Address

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932 W Cypress Avenue Redlands CA, 92373 

 

909-793-8822

​kidsfirst@buildingageneration.org   

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Any little thing helps to make our community a better place  Help our families in need to get back on their feet.

A percentage of what you spend at the above sites will be donated to Building A Generation!

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Our Programs

BOOST

BOOST is an early intervention program which targets a student's academic progress such as the attendance/truancy and homework completion. BOOST focuses on students at the elementary level who are at risk of failing school.  BOOST understands that the student's opportunity increases when working closely with the caregivers and teachers. 

The Parenting Support Program is an 16-week course provided to families with children between the ages 0-5. Our goal is to emphasize the importance of raising children in a warm, trusting and caring household.

We help Parents:

  • Learn techniques on how to manage their child's tantrums and aggressive behavior's

  • Learn how to teach and guide their children in a healthy and loving manner

  • Learn techniques on how to manage stress

  • Child Enrichment Classes will be offered for your children. 

 

Parenting Support 

Redlands Head Start 

15 N Center St

Redlands, 92373

Every Tuesday 

4:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. 

Mill Head Start 

503 E. Central Ave 

San Bernardino, 92408

Every Monday 

4:30 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. 

counseling

Building A Generation partners with a local counseling center, Spring to Autumn Counseling, to conduct community free counseling. Spring to Autumn Counseling provides their services to children and their families on- site at our four Family Resource Centers.

Our counseling services focuses on helping parents with children who:

  • are aggressive, hit, throw things and express great anger

  • have frequent tantrums or are unable to regulate their emotions

  • are defiant and have trouble following directions

  • have difficulty in school settings

  • Families who have experienced a crisis or loss

  • Adults can be seen for grief and loss, stress, or just for someone to talk to