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Looking for a great way to get involved? Click on one of the  links below! Interested in working with us? Check out our Employment Opportunities Love to give back to the community? Volunteer Applications are available Do you have special skills or qualifications that would make you a valuable addition to CNP’s board of directors? Board of Directors Application Check out our Events pages for other ways you can help!

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At Children’s Nurturing Project, our mission is to promote healthy parent-child relationships through support services and education. Children will develop socially, physically, and emotionally through nurturing and personal growth, leaving a legacy of hope for future generations. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the assistance of community-minded individuals just like you, we wouldn’t be able to serve the children of Solano County [...]

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Refer & Connect

Know a family in need? If you are concerned about your child’s development or have questions that require further assistance, please contact us via phone at (707) 422-0464 or via email at info@cnpkids.org.   If you are currently pregnant or recently just gave birth, please call us at (707) 422-0464 and ask for Rosana Aguilar regarding the Baby Coach program. You may also email her at raguilar@cnpkids.org   If you have a child between the ages 0-5 years old, please call us [...]

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Children’s Nurturing Project showing support for investments in children and families. Helping children survive and thrive so that they have the opportunity to grow up to be contributing citizens. Check out http://everychildmatters.org/national-activities/step-up-for-kids for more information. Also, check out the video below of Solano County Supervisor John Vasquez and Children’s Nurturing Project’s Executive Director Debbi Davis discussing Step Up for Kids Day 2014.

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Step Up for Kids Day 2014 Flyer

  Too many children: Live in poverty Are left alone after school Face hunger and homelessness Lack quality health care Have no early learning opportunities Suffer from abuse and neglect WE NEED TO CHANGE THAT. Join us today, September 23 at the Board of Supervisors from 9AM to 10AM. There will be various representatives and our Executive Director, Debbi Davis will be there to speak as well. Strong kids = Strong America

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“Treatment at the earliest age when signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) appear – sometimes in infants as young as 6 months old – significantly reduces symptoms so that, by age 3, most who received the therapy had neither ASD nor developmental delay, a UC Davis MIND Institute research study has found.” Read more here: http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/publish/news/newsroom/9182

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