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First 5 Lake
15 Years of Service to Community
1999-2013
First 5 Lake: Timeline
• 1998: Proposition 10 was passed by California Voters providing
tobacco sales tax revenue, distributed to counties based on birth
rate, to support programs & services focused on the needs of
children prenatal-5 years old and their families.
• 1999-2000:
• Lake County Children & Families Commission established via
Ordinance 2452, as amended. Now known as First 5 Lake
Commission.
• Completed First 5 Lake Strategic Plan.
• Conducted first competitive proposal process for allocation of
funding.
• 1999-2013: On average, over $750,000 per year of funding was
provided through First 5 Lake to fund programs and services
related to child development, health and family functioning.
First 5 Lake:
Vision & Mission Statement
Vision Statement
• All Lake County
children will grow up
in safe, supportive and
healthy environments,
and enter school
healthy and ready to
learn.
Mission Statement
• First 5 Lake will inspire
and promote healthy
early childhood
development through
partnerships in our
community with
families and service
providers.
Circles of Impact from First 5 Lake
On average,
6,300 children,
parents,
and other
family members
per year
received services
through a First 5
Lake funded
program or
service in the last
fifteen years.
Children
prenatal-5
years old, their
Parents, and
other family
members
Circles of Impact from First 5 Lake
Each year,
8-10 programs run
by local non-profit
organizations
and public
agencies, along
with almost
400 Child Care
and Family
Service Providers,
received support,
training, and/or
resources over the
last 15 years.
Children prenatal-5
years, their Parents,
and other family
members
Service Providers &
Funded Agencies
Circles of
Impact from
First 5 Lake
An
estimated
$1.30 of
economic
activity was
created by
each $1 of
First 5
spending
in the
community.
Economic Impact and Community
Investment
: Over 15
years, aand
total of
Economic
Impact
$11.2MM has been invested in Lake
Community
County
through First Investment:
5
Over 15 years, a total of
$11.2MM has been invested
in Lake County through First 5.
Service Providers &
Funded Agencies
Children prenatal-5
years, their Parents,
and other family
members
Circles of
Impact
from First
5 Lake
Range of
funded
services
over last 15
years
Children
prenatal-5
years, their
Parents, and
other family
members
Circles of Impact from First 5 Lake
• More children have received developmental screening and
referrals early in life to ensure that they enter kindergarten
ready to learn.
• More children have received an oral health screening to
ensure that they are free of dental caries and pain in support
of good overall health, nutrition and school readiness.
• More children are able to grow up in safer, more supportive,
and healthier environments through parent/caregiver
outreach, education and support.
• More families with children prenatal-5 years old have access
to an integrated, collaborative and coordinated system of
services.
Current First 5 Lake
Commission Members & Staff
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Wally Holbrook, Co-Chair, Superintendent of Schools
Gloria Flaherty, Co-Chair, Director, Lake Family Resource Center
Jim Brown, Director, Department of Public Health
Carol Huchingson, Director, Department of Social Services
Jeff Smith, Supervisor-District 2
Susan Jen, Director, Health Leadership Network
Pam Klier, Kinder Teacher, Lakeport Elementary School
Ana Santana, LCOE Healthy Start-Highlands Campus
• Tom Jordan, Executive Director, First 5 Lake
• Vicki Hays, Executive Assistant, First 5 Lake
For Next Fifteen Years
• Thank you to all community members and
colleagues that have worked with First 5 Lake
to improve the lives of children and their
families over past 15 years.
• We will continue our efforts in Lake County
to build a “comprehensive, collaborative and
integrated system of care” for children
prenatal – 5 years old and their families as
envisioned by Proposition 10.
First 5 Lake
15 Years of Service to Community
1999-2013
1950 Parallel Drive Lakeport, CA 95453
707.263.6169
707.263.6171 fax
www.firstfivelake.org

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