• 04 NOV 18
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    Funding continues between The Mom & Dad Project and San Manuel

    Funding continues between The Mom & Dad Project and San Manuel

    BIG BEAR, CA October, 2018- Bear Valley Community Healthcare District’s Mom & Dad Project an industry leading parent education and resource center received an additional grant from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in the amount of 39,500.00.

    The goal of this funding is to expand and enhance the program’s free parenting education classes and activities. The project will be headed by Jeff Tunnell, Father Engagement Coordinator at BVCHD’s Mom & Dad Project, who also authored the grant to San Manuel on behalf of The Mom & Dad Project.

    Jeff Tunnell stated “San Manuel Band of Mission Indians’ Charitable Giving Program has, once again, come alongside our mission to provide parenting education and resources to the families of Big Bear Valley, San Manuel’s recent grant award to The Mom & Dad Project will solidify and expand our parenting classes for Parenting Styles, The Dad Project and A Few of My Favorite Things being offered in 2018-2019.  We are grateful and proud to be partnering with San Manuel for the next year of resourcing our community.”

    The BVCHD Mom & Dad Project parenting education and resource center was established in 2001 to meet an unmet need for parenting education and linkage and referrals for parents and caregivers in the Big Bear area. BVCHD’s Mom & Dad Project’s primary goal is to reduce children’s exposure to toxic stress. Through the Nurturing Parent Programs The Mom & Dad Project classes reduce and or prevent child abuse and neglect which in turn leads to better health outcomes for children and healthier communities overall. Research has shown that for families to be safe, healthy and thriving, parents must have a healthy understanding of appropriate discipline, children must have a regular medical and dental home, and families need to be able to meet their most basic needs. BVCHD’s Mom & Dad Project is able to provide these needed services to families in Big Bear through parenting education, resources and referrals, linkage to our family health clinic and dental clinic, as well as intensive case management.

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