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Children adolescence

Children & Adolescence

http://www.almcaffrey.com/?page_id=236

http://everychildhealthy.com/blog/healthy-lifestyle-for-children


Locations of our organizations

Locations of Our Organizations:

Local Government:

Whatcom County Juvenile Court Administration

311 Grand Ave # 501Bellingham, WA 98225-4038

Federal Government:

National School Lunch Program

3400 Hollywood Ave.

Bellingham WA 98225-1134

2020 Cornwall Ave.Bellingham, WA 98225-3698

State Government:

Department of Social and Health Services: Children’s Administration

1720 Ellis St, Suite #100

Bellingham, WA 98225

Non-Profit/Non-Governmental:

Rebound of Whatcom County

1405 North Forest StreetBellingham, WA 98225-4504

For-Profit:

A Child’s Life Learning Center

3210 Meridian StreetBellingham, WA 98225

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=213861915599855805442.0004b0693da4b43ddff39&msa=0&ll=48.776612,-122.497473&spn=0.032523,0.084543&mid=1320093349


National school lunch program

National School Lunch Program

Federal Government


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National School Lunch Program

  • 101,000 public and non profit private schools and residential child care institutions.

  • 31 million children are fed each school day.

  • In 1998, after school snacks were added to children participating in after school activities. 50% of students in after school activities qualify.

  • MISSION STATEMENT:

    • The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day

  • USDA( U.S. Department of Agriculture) funds program. Food and Nutrition Services.

  • Students must apply through school.


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National School Lunch Program

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Children with family incomes below 130% of the poverty level = FREE

  • Family incomes 130-185% of poverty line= Reduced Lunches $0.40

  • Must serve lunches that meet Federal requirements

    -30% of calories from fat and less 10% saturated fat

    -One third Recommended Dietary Allowances of protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Iron, Calcium and calories


Department of social and health services children s administration

Department of Social and Health Services: Children’s Administration

State Government


Dshs children administration

DSHS: Children Administration

Core Values:

  • Excellence in Service

  • Respect

  • Collaboration and partnership

  • Diversity

  • Accountability

Mission Statement:

  • To improve the safety and health of individuals, families, and communities by providing leadership and establishing and participating in partnerships.


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DSHS: Children Administration

  • History:

    • State Government Agency

    • 1970: Department of Social Health and Services created to unify social services

    • 1978: Congress passes Indian Child Welfare Act

  • Services/Programs:

    • Adoption Program

    • Indian Child Welfare Services

    • HOPE Centers and Responsible Living Skills Programs

    • Crisis & Secure Crisis Residential Centers

    • Family Reconciliation Services (FRS)

      • Family Preservation Services (FPS)

      • Intensive Family Preservation Services (IFPS)

Client Base:

  • Families

  • Children


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Adolescent Youth in Foster Care Services:

  • Independent Living Services

  • Transition to Independence Programs

  • Responsible Living Skills Program

  • Intensive Resource Services

  • Educational Advocacy Program

  • Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program

  • Foster Care to 21 Service

DSHS: Children Administration


Whatcom county juvenile court administration

Whatcom County Juvenile Court Administration

Local Government


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Whatcom County Juvenile Court Administration

We promote public safety and accountability by strengthening the bonds between youth and the community.  We provide opportunities for youth to interact with the community in positive ways, and teach youth skills to help them with daily interactions.  We believe that crime is an act against the victim and the community, and the offender is directly accountable to the victim, the community and themselves.  Through our programs, we are committed to enabling offenders to make amends to their victim and the community, and develop skills to help build self-confidence.

Purpose:


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Whatcom County Juvenile Court Administration

  • Programs:

    • Aggression Replacement Training

    • Community Links

    • Day Reporting

    • Functional Family Therapy

    • Service Learning

    • Work Crew

  • Client Base

    • Juveniles under 18 who have committed a crime

    • Non-offender cases such as truancy or at-risk youth

    • Child in need of services

  • Classes/Workshops:

    • Dealing with Conflict

    • Theft Class

    • Victim Offender Impact Competency Education (VOICE) Class


Rebound of whatcom county

http://reboundwc.org/

Rebound of Whatcom County

Bringing Hope & Healing

(Nonprofit)


Rebound of whatcom county bringing hope healing

Rebound of Whatcom County:Bringing Hope & Healing

Client Base:

  • Families

  • Kids

Mission Statement:

  • Rebound’s vision is that children and families in Whatcom County would thrive and succeed and be active recipients and contributors in a supportive community. We are committed to providing programs, relationships, and resources that create positive, sustained change.

Programs:

  • C.H.A.T.

  • On Track Parenting Enrichment

  • Compass

  • Flying Colors After Care Tutoring

  • Ray of Hope


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  • “At a critical time in their lives, when they require nurturing, some children experience violent acts of anger, sexual and emotional abuse. Their families are shattered by the effects of substance abuse, domestic violence, divorce, as well as the unresolved grief and poverty that accompany the reality the experience. “

  • Rebound operates with a mission to connect families, churches, and community.

  • Rebound deals with an at-risk population of children including many who have experienced repeated failure in social settings including school, day-care settings and social services.

Rebound of Whatcom County

Nonprofit


A child s life learning center

http://achildslifedaycare.com

A Child’s Life Learning Center

(For Profit)


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A Child’s Life Learning Center

Creating a community-oriented environment where children are respected, nurtured, encouraged, and valued

To provide a partnership with parents, offering support whenever needed and confidence that their child is receiving top childcare

We believe that God creates each child, and we realize the importance of building a relationship with their Creator as well as with peers, caregivers, and parents

Mission Statement:


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A Child’s Life Learning Center

  • Who They Serve:

    • Toddlers and young children

    • Their parents

    • Their caregivers

  • Primary Services:

    • Learning center

    • Preschool learning

    • Daycare services for toddlers

  • History:

    • Been in business for 8 years

    • A for-profit agency

http://achildslifedaycare.com


References

References:

A Child’s Life Learning Center. Retrieved from http://achildslifedaycare.com

Rebound of Whatcom County. (2009) Retrieved fromhttp://reboundwc.org

Washington State Department of Social and Health Service (n.d.). A history ofhuman services. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/history.shtml

Washington State Department of Social and Health Service (n.d.). About children’s. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/about/abStructure.asp

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. (n.d.). About us. Retrieved fromhttp://www.dshs.wa.gov/aboutus/


References1

References:

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. (n.d.). Adolescent

services.Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/services/srvAdlsFAQ.asp

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. (n.d.). Adoption.

Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/adopt/index.asp

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. (n.d.). DSHS strategic

plan-2011-2013. Retrieved from http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ppa/strategic.shtml

Washington State Department of Social and Health Services. (n.d.). Indian child

welfare services. Retrieved from

http://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/services/srvICW.asp


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