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HEC Partners Directory

Area Agency on Aging of Lake and Mendocino County (AAA)

Plans, coordinates, and implements community-based support programs for seniors and their caregivers in Lake and Mendocino Counties.
A program of Lake County Department of Social Services.

Contact

P.O. Box 9000, 16170 Main Street, Unit D
Lower Lake, CA 95457
707-995-4680
aaa@dss.co.lake.ca.us
website

Primary Contact

Xuyen Ung
Staff Services Analyst
707-995-4652

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa (CCDSR)

We respond to Christ’s call to care for the most vulnerable, of all beliefs, and cultures, transforming lives and communities through dignity, hope, and love.

Contact
987 Airway Court
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
707-528-8712
website

Primary Contact
Saskea Van Donk
Program Manager
707-528-8712 x249

Easter Seals Bay Area (ESBA)

Easter Seals provides early child development support and intervention to infants and toddlers (birth to age 3) with developmental delays or who are at risk for delay.
Services include: Early Intervention; Child Find Linkages Grant through First 5 Lake; Developmental Screening, Observation, and Consultation; Transportation Stipend assistance to pregnant mothers and children birth to 20 years old; and Infant Massage Training for Parents.

Contact
1950 Parallel Dr.
Lakeport, CA 95453
707-263-3939
website

First 5 Lake County (F5L)

First 5 Lake’s mission, as stated in its Strategic Plan, is to inspire and promote healthy, safe, happy, and family-centered experiences for children 0-5 through partnerships with local families and service providers. Through its investments, First 5 Lake works to achieve its long-term vision that “Lake County’s children receive the best possible start in life and thrive.”

Contact
1950 Parallel Drive
Lakeport, CA 95453
707-263-6169
firstfivelake@sbcglobal.net
website

Primary Contact
Vicki L. Hays
Secretary II
Contract Manager

Lake County Behavioral Health (LCBH)

County Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Services. Mission statement: Providing welcoming and effective resources leading to recovery from addictions and/or mental illness.

Contact
6302 13th Avenue
Lucerne, CA 95458
707-274-9101
website

Lake County Breastfeeding Coalition
The LCBC was founded in October of 2013. We are a dedicated group that is removing barriers to breastfeeding. We provide breastfeeding support and education to local mom and our community. Our general purpose is to redefine breastfeeding as the norm, to bring awareness to breastfeeding, to provide breastfeeding education & resources, and to remove barriers to breastfeeding

Primary Contact
Angela Salazar
Breastfeeding Support Coordinator
707-263-85253 x104
Lake County Office of Education, Community and School Services (LCOE, Community and School Services)

LCOE,Office of Community and Schools Services Program: Our mission is to increase behavioral and educational outcomes for Lake Countys PreK-12 students. The program utilizes a multi-faceted approach of interventions and services focused on student well-being, school climate, parent engagement, and community service. The program offers school-based mental health services, tutoring, mentoring, volunteerism, as well as district/school capacity building to implement and sustain Positive Behavior Interventions & Support. The program also provides guidance to districts for emergency response, coordinates with other agencies during a large crisis, and coordinates the use of schools as public emergency shelters.

Contact
1152 S Main St.
Lakeport, CA 55453
707-263-8795 x261
website

Primary Contact
Robert Young
Director
707-263-8795 x240

Lake County Office of Education, Healthy Start (LCOE Health Start)

Lake County Office Of Education
Healthy Start is a collaboration of services and programs that focus on supporting academic success and building personal strengths for children, youth and families. Through a wide range of community based services, Healthy Start provides families with the support they need to enable their children to attend school healthy and ready to learn.

Addresses
5180 Konocti Road
Kelseyville, CA 95451

3350 Acacia St.
Clearlake, CA 95422

Phone
707-994-0669

Primary Contact
Ana Santana
Program Director
707-289-4110

Lake County Public Health, Emergency Prep (LCPH-EP)

The Lake County Public Health Emergency Preparedness program works in coordination with the County Health Officer, Area Coordinator for Fire, and local healthcare partners to ready the county for natural disaster and/or pandemic. Community outreach and education on preparedness is also an essential function of the unit.

Contact
922 Bevins Court
Lakeport, CA 5453
707-263-1090
website

Primary Contact
Kimberly Baldwin
Program Coordinator
707-349-7913

Lake County Social Services (LCDSS)

With efficiency, integrity and compassion, our mission is to promote social and economic self-reliance and protect those who are at risk.

Contact
15975 Anderson Ranch Parkway
Lower Lake, CA 95457
707-995-4200
website

Lake Family Resource Center (LFRC)

Lake Family Resource Center’s mission is to strengthen our community one family at a time by supporting Lake County in achieving safe, sustainable and healthy families and communities. We provide a number of programs that assists children and families including Domestic Violence Services, a Rape Crisis Center, Early Childhood Development Programs, Teen Parenting Programs, and Behavioral Health Services to name a few.

