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Training at First 5

Training at First 5 offers a variety of community based training and peer networking and support opportunities. Providers from all disciplines who serve children ages 0-5 and their families in Alameda County are welcome to attend training and networking opportunities at First 5. Continuing Education Units are provided for a nominal fee to registered nurses, licensed clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, licensed educational psychologists, and licensed professional clinical counselors at all qualified trainings through the Board of Registered Nursing and the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.  

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November FYI

Learn more about opportunities to engage with Alameda County Fathers Corps, check out the Diversity of Fatherhood Photo Bank, read about the inaugural Fatherhood Summit and view videos highlighting the Fathers Corps work.

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Opposing Resolution for the Immigration Zero-Tolerance Policy

First 5 Alameda County condemns the system and policy-induced trauma and retraumatization of children and their families crossing the U.S. border, many of whom have fled their countries due to severe poverty, rape, gang violence, and political persecution. First 5 Alameda County believes separating families, keeping children and families in detention centers, and destabilizing young children threatens their safety, development, and health. These human rights violations will have negative, long-lasting consequences for the overall health and well-being of children.  At their Commission meeting on June 21, 2018, the First 5 Alameda County Commission unanimously voted to adopt a resolution against family separation under the Presidential Administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy on individuals crossing the U.S. – Mexico border. 

The resolution can be found here