Health and Well-being

Community & School Health

To decrease health disparities among low-income children by increasing the number of low-income children receiving preventive services and accessing needed medical and dental care.

Give Kids a Smile

Improve the oral health of low-income children by providing preventative dental treatment to uninsured and under-insured children in Sonoma County, 0-18 years of age. Also, to provide access to dental insurance and dental homes through referrals and case management.

School Smile Program

Decrease tooth decay among low-income children by increasing the number of low-income children receiving preventive services and accessing dental care.

Dental Days at WIC

Improve the oral health of low-income children by increasing access to dental services through WIC’s Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.

Southwest Family Resource Center

Through a Coordinated Services Team (CST) model, SWFRC involves teachers, counselors and family therapists to collectively solve problems and address student challenges together. This team possesses the expertise to address basic needs of families as well as improving more complex familial dynamics in order to improve the student’s academic success.