• Nurturing Parenting Classes are now offered  in a virtual setting!

    English and Spanish classes will be available individually and in groups.

    Call us for more Info and to register! 

    TYKES Program (909) 628-1201 ext. 8963/8962

     

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  •  Chino Valley TYKES Program 
     
     
    The TYKES program serves families with children, prenatal to age 5, who live in Chino, Chino Hills, and South Ontario. The program is made possible through the generous investment by First 5 San Bernardino. The focus of the program is to help parents build nurturing parenting skills while meeting the unique needs of our families. 

    To register for the TYKES Nurturing Parents parenting class, please visit the HOPE Family Resource Center located on the Chino Valley Adult School campus, 12970 Third Street in Chino. Families are welcome! If you have any questions or need assistance, please call (909) 628-1201, extension 8960.  Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Hablamos español.

     


  • First 5 San Bernardino

    First 5

     

    Child abuse and neglect can have deep and long-lasting effects on physical and emotional health throughout a persons's lifetime.   The Center for Disease Control estimates that the total lifetime financial costs associated with just one year of confirmed cases of child maltreatment in the United States is estimated to be $124 billion, and that the lifetime estimated cost for each surviving victim of child maltreatment is $210,012. First 5 San Bernardino invests in critical parent education services to ensure families are safe, healthy, and nurturing. Parents who completed the Nurturing Parents parenting program showed a statistically significant increase in knowledge and behaviors related to positive parenting practices that help protect against abuse and neglect. 


  • Services Offered
     
     
    • Fun & Fit

    Through a partnership with the YMCA, parents and children, 18 months through 5 years of age, are invited to participate in activities such as nutrition/fitness, arts and crafts, and song and dance. Classes are held Thursdays 10 am - 11 am at the Community Building - 5443 B Street, Chino. 

     
    • Case Management

    Friendly and bilingual case managers are available to help families connect to a number of community-based services and programs including child care, State Preschool, family counseling, food and clothing banks, medical care and much more!

     
    • Computer/Internet Use for Children and Parents

    The internet capable computers are available to use Monday through Friday. This website contains links below for children games/puzzles and resources for parents/families.