Contact
5350 Main Street
Kelseyville, CA 95451
707-279-0563
website

General Inquiries
Beth Berinti

Primary Contacts
Kimberly Gentle
Be Fresh Program Director
707-279-0563 x209

Teresa Stewart
CA PREP, Teen Parenting Program Manager
707-279-0563 x216 '

Lake Family Resource Center, Early Head Start (LFRC/EHS)

Early Head Start is a federally funded program that provides numerous services and resources to low income families with children 0-3 year of age and expectant mothers.

Contact
5335 Lakeshore Blvd
Kelseyville, CA 95451
707-279-0563
888-775-8336
website

Lakeview Health Center (MCHC)

Medical clinic offering medical, dental, pediatric and behavioral health services. We also offer HIV, women’s care and psychiatry care.

Contact
5350 Main Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
707-263-7725
website

Migrant Education Program

To work with students whose parents work in agriculture from ages 3 to 22 years old. Helping them to graduate and continue with higher education. Provide support services and supplemental programs in all the districts in Lake County that have ME students enrolled.

Contact
5081 Konocti Road, Room #14
Kelseyville, CA 95451
707-279-4152
website

Primary Contact
Shushan Vetzmadian
Instructional Program Specialist
707-279-4152

North Coast Opportunities, Inc. (NCO)

North Coast Opportunities, Inc. (NCO) is the Community Action Agency serving Lake and Mendocino Counties, as well as parts of Humboldt, Sonoma, Del Norte, and Solano Counties. NCO was established in 1968 as part of President Johnsons War on Poverty, with the mission of assisting low-income and disadvantaged people to become self-reliant. NCO provides a safety net of emergency assistance, employment, and training services for low-income individuals and families.

Addresses
413 N. State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

14832 Lakeshore Dr
Clearlake, CA 95422

850 Lakeport Blvd
Lakeport, CA 95453

Contact
707-467-3200
info@ncoinc.org
website

Primary Contacts
Traci Boyl
Volunteer Network
Housing Programs
707-263-4688 x121

Terre Logsdon
Lake County Farm to School Coordinator
707-994-4474 x127

Partnership Health Plan of California (PCH)

Helping the members and communities we serve be healthy. PHC is a non-profit community based health care organization that contracts with the State to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure Medi-Cal recipients have access to high-quality comprehensive cost-effective health care.

Contact
Main Office
4665 Business Center Drive
Fairfield, CA 94534-1675
800-863-4155
Additional offices in Santa Rosa, Redding, and Eureka
website

Primary Contact
Linda Bohn
Perinatal Program Coordinator
707-430-4829

Planned Parenthood Northern California (PPNorCal)

Provide reproductive health care and education to the communities of Lake County

Contact
14671 Olympic Dr.
Clearlake, CA 95422
800-230-PLAN (7526)
website

Primary Contact
Anne Rubin
Center Director
707-995-4635 x4620

St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake, Community Wellness (SHCL)

St. Helena Hospital, Clear Lake’s Community Wellness Strategy is designed to improve the health of Lake County individuals, families and communities by addressing the social determinants of health.
This work is at the heart of the Adventist Health mission and our commitment to support our entire community by promoting well-being and preventing disease. We envision Lake County as a place where all people can eat healthfully, live actively and be empowered to proactively seek health in their own lives and to make health-promoting changes in their neighborhoods.

Contact
15322 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 201
Clearlake, CA 95422
website

Primary Contact
Laurie Allen
Community Wellness Project Coordinator
774-995-5884

The Essential Public Information Center (EPI-Center)

We provide content services and inter-agency networking for locally self-funded public health and safety services, including production of weekly radio programs dedicated to public education and outreach for disaster recovery (“Team Lake County Hour”), disaster preparedness and emergency management (“What’s Next?”), both on Sundays from 2-4 pm; events and programs of interest to the adult population “Senior Moments”), Thursdays from 5-6 pm on Lake County Community Radio (KPFZ, 88.1 FM, http://kpfz.org/).

The Essential Public Information Center supports local non-profit organizations (Upper Lake Community Council; Lucerne Alpine Seniors, Inc.; Seigler Springs Community Redevelopment Association; Redbud Health Care District; Community Care; and community groups supporting a variety of public health and safety services throughout Lake County)

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Contact
9475-A Main Street
Upper Lake, CA 95485

Primary Contact
Betsy Cawn
Sole Proprietor
Principal Researcher/Author
Information Resource Manager
707-275-9376