benefits could be realized


Return on investment health systems

Return on Investment (health systems)

  • First 5 serves as one of the few funding sources for uninsured children who don’t qualify for federal and state health insurance programs

  • A recent nine county study found that Healthy Kids decreases the chance of hospitalization for preventable diseases and manageable conditions by increasing access to primary care

  • The reduction in hospitalizations saves the State of California and federal government up to $7.3 million annually in hospital costs


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