OAKHURST – This is your opportunity to learn about the many services available to families in the mountain area.
The Inter-Agency Community Collaborative cordially invites everyone to a Family Festival and Resource Fair on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at The Oakhurst Community Park.
The Inter-Agency Community Collaborative is a group of county agencies and community organizations that have come together with the goal of promoting health and wellness services to the families of Eastern Madera County.
You’ll be able to learn what services are available to you and your family from nearly two dozen agencies and organizations:
- Madera Community Hospital
- Child Support
- Social Services
- Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church
- Badger Buddies
- VA Central California Healthcare systems
- Cal Fire
- Head Start
- Public Health
- a. Perinatal
- b. Snap
- c. Tobacco control
- MCSOS Early Start
- First 5
- Helping Hands Pregnancy and Parenting Center
- Big Brother Big Sisters
- Sierra Oakhurst Kiwanis
- California Highway Patrol
- Fresno Flats Historical Village
- Sierra Tel (free book give away)
- Sierra Historic Sites Association
- Soroptimists of the Sierras
- Nurture to Nurture
- Adventist Health
- Red Cross
“As service providers, we seek to create a better quality of life for families in our community by connecting people to resources,” say organizers.
The festival will be set up around a band and community area with live music by Rock Therapy, and hot dogs and chili dogs provided by Knights of Columbus Oakhurst Council. Services providers will have games and entertainment provided at each booth